70. Albergue Buen Camino (Palas de Rei )

Palas de Rei


Rua del Peregrino, 3

27200 Palas de Rei (Lugo)

982 380 233 // 639 882 229




Albergue Charge Point



En Palas de Rei, en pleno Camino de Santiago, detrás del Ayuntamiento se encuentra este albergue, totalmente reconstruido exterior como interiormente.
Dispone tanto de la opción literas como del alojamiento tipo pensión o con dormitorios independientes.
El albergue dispone de todas las comodidades propias de un lugar funcional, moderno y acorde a las necesidades de peregrinos y bicigrinos.


Albergue : 10 €

Habitaciónes: * Consultar precios.



Common Areas
- 41 Litreras

- 8 Rooms
- Salon

- Dining

- Bath

- Showers

- Terraces

other Services

Upcoming services

- Hot Water

- Drinking Water

- kit

- Heating

- Kitchen

- Refrigerator

- Washing

- Bicycle Site

- Pay Phone

- Clothesline

- Plugs

- Mobile Coverage

- Bar

- Office of Information and Tourism

- Bicycle Workshop

- Butcher

- Local Internet Access


- Grocery Store

- Bakery

- Pharmacy

- Medical Assistance

- Bars and Restaurants



Located in the southwest of the province of Lugo.

Palas de Rei is a significant population of the Way, the end of the penultimate stage as the Codex Calixtinux.

Belongs to the region of A Ulloa. In the west is the Sierra de Carerón, its highest peak is Mount of the same name with 797 m.

One of the most important monuments is Pambre Castle, built in 1375 by Gonzalo de Ulloa.

Interestingly, the Church of San Tirso, which preserves an interesting XII century Romanesque.

The church of San Salvador de Vilar de Donut was declared a National Monument in 1931. Built in the XII century in Romanesque style and was part of a monastery and disappeared.

The territory of this municipality is full of Celtic forts, Romanesque churches, feudal buildings that inspired the famous Galician writer Emilia Pardo Bazán, in his work "Los Pazos de Ulloa".

Has the pilgrim to Santiago a profile almost flat, then going down to the 560 m elevation to found Palas de Rei, is a journey that will always drop down to the 300 m elevation to which Compostela is.


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