We found Bar Aira do Camino to be one of the best on the Camino. A great selection of food, friendly and efficient staff and an abundance of outdoor seating in very pleasant surrounds.
Enjoyed the Galician soup of beans and vegetables here. It had been so long since I had leafy greens and it was delicious!
I’m so glad I stopped here instead of forcing myself in to Triacastela. This is a nice, clean albergue run by kind people. The kitchen is small but I recommend eating at the restaurant next door anyway. Really good home made food at reasonable prices. The bathroom is mixed gender if that’s a consideration for you. The shower stalls had plenty of room to dress so it wasn’t a problem for me. I would definitely stay here again.
The stop here has excellent food and is in a relaxing rural spot. Would recommend a stay.