|Tel. number||+34 980 645 244 / +34 626 239 852|
|Address||C/ Santa Marta nº 3, bajo, 49626 Santa Croya de Tera (Zamora)|
Our story begins in 1991. Anita and Domingo (my parents), worked at the summer terrace El Curtidero, at which reaches their ears the first news of the Camino from the voice of a pilgrim from Belgium. They began to satisfy their curiosity by asking questions and from there began to emerge the first hopes of a project, a way of life, a hostel to serve the pilgrims.
Later in the year 1999 they registered 6 pilgrims, 16 in 2000 and 120 in 2001. The construction of the hostel dates back to 2002, but the opening came later. Camino de Santiago associations in different parts of Spain with Father Blas of Fuenterroble Salvatierra (Salamanca) organized a nice arriera march for the event. Casa Anita is the first hostel for pilgrims in the province of Zamora, and since its opening we work in a constant way to make our guests stay as pleasant as possible, trying to renew ourselves, improving our facilities and providing all the necessary information as for Camino de Santiago, services, attractions, etc.
Our philosophy: Offer a top quality service, dedication and personal attention.
* Ask prices for stays longer than 7 nights
Reservation is recommended.
March to October: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 to 23:00 * Ask if you are a group.
November to February: Groups of at least 15 people by reservation. * We study all requests.
Medical care from 10:00 to 12:00 (except Tuesday, +34 980 645 362). Emergencies: in the evenings +34 980 649 038 (medical center Camarzana de Tera) to locate the doctor on call, Drugstore +34 980 645 214, Banco Santander and Caja Spain (from 09:00 to 14:00), public telephone booths in the Plaza Mayor, Bicycle shop (with bicycle repair service); Bakery, Grocery, Butcher, Fish: bars, sports facilities (football, basketball, racquetball, circuit Biosalud, etc.), natural pool, Parish Church of St. public Picnic Thomas the Apostle, playgrounds with large green areas, drinking water sources.
|Tel. number||+34 923 261 473 / +34 622 111 597|
|Address||Calle Quintana 6, 37002 Salamanca|
Hotel Alda Plaza Mayor of Salamanca is located in Salamanca's historic center, a few meters from the main square, surrounded by major monuments and tourist attractions of the city.
The property is housed in a historic building in the old town of Salamanca and has recently been refurbished allowing us to offer quality accommodation in an idyllic setting to spend the night quietly.
At the Hotel Alda Plaza Mayor of Salamanca offer quiet rooms and a friendly and professional service that will make you feel at ease at all times.
Salamanca is a university city par excellence because it can boast of having the oldest university in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe.
The city is always full of students both Spanish and foreigners, who come to study all year or do a Spanish course during a season.
No need to set aside its artistic and cultural importance, in Salamanca you can see all kinds of artistic expressions from Romanesque, Gothic, Plateresque to Baroque. Its majesty and artistic and cultural heritage transfered for centuries has made Salamanca to be declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
This city also captivates you by the friendly and peaceful character of its people and the mysterious atmosphere that permeates each of its streets.
|Tel. number||+34 924 303 183|
|Address||Calle Sagasta 40, 06800 Mérida (Badajoz)|
Two stars guesthouse, completely renovated in 2015 consisting of 25 soundproof rooms (one of them adapted for disabled people). Located in the archaeological heart of Mérida, its location is perfect to explore the city on foot without taking the car. This modern guest house is 100 meters away from the National Museum of Roman Art and 150 meters away from the Roman amphitheater, besides having the Temple of Diana and the Roman Forum in the same street where it is located. It has elevator, wireless internet access and laundry service.
Special room prices for pilgrims and bike-pilgrims.
* Prices include breakfast.
The town was founded in 25 B.C. Named Augusta Emerita by Octavius Augustus, it was a retirement place for Roman army soldiers from two veteran legions of the Cantabrian Wars: Legio V Alaudae and Legio X Gemina. These legions were situated under condition of upgrading the ancient inhabitants to the category of Roman citizens. The city was the capital of the Roman province of Lusitania. "Emeritus" stands for "retired" in Latin and it referred to the soldiers retired with honor. Its citizens were ascribed to the Papiria tribe.
