3.20km → Moratinos → 2.60km → San Nicolás del Real Camino
To end of camino: 

Moratinos has seen its share of pilgrims over the years and is currently undergoing what can be described as a slow renaissance. The hillside is chock full of hobbit holes, specially built to store large barrels of wine.


Photo of Moratinos on the Camino de Santiago

Accommodation in Moratinos


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

Had a coffee and tortilla here. I was surrounded by feral cats. I counted at least 12, but I’m sure there were more. Totally Bizzare. (Nov. 2021)

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

I went to San Bruno, expecting the usual albuerge and recieved so much more than expected. It's a home and everyone feels like family. I ended up loving it so much I took my first rest day here and don't regret it for a moment. The grass is perfect, the fountain is amazing for weary feet, and the cooking left absolutely nothing to be desired, it was amazing. But more than anything was the genuine kindness from everyone there. It's more than worth a stop

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

Absolutely wonderful albergue - Bruno and Juliana are so sweet. €10 for a bed in a modern dorm with single beds - only one bunk. €10 for dinner and €4 for breakfast. They offer massages of different types and they’re great. One of my favourite stays of the Camino so far. Tash - UK

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


Amazing food at Hostal Moratinos!
Breakfast from 0700
Really big servings, actual home made bread that is so delicious!
Vegetarian and vegan options for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
The host is so lovely and speaks English.
Highly recommend you stop in!