These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Small but clean. Nice hospitaleros. No eating but affordable restaurant next door with good options.
Was fully booked in end of July when we arrived around 3. Hospitaleros were kind enough but strict about not letting us sleep on the ground or share beds to fit everyone. We were left to our own devices and were lucky to borrow a tent from another pilgrim.
Wonderful and unique place! When would you experience to sleep in railway station in comfort and care?!? Such a great albergue, great and sweet host! Super suggested! Clean, specious, great roof and nicely placed modern bunk beds! Well ventilated! The highlight of the Camino! Fox.
Make sure you check in at tourist information as soon as you arrive. You pay there and get a code. Clean and tidy. Mixed gender bathroom. Nowhere to dry clothes.
No eating allowed here.
Clean, big bathrooms, very friendly and helpfull staff. Recommended :)
Very tidy. Easy access via access code. Friendly staff. No cooking available. Washing is available. Fairly small number of pilgrims in the room and all were educated enough to keep quiet so everyone could sleep.
No place to hang laundry but there is a washing machine and dryer. Don’t forget to get the key from the tourism office BEFORE you get to the hostel. They give you a key so after hours you can still get in.
Not pour c but we were wet and tired. Booked through tourist office 5€. We were assigned beds. Place appeared clean and well run. I had problem with my poles and th hospitalero fixed it immediately. I was quite worried about it because I can not hike without them due to knee problems.