|Tel. number||+34 985 636 207 / +34 661 705 680|
|Address||Rozadela-Lois-Figueras, Castropol (Asturias)|
OPEN ALL YEAR
Charging point for electric bicycles
Recently built hostel with spacious and functional facilities. Just before the bridge over a natural border between Asturias and Galicia. A good place to stop your bicycle and end the stage.
We are in Castropol (Asturias) specifically in Figueras, northern Camino de Santiago.
We have rooms with bathroom for 20 people, bar, restaurant, garden.
- Hostel: 15 € in bunk bed.
- Double room: 40 €
- Double room for one person: 30 €
- Breakfast: 3 €
- Special breakfast: 5 €
- Daily menu: 9 €
20 total beds distributed as follows:
16 beds, bunks. 2 of the rooms have 5 beds and the other one has 6.
The hostel has 2 double bedrooms and 3 shared bedrooms with shared bathroom in each.
We are open all day from 7:00.
In our hostel in addition to the necessary services for you, you can also perform maintenance operations to your bicycle (we have washing area).
Bar and laundry service.
The village of Figueras is the most populous municipality of Castropol, despite not being the capital of the same locality. It is an enclave characterized by its beauty, situated on the River Eo, geographic feature that marks the border between Asturias and Lugo.
It has basic services such as doctor on duty, pharmacy, post or taxi, as well as several small shops, kiosk and enough bars.
Among the unique buildings in Figueras, both religious and civil or military, we can admire the following ones:
- Palace of Pardo Donlebún, whose central tower dates from the sixteenth century and is sheltered by two symmetrical bodies of later times.
- Church of Santiago, from the seventeenth century, built on a former hospital for pilgrims and whose altarpiece dating from year 179.
- Ermita de la Atalaya, from nineteenth century, but with references to it as early as 1615.
- Arroxo Fort (Fort d'Arroxo), whose origins are contemporary to the ribadense Castillo San Damián as a defensive partnership of the mouth of the River Eo, in the seventeenth century.
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