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How do Camino de Santiago albergues look like?

Some of the Camino de Santiago albergues through my eyes.

More information about albergues here.

Camino-de-Santiago-1st-day

The garden of the albergue; it was nice and quiet, lots of trees heavy with apples and clothes horse heavy with laundry

Camino-de-Santiago-1st-day-Rabanal

First meeting with albergue bedrooms; then I found it crowded; after the albergue O’Cebreiro, I’d say it is almost intimate

 

Camino-de-Santiago-2nd-day-Molinaseca

Ready to explore the village & in front of the lovely albergue. Recommended.

ALBERGUE-DE-PEREGRINOS-AVE-FENIX

We arrived! Albergue Ave Fenix at the front.

ALBERGUE-DE-PEREGRINOS-AVE-FENIX

Albergue – bedroom – Villafranca del Bierzo

Galicia-O-Cebreiro

YES! We’ve made it to the albergue! O Cebreiro.

Galicia-O-Cebreiro-albergue

No privacy here. O Cebreiro

Albergue A horta de Abel

Albergue A horta de Abel from the outside. Triacastela.

Albergue A horta de Abel

Each room had its own bathroom – what luxury :) Triacastela

Albergue A horta de Abel

The room was really stylish and accommodated only 8 people

Albergue -Casa-Barbadelo

My favourite albergue. Barbadelo

Albergue -Casa-Barbadelo

Barbadelo

Albergue -Casa-Barbadelo

Albergue Casa Barbadelo

Gonzar Albergue

Albergue Casa Garcia Gonzar

Albergue O Cruceiro Melide

Albergue O Cruceiro – front view. Melide

Albergue O Cruceiro Melide

Albergue O Cruceiro Melide

Albergue O Cruceiro Melide

Kitchen!

Santa Irene

We’d met this one several times already :) Santa Irene.

Santa Irene

The albergue. Santa Irene.

The Last Stamp Albergue

Some cute details in the albergue. Santiago de Compostela.

Santiago de Compostela

Inside The Last Stamp albergue

Negreira

Albergue El Carmen. Negreira.

How do the Albergues look like - Albergue Horreo

Albergue Horreo. Olveiroa.

Camino Day 10 – Santa Irene to Santiago de Compostela – Part 1

There it is – the day we were to reach Santiago de Compostela. Ahead of us were only about 22 km. – well deserved small walk after the last couple of days delivering more than 30 km. daily to our feet – interesting how people’s attitude to distance changes :) . Was I excited that I would finally reach it? Yes, but perhaps not to the extend some people do, simply because for me the end was Finisterre and watching the sun go down over the ocean. Nonetheless, I was really thrilled, curious and impatient to see the place which has been the destination point of pilgrimage for centuries.

So off we went…

Last day to Santiago

Age variety