The main attractions of the city are:
|Tel. number||+34 665 261 758|
|Address||C/ Nueva 35 B, 06220 Villafranca de los Barros (Badajoz)|
Recently opened, a few steps from Camino de Santiago and the historic center of the town, in a quiet area, it is the perfect place to rest and prepare for the next stage.
It has 12 beds in 4 rooms, comfortable common areas, free internet, menu, etc. among other services.
You can book your place by calling +34 665 261 758 (Pablo) or by writing an email to email@example.com or by sending a message to the facebook page of Hostel Tierra de Barros.
Opening hours from 10.00 to 22.30 hours, seven days a week (they will lend you the keys if necessary so you can come and go at your convenience).
* Ask for the special prices for bicigrinos *
The hostel is located in Villafranca de los Barros, in the heart of the region of Tierra de Barros, an area of fertile soil known for its extensive vineyards and olive groves. Located in the center of the city, a few meters from the indications of Camino de Santiago, passing through the Church of Sta. María del Valle, by the Town Hall or the Ethnographic Museum, among other areas of interest.
The hostel is a spacious ground floor house typical of the area, prepared to perform the functions of accommodation for pilgrims. It has 12 beds (8 in bunk beds and 4 individual beds) distributed in 4 rooms for 6, 3, 2 and 1 person, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen-office, a large living room, patio with porch and terrace, utility room, area where save and set up bikes, etc.. It is an ideal place to rest for the next stage, as it is a house with thick walls, which make it very cool in summer to withstand the days of intense heat of Extremadura. It also has air conditioning and heating.
The owner and person in charge of the hostel is Pablo Garcia, a young biologist who decided to turn his passion for nature and bicycles to his lifestyle and job. Having made the Camino twice, once walking from Orense and another on bicycle from Seville, and after seeing the pilgrims pass every day through his town, Villafranca de los Barros, his dream has come true, Hostel Tierra de Barros.
Hostel Tierra de Barros (C/ Nueva, 35 B. Villafranca de los Barros. Telephone number: +34 665 261 758. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) is located near the center, where you can find the City Hall, Plaza of Spain, the Church of Sta. María del Valle, Corazón de María square, the Ethnographic Museum, as well as various restaurants, pharmacy, ATM, bike shop, grocers, etc.
For those traveling through Vía de la Plata on two wheels, there is a space to let bicycles resting safely, and if you need any repairs, Pablo will not hesitate to help you.
|Tel. number||+34 954 459 960|
|Address||Rodrigo de triana 69, 41010 Sevilla|
Located in a typical Seville house in Triana, the most popular neighborhood in Seville, Hostel Triana in Seville offers you an environment away from the crowds of tourists and only 15 minutes from the Cathedral and Reales Alcazares.
At Hostel Triana in Seville we offer Internet, Wi-Fi, breakfast, kitchen access, heating, air conditioning and linen. All included in the price.
If you want to meet people our common room and our terrace are the ideal place to spend a nice time chatting with friends.
If you are a pilgrim the Hostel Triana in Seville is the best place from which to begin the Silver Way from Seville. Just follow the arrows drawn out of the Hostel that will direct you to to Santiago de Compostela (for the pilgrims we have a special price of 14 € per person and night on all bookings made by mail or by phone).
And also the Hostel Triana in Seville is only two minutes from Betis street, full of bars and terraces near the Guadalquivir river with views to Seville's Giralda, La Maestranza and the Torre del Oro.
Vía de la Plata awaits you with 1000 km of paths to Santiago de Compostela and what better place to start than the Hostel Triana! In the Hostel Triana in Seville we offer to Bicigrinos:
With the transport service of the website of bicigrino you can send your bike and we store it without any problem until you arrive, so you can start Vía de la Plata without any problem and the transport of the bicycle is not a deterrent. We will keep your bike until you arrive.
The house where the hostel is located was an old corral of neighbors built in the late nineteenth century. 10 families lived in the house sharing a bathroom and a kitchen located in the courtyard, the common area and meeting place. It was renovated 13 years ago.
The Triana district has retained the flavor of the old neighborhoods. In the mid-nineteenth century there was built the first stable bridge to communicate with Seville, the Isabel II bridge (better known as Triana bridge).
