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Albergue Orión: Open.
Camino de Santiago: Open.
Albergue Ultreia: Open from 19 March 2022.
Verge de Monserrat: Open.
A Cien Leguas: Open.
Casa Nostra: Open.
San Esteban: Open.
Albergue Rosalía: Open.


Private (22, 13€, April to October) Albergue Orión, left off the Camino (or on it, depending which yellow arrows you follow). Kitchen, laundry facilities. Korean-themed evening meal. Private rooms. Tel 649 481 609 Open 13:00

Private (30, 6€, April to October) Camino de Santiago, in a camping site on the left on the Camino. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Food reported good. Breakfast. Private rooms. Website www.campingcamino.com Tel 658 966 743 Open 11:00

Private (28, 12€, Easter to October) Albergue Ultreia, on the right on the Camino. Laundry facilities. Evening meal. Breakfast. In a nicely renovated bodega. Home-produced alcohol. Good reports. Private rooms. Website www.albergueultreiacastrojeriz.com Tel 640 298 817 Open 13:00

Private (10, 10€) Verge de Monserrat, on the Camino on the right. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Volunteer run and owned by a religious association. Small religious ceremoney in the evening. Website www.albergueelcaminovm.com Tel 633 538 993. Open 12:00

Private (18, 12€) A Cien Leguas, on the left on the Camino. Café / restaurant. Laundry facilities. Private rooms. Website www.acienleguas.es Tel 619 289 476 Open 10:00

Private (26, 8€, March to November) Casa Nostra, on the left on the Camino. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Basic. Private rooms. Tel 947 377 493 Open 11:00

Municipal (35, 7€) San Esteban, follow the Camino to Plaza Mayor, the albergue is up steps to the right. Bright, airy, pleasant atmosphere. Donativo breakfast. Tel 679 147 056 Open 12:00

Private (18, 14€, Easter to October) Albergue Rosalía, on Calle Cordón, signposted. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Evening meal. Breakfast. In a beautiful renovated building with nice dorms with no bunks! Website rinconada.net Tel 637 765 779 Open 12:00

Cafés, shop, bakery and bank on the Camino around Plaza Mayor. Another shop (better) further along the Camino. Also supermarket, pharmacy and several banks near Guardia Civil, a few minutes walk south from the Plaza Mayor. Several cafés do Pilgrim Menus. Fiestas, around the feast day of St John the Baptist 24 June with several days and nights of music, dancing, processions, etc. El Ajo during July weekends, festival themed around the garlic harvest. Early September El Sejo with more dancing, music, processions, etc.

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