Soto de Luiña → 19.90km → Cadavedo → 3.70km → Villademoros
Tablizo → 5.10km → Cadavedo → 3.70km → Villademoros
To Santiago: 
261.90
Seehöhe: 
90

Wenn Ihnen das architektonische Design der asturischen Hórreos (auch bekannt als paneras, diese quadratischen Maisspeicher auf kegelförmigen Stelzen) gefällt, werden Sie erfreut sein, dass es fast 100 von ihnen in der Gegend verstreut gibt. Der örtliche Strand ist nur einen kurzen Spaziergang entfernt.

Feiertage: 

La Fiesta de la Regalina, voll mit traditionellen Tänzen und Kostümen, findet am letzten Sonntag im August statt.

Wegbeschreibung: 

Von hier führt der Camino entlang von Nebenstraßen und Wegen an Villademoros, San Cristóbal und Queruás vorbei.

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Services
Bankomat: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Lebensmittelgeschäft: 
Yes
Apotheke: 
Yes
Arztpraxis: 
Yes
Zug: 
Yes
Bushaltestelle: 
Yes

Accommodation in Cadavedo

Comments

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

La Regalina staff are rude to pilgrims, the pilgrim menu is disgusting and a rip-off. All they care about is taking your money. They also yelled at me in the shop to leave my bag at the counter. I’m not someone who complains a lot, but after the spirit of most places I’ve been, this one is to avoid like the plague.

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

Casa Ina is very nice. Only €15 per person. We were in upstairs twin room with balcony and nice kitchen area. Bar Casino down the road had excellent ensalada russa and pork tenderloin brochette with mushrooms.

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

Traveling in a group of 4. Rented a 2 bedroom cabin/bungalow at Complejo Regalina, on trail. manager of campgrounds was very friendly and helpful. The 2 bedroom cabin/bungalow was clean. The kitchenette has 2 electric burners, pans, small refrigerator and service ware. The shower and toilet are separate. Two small grocery stores in the town, but a little pricy. 60 euro for cabin (15/person). Bar/restaurant on premises