This traditional isolation led to a feeling of independence that is still preserved. In fact, the main church of the district, Santa Ana, is known as Catedral de Triana. Este aislamiento tradicional dio lugar a un sentimiento de independencia que aún se conserva. De hecho, la principal iglesia del barrio, Santa Ana, se conoce como la "Catedral de Triana".
|Tel. number||+34 687 798 222|
|Address||Rúa da Encarnación 30, 15124 Muxía (A Coruña)|
Bela Muxía is a hostel with all the services to anyone who wants to stop a few days at Muxia after doing the camino de Santiago or vacationers.
A place for culture, which contains athematic exhibition of legends, poems and texts related to the sea and with the culture ofthe area. Created by poets and writers such as Rosalía de Castro, Garcia Lorca, José Saramago, Cesar Antonio Molina and Lopez Abente… and illustrious pilgrims as Nicolás de Popielovo, King Alfonso VII.
Prices and availability on request
Bela Muxía hostel is a space dedicated to all those who want to enjoy a few days ofrest in Muxía (A Costa da Morte) in A Coruña. Stay in our hostel will make the visitor can discover ourmaritime culture, rest and visit in an environment surrounded by nature, beaches, monuments and churches that will never forget.
|Tel. number||+34 981 746 645 / +34 655 130 485 / +34 652 424 200|
|Address||Calle Rafael Juan 44, 15130 Corcubión (A Coruña)|
We are pilgrims and we wish that other pilgrims enjoy the last days of their experience in Camino de Santiago.
If you bring the guide on Camino de Santiago published by Anaya Touring (we are the authors), we will apply a 10% discount on the room.
We have created a unique and friendly stamp for your credential. We have a room to keep your bicycles and we also offer laundry service.
We will inform you about all the places linked to the Jacobean tradition at the End of the World, and how to get to them.
We can pick you up in Finisterre and arrange your trip back to Santiago.
Casa da Balea or the “Whale´s Home” is a charming little Rustic Guesthouse in the historic centre of Corcubión, a fishing village with a historical-artistic complex. As the name suggests, it is the first theme accommodation in Spain dedicated to the world of whales.
The Way of Saint James passes right in front of our main door leading thousands of pilgrims each year towards Fisterra.
We have a facade with terraces and a garden that runs onto the seaside promenade. The house offers splendid views over the old quarter, the port and the inlet of Corcubión together with the mythic Mount Pindo. The beach of Quenxe is only a ten-minute walk from us.
The building, which is a traditional Galician stone house with open and windowed balconies, is more than a hundred years old and has been renovated with care. You will be surprised at seeing both the carefully chosen decoration that reflects our marine and whale theme and our rooms that are all decorated in a different style boasting works of art and handicrafts.
Besides Spanish and Galician, we speak English, Italian, Hungarian and Portuguese. We offer a friendly, family environment with personalized attention and as we are professionals in the world of travel and tourist publications, we can provide you with information on the area so that you could make the most of your stay at this End of the World.
We are mostly concerned about the protection of nature and this is shown by our use of green energy sources, recycling and the use of products from our own garden.
Consult prices at: email@example.com or 981 746 645.
10% discount on the room if you bring the guide on Camino de Santiago published by ANAYA.
en la habitación si traes la guía de ANAYA del Camino de Santiago.
Collection service in the evenings, in Fisterra, at no cost.
The collection site will be the port.
Breakfast service: from 9:00 to 11:00.
(if you want to leave earlier, let us know in advance).
All our beds have high quality visco elastic foam mattresses. In order to make sure your sleep is absolutely comfortable, we have chosen queen-sized mattresses of 200 cm of length and 150 cm of width.
We offer breakfasts that include toasts, pastries or sponge cakes, fruit or yogurt, fresh orange juice, cheese portions, jam, butter, coffee, tea or cocoa, etc.
|Tel. number||+34 981 585 667 / +34 981 584 611|
|Address||Rua Tras de Santa Clara s/n, 15704 Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña)|
Charging point for electric bicycles
Our central establishment is located in the Monument Area of Santiago de Compostela, 10 minutes from the Cathedral, in the heart of the historic centre of this Galician city.
Its excellent location close to the Santo Domingo de Bonaval Park will allow you to enjoy a quiet stroll or a relaxing read. You can also visit the nearby Galician Contemporary Art Centre (CGAC) or the Pobo Galego Museum.
