Albergue Municipal in Larrasoaña

Municipal Larrasoaña

Number of beds  77
Cost of bed (€)  6
Included in price
Refuge facilities
(See key below)
 K, W, @, V, Cred
Telephone  948 304 242
Street Address  c/ San Nicolas, 16
Website or email address
 Key: Alt.=Alternative route;
B=bed breakfast;
W=Washing facilities;
D=Drying facilities;
V=Vending machine;
P=Picnic pack;
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15 Replies to “Albergue Municipal in Larrasoaña”

  1. My guidebook by John Brierley says this is the best albergue on the walk and that the mayor is the friend of all pilgrims, so I am looking forward to this fantastic place. The score above must be wrong.

  2. I have been there some weeks ago and I fear the score definitely isn’t wrong! As far as I know the mayor mentioned isn’t responsible for the albergue anymore.

  3. This albergue is far from been a favorite, only one bathroom for the whole building and the shower did not drain. Also the furniture in the patio was falling apart. I was told that they are going to close it in the fall for renovation. Nice little town.

  4. Main building accommodation is okay. Two bunk beds per room. No blankets. Rubber mattresses. Overflow accommodation is filled first. We were lucky. Our friends, who arrived before us, were put up in oveflow. It is true about the mould. Truly awful. Town is nice and pilgrim menu was good in the local inn.

  5. This was one of the worse alberques on the camino…sweaty and smelly 5-2013 with temperatures in the 40’s outside.. ended up staying in a hostal it was so gross. Somehow the numbers are skewed…maybe not enough votes but all high…definitely mis-leading

  6. I stayed in the overflow space, which was the worst place I stayed on the Camino. Among other things, the bathrooms were moldy and the toilet paper ran out before 11:00p.m.

  7. Lovely village and a nice enough albergue. It really merits the extra few kms to stay here rather than in boring Zubiri as this place is an authentic pilgrim stop with a great welcome. Loved it.

  8. My wife and I spent the night between 22nd and 23rd September 2007 at this place. The main building was OK, but we had our bunk in a more primitive accommodation with no shower. Outside there was a temporary shack which offered 4 showers and two toilets on unisex terms. It was quite a shock to several nude women who had to retrieve their cloths in a corridor packed with men. An unbelievable experience.