The entrance code is available in the shop next to the church or in the Ayuntamiento.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
The owner is a well traveled man of the Camino, I believe his name is Bautiste.
When I arrived I had not enough cash and they did not have the ability to take a credit card. Short story, two of the people who work for him, Xavier and Maria went out of there way to get me a bunk. I later had a drink with Bautiste at the local Bar/pool and left him a Mobile made of Camino stone. I felt so welcome in this little town. I will always remember the interactions I had,despite my limited Spanish, with a warm and friendly town. I plan on visiting again. Maybe to stay a couple days.
Best place we've been so far. Good energy, great beds, great breakfast, great terasse and there was food we could use freely to cook the dinner. Recommend.
Wonderful tiny town and clean albergue. Great breakfast for the price. The public pool is just up the road and is worth the 5 euro entrance fee.
On a little traveled alternate route. I was the only pilgrim in the albergue.
Great way to leave the Camino race and listen to the birds.