→ 1.20 → Rubiães → 0.90km → Ponte Romano

Altitude
200
To end of camino
135.00
Bar
Yes
Grocery
Yes
The Road

From the municipal albergue, descend to the road and follow it downhill and on the left-hand side. You will pass Ninho – The Pilgrim Nest and then dogleg left.

Another Roman bridge is not far ahead. Beyond the bridge the camino returns to the road and crossed directly over it, keeping the bar on your right. It will rejoin and depart the road twice more before arriving in Pecene.

Accommodation in Rubiães

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

There is an cafe/mini supermarket just opposite of the hostel, nice service but expensive. Good restaurant “Bom Retiro” a small walk from the hostel - view is excellent!. If you go further for about 1 km you will find a traditional cafè as well.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

The most beautiful place to stay! Incredible kitchen! Pool, everything perfekt

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Nice pilgrim’s menu with plenty of choice and nicely cooked. Includes soup, main and a drink. Maybe also dessert but we were too full! Just 2-300 metres down the route from the albergue and Casa Sao sebastiao

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Café Sao Sebastiao - closed at Saturday! :'-(

michael

Right above Ninho - Casa Sao Sebastian. We arrived after 6 hours of pouring rain. Our hostess Sonia dried our clothes for us. The beds were comfier and the setup very quiet and efficient. When the rain finally stopped, it was a quick walk to dinner.

michael

Neither Albergue showed any sign of life around 1300 but the restaurant was open. The manger said the Albergue opened around 1900 so we pushed on. Restaurant was a real oasis as this stretch from Ponte de Lima In January on. Sunday was quite sparse services wise.

michael

It was easy to find just beyond the church on the Caminó. We are here on Wednesday May 8. There seems to be quite a few options for stopping here. This place was listed in Brierley’s guide.

michael

Due to Covid this is the first stop we ended up w sane people. Some fun Portugues women, a Czech family, and anoth set of Spaniards. All super nice and fun. Spent the next day hiking with a Portuguese family for 4 hours. I’m hoping we will see them again.