With Triacastela being an obligatory end and beginning stage, almost, the town has a number of establishments to accommodate pilgrims. The public hostel is situated at the entrance of the centre in a privileged location, on the banks of the river Oribio, and surrounded by a large meadow where it is possible to camp during busy periods. In addition, there are five private hostels.
El Complexo Jacobean, comfortable and central, the welcoming O Horto Abel, built of stone, Aitzenea, O Berce do Caminho and Refugio del Oribio. Those seeking a little more privacy can spend the night in Casa David (rooms with a small plot of uncovered land), in the Complexo Xacobeo (it has something for everyone) or Casa Olga.
All of these have double rooms at a similar price (around 40 euros per night). In Triacastela there are five rural houses (Casa Xato, Casa Quiroga, Casa Pacios, Casa Veiga and, Casa Tecelán). The Jacobean route does not pass directly through these establishments; however, all of them offer sufficient amenities. View all hostels See the rest of accommodation
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