If you have booked meals on your trip, you should check with your accommodation about the restaurant opening hours at the time of check-in, as they may vary from day to day [...]
Many pilgrims wish to stay in hostels or guesthouses during their journey and, on arrival in Santiago, upgrade to a higher quality hotel. If this is your case, just let us know [...]
Unless we specify it, it is not necessary to give notice of your arrival and departure time. Just in case your stage takes longer than expected and you plan to arrive later [...]
In your travel documents, you will find the names of the accommodations assigned to you, as well as their contact telephone number and location. As a general rule, all accommodation is [...]
Normally it is not possible to know the names of the accommodations before booking, as we cannot guarantee their availability for your dates. But if you wish, we can send you a [...]
We will send you the names of the accommodations along with your travel documents. If you are going to do the Camino de Santiago on your own, you will receive the [...]
Except in private hostels, where bathrooms are shared and separated by gender, in the rest of the accommodation you will always have a private bathroom.
Nowadays almost all the accommodations have Wifi internet connection. However, we cannot guarantee that this will always be the case. Depending on the chosen route, some accommodations are located in rural areas [...]
Although many accommodations have laundry facilities (for a fee), we cannot guarantee this. But don't worry, there are coin-operated self-service laundromats in every town where you can do your laundry.
Towels: If you have chosen the option of hostels our recommendation is that you bring your own towel, as the vast majority do not offer this service or will only give you [...]
Of course it is! You must tell us about your allergies or food intolerances when you make your reservation so that we can pass a note to the restaurant and they can [...]