2.10km → Campanilla
To Santiago: 
61.60
Altitude: 
482

Accommodation in Casanova

Xunta

1

Albergue de Mato
Xunta

20
8€
Private

2

Albergue Turístico A Bolboreta
Private
Vilar de Remonde

8
13*€
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0.80km → Coto
To Santiago: 
59.50
Altitude: 
467
0.60km → Leboreiro
To Santiago: 
58.70
Altitude: 
478

With several bars and one casa rural, Coto sits along a small stretch of the old road.

Accommodation in Coto

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3.90km → Furelos
To Santiago: 
58.10
Altitude: 
449

Leboreiro is one of the more charming hamlets along this stretch of road. It is sparsely populated but well maintained. The small Romanesque Iglesia de Santa María de las Nieves has a nice tympanum. Also of note is the first cabaceiro, a small woven structure with a thatched...

History: 

The church is also surrounded by legend. It is a familiar one, retold in similar churches and capillas all across Europe. It is the ‘legend of the Virgin that moves in the night’. It tells of a mysterious spring that emerged suddenly and which glowed at night. In their search for the source of...

1.50km → Melide
To Santiago: 
54.20
Altitude: 
418

In addition to the Iglesia de San Juan, with its uncommon crucifix, Furelos has a bridge and a bar. Both are impressive, the former for dating back to the Romans, and the latter for the tortillas.

History: 

The village and its pilgrims hospice were under the ownership of the Hospitallers of San Juan in the 12th century. The Iglesia de San Juan is worth visiting for its quite interesting crucifix which depicts Jesus not with his hands outstretched to his sides, but rather with one hand...

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5.80km → Boente
To Santiago: 
52.70
Altitude: 
455

Although it has been on the menu as far back as O Cebreiro, Pulpo (octopus) doesn’t seem to garnish much attention until Melide. Despite its apparent disconnect with the sea, Melide’s thriving Thursday market meant that shipping pulpo was a profitable enterprise. It is...

History: 

Melide is an ancient settlement and despite its importance as a natural crossroad since Neolithic times, it has never been protected by a wall. In Medieval times the overwhelming bulk of the town industries were tied to the camino. This is evident today in the way the town is shaped;...

The Road: 

The traffic through Melide can be dangerous, particularly on market days when booths line the crowded streets and the arrows through town become difficult to spot. Simply follow along with the main road to the first roundabout. If you have not yet crossed the main road do so at the...

Accommodation in Melide

Xunta

1

Albergue de Melide
Xunta
San Antonio, 25

156
8€
Private

2

Albergue Melide
Private
Lugo, 92

57
10€
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3

Albergue O Candil
Private
Principal, 21

12
15*€
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4

Albergue O Apalpador II
Private
Cantón de San Roque, 9

32
10€
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5

Albergue O Apalpador
Private
San Antonio, 23

30
10€
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6

Albergue Alfonso II
Private
Toques y Friol, 52-54

34
10€
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7

Albergue Vilela
Private
San Antonio, 2

28
10€
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8

Albergue Pereiro
Private
Progreso, 43

40
6/10€
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9

Albergue Arraigos
Private
Cantón San Roque, 9

20
10€
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10

Albergue San Antón
Private
San Antonio, 6

36
10-12€
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11

Albergue O Cruceiro
Private
Ronda de A Coruña, 2

72
10€
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12

Albergue Montoto
Private
Codeseira, 31

50
12€
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Casa Rural

13

B&B A Lúa do Camiño
Casa Rural
Circunvalación - Campo da Feira

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Pension

14

Pensión Berenguela ⭑⭑
Pension
San Roque, 2

15

Pensión El Molino ⭑
Pension
Castro, 23

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16

Pensión Xaneiro ⭑
Pension
La Habana, 43

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Hotel

17

Hotel Sony
Hotel
Santiago

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18

Hotel Pousada Chiquitín
Hotel
San Antón, 18

16
30-70€
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19

Hotel Carlos 96 ⭑
Hotel
Lugo, 119

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To Santiago: 
49.40
Altitude: 
450
To Santiago: 
47.20
Altitude: 
415
2.80km → Castañeda
To Santiago: 
46.90
Altitude: 
390

The first building in Boente on your left is the Bar de los Alemanes, and this is the best bar in town. Further down the hill, the camino crosses the main road (caution) where two albergues and a few bars are located.

You can get a sello in the Iglesia de Santiago de Boente...

The Road: 

Walking past the church the camino turns right and descends more. The hills ahead are steep in both directions, take it easy.

Accommodation in Boente

Private

1

Fuente Saleta
Private

22
12€
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2

Albergue Boente
Private
En frente de la Iglesia

40
10-12€
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3

Albergue El Alemán
Private

40
12€
To Santiago: 
44.10
Altitude: 
380
History: 

It is said that the ovens that produced lime for the construction of the Cathedral were here in Castañeda. Pilgrims carried the raw materials here from Triacastela and swapped it for lime which they carried to Santiago.

The Road: 

It is uphill once more, followed by a steady descent into the valley below, steep at points.

Accommodation in Castañeda

Private

1

Albergue Santiago
Private

6
11€
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To Santiago: 
41.60
Altitude: 
305

A bar near the river with a large patio for celebrating a successful walk. The river here is quite cold and the perfect place to dip your feet.

The Road: 

The camino to Arzúa begins with a steady walk uphill. By the time you reach the road it levels out and the remaining kilometers are flat into town.

