Given that this centre survives mainly on tourism and the Camino of Santiago pilgrims should find no trouble in locating a place to have breakfast or lunch. Early in the morning a good option may be in the vicinity of the Place of Charles de Gaulle, where there are many bars offering full breakfasts.
At lunch time several establishments that serve a menu of the day, for around 12 or 13 euros, and even a pilgrim's daily menu, normally priced one or two euros cheaper. Spanish walkers should bear in mind that in France Lunch and dinner is eaten earlier, lunch around 13.00 hours and dinner from 19.00 hours, a custom that, due to the international nature of the Camino of Santiago, has also spread throughout the entire French route. On a gastronomic level, visitors are recommended to try the local goat cheese, pastries and, of course Irouléguy wine.
© Copyright LA VOZ DE GALICIA S.A. Polígono de Sabón, Arteixo, A CORUÑA (ESPAÑA) Inscrita en el Registro Mercantil de A Coruña en el Tomo 2438 del Archivo, Sección General, a los folios 91 y siguientes, hoja C-2141. CIF: A-15000649