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Hospital de Órbigo

Private (16, 10€) Albergue La Encina, visible over to the right when you're crossing the bridge. Café / restaurant. Evening meal, breakfast. Website www.complejolaribera.com Tel 987 361 087

Parish (90, 5€) Albergue Parroquial Karl Leisner, on the Camino on the right after crossing the bridge. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Nice patio. Tel 987 388 444 Open 11:00

Private (18, 12€, March to October) Casa de los Hidalgos, on the Camino on the right. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Tel 699 198 755 Open 12:00

Private (30, 10€, March to October) Albergue San Miguel, on the Camino on the left. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Evening meal. Reported good. Website alberguesanmiguel.com Tel 618 183 420 Open 11:00

Private (26, 11€, April to October) Albergue Verde, turn left after Albergue San Miguel down Avenida de los Fueros de León, it's on the right just before the roundabout. Laundry facilities. Nice garden, pets, hippie vibe. Friendly and welcoming. Donativo vegetarian communal evening meal using organic produce from their own garden (delicious). Breakfast. Also yoga classes and private rooms. Website www.albergueverde.es Tel 689 927 926 Open 12:00

Shop and banks on the Camino after crossing the bridge. Pharmacy to the right just before the post office. Cafés / restaurants on the Camino and down side streets to the left.

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