Leboreiro → 3.90km → Furelos → 1.50km → Melide
To Santiago: 
54.20
Seehöhe: 
418

In addition to the Iglesia de San Juan, with its uncommon crucifix, Furelos has a bridge and a bar. Both are impressive, the former for dating back to the Romans, and the latter for the tortillas.

Geschichte: 

The village and its pilgrims hospice were under the ownership of the Hospitallers of San Juan in the 12th century. The Iglesia de San Juan is worth visiting for its quite interesting crucifix which depicts Jesus not with his hands outstretched to his sides, but rather with one hand reaching up to the Heavens and the other down to Earth.

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Services
Bar: 
Yes
Photo in Furelos on the Camino de Santiago

Comments

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

Well, we counted on this suggested bar to do a lunch pause. Even if the siesta was finished at 4:30 p.m., it was closed, no known opening hours. Pass...