This is a fairly basic albergue but is run with dedication by Domingo, who appears in the evenings to sit with pilgrims and give them a detailed account of the primitivo; as well as his recommendations on where and what to eat. There are no facilities in the town, so bring whatever you need with you from Grado.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Very friendly place but room is a bit crowded. Bathroom, shower is okay. Domingo was cooking for the pilgrims and there was a joint dinner. Good place for a stop!
Very hospitable host. They got pretty much everything in the albergue so don’t worry for extra kg for food from Grado. Vending machine for water/juice/hot drinks, beer and vine in the fridge for very good price. Eggs, breads are also there as well. The host will keep them enough everyday, just pay some money and bring only what you really need from Grado to save the kgs. Also the kitchen is nice, very good value for a municipal albergue