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Molinaseca

Private (32, 11€) Albergue Compostela, left after the bridge, near the church, on Calle La Iglesia. Laundry facilities, microwaves. Café / restaurant. Breakfast. Spacious with good modern facilities. Tel 622 317 525 Open 12:00 *** Opening at the start of April 2022

Private (16, 14€) Albergue Señor Oso, on the Camino in the centre of the village. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Website www.senoroso.es Tel 661 761 970 Open 12:00

Private (56, 10€, March to November) Albergue Santa Marina, on the right on the main road about 500m after the village. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Modern and comfortable. APR. Tel 615 302 390 Open 12:00

Municipal (19, 27€ with evening meal, breakfast and laundry) Albergue San Roque, past the previous albergue and it's on the left. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Tel 615 106 125 Open 13:00

Cafés, restaurants, shops, on the Camino. Pharmacy to the right of the Camino on the main road. Masón El Palacio on the right after the bridge does an excellent pilgrim menu. In summer there is a Playa Fluvial / River Beach by the bridge.

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