Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Telefon: 
985 133 848
Email: 
info@campingdeva-gijon.es
Photo in Camping Deva on the Camino de Santiago
Practical Info
Gesamte Bettenzahl: 
36
Preis: 
7
Öffnungsmonate: 
ALL YEAR
Located at the campgrounds in Deva, with a pool and a bus connection to Gijón.

Stuff

Laundry
Waschmaschine: 
Yes
Wäschetrockner: 
Yes
Waschbecken: 
Yes
Wäscheleine: 
Yes
Food
Bar / Restaurant: 
Yes
Services
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi
Fahrradaufbewahrung: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 
Distance
Albergue El Peregrin 3.40 km

Comments

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

In fact, it is like a room service for the camping, 2-4 rooms, with sets of 3-4 sets of beds bunk, with only one shower and toilet, so it was a little bathroom’s traffic jam... Annoying street light all the night, absolutely uncomfortable mattresses, unpleasant pilgrim stop after hard day of walking. The good is there are good restaurant and laundry service. So, if possible, avoid it, go to Gijon, it’s only 1 hour walking distance on the main road, the fastest way

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

At least three rooms with about 4 sets of bunk beds in each. Quiet enough. Light in hallway stays on at night so be cognizant if bed/door location in your room. Clean and reasonable for 7 euros. Pilgrim meal 10 euros (other campers pay 15 for menu del dia) market is stocked well enough for snacks, beer, on the go meals. The community shower/wc building, 50m away had larger showers and hot water.

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

Tried to call for a reservation, but they take pilgrims on a first come, first serve basis. Only 20 places total and they accept pilgrims starting at 1pm.

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

Now the pilgrims have a “house” consisting of a few rooms with very little space and very noisy beds and thin mattresses!!! Only 1 bathroom for all the pilgrims in this house. You can use the camping bathrooms which are much nicer and spacious, but are 50 m from the pilgrim house. Paid 7€, plus I paid 1,50€ for a blanket (I don’t have a sleeping bag).