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Municipal hostel (20, 5€) in the old school building, on the right of the main road before the village. Kitchen. Tel 685 070 072 or the contact details on the door.

The Camino joins the main road at the municipal hostel and then follows it north through the village. Coviran Supermarket, down a street to the left at the bus stop, bakery on the Camino on the left. Restaurante Rosamari is very welcoming and does good food and excellent tapas and opens about 07:30, it's on the Camino near the end of the village. Guesthouse El Asturiano has modern facilities and rooms from about 10€. It's next to the petrol station at the southern end of the village. Tel 685 900 114. Casa Rural El Molino de Castilla in a renovated mill on the main road just before Restaurante Rosamari. They have a nice enclosed garden with a swimming pool. Singles from 20€ (special pilgrim price). Tel 655 014 076. Casa Rural El Tío Bartolo on Calle Carlos Pinilla, turn left for Corviran, then right, then left. 20€ breakfast included. Tel 650 405 236

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