6.00km → Carrión de los Condes → 17.00km → Calzadilla de la Cueza
To end of camino: 

The Café Bar España serves as the local bus stop, should you find yourself in need of motorized transport inquire at the bar for schedules.


CAUTION - When leaving Carrión de los Condes it is extremely important to stock up on water. 17km separate it from Calzadilla de la Cueza, with little protection from the sun or wind. In recent years, a roadside kiosk has sprung up at the halfway point, but there are no guarantees that it will be open. 


In most parts of the Catholic world San Zoilo is celebrated on the 27th of June but not in Carrión where he is the Patron Saint. Instead it is a movable feast celebrated in August;  specifically on the Monday following the second to last weekend of the month. The celebration for that day starts 5 days earlier, on Friday and it continues into Tuesday.

Nuestra Señora de Belén is celebrated on the 8th of September.

Thursdays are market days.


Carrión de los Condes has a rich and prosperous, to say nothing of colorful, history. Located at the intersection of the Pilgrimage road and the río Carrión it attracted merchants and a sizable population. Charlemagne is reported to have used the fields along the river as an encampment on his quest to control the pilgrimage route. Over a dozen pilgrim hospices once called Carrión home, and to this day you will find that many of the albergues are under the care of one religious order or another, the nuns of Santa María are known to sing to pilgrims.


Medical Center: 
José Antonio Giron 18, 34120, Mon-Fri: 0830-1430 & Sat: 0930-1300, 979 880 345
Photo of Carrión de los Condes on the Camino de Santiago
Photo of Carrión de los Condes on the Camino de Santiago
Photo of Carrión de los Condes on the Camino de Santiago

Accommodation in Carrión de los Condes


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

There are now 2 places to have a bocadilio ore coffee, 500 meters between. 1 place looks most hygienic.

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

Okay stay at Santa Maria - the nuns were there and did sing. Friends reported the communal dinner was v nice. Dorms stuffy and minimal plug points. Bathrooms okay but not many showers for the number of pilgrims.

Nice town to explore - great hamburgers at La Cerve for a bargain €3.50.

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

I was surprised how much life was here! Lots of cafes and stores. Would make a good stop

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

Really great pilgrim store here- they have everything! If you’re in need of something, try to make it to Carrion for the good prices and the good supply of items.