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Dumbría, situated just over 8 kilometres from the beginning of the stage, is a good destination for those pilgrims who prefer to have breakfast part way through the journey.

Iglesia de Santa Baia de Dumbría / Fotografía de Ana García

Iglesia de Santa Baia de Dumbría / Fotografía de Ana García

Throughout this urban journey they will find a number of café-bars where they can have a snack, such as in O Tuto, Tarrelo, Truanés (with a supermarket) and Suárez. The most popular restaurant in the area is Mesón O Argentino, owned by the guesthouse of the same name (consult the section on accommodation).


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