7.40km → Lubián → 6.20km → Portela de la Canda
To Santiago: 

The albergue is not well marked but is one of the first buildings in town. The rest of the services are along the main road. For the forseeable future this otherwise sleepy village is kept a bit lively with the business brought by the AVE construction crew.

The Road: 

The camino follows the secondary road out of Lubián, downhill from the main road. It turns right after a few twists in the road to follow the signs to the Santuario de La Tuiza. It descends to pass under the A-52 and pass by the Santuario. From here it climbs to the Portela de la Canda, the gateway to Galicia.


Medical Center: 
Accommodation in Lubián


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

Well, yes, Casa Irene is really quite nice - 30€ for one person with a double bed and breakfast (toast and tea, orange juice and cake) - EXCEPT - the walls are thin and I heard the couple in the next room snoring all night long - thr while point of staying in these sort of places over an Albergue is to get away from snoring - It's a nice place though. - H.J.Appleby

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

The camino is very poorly signed from the church La Tuiza and all the way to Portela a Canda. Turn left at Tuiza and follow the water upstream. Always choose the option upwards and with water. You will have two to three hours walking to Portela a Canda with almost no signage.

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

This is a beautiful place to stop. Lovely terrace, great breakfasts and home cooked food. Our best stop yet! Gracias Jose y Begonia!

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

I suggest you afd Casa Irene here. Casa Rural, neighbour to the albergue. Mountain views, extremely clean and homecooked meal. Top place on this camino...