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Pedrouzo Hostels & Accommodations

Hotel Restaurante O Pino ©Street View

Hotel Restaurante O Pino ©Street View

In the council of O Pino there are two public albergues, one is situated in the centre of Pedrouzo and the other is located in Santa Irene, through which the Camino passes.

To reach the one in Pedrouzo walkers should deviate from the pilgrim route, as it does not go through the centre of the enclave. In its favour it has a capacity for 126 and offers a variety of services, including a stables.

Despite this hikers are not likely to get much sleep because of their excitement for being so close to the goal. In Santa Irene they only have 36 places and because of its location, next to the N-547, it is recommended to those pilgrims looking for more tranquillity. The hostel occupies a building that previously served as the town hall.

The Council also allow pilgrims travelling in groups to sleep in a pavilion during the busier months of July and August. Only groups of 30 or more are permitted to stay in the pavilion and prior reservation is required. Consult all conditions on this link. Pilgrims choosing to deviate from the route and stay in Pedrouzo will encounter various types of accommodation, comprising mainly of private albergues (four), hotels, hostels and, numerous guesthouses.

Many of them, located towards the outskirts and close to the pilgrim route, offer very reasonable prices. Hikers do, however, need to consider that many establishments only open from Easter onwards, when there are a higher number of pilgrims. Some have special offers for groups of over 10 people.   See all Albergues See the rest of accommodation

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pin estrada 18/10/17 13:46:41
El Camino Francés termina en Melide, donde se une al Camino Primitivo. Por tanto, O Pino no tiene ni un metro en el Camino Francés, obviamente. Los tiene todos en el más antiguo Camino Primitivo.
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pin estrada 04/11/2017 12:19:56
Si el Primitivo es el más antiguo, quiere decir que antes de que llegara el “Francés” a Melide ya se iba a Santiago desde dicha población. Por lo tanto, cuando el “Francés” llega a Melide, termina, porque se une a uno preexistente, el Primitivo.
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Javier Laureano Moreno Bernal 18/10/2017 15:07:30
Es correcto el primitivo como su nombre indica es el primero... aunque no tenga el tirón del francés pero es correcto
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