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Private (20, 10€) Albergue Santa Olaia, in the centre of the town down an alleyway behind the church, Nosa Señora da Saleta. Laundry facilities. Website www.alberguesantaolaia.es Tel 679 508 709 Open 12:00

Private (20, 15€) El Gran Albergue del Peregrino, on Rúa Antón Alonso Río, also to the right of the Camino. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Singles 20€, doubles 35€, triples 60€. Tel 615 604 393 or 986 580 156 Open 11:00

Private (24, 15€) Albergue Trabazo, to the right of the Camino on Rúa Alfonso Trabazo. Laundry facilities, microwaves. New in 2022. Website www.alberguetrabazo.com Tel 722 129 401

Private (20, 12€) Albergue Turístico Silleda, on Rúa Venezuela, which is to the right of the Camino, ask in Bar Maril. Laundry facilities. Singles 20€, doubles 30€. Website www.albergueturisticosilleda.es Tel 643 898 693 or 677 607 669 Open 12:00

Casas Novas, on the Camino on the right at the start of the town has also been recommended, singles from 30€, doubles 40€. Their café opens early. Tel 986 580 898

Hotel Ramos, further up Rúa Venezuela. Singles from 33€, doubles 40€. Website www.hotelramos.com Tel 633 325 154

Hostal González has been recommended. Singles 20€, doubles 30€. Also good food. Tel 986 580 156

The Camino arrives on the main road and follows it north through town. On or near the Camino are cafés, a pharmacy and banks. There are two supermarkets both to the right of the Camino on Rúa Emilio Elonso Paz. Friendly Café Bar Maril (part of Albergue Turístico) does a good evening meal and opens at 07:00.

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