Vilar de Cas

Camino Primitivo

To end of camino
115.1
Altitude
520

Souto de Torres

2.20

Vilar de Cas

0.50

Gondar

The Road

At the end of town there are markers for another complementaria route, this time for a detour to the Iglesia de Soutomerille (see below). This worthwhile alternative adds 700m to the journey, through an evergreen forest.

City Map
Accommodation in Vilar de Cas
Private
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue A Pociña de Muñiz

Comments

All Caminos App User (not verified)

This place is incredible:
-the facilities are amazingly renovated with so much taste yet keeping the original style. Private room and dormitory are beautifull. The outside place for eating is so comfortable.
-the food is soooo good and generous. Best tortilla eaten in Spain. You cab stop eating 2 days before you plan to stay in the albergue ;-)
-the mother who cooks is very friendly, lively and loving. The father is like a rough farmer but so kind and the 2 sons are very helpfull.
You have to make your planning so that you spend one night there. No jokes!

All Caminos App User (not verified)

Best albergue on Camino Primitivo for sure! Worth staying 100%! You just have to visit this place on your way! Atmosphere of old Spanish rural house with modern design makes it absolutely unique. Fantastic garden to chill after walk in hammocks. Great beds with curtains, laundry, clean and modern bathrooms- everything great!
And please don’t miss communal dinner made from local products from their farm- it was fantastic experience of mix of Galician food and owners hospitality, absolutely worth it!
Owners are super kind and friendly. Thank you!
Also it is only 15 km from Lugo, so you would have long day in Lugo as well!

All Caminos App User (not verified)

Like walking into a 4 seasons alburgue...at 1st , outer street area was unassuming, but inside, you were transported in a superior sleeping, kitchen,bath areas that wot dissapoint. we're we rested outside and watched the cows stroll by...great dinner...breakfast is just toast..

All Caminos App User (not verified)

Really nice alberge. Clean,perfect kitchen, showers. Great garden. Just excellant

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Without a doubt, my favorite stop on Primitivo! Beautiful space, lovely garden for lounging, phenomenal dinner with home made soup, fresh salad and barbecue. Don’t miss this special oasis between ocadavo and lugo . Amazing in every way… this is my 8th camino and This ranks in top 3 of everywhere I’ve stayed!!!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

It was like an upscale boutique hotel crossed with an albergue. Clean stylish and sophisticated. Great family style meal in a converted 100 year old out building. An excellent camino experience and the best place I have stayed.

All Caminos App User (not verified)

This family business is simply beautiful to say the least!! From the moment you enter, you are welcomed and then blown away by the superb accommodation, design is delightful and a credit to them. One mustn’t miss it. Thank you to the family for offering such a wonderful stay. Much loved , Rosalind from Australia

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Such a lovely Albergue, run by a lovely family. Great food, homemade and the facilities are 5 star! If you stay here you will find it difficult to leave!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Chilling in the garden of the amaaaazing A Pociña de Muñiz at the moment

Totally divine

Please list 🙏

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We managed to get a spot here in early Sept . I don’t want to tell you how great this 3 (or 4?) generations of family works to make your stay remarkable and memorable, because then everyone would know this secret!). Wow!