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El Cubo de Tierra del Vino

Private (20, 14€) Albergue Torre de Sabre, signposted to the right of the Camino, on Calle Travesía de la Ermita. Laundry facilities. They also do meals and a Spanish breakfast. Singles 24€. Tel 697 759 418 or 633 424 321

Private (10, 12€) Albergue F y M, which is just left of the Camino, on Calle García de la Serna. Kitchen, laundry facilities. They also have private rooms. Wine and tapas on arrival. Excellent reports. Website www.alberguefym.com Tel 685 808 085 *** Closed since the beginning of Covid. See our website for updates

Shop on Calle Garcia de la Serna, left off the Camino. Cafés, pharmacy on the Camino. Café Bar El Charro, on the square does meals and may open in the morning.

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