→ 2.40 → Anha → 4.00km → Ponte Eiffel

Altitude
35
To end of camino
192.90
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes
The Road

From Anha the camino makes its way to the very long dual carriage bridge that crosses the Río Limia.

Accommodation in Anha

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Purpose built for pilgrims and owned by pilgrims . Beds had privacy curtains . I cooked up a storm with their one stove kitchen , microwave and lots of pantry goods that you can buy , grocery store is about 800m away ( 15 mins walk ) or purchase what they have .
Lots of outdoor space to chill and vege patch to admire . Breakfast included , bread , jam , fruit and tea or coffee . Appreciated Caroline’s help and advice

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

An absolutely amazing little gem of a place with everything you could need as a pilgrim: comfi bed, clean place, hamocks, kitchen, some supplies, etc. Carolina and her Mum are amazing, kind, friendly, thoughtful! Couldnt recommemd highly enough!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

An absolutely amazing little gem of a place with everything you could need as a pilgrim: comfi bed, clean place, hamocks, kitchen, some supplies, etc. Carolina and her Mum are amazing, kind, friendly, thoughtful! Couldnt recommemd highly enough!

michael

Remains a treasure, very welcoming pilgrims environment.

michael

We had a really good exsperience when we stayed at Casa do Carolina in Anha. The best pilegrim albergue ever. Perfect for pilegrims regarding the beds, fasilities and hospitallity. Both Carolina and her mother are pilegrims, so they know exactually what a pilegrim needs. Carolinas mother is a nurse, she took care of all the pilegrims feets for free!New place in 2019. Perfect! Best regards from two pilegrims from Norway. Nina and Marianne.

michael

Stayed in Casa De Carolina. Lovely well kept hostel and she was very helpful. The nearest restaurant is 30 minutes walk, but the owner brought us back to the accommadion.

michael

Stayed at Casa da Carolina September ‘19, a brand new place that just opened in July ‘19. Purpose-built accommodation, super clean. They are a family of peregrinos so they know exactly what you need at the end of a long day. Her mother took care of my blistered feet and completely changed my Camino :)
Absolutely recommend this albergue!!

michael

By far the best!! Very kind, they know everything a pilgrim might need and it is provided without request! Must go!