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Thank you! Would you recommend booking in advance where possible to save cost?Edited: April isn't really "off" season. The Easter weekend triggers a mass-migration of over-wintered Pilgrims from wherever they've hunkered down. www.gronze.com is a pretty good resource for identifying accommodations. It's in Spanish but easily translated by your favourite browser and both comprehensive and up-to-date. Pilgrim, Albergue, accommodation is a bit thin on the ground compared to the Camino Frances but there are plenty of in-expensive Hostals and Hotels
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I'm not sure that booking in advance will save you any money other than that you will be assured of a bed at a known price in a known placeThank you! Would you recommend booking in advance where possible to save cost?
This is amazing wisepilgrim - so valuable to have 2 resources to reference.I have recently updated many of the opening times on wisepilgrim.com and soon will add the ability to filter by open properties, making it easier to eliminate all of the closed properties from view.
I would not recommend booking any more than a day ahead. The joy of my camino was the itinerary I built as I was walking, some days short, some days longer.Thank you! Would you recommend booking in advance where possible to save cost?