Baamonde is a small village through which the Camino del Norte passes and is surrounded by a peaceful agricultural and livestock environment. This village can pass unnoticed in a superficial pass, but it keeps a series of charms that are worth discovering.
The modest place presents the minimum services for a pilgrim, supplied with a hostel, a few bars and a grocery store. Everything else is a landscape to be explored and a warm environment in which the traveller can lose himself with pleasure.
A little history
Baamonde has been a crossroads since practically the beginning of its history as a village. A traditional stop for travellers on the so-called Camino Real as well as the road that connected Madrid with A Coruña. Nowadays it receives pilgrims and continues being a formidable place of passage or stop for those who travel the Xacobean route.