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Private (12, 19€) Italica Hostel, go right of Bodeguita Reyes down Calle de la Iglesia, at the square you will see it opposite. Free tea - coffee and snacks. Tel 636 678 376 Open early

Como en Tu Casa, on Calle Giraldillo, go down Calle Fleming where the Camino turns left at a roundabout, then turn left. Rooms from 25€ per person. Positive reports. Tel 609 412 038 or 854 645 862

Hotel Anfiteatro Romano, on the Camino on the right a little past the town, has been recommended by many pilgrims, it has double rooms from about 50€. Website www.hotelanfiteatroromano.es Tel 955 996 704

Along the Camino you will find shops, cafés, banks, pharmacies.

Bodeguita Reyes, right on the roundabout, does good food.

Also good reports of restaurant Aldaki Tapas.

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