Albergue de Deba


Description and Notice

Located in the train station. If locked, keys and registration are at the Tourist information office; the best landmark to get to the office is the church. Facing it, take the street to the left and the office is 30m down on your right.

01-January - 31-December
Contact Info

Plaza de Arakistain
20820 Guipúzcoa

+34 943 192 452
Asociación de los Amigos del Camino de Santiago de Deba
Practical Info
Total Beds
Pilgrim only?
Wash basin
Bike storage


All Caminos App User (not verified)

The albergue is easy to find at the train station, but access can be a bit tricky;
Before 2pm you have to go to the local turist information. It's located next to the church, and signs are easy enough to follow.
From 2pm to 3pm the turist information is closed, but the albergue is now staffed.
After 3pm the turist information is open again, and the albergue prefer that you go there for payment and such.

The place well staffed and the facilities are good. Trains rarely pass the station at night, but if you have a room facing the street instead, a local traffic light will act as your alarm clock at 4am if you have the window open.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Good location. Clean €8. Can not hear the trains even though staying above the train station. A few places within a few blocks to eat.

All Caminos App User (not verified)

Simple albergue with very kind hospitaleros. Somewhat odd as it is located in the train station. If you arrive late, go straight to the door on the far end of the station and buzz in. May have seen a bed bug but I am not certain and would stay again.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Register and pay at tourist office- super fun albergue. Only a mini fridge, no kitchen

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Use your earplugs and take the elevators down in town, is a bit easier on your knees for the last part.

Interesting that it is located above the train station, making it easy to find.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Arrive early, the albergue filled by around 5pm. After that they turned people away, who had to walk 5/6km to the next place after a hard day. Arrived on a Sunday, no need to call police, just show up at albergue.

Very very cold. Disposable sheets, no blanket. Hot water ran out around 5/6pm. No cooking facilities.

Lovely town beside the beach, last chance to swim in the sea for several days!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

I stayed there on late Aug. Pretty crowded so the beds are full early and many pilgrims don't get a place. You need to register at the tourist office. The hospitalero charged me 8 euros and he was nice but with an attitude as if we was the owner and not a volunteer (power issues). The place is in the train station but still is quite at night. No kitchen. There's washing machine.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We where turned down because we only walked 5 km that day. Strange and irritating policy.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Located in the center of the town - nearby shops, restaurants and bars. Right on the Camino.
The place is humble - you get a bed and a shower.
It is quite noisy at night with trains and cars.

Clean and easy to access place.

Consider your need for good night rest.

Camino de Sant…

Open at reduced capacity. Simple, but clean albergue and at only 5 euros. No blankets provided, so bring sleeping bag. Registration at tourist office or at albergue after 15.00h.