Casa Loncho (Olveiroa)

Teléfono981 741 673 / 617 026 005
Dirección15151 Olveiroa – Dumbría, A Coruña
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The Albergue Hórreo is an extra service provided by Casa Loncho to all travelers who find themselves on the Camino de Santiaog to Fisterra.

Located in the same area as our rustic pension in Olveiroa, in the borough of Dumbria, the new installations offer our guests all types of services in a family atmosphere.



  • Bed: 12 €.

The price of your stay includes bed sheets, blankets, bedspread and use of kitchen.Inn

  • Double room with private bathroom: 40 €.
  • Triple room with shared bathroom: 50 €.
  • Double room with shared bathroom: 30 €.
  • Individual room with shared bathroom: 25 €.

Other services

  • Breakfast: 3,50 €.


We have 48 beds distributed in five welcoming and comfortable rooms, with heating, adapted for disabled people, ideal for a well deserved rest after a long day of pedalling.

Our bar/shop services has an outdoor terrace and internet service, is the perfect complement to prepare your next journey and a splendid place to enjoy the company of other guests.

  • 5 rooms with heating.
  • 48 beds.
  • Individual lockers.
  • Access adapted for disabled people.
  • Cafe-bar, shop, terraca, Internet, Wi-Fi.
  • Collection of pilgrims.
  • Backpack service.
  • Taxi service.
  • Laundry service.
  • TV room.
  • Kitchen.
  • We accept credit card as a payment method.


Along with six other towns, Olveiroa belongs to the area of Dumbría. In its surroundings we have:

The church of Santiago is located 300 meters away from our inn, surrounded by hórreos (grain storage buildings). This church was built in the late XIIth century, with multiple reforms.

Santa Lucía chapel, built in the late XIIIth and XIVth centuries. It celebrates the popular Easter festival on Easter Monday.

Ponte Olveira, village and bridge near the river Xallas, in which you are able to observe the marvellous river scenery. In this locality took place a battle against the napoleon armies in the year 1809, during the Napoleonic invasion in the Iberian Peninsula.