<<< Previous Place Next Place >>>

11km to...

Casar de Cáceres

Municipal hostel (18, 5€) Follow the Camino into town until you come to the Town Hall / Ayuntamiento on your right, the hostel's on your left. Ask in Bar Majuca or Bar El Siglo for the keys, or the Tourist Information office which is across the square. Kitchen, laundry facilities. The first room suffers from being too close to the toilets with their noisy extractor fan. Possibly also earplugs needed at weekends due to the town's riotous night-life.

Día supermarket on the Camino on the way into town. Cafés, shops, banks and a pharmacy on the Camino near the municipal hostel.

Bar Majuca is friendly and does excellent food. Bar El Siglo has also been recommended. A Churrería on Calle Barrio Nuevo opens at 06:00, from the door of the municipal hostel pass through the arch opposite and take the first left. Albergue Turistico Ruta de la Plata is on the left at the beginning of the town, it bills itself as El Albergue however it's more a hotel than an albergue. Singles from 20€, doubles 40€. Tel 927 291 193

The Cheese Museum / Museo del Queso, showcases Casar's tradition cheese. It's open in the evenings. It's on the way to the Churrería mentioned above.

Accommodation on Booking.com

(NOTE: check the location of properties on this list, some accommodation is not on the Camino)

albergue rural vía de la plataApartamento BarbanchoApartamentos AndradaApatamentos Andrada Nisa 2Casa BatallaLa Encarnación

Or here to go to the Vía de la Plata Guide website.


About the Vía de la Plata Guide

The free guide

The free guide is, as its name suggests, free! It contains the same information about pilgrim hostels and pilgrim facilities as the full guide but it doesn't contain the maps, historical information, sights, etc. You can get a copy of the free guide to download in PDF format from our download page.

The full guide

The full Walking Guide to the Vía de la Plata has the following:

  • Urban maps of towns and cities and detailed maps of the Vía de la Plata in rural areas
  • Lots of information about historic sites along the Vía de la Plata's route

If you'd like to see what it looks like you can download a samples from here the first 20 pages of the Walking Guide to the Vía de la Plata

You can get the full guide as a PDF document to download by making a US$5 donation to this website (see the bottom of this page).

For your donation you'll also get a PDF copy of our the definitive guide to preparing for the Camino. It's got loads of information about:

  • Packing: what to bring and (all importantly) what not to bring
  • Health and safety: how to avoid, or if necessary, deal with blisters, bedbugs, heatstroke and other hazards
  • What to expect on “the Way”: What's a typical Camino day?
  • Communicating: with useful words and phrases in Spanish?
  • History of the Camino and of Spain: what was the Camino like in the middle ages?

To download a sample of the first 20 pages of Camino de Santiago Practical Preparation and Background, just click here!

The Walking Guide to the Vía de la Plata is also available as an app on Android and Apple (iPhone) mobile phones. For links to the apps see here.

Donate!

Your donation will help ensure that this guide to the Camino de Santiago continues to be updated every year and continues to be made freely available to pilgrims.

Also, if you donate at least US$5 you get access to the full guide to download in PDF format. The full guide has all the maps, altitude profiles, history and sightseeing information which isn't in the free one. You'll also be able to download a copy of Practical Preparation and Background the indispensable guide for first-time pilgrims, with all you need to know about packing, planning, etc.


Donate US$5

Donate US$10


Please note: credit card transactions are handled by PayPal. We do not store any of your credit card information nor do we have access to it.

<<< Previous Place Next Place >>>

Copyright © Gerald Kelly 2020. All text and photos.