Join Date: Nov 2004
Bikes: 1 mtb converted for commuting (actually, collecting dust in the garage), a LHT with "durable components"
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if you do the camino de santiago and have a carne de peregrino with you, you can stay at alberques for 2 or 3 euros or sometimes you don´t even have to pay anything at all. they´re generally well-equipped, with showers and kitchen, very comfortable. but them tends to be quite crowed most of the time.
along the route there´re lots of villages, no more than 40 kms apart. road condition on this route is great, asphalt, and with special section cut out for people doing it in most part. the northern spain is plain beautiful, not too hot nor too cold.