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Foncebadón

Private (20, 10€) Albergue El Convento, on the Camino on the right. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Basic. Tel 620 960 060 Open 12:00

Private (35, 8€) Albergue Monte Irago, on the Camino on the left. Café / restaurant with vegetarian options using produce from their own garden. Breakfast. Strong hippie vibe with alternative therapies. Goats, cats, rabbits, etc. running around outside. Tel 695 452 950

Private (20, 10€, March to October) La Posada del Druida, on the Camino on the right. Laundry facilities. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Tel 696 820 136 Open 12:00

Private (34, 10€, March to November) Albergue La Cruz de Fierro, to the right of the Camino, down a narrow lane. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Tel 699 752 144 Open 11:00

Parish (22, 5€, Easter to October) Albergue Parroquial Domus Dei, on the Camino on the right. Communal evening meal and pilgrim prayers (attendance voluntary, all welcome). Breakfast (Spanish / basic). Run by volunteers. Friendly and welcoming. In the renovated village church. Open 12:00.

Shop on the Camino on the left, cafés. The food in La Taberna de Gaia has been recommended.

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