A sufficient number of bars and restaurants make it easy for passing hikers to acquire food supplies. Apart from cafes and other establishments in the urban centre and, in the parish of Cambre, there are a handful of places where pilgrims can have something to eat at midday.
A good option is the traditional Casa Celia, a popular restaurant with more than 70 years of experience. Market food, local products and an extensive choice of wines, await the visitors in the parish of Anceis, located at the foot of the Camino. It is not necessary to stray far from the pilgrim path to find the restaurant/guesthouse Meson Vasco, located in A Telva.
This establishment is also the only guesthouse situated close to the pilgrim route within this council. Before abandoning Cambre and arriving in Carral walkers will pass A Xira, a small location and, home to the restaurant Casa Germán, curious bar that serves local wines to its customers in personalised bowls.
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