Accommodation in Ribadiso da Baixo

Municipal

1

Albergue de Ribadiso da Baixo
Municipal
Ribadiso de Baixo

70
8€
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Private

2

Albergue Los Caminantes
Private
Ribadiso de Baixo

56
10€
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2.30km → Arzúa
To Santiago: 
40.80
Altitude: 
350

There is now an albergue in the upper part of Ribadiso. It is located at the top of the climb and before you get to Arzua. The albergue here is bookable online.

Accommodation in Ribadiso da Carretera

Private

1

Albergue Milpes
Private
Ribadiso, 7

24
10€
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2.30km → Pregontoño
To Santiago: 
38.50
Altitude: 
385

Arzúa is a pleasant town with almost enough beds for pilgrims. If you find everything to be full and don’t feel like splurging on one of the many hotels in the area, the Polideportivo (sports hall) is often used to house pilgrims. Between here and O Pedrouzo lie a string of...

History: 

Tetilla Cheese: You might have seen this curiously shaped cheese in the shop windows. If you made a connection between the name and the shape you are not mistaken. It was shaped this way by cheese makers in protest to the bishop of Santiago. At the time the Portico de la Gloria (Master...

Fiesta: 

Famous for its cheese, Arzúa hosts an annual (and three day long) Festival of Cheese in March. They have been doing so for 40 years. Apart from this and several other secular celbrations, Arzúa celebrates Corpus Christi, as well as Nuestra Señora del Carmen, who is celebrated on the 16th of July.

The Road: 

The camino leaves Arzúa along a footpath, NOT the road. If you arrived at the main square, walk past the church (with your back to the road) and turn right onto the side street. The terrain is pleasant, a blend of trails and paved roads through small towns and lots of forests. There are a...

Accommodation in Arzúa

Xunta

1

Albergue de Arzúa
Xunta
Cima de Lugar, 6

46
8€
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Private

2

Albergue da Fonte
Private
Carme, 18

20
10-12€
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3

Albergue O Santo
Private
Xosé Neira Vilas, 4

22
12€
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4

Albergue Santiago Apóstol (Arzúa)
Private
Lugo, 107

72
10-12€

5

Albergue San Francisco
Private
Carmen, 7

28
14€
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6

Albergue Ultreia
Private
Lugo, 126

38
10€
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7

Albergue Los Caminantes
Private
Santiago, 14

28
10€

8

Albergue Via Lactea
Private
José Antonio, 26

120
10-12€
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9

The Way Hostel Arzúa
Private
Cima do Lugar, 28

40
10-17€
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10

De Camino Albergue
Private
Lugo, 118

46
10-12€
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11

Albergue Don Quijote
Private
Lugo, 130

50
10€
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12

Casa del Peregrino
Private
Cima de Lugar, 7

14
10-12€
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13

O Albergue de Selmo
Private
Lugo, 133

50
10-12€
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Pension

14

Pensión Mesón do Peregrino
Pension
Ramón Franco, 7

15

Pensión Cima do Lugar
Pension
Cima do Lugar, 22

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16

Pensión Rúa ⭑⭑
Pension
Lugo, 130

17

Pensión Casa Teodora ⭑⭑
Pension
Lugo, 38

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Hotel

18

Hotel Suiza ⭑⭑
Hotel
Vello

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19

La Casona de Nené
Hotel
Padre Pardo, 24

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20

Pazo Santa María
Hotel
O Pazo

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To Santiago: 
36.20
Altitude: 
340

Accommodation in Pregontoño

Private

1

Albergue Camiño das Ocas
Private

30
12€
To Santiago: 
32.50
Altitude: 
385
1.40km → Boavista
To Santiago: 
30.80
Altitude: 
345

Accommodation in Calle - O Outeiro

Private

1

Albergue A Ponte de Ferreiros
Private
A Ponte de Ferreiros, 1

30
13€
Casa Rural

2

Casa Rural do Horreo
Casa Rural
Calle, 6

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1.80km → Salceda
To Santiago: 
29.40
Altitude: 
380
2.60km → Brea
To Santiago: 
27.60
Altitude: 
365

There is a pair of bars in Salceda, and a restaurant (La Esquipa) that is thick with pilgrims every day but Monday when it is closed.

Notice: 

The camino rejoins the road in Salceda, and while it does not walk on the road it does remain quite close. In fact, the camino crosses the road several times between here and Santiago. The speed of traffic, the curves in the road, and the abundance of pilgrims makes this the most...

The Road: 

The camino leaves town to the right of a wedge shaped park next to La Esquipa, not along the road.

Accommodation in Salceda

Private

1

Albergue Turistico de Salceda
Private
Calzada

8 in albergue 28 in pension
13€
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2

El Albergue de Boni
Private
N-547, km 75.5

30
12€

3

Albergue Alborada
Private
N-547

10
12€
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1.60km → Empalme
To Santiago: 
25.00
Altitude: 
370

Accommodation in Brea

Private

1

Albergue El Chalet
Private
A Brea, 5

14
12€
Pension

2

Mar de Frisia
Pension
A Brea, 36

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1.00km → Santa Irene
To Santiago: 
23.40
Altitude: 
405

Several roadside bars that cater to trucker and pilgrim alike.

Notice: 

CAUTION crossing the road, dangerous intersection. 

The Road: 

The camino crosses the main road at the highest point in the road, there is no marked crosswalk and the arrows on the other side of the road are often obscured by parked cars. You may see pilgrims continuing along the road but are advised against following them as the camino returns to the trail...

Accommodation in Empalme

Private

1

Albergue Andaina
Private

14
10€

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