The building was formerly a students' hall of residence, and has now been converted into a 1-star Hotel with a traditional, functional and practical style. Our central location, wide range of facilities, hospitable staff and economical prices will all make for an enjoyable stay.
*Peak season: from 1st of July to 30th of September and en Holy Week.
**Off season: Rest of the year.
Special rates for groups, conferences and company meetings.
|Tel. number||+34 647 741 546 (Javi) / +34 647 741 545 (Nerea)|
|Address||Regüela, 27229 Friol, (Lugo)|
Charging point for electric bicycles
Rural hotel in the Northern Way
Bi Terra, two lands Basque-Galician, Galician-Basque, our hearts are between both places. Two lands and two ways to enjoy this place: rest in our hotel or taste our seriously good homemade recipes in our restaurant, where you can find Galician and Basque cooking.
Duality, this is the main word. You also find this in the buildings that formed Bi terra.
The hotel building is over 200 years old, it was uninhabited almost 15 years and, little by little, it was falling into ruin until we arrived and rescued it. Turn it around from the foundations to the roof. The result… you have to see for yourself. It is a mix of wood, slate, glass, iron, stainless steel… rustic and modern carefully balanced.
The restaurant, in contrast, is a new construction but integrates well into the rural environment. To appreciate the decoration inside, there is no better way than sitting and tasting our recipes made with local products.
The surrounding area… what could we say about it? Many of the people who have spent their holidays here say they could breathe peace in our land. You can listen to the silence, the whistling of the wind, birds waking to the first rays of the morning sun, the tinkling of cow bells. It is Mother Nature speaking.
Come to Bi terra and disconnect, clear your mind, leave your children roam free. You can create your perfect holiday with us.
Bi terra, unique spaces.
Prices on request, depending on the season and special offers
Make consultation on behalf of Bicigrino at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. +34 982 183 746
Mobile +34 647 74 15 45
The bar and the restaurant are located in a separated building in front of the hotel. We wanted to put them apart in order to not disturb our guests.
The bar is a good place to refresh or, depending on the time of the year, to warm you. Enjoying the quiet or drinking with your travel mates, talking with us or with some of our cheerful neighbours.
When it´s time to eat you can close to our dining room to savour the delicious tastes of our homemade breakfasts, for example. We make then with fresh local milk and our bread which is made freshly in a local wood-fire oven.
Also, we have a mixed menu for lunch and dinner based on Galician and Basque cuisines.
What about our Rooms…
In the hotel, we have one modified bedroom on the ground floor for disable visitors… On the first floor, we have seven ensuited double rooms. One of these is a lovely double room with a hydro massage bath and a balcony. At the attic we offer a penthouse room also with a hydro massage bath, a large shower and a small living room. This is a special room from where you can see the stars without leaving the bed.
All these nine cozy bedrooms have a delicate decoration and are provided with central heating.
There are available communal areas such as a reading space and two living rooms with a typical open-fire place for those cold autumn and winter evenings when you want to sit down and relax contemplating the dancing flames.
If you can´t leave your computer at home for a few days, we have available free Wi-Fi. Also we can offer a variety of board games to spend your free time with your friends.
|Tel. number||+34 982 508 005 / +34 647 453 696 (Cesar)|
|Address||Estrada Xeral 23, 27730 Abadín (Lugo)|
Casa Goas pension-restaurant is a family business where you can eat, sleep and have a good time chatting in a friendly environment, currently run as a third generation. Our journey began in 1944.
The hotel has been renovated recently, with modern and functional facilities. After the long climb from the port of Mondoñedo here's a very logical end of stage to combine our arrival in Santiago stopping before at the monastery of Sobrado dos Monxes.
A well-deserved rest after a tough stage.
At Casa Goas Pension-restaurant you will find traditional cuisine with the recipes of our founders that will make you remember Grandma's dishes.
In Casa Goas cafeteria you can have breakfast, eat our sandwiches, or drink beer or wine.
In our pension Gonzalo Moure took inspiration to write the novel The yawn of the puma, a novel whose plot is based on a pilgrim in Camino de Santiago.
At Casa Goas there are a kind of clients for who we have grat admiration: pilgrims of the Northern Way of Camino de Santiago.