→ 10.10 → Bercianos del Real Camino → 7.50km → El Burgo Ranero

Altitude
855
To end of camino
350.60
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Medical Center
Yes

The name of the town tells us that the original inhabitants came from the Bierzo area, and that it is situated along the Camino Real, or Royal Camino. This designation has nothing at all to do with royalty but is rather a term given to primary roads that met a certain metric for size; much like versions of our modern day National highways.

The Iglesia de San Salvador contains a sculpture of St. John the Baptist. The original church tower very nearly lasted into the 21st c., but not quite. The replacement is an uninspiring steel bell tower.

Accommodation in Bercianos del Real Camino
Parochial
Hostal

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We stayed at Santa Clara overnight and had a good stay. And the cafe was open at 6. Warm croissants and fresh made tortilla in addition to cafe con leche.

We’ll worth the stop even for those in town on their way out.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Bar hostal Santa Clara was open by 7am on a Saturday. Good strong coffee and a lovely courtyard- it’s external appearance is deceptively dull.

michael

This was the only place open in Bercianos today (8 July ‘20). It’s not listed in this app but it’s clean, modern, welcoming and has a full menu. Individual, en-suite bedrooms cost 30€ and it lies just slightly off the Camino at the end of town (on the left). There are signposts leading to it.
Great coffee, bocadillo and WiFi. I recommend it.

michael

The Bar/Restaurant El Suave on the end of Bercianos is open

michael

My comment above (8 July ‘20) refers to El Sueve Bar, Restaurant, Hostal.

michael

Great place to stay; clean, prIvate and excellent customer service.first place you see entering town.no need to go further