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Private (8, 15€ with breakfast) Albergue Turístico de Galisteo, on Calle Viña de Egido, up the alleyway to the right of Bar Los Emigrantes. Microwaves. Under the management of the owner of Camping Las Catalinas in Ríolobos. If this albergue is full they'll provide free transport to and from Ríolobos. Tel 927 451 150 or 605 824 086

Hostal Los Emigrantes above Bar Los Emigrantes, facing you when you arrive in the village. Singles 20€. Tel 691 468 323

La Pensión del Parador, on the Camino on the way out of town, has nice double rooms for 38€, including breakfast. Tel 645 986 793.

Where you arrive in front of Bar Los Emigrantes the Camino turns up to your left. Further up the hill to the right of the Camino in the walled town through Puerta del Reys there is a small Spar supermarket and a pharmacy. Also in the walled town on Plaza de España there's a shop, a bank and a bakery.

Cafétería Las Picotas, on the Camino on the left at the start of the village, does decent food.

Bar Los Emigrantes has also been recommended.

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