These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
We called ahead for a room. They are not on Booking.com. I’m so glad we did our room was charming. I enjoyed a luxurious barn in the fine tub. Good water pressure and plenty of hot water.
Dinner was superb: in the top three of our visit of 23 days so far on the Camino. (The competition was top restaurants in Pamplona and Logrono.) We could hear the chef, Lio, singing in the kitchen as he prepared our meal. It was great.
The boss, his wife, has fine English which she used to help us forward a bag and to point out interesting sites in town. We visited a city park with a Roman road exhibit. Do not miss this! We also soaked our weary feet in a “spring.” The 20 plus stone seating is in a cute building about two blocks from the hotel.
What a wonderful oasis. Gemma and Lio are wonderful hosts. The room was really comfortable and the evening meal, albeit a pilgrim menu, excellently prepared with care and a little outrageous singing by Lio made for possibly our best evening of the journey to date
I got here with a swelling leg after a long day. There's no pharmacy in this little town with 80 residents but there's a super cooling underground water pool to soak my feet. This natural healer is truly a gift from God! Both Gemma and Leo were wonderful hosts. They run this lovely place in their Camino spirits. I had a really good rest to allow my leg to heal. After some 18 days on the Camino, I suffered burnt out physically and mentally but now I feel renewed!