17.00km → Calzadilla de la Cueza → 6.20km → Ledigos
To end of camino: 

Calzadilla’s Iglesia de San Martín, possibly the least visited church along the camino, has a generous display of crosses of Santiago.

The Road: 

The camino between here and Ledigos, a distance of 6.2km, has several detours. A large stone marker at the edge of town indicates the possible routes ahead. These variations will take you further into the hillside and away from the road. Most merge shortly before entering Ledigos, but the one that keeps farthest to the left/west (known as the Palomares Route because of the number of dovecotes along the way) bypasses both Ledigo and Teradilllos and is the shortest route to Moratinos.


Photo of Calzadilla de la Cueza on the Camino de Santiago

Accommodation in Calzadilla de la Cueza


Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Last year I stayed in the municipal Alberque, which was one of the nicer Municipals. This year, of course they are closed so we decided to stay in the Hostel Real Camino. The room was ckean and beds comfortable and the bar downstairs serves very reasonable priced drinks but the top marks go to the staff and food. Truly some of the most delicious food ive had on the Camino. The staff can not be more helpful and hand on heart i can say, great place to stay..

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

We took the Palomares Route but if we hadn’t been tracking ourselves on this app we would have been lost, NO markings however it was so WORTH it! You don’t feel like it’s shorter at all until after Ledigos. Peaceful freedom in the hillside, wow take the alt but check on this app to make sure not to get lost!