→ 4.10 → Villar de Mazarife → 9.70km → Villavante

Altitude
869
To end of camino
287.50
Bar
Yes
Grocery
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Close your windows and shutters at night if you stay here! I was woken up at 4am by a man in a mask throwing stones through my window. I was terrified so called the police!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Good small supermarket in town - open morning and evening. Not during siesta.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Thankfully, I had a better experience at Albergue Tio Pepo than the other review left on here. Despite it being busy with pilgrims, I am on my own in a shared bunk room. The ladies behind the bar have been really kind and friendly, and the food and service have been really good.
It’s definitely a locals hangout - the bar was packed at lunchtime, and this evening, there are locals in the courtyard and I’ve spotted a dog but not causing any issues. You can book online at onlypilgrims.com.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We stayed here last night in a room for 2 and after a nice afternoon chatting with other pilgrims we were happy to hear we could get food at 6:30. There is an inner courtyard that feels like a pilgrim area (laundry, tables and chairs).We sat there after the hostess told us she would take our order there. It was an hour before she did and another 45 before all 4 of us got our food. A group of 6-8 local men came in and took a table in the courtyard. They were smoking and literally tossing the butts. There were 2-3 dogs that lived there and one that a local brought in. The dogs begged right at our table and marked their territory a couple of times within 2 meters of our table. Our room was clean but I wouldn’t want another pilgrim experience this place.