Nice Terrace and bar available in the underneath, centuries old cellar
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Very well run Albergue. Most people will love the food. No kchen for guests to use.
This albergue was unique in that dinner is served punctually to all. What a great ambiance. Rooms we clean but tight and there were nice showers. Highly recommend!
I was there April 7th and it was closed. I heard there are new owners
We loved this hostel, the lady of the house was very kind & a great cook, we had the pilgrim dinner it was fab, we were a large group (17) this didn’t faze her at all, it looked like a lovely village unfortunately due to an almighty storm the night we were there we didn’t get to explore
Great place to stop. It was Hot during the day but the hilltop location really catches the breeze and cooled the town off. Great food and vegetarian friendly.
Staying here was the highlight of our Camino to date. The hospitalero is very friendly and helpful, the dinner was wonderful and the place is clean , comfortable and atmospheric.
Paid 25.50 euros for bed, dinner and breakfast. Dinner was served in a cave like area around the corner from the place you sleep. Really good food and nice place. Bunks were comfortable and the bathroom were clean with hot water. While waiting for the place to open, I witness the church community celebrating the feast day of planting. The church is right across from the albergue.
Loved the city and the albergue. Dinner was in an enchanting cave. Hosts were kind and helpful. My favorite place so far.
Good facilities, good communal dinner, great atmosphere and attitude. Church is right next to Albergue and bells ring every 15 min all night. Lovely church. If you want to go to mass, ask about time. Both the supper and the mass were at 7 pm.