6.00km → Ontón → 4.60km → Mioño
Ontón → 1.30km → Baltezana
To Santiago: 
Il cammino: 

In Ontón the camino climbs a set of stairs to bring you back up to the level of the N-634, at a point where the road curves sharply and arrows point in two distinct directions.

‌Option 1: Along N-634 through Mioño & tunnel- 7.1

To follow the new route, simply follow the bend in the road and keep on it as it twists and turns. It will cross under and over the A-8 several times before arriving in Mioño.

‌Option 2: ‌The Old Camino - 14.8

The old camino route crossed over the N-634 at this bend, and followed the CA-523 in the direction of Baltezana. The way is still well marked but has been largely abandoned in favor of a newly marked route along the N-634.


Negozio di alimentari: 

Accommodation in Ontón



Albergue Tu Camino


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

Maria is the owner and she is a jewel one of the nicest hostesses I think I've had so far on the Camino is a nice little place beautiful a dinner for us at dinner is donativo. The Albergue is on the hillside overlooking the tiny village of Onton. Please stop.

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

In September 2019 I spent a night here in a cheap and nice albergue. Person working there was really helpful. We had a dinner for everyone in albergue.

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

No services at Onton. It is a slog over 634 and the restaurant at the top was not open in Sept 2019. Pack a lunch, take your time, be careful.
Celebrate its passage with a beer at Miono.

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

The new route is terrible. No shoulder on the highway and cars can’t see around the curves. Do not recommend!! This should not be an official Camino route.

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

This is a lovely Albergue. Run by Maria who cooked a fantastic meal for about 20 of us last night.

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

No groceries but there is an albergue called Tu Camino Onton.