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2019 Camino Guides

accommodation

  1. J_Barben

    ViaJacobi / Jakobsweg / The Swiss Route(s)

    I am wanting to do the Swiss Route, from the Bodensee to Geneva, and am looking for advice regarding training, and if there is anything new about the route that has been published in English? Most of the information I have found is quite old, and some of the websites are no longer available...
  2. S

    Which is the availability of accommodations in Irun and the first part of Northern Camino?

    I walked in the last years along Frances and Primitivo way. The next week I'm going to start Northern way in Irun. I'd like to know which is availability of accommodations in the first steps. Thanks! Buen Camino in your life. Federico
  3. Jenny@zen

    Camino Madrid Albergues 2018-08-16

    We are starting from from Madrid on 9 September 2018. Came across this up to date list of albergues and other accommodation, updated in July 2018 - from the website of Asociación de Amigos de los Caminos de Santiago de Madrid. Not sure if it's already on the forum but in case not ... muchas...
  4. Jakke

    Lists of dog-friendly aubergues

    I would not advice anyone to take a dog along, but that is besides the point. On our Finnish Camino group (FB) there is a discussion about walking with dogs. What kind of resources are there along the camino? Do we, e.g., have a list of places where dogs can stay overnight? Addresses of vets?
  5. Isabeila

    Camino del Norte in April

    I booked a flight to Biarritz the 4th of April 2018 and was originally planning on walking Camino Frances. Now I am doubting my decision and wishing to walk Camino del Norte. I have one huge question about accommodation though! – Are the albergues on Camino del Norte open by the time I start...
  6. CaminoSleeps

    Find Camino Frances accommodation by map - CaminoSleeps.com

    CaminoSleeps submitted a new resource: Camino Frances Accommodation Directory - CaminoSleeps.com - Camino Frances Accommodation Directory Read more about this resource...
  7. A

    Double room with bathroom in SJPP 6th/7th September in good price for anyone??

    Hello, I have booked double room with private bathroom in Gite Zazpiak in St Jean Pied de Port from Wednesday 6th September to Thursday 7th Sept. Unfortunately, because of private reasons I had to change my start day of the Camino, but it was too late for cancel this reservation for free... So...
  8. Jenny267

    Logrono 4 and 5 September

    For those around Los Arcos and Lograno on 4th and 5th September, there is a stage of La Vuelta a Espana being run on the 5th between roughly Los Arcos and Logrono starting at 1.30pm. It's a cycle race, approx 200 riders from what I can see, cycling on the NA1110 and A12. There is a rest day in...
  9. Alisoun

    New accommodation now available in Charente Maritime

    Greetings to all pilgrims Following my original post about my dream for a Pilgrim's Halt on the Via Turonensis or Voie de Tours, I am happy to announce that I can now offer accommodation at special Pilgrim rates. I've just got permission from the owner of the house I'm living in to offer this...
  10. Matt Wright

    CDN - Eat,Drink,Sleep: A personal guide from San Sebastian - Gijon

    We've just finished Stage 1 of the Camino del Norte (CDN), walking from San Sebastian - Gijon during May/June 2017. Sorry, but it's taken me a while to put together the list of where we ate, drank, and slept as I've rummaging through numerous crumpled receipts and trying to piece these...
  11. Alisoun

    Pilgrim's Halt on Voie de Tours

    Greetings to all pilgrims. I have a dream to open a Pilgrim's Halt in the Charente Maritime about 4km on from Mirambeau. I've spoken to a lot of Pilgrims on this route and it seems there is a lack of reasonable accommodation in some sections. The idea would be to offer bed, evening meal...
  12. HikerGerro

    Hosteria de Zubiri

    Hi, two of us travelling to SJPP early June for one week only. We've pre-booked accommodation (last year) and are reconfirming this week. We can't get a reply/response from Hosteria de Zubiri in Zubiri. Does anyone know if it has closed down? I'm seeing conflicting stories on the internet and...
  13. mmorash

    Irun Logistics

    Hi. I am a first time Camino participant looking forward to an introductory 2 weeks on Camino del Norte starting May 7. Will be traveling from Canada to Paris arriving into Hendaye via train from Paris. I am wondering about logistics to Irun before starting the following day. - What is the...
  14. D

    Accommodation- book ahead?

    Hola and grateful thanks in advance. My husband and I plan to do the full Camino starting mid September and not taking sleeping bags - hoping to stay in private accommodation along the way. Should we start researching and booking? My hope was that we would have no fixed itinerary and just hope...
  15. MilerMilo

    Late(r) Arrival in Roncesvalles

    To start my Camino I am planning to take the first train from Bayonne, pop by the Pilgrim Office in SJPDP, and then get up to Roncesvalles. It says the train (temporarily a bus) arrives in SJPDP just after 9:00, so figuring getting on the road by 10:00. If it takes eight hours-ish to get up to...
  16. E

    Portugues vs Frances for the anxious

    Hola! everyone (first post) I had been pretty set on doing the Portugues, either late this year (October/November) or early next (March/April), largely as I saw it as avoiding possible accommodation problems by taking a quieter route. Having read on this forum about the fewer number of...
  17. WalkingGeo

    Camino Portuguese Advise

    Hi All, It's funny, I walked the Frances Route With my son last September and as we left Santiago in the Jet to start our journey home, I remember saying to myself "Boy, I'm glad that's behind me!" Now, I find myself being pulled back, almost as though I haven't finished what I needed to...
  18. Shauna

    Alternative accommodation

    we are planning our camino for June and just wondered if there was accommodation along the way such as bed and breakfast or pension, rather than albergue? As we have less time this year we will be walking further so I would like to book some rooms along the way.
  19. C

    Sleeping bags for Camino Ingles?

    We are first timers planning to walk the Camino Ingles in a few weeks. I've heard different things about whether you need a sleeping bag if you are staying in the albergues. Is there central heating, or is it more basic than that? We weren't planning to bring bags but perhaps that's a choice we...
  20. R

    Accommodation at O Porriño

    Hi - I have been looking at accommodation options at O Porriño and there don't seem to be many choices. I generally prefer to have my own room if at all possible because I can't sleep through loud snoring, even with ear plugs. I have seen good reviews of Hotel Azul but it hasn't responded to my...


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