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Accomodation after Lugo?

Anamya

Keeping it simple
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#1
Hi there!

I'm doing some research on the last 100km on the Primitivo. If you start in Lugo, what are options on accomodation (all sorts, albergues, privates, hotel, luxury...) available for a first stop after Lugo, around the 20km mark?

On Gronze and Eroski, I see accomodation in San Roman da Retorta and Ferreira. Anything else in between?

EDIT: This link, posted in another thread about food, is very useful:
https://www.anavedeferreira.com/the-primitive-way/plan-your-stage-from-lugo/?lang=en
Just wondering if there are any more options :)
 
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#2
Hola Anamya, I walked there 5 weeks ago but I don't remember anything else except for 2 albergues in San Roman da Retorta. I stayed at Albergue O Cándido.
 

Thomas1962

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2010: Porto - SdC - Finisterra 2011: E4 on Crete 2012: Le Puy - SJPdP 2013: Camino Madrid -> Del Salvador -> Primitivo 2014: European Peace Walk. 2015: Amsterdam - SdC & Barcelona -Burgos. 2016:Norte & hospitalero
#3
In this part of the resource section you can also find a link to a list of albergues for the whole Primitivo. It is in KML, GPX and PDF.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2016)
Camino del Norte y Primitivo (2018)
#4
We stayed at Cruz Ferreira in May, on the east side of Ferreira. I believe it was about 7k from San Roman de Retorta. As best I recall, we were the only pilgrims at the albergue that night. Although I'm sure the hospitalero was disappointed with the lack of pilgrims, he took very good care of us.
 
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Camino del Norte / Primitivo Sept-Oct 2017
Camino del Norte (2019)
#5
We stayed at Case da Ponte in Ferreira in Sept 2017. I only wish that I had been more awake in the morning to have taken a picture of the innkeeper blowing us kisses as we got an early start the next morning! It was 29km from Lugo, and the people that we met that day tried to get rooms at the same Casa Rural, but they were filled.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_R...te-Palas_de_Rei_Province_of_Lugo_Galicia.html
 

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Anamya

Keeping it simple
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2015)
Camino Portugues (2017)
Lebaniego (Planning)
#6
I don't remember anything else except for 2 albergues in San Roman da Retorta. I stayed at Albergue O Cándido.
Was it ok? It will be a relative's first day of walk, i did not want to ush much further than 20km to start.
 

Davey Boyd

Veteran Member
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Seven Compostelas in Three years and counting......
#7
Was it ok? It will be a relative's first day of walk, i did not want to ush much further than 20km to start.
I have stayed at Albergue Candido twice now, and thoroughly enjoyed both times

Davey
 
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances, Norte, Ingles, Primitivo, Aragones, Vasco, SanSalvador, Fisterre, Muxia - more than once
#8
Was it ok? It will be a relative's first day of walk, i did not want to ush much further than 20km to start.
Although they have received some negative comments on Gronze https://www.gronze.com/galicia/lugo/san-roman-da-retorta/albergue-candido, I was happy to stay there. It was a bit tiring day with lots of asphalt and with some rain when I arrived so I was extremely happy I could get a bed. (I know the other albergue is very small and I had no chance to get a place there at 5 pm.) There were a lot of Spanish youngsters so the 2 hospitaleros were very busy but kind and helpful. To my surprise, I was allone in a 3-bed room with a bathroom and paid only 10 Euros. Hurra! :D
 

JOSEPH SITKO

One foot in front of the other
Camino(s) past & future
primitive / green
#10
Hola Anamya
I have an alternative route for you . I returned in May from my Camino Primativo / Verde / Norte .
I found an alternate route from Lugo to Santiago that will bypass all but the last days walk to Santiago.
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/com...itivo-to-norte-yes-you-can.42599/#post-452967
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/com...o-frances-later-off-the-camino-del-norte.509/
These two links in this forum explain the route.
I did it in 5 days /4 nights, the longest days were 24km (twice).
If you like quiet and peaceful walking in the Spanish countryside I recommend it.
CIAO Camino bypass.jpg
 

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