0.10km → Mirallos → 0.70km → Pena
To Santiago: 

At the bottom of the hill from Ferreiros, there is a bar and a church/cemetery.

The Road: 

Beyond Mirallos you will encounter the 100km marker. It is the single most vandalized object on the camino, changing from day to day as pilgrims leave their mark. From here on to Santiago the terrain has smoothed out, but do not be deceived. Although the height of the peaks has been reduced, the frequency with which you have to climb the smaller ones has increased.


Photo of Mirallos on the Camino de Santiago


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

The homemade yogurt with marmalade is amazing, as is the family feel, prices, and hospitality and this family run establishment. Portions are GENEROUS (try beef with potatoes after a long day).

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

The hostess informed us that it’s closed on Tuesdays. So make sure you’ve packed your lunch.

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

If you are hiking from Sarria to Portomarin, stopping here for lunch is perfect (and seemingly the only opportunity in January). The local tavern is run by a family. Very nice experience