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Monesterio

Parish (14, 10€) Albergue Parroquial de Monesterio, on the Camino on the left, at 218 Avenida Extremadura. Kitchen. Nice albergue, modern and clean with good facilities. Tel 924 516 097

Municipal (50, 10€) Albergue Las Moreras, on Calle Ronda Segura de León, signposted left from the Camino just before the parish albergue, about a 10 minute walk. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Open to non pilgrims. Tel 647 234 400 Website www.alberguemonesterio.com Open 12:00  *** Closed since the beginning of Covid. See our website for updates

Hotel Moya on the left, singles 25€, doubles 36€. Café / restaurant. Tel 637 766 793

Hostal Extremadura further along on the right, singles for 15€. Tel 626 813 079 or 615 148 541

Hotel Leo, on the way out of town on the left, singles from 39€. Café which opens early. Tel 924 516 428

Hostal El Pilar has singles for 28€, doubles 40€. Tel 656 876 475

Cafés, shops, banks and pharmacies are all to be found along the Camino as it follows Avenida Extremadura through town. Supermarket just past the parish albergue on left. Good reports about restaurant el Rinconcillo which is near the end of Avenida Extremadura, on Plaza de Triana. Mesón Casa Juan, near the parish albergue has been recommended. As has Bar El Cono, past the parish albergue on the right. El Melli, also past the parish albergue opens early with freshly made, country style churros. Across the road, Café La Paca opens at 07:00.

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