Small albergue, built into the church. Certainly the place to go if you prefer a more authentic pilgrim experience.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
This was an experience of the real Camino, communal meal, lot of people helped making the food.
Space was scarce but the heart of the hospitalero was big and warm. He joked a lot in italien and spanish, the ones who didn’t understand he help by using other pilgrims to translate - so everyone felt connected.
Simple albergue, lots of bunk beds in the dormitory with mats in the adjoining room for any extra pilgrims. Showers were quite temperamental but Pepe was very welcoming and made a delicious dinner for us all.
Had a nice evening just nine pilgrims and the volunteer hospitalero. Beds were comfy and Hester was put on before bed to help warm the room up.