These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
It's a basic dorm style albergue. Right next to the ruins, so easy to get out and see. Nothing fancy, but its cheap and a basic place to stay for pilgrims. I stayed in Sept 2020.
Sept 2020. Mostly, this albergue is great. Fantastic showers, bunks now spaced quite far apart, great view of the church ruins next door. Nice energy. Two big negatives: not enough toilets, and my partner woke up with bed bug bites. No-one else in our group of 7 did however. And she is a magnet for bed bugs...still, it's the first time this camino.
The idea behind this albergue outshines it’s reality. Bunks were tightly packed in the room and way too few restroom facilities for the number of pilgrims. Kitchen seemed nicely stocked however. Boot room was crowded with supplies and hard to maneuver. Not a favorite.
I did not find this place to be anything special, but it was fine. I would recommend a private albergue first, but this one is o.k. I stayed in a room with 6 beds... 3 bunk beds.
The most beautiful municipal I’ve been to yet !!! I recommend !!! Looks over the ruins, has shutters on the windows, art on the walls, bunk beds, lockers, washing room, and kitchen. Very cute town! Stay here. First went to find the Donativo albergue but went to info desk and it is closed till summer
Now €8 per night.