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November 2, 2009, 1:39 pm
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Here is a table of the stages I walked, where I stayed and any essential comments.  If you are planning to walk the Camino de Levante, the 2009 Spanish Guidebook, available from the Amigos or bookshops in Valencia, is excellent.


Valencia – Silla 14miles Hostal Moreno   
Algemesi 16m Albergue excellent
Xativa 17m Albergue   
Moixent 16m Albergue   
La Font de la Figuera 12m Casa Rural L’Amable   
Almansa 19m Albergue (in Convent of Servants of Mary)
Higueruela 27m Albergue No water on route, I carried 5litres
Chinchilla 21m Hostal Penon Basic, but excellent restaurant
Albacete 12m Hostal San Agustin  

– stay elsewhere!

Huge works mean route altered – follow arrows.
La Roda 26m Hostal Molina  
San Clemente 23m Hostal Milan  
Las Pedroneras 16m Albergue In Casa Paroquial
Mota de Cuerva 14m Casa Rural La Mota  
El Toboso 6m Convento de las Trinitarias  
Quintinar de la Orden 7m Hostal San Francisco  
Villacanas 18m Hostal Pub Prickly  
Tembleque 16m Hotel  
Mora 16m Hotel Los Conjones  
Toledo 26m La Posada de Zocodover  
Zamora   Albergue  
Montamarta 10m Albergue  
Granja de Moreruela 13m Albergue  
Tabara 15m Albergue  
Santa Croya de Tera 14m Albergue – Casa Anita Stay here!
Rionegro del Puente 18m Albergue  
Palacios de Sanabria 16m Casa Teresa Stay here – tel  

980 626 241

Requejo 15m Albergue  
Lubian 12m Albergue  
A Gudina 16m Albergue  
Campobercerras 13m Casa Rural  
Laza 12m Albergue  
Vilar de Barrio 12m Albergue  
Xunquiera de Ambia 11m Albergue  
Ourense 15m Hostal San Miguel  
San Cristovo de Cea 15m Albergue  
Mosteiro de Oseira 10m Monastery  
Laxa 18m Albergue  
Bandeira 12m Hostal Conde Rey  
O Outreira 12m Albergue  
Santiago 11m Albergue  

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Hi Andy. Just seen this and I am very tempted to do this route myself next time (Am still in Santiago while writing this and already I am thinking of “next time”!) However I am confused by the distances. Are these really miles? Did you have to walk 27, 26, 23 miles? (From Cea to Oseira is definitely 10km, not 10 miles).

Having a look at your blog properly now that I have time after my walk and enjoying reading it a lot.


Comment by Isabelle

Hi Isabelle,

thanks for your comment. They are miles. From Cea to Oseira, I got a bit lost and ended up trudging along the road for 3 hours. There are one or two unavoidably long stages near the beginning (because there is no other accommodation). On some of these stages you also need to carry all your water for the day. 27 miles was the longest (although I also got slightly lost and added a mile on!).
It is a good route though – and I should add that I only got lost 3 times, and never seriously!

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Does anyone know of accommodation between Mora and Toledo please…

Comment by Filly

There wasn’t any in 2009. It’s a long walk, but a very rewarding Stage. You do go through several places which have bars, so no need to carry too much.


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