Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Day 21. Part 2. Rabanal del Camino

Rabanal is an old stone village high up in the mountains, something like 1150 metres above the sea. The village looks like a collection of farms grouped together. But every building seems to be in good repair, and there are some that look new.
We booked into the Hosteria del Refugio, which is a village inn.
They do meals and there is a bar.
Here are a few photos of the village to give a flavour.


  1. Looks beautiful. Who is Julian Campo? I can read the Spanish but not understand most of it. Hope the cracked lip heals up. Have you seen any beehive huts??

  2. Something to find out later. There was a beehive hut at the next village, Foncebadon, but I think they are mostly to be found on the next mountain range.

  3. Hope you'll take a picture of one!