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LIST OF GITES LE PUY to St JEAN PP

André Hospitalet

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Inside our website we have list many gites that we known with night price egal or lower than 15€00, kitchen and demi pension reasonable price:
It is possible to walk the way of le Puy and save your budget. That is a source of Inside peace.
We think also that simplicity is the key to walk to Compostelle in pilgrim spirit.
Father André
Christian Orthodox gite Hospitalet Saint Jacques
Aire sur l'Adour
 

falcon269

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Camino(s) past & future
yes
So many familiar names!! The prices have increased a bit faster than on the Camino Frances, but not by much. Prices are comparable to the final two weeks into Santiago on the Camino Frances. While I recommend the demipension, it will cost you at least 10E more than a night in Spain.

The route is so different from the Camino Frances. Churches and chapels are open (occasionally you need to knock on the door next to a church to have it unlocked; or ask at the town bar). The food is much less routine than the menu peregrino in Spain. A fair number of the gites are owner occupied, and the food and conversation is amazing if only because of the smaller group.

Repeat peregrinos should seriously consider moving outside their comfort zone of the Camino Frances and walk the Chemin de St. Jacques.:)

Aire sur l'Adour is among my favorite towns.;)
 

H Richards

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
June 2017 Francés
Oct 2017 Incomplete Le Puy / Francés
June/July 2018 Norte
Oct/Nov 2018 Francés
Inside our website we have list many gites that we known with night price egal or lower than 15€00, kitchen and demi pension reasonable price:
Thank you for the information.

Could you explain what it means when you write Nuit 14€90, for instance. What are the 14 and the 90 here?
 

Flem

Old man
Camino(s) past & future
2015 - 2019 several caminos (7 differents)
Also thanks for the info's from me it rearly helps me in planing my pilgrimage. And maybe it's not the right place, but the question about booking accomodations along the trail still standing.
Some guides advice to book and others advice not to giving that you are a solopilgrim.
Could you pilgrim tell about you experience on the book or not book walking pilgrimage in France.
Thanks in anvance.
 

biarritzdon

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF11, CF12, CP13, CF14, CA15, S.Anton15, CF&CI15
Ditch Pig16, CF&CP17, CdN18, CM18, CF18, LePuy19
I don't know yet but I'm planning on walking in June and was warned by someone who walked last year that booking ahead a day or two is wise because of the lack of accomodations. I am walking the Cele variant and I have definitely gone ahead and pre-booked that week .
 

LesBrass

Likes Walking
Camino(s) past & future
yes...
Repeat peregrinos should seriously consider moving outside their comfort zone of the Camino Frances and walk the Chemin de St. Jacques.:)
My plan is to start around the 25th September 2020... I don't want to tempt fate by saying I am starting... but lets say that I have a very good plan ;)
 

falcon269

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Camino(s) past & future
yes
Could you pilgrim tell about you experience on the book or not book walking pilgrimage in France.
Most of the pilgrims are French, and they book. Therefore, you should too. If your telephone French is bad, have the host or the tourist office call for you. Booking one or two days in advance usually is sufficient. As much as anything, it is about not wandering town looking for a bed. Let your dialing fingers do the walking!

Even the municipal gites take reservations. Cancel the reservations you will not use as soon as you can to free up the bed for someone else (you might be the "someone else" the next day). Nothing irks the French more than the rudeness of a pilgrim who does not cancel. Even really bad French is not as irksome as the empty bed.:)
 
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Inside our website we have list many gites that we known with night price egal or lower than 15€00, kitchen and demi pension reasonable price:
It is possible to walk the way of le Puy and save your budget. That is a source of Inside peace.
We think also that simplicity is the key to walk to Compostelle in pilgrim spirit.
Father André
Christian Orthodox gite Hospitalet Saint Jacques
Aire sur l'Adour
Looks like a tranqile place to rest.
 

alhartman

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
2005 2007 Frances
2016 Leon to Santiago
Great resource!!
And I must say that the ultimate walking experience is LePuy plus Camino Frances. If you have 70+ days, it is the best of all worlds (at least my 2013 walk was). The two Caminos are totally different experiences!! France is a bit more expensive than Spain--about a daily 40eu vs 30eu for the basics.
 

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