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Boadilla del Camino

Private (16, 8€) Putzu, on your left just before the village. Laundry facilities. The owner sometimes interrogates pilgrims before deciding if they can stay and even sometimes decides by tossing a coin. Tel 677 225 993 Open 13:00

Municipal (12, 5€), on the Camino on the left, beside a café. Ask in the café for the keys. Very simple. Tel 979 810 390 Open 10:00

Private (48, 8€, Easter to October) En El Camino, near the church. Laundry facilities. Nice garden with small swimming pool. Café / restaurant. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Website www.boadilladelcamino.com Tel 619 105 168

Private (12, 10€) Albergue Titas, on the Camino on the left on Calle Major. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Nice looking albergue but many negative reports. Website www.alberguetitas.com Tel 979 810 776

Cafés. The café by the municipal has nice tapas. En El Camino does a communal pilgrim meal in the evening from 19:00.

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