6.70km → Os Castaños → 6.20km → Puente Arnelas
To end of camino: 

There is a small bar (seasonal) on your left as you reach this junction. There is a larger bar/restaurant just over the river.

The Road: 

As you approach Puente Arnelas you need to follow the arrows that lead you up a steel and wood walkway under the belly of the bridge. At the top, turn right to get up to the road level and follow it into the small village. A short ways on the camino joins the broad Río Umia.




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

The subject line did not appear, but my comments are about Chiringo de Concha.

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

Super quick, very nice people. Had a box of apples set out for taking. Lots of seating.

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

If you want chillax ambiance and friendly quick service, stop at Chiringo de Concha. We passed it by at first, went to Os Castaños and waited a LONG time for service and food. A 20 minute stop turned into two hours. Then we had to stay overnight since we didn’t want to arrive in Praia Terrón at 6:30-7:00pm. (Rooms over at Os Castaños are lovely by the way). Just sat down here by the river for some early evening libations. Fab.