albergue

  1. R

    Looking for hospitalero

    Looking for hospitalero/partner to manage the hostel Albergue el Texu-Camino Primitivo After three years our dear and hospitable Celia has decided to undertake new adventures. During this time she has pampered the travellers who have arrived to our hostal. Our intention is to continue with...
  2. Ludmilla

    Camino Portugues late December

    Dear all, We plan to hike on the Camino Portugues for five to six days after Christmas - 12/27 to 01/01. Will most of the albergues be closed then? Is it more advisable to do the bit Lisbon to Porto, or the section Porto to Santiago de Compostela? How many days will the section Lisbon to Porto...
  3. H

    Irún hostel

    Hello all! I'm headed to Irún on Wednesday and had planned on staying in the Albergue Municipal. However, it looks like it will be closed already for the year--does anyone know of an alternative place to stay? I've tried calling the Municipal but cannot get through. Thanks! HJ
  4. Joaquim Marques Nielsen

    Lost Grey Columbia mens shorts (Medium)

    Hello fellow pilgrims! I'm pretty sure that I lost my shorts in the Albergue Espíritu Santo in Carrión de los Condes. Have you seen them or brought them with you by any chance? Thank you.
  5. benchmarx

    All the lodgings along the Camino Francés @mycaminobed.com 2017-09-25

    mycaminobed.com gives the pilgrim the power of modern mobile communications technology to look further down the Camino path and see the possible lodging options and make contact with those accommodations in advance of their arrival. With geo-location services activated on a mobile device...
  6. judy jackstadt

    What to do?

    Only twice all the way from St Jean to Finisterra was I unhappy with my albergue. One albergue was not very clean. I had a hard time obtaining toilet paper from the hospitalero and the showers were awful (mildew and flooded the whole bathroom.). Another, I knew the second I walked in. It had an...
  7. Albergue Moinho Garcia

    Albergue Moinho Garcia

    New hostel in Pinheiro da Bemposta, backyard
  8. 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...
  9. M

    New albergue at caminho portugues

    Hey Pilgrims, new hostel "Moinho Garcia" on the caminho portugues in Pinheiro da Bemposta, Oliveira de Azemeis, about 6 km after Albergeria Velha. An old watermill with six bed bunkbed, four bed bunkbed room and doublebed room, big garden, river, waterfalls and barbecue area. Thanks...
  10. JohnnieWalker

    New route from Leiro to Hospital de Bruma/Meson do Vento

    Camino Ingles - new route from Leiro to Bruma. For those soon walking the Camino Ingles I'd like to reassure you about this new route - I think it is excellent and of great benefit to pilgrims. Although there is still the elevation it is over a much longer distance and therefore is much more...
  11. hecate105

    Cadiz to Santiago on the Via de la Plata, by bicycle

    A Welshman, an Englishwoman, a Thai lady and two accidental American pilgrims cycle the Via Augusta and the Via de la Plata - well they would wouldn't they...! https://arcadiaramblings.wordpress.com/2017/08/10/pilgrimage-from-cadiz-to-santiago/
  12. M

    Albergue closures

    Which albergues, hostels, etc. are closed for winter? When do they close?
  13. R

    Walking solo.

    Hey there, I plan to walk the Camino de Ingles on 18 July. I have bought the Johnnie Walker guide which is a great source of info and so on top of that I would hugely appreciate any guidance other pilgrims might offer me here. I walked The Francis last year with my son and so this year...
  14. 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...
  15. Richard Ray

    Albergue Blues (A Camino Song)

    I grew sick of albergues by the time I finished the Camino Frances in 2016. I made up these lyrics to the tune of “Long Tall Mama Blues" by Jimmy Rogers () while walking one day: I been a-walkin' all over Spain Ain't used a car, a bus, or a train I've walked holes in both my hikin' shoes. At...
  16. Luka

    Albergue Ribadesella closed?

    On this website it says that the albergue in Ribadesella is closed (without any further explanation): https://reaj.com/albergues/juvenil-roberto-frassinelli/ Has anyone passed it recently? Any alternatives in the vicinity?
  17. D

    New albergue in Saians, Portugese coastal route (8kms before Vigo)

    The Saians Neighbours Association have recently opened a small Albergue in their centre, only 5 minutes walk from the main route (next to Saians Church). It has 8 bunks and a shower. Breakfasts are available in the cafe/bar and hot meals at nearby bar "O Bolo". The Association's hours are...
  18. Charles Zammit

    de la Orden de Malta

    Being of Maltese heritage and with a somewhat tenuous ancestral link to the Knights of St John I am keen to visit those sites that have links to Malta . One of these is the Albergue de Peregrinos de la Orden de Malta in Pamplona . If anyone has stayed there and could perhaps give me a warts and...
  19. Susi Swain

    New albergue Casa Susi,Trabadelo

    Hello my name is Susi I am Australian and I walked 10 Camino's and decided to change my life So this year after a year of renovations on a 300 year old 'casa' I opened my doors for the first time I have 12 single beds,2 full bathrooms, relaxation room and a welcome area where I serve a home...
  20. lauratherings

    Starting Camino - May 20

    Hi, I'm starting my first Camino from SJPdP on May 20 and have booked a hotel for the first night and a hostel for the final two nights. I've also made inquiries to book for Refuge Orisson (I can't wait to get onto the viewing platform a glass of wine there!). But should I book more...