Private hostel (20, 20€ including laundry, March to November) Albergue Fuente Sidres, on the Camino on the right 1.5km before the village. Café / restaurant. Laundry facilities. Breakfast from 06:00. In a modern environmentally friendly building. New in 2020. Website alberguefuentesidres.es Tel 686 908 486 Open 13:00
Private (52, 12€, March to October) Juan de Yepes, on the Camino on the left. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Modern and spacious. Café / restaurant. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Good reports. Private rooms. They also own the albergue Santa Brígida. Website www.alberguejuandeyepes.com Tel 638 938 546 Open 12:30
Private (40, 9€, March to November) El Puntido, on the Camino on the right opposite the church. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Café / restaurant / small shop. Evening meal. Breakfast. Private rooms. Website www.puntido.com Tel 636 781 387 Open 11:00
Municipal (42, 10€) Albergue de Hontanas, on the Camino on the right. Microwaves. Breakfast. In a nice, recently renovated building. They have more beds in another building when this one is full. Tel 653 532 647 Open 13:00
Private (16, 12€) Albergue Santa Brígida, on the Camino on the left. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Private rooms. Website www.alberguesantabrigida.com Tel 638 938 546 Open 12:00
Cafés, several of which do pilgrim menus, the one in El Puntido opens at 06:00. Municipal swimming pool at the end of the village on the right, open from 12:00, summer only. Fiestas 6 to 8 December and the night of 15 August for the Hoguera de San Roque / Bonfire of San Roque, when the young people of the village collect firewood and have a procession with songs and wine before having a big bonfire into which they throw sticks to ask the saint to protect their farm animals.
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