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Cbok82

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September 18
I arrive in SJPDP on Thursday from Dublin with my sister. We dont have the luxury of time to complete a whole Camino so we will finish in Pamplona.
I walked the last 100km last year from Sarria, I'm expecting a very different Camino this time.
Can anyone tell me how frequently I will come across an ATM machine?
Any other tips for this stretch would be welcome 😊
 

Dave C.

Active Member
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Francis (2016)
SJ to Santo Domingo (2017)
Santo Domingo to Fromista (2018)
SJPdP to Burgos (2019)
Since you are only walking 4-5 days I would carry the euros you will need for that section and go to an ATM in Pamplona. That section is relatively inexpensive and ATMs are plentiful once you arrive in Pamplona.
Buen Camino.
 

Faye Walker

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CF 2014, CF 2018, CP 2019 from Coimbra
Yes, as you are leaving from Dublin, you might as well get your first withdrawal at home. Just multiply your daily budget by number of days -- 4-5?
I honestly can't recall if there were ATMs in places like Bizkarette, Zubiri, Larrasoaña... maybe? But most pilgrims anyway are running on initial withdrawals made in Saint Jean until they arrive in Pamplona.
 

Davey Boyd

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Camino(s) past & future
Again, soon as possible!
The only cash point I know of on that stretch is Zubiri. They may be possibly one before but don't count on it. Zubiri to Pamplona there are none.

Might as well take the cash you need with you. Use Zubiri as an emergency if needed.

Davey
 

SFletcher

Una flecha sigue una flecha
Camino(s) past & future
SJPdP - Pamplona (2018); Pamplona - Burgos (2019)
There is also an ATM in Burguette, first village after Roncesvalles. The Santander branch is just where the Camino turns right off the main street.
 

steve 217

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Camino frances planning via del la plata
Im heading SJDPP. On Sat walking with a pal to Pamplona its his introduction to the Camino weather looks changeable any reports as to conditions on the ground ?
 
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