This albergue is the first you come across at the entrance to town. It is run by the order of the Madres Clarisas and is part of their Monastery.
If you prefer to hang out late in the morning this albergue is not for you, expect to be shuffled out before 8am.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
The owner is rude, arrogant and disrespectful. We booked 2 beds three days in advance. The owner said we needed to be there by 3pm. We arrived at 2pm and told him we had a reservation. He checked his book, confirmed that our names were there, then told us the albergue was full, and the beds we reserved were already occupied. We showed him our names in his reservation book. He just shrugged his shoulders and told us to leave! Rude, arrogant, and disrespectful.
Although I did not stay here it was open on August 6th
Currently staying here. We got lucky with single beds in a room for three! It's basic, the layout feels cramped. It was €8.
I took a single room here last year, for some well deserved rest. The room was compact and clean, had a private bathroom and was lovely and quiet.
Not 5, making it less attractive. No wifi as stated.
Make sure you don’t miss pilgrim mass in this town !! Run by the other set of mothers.
Very basic facility and definitely not cute. One stressed man shows you around. The other one in town is much nicer facility with a court yard, big kitchen etc. stay elsewhere if possible - fine if you can’t. Double room very basic and unattractive.