5.60km → Armenteira → Aldea Labrega
To Santiago: 
84.00
Altitude: 
265
The Road: 

From Armenteira the camino joins a popular (among locals) trail known as the Ruta de la Piedra y del Agua. It follows along a creek, with trails on both sides, as it descends to sea level. Along the way, it passes several dozen abandoned water mills. Note that although you can...

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Comments

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

Email the hospedaria in advance to check on availability - it's well worthy the effort.

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

I waited until 4:30 pm when the monastery office opened to try to get a room and they said no pilgrims. I had waited there for hours and after being turned away the albergue was full. All 35 beds were taken. I paid €4 to sleep on a mattress on the floor next to the bar. Do not wait on the monastery for a bed.