These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
To visit Laganares was very nice. The albergue is very nice, real sheets on the bed, a power outlet for every bed, small rooms and every thing was clean.
The food was very good and home made. We was very tired after 30 km, but look at the reviews and walked the extra 2 km and it was worth every step.
Great veggie food here. Hummus and veggie burger are on the menu. The garden out of the back of the bar is delightful.
Super fantastic place. Nice people, good accomidations, very nice menu (with ice cream...) Perfect spot after a long day and many kilometers.
One of the best albergues I’ve stayed in on the Camino. Highly recommend. Such sweet hosts and lovely atmosphere.
This albergue was everything that I have read about and more. I am so glad I walked the extra kilometers today. Lovely decor, good music, cozy rooms, absolutely delicious dinner, and a very friendly family that manages the place. I have food allergies and they helped me to find delicious options for their fun, fancy communal dinner.
Wonderful albergue. Definitely recommend staying here. Very clean and homely. Food was great too. Every bed had a plug point. The bar played great music too.
I am so glad I just kept walking until I felt satisfied and fell immediately at ease when arriving at here. They are super kind as it wasn't too full they gave all the pilgrims bottom bunks!helpful info as well about the next few stages. Great terrace to hand wash and dry your clothes. Washing machines are €4 while machine wash and dry is €9. The rooms are cozy and beds have blankets if you need. Another highlight was the pilgrim dinner which was one of the best I've had so far! A hearty meal to recover and stock up for the next day. You won't regret walking extra or staying here for sure! - a peregrina from Brazil