Reliegos is a small village located in the province of León, in the northwest region of Spain. It is situated at an altitude of about 1,100 meters above sea level in the mountain range of Cebollera. With a population of just over 200 people, Reliegos is a tranquil place known for its natural beauty and traditional rural lifestyle.
There is very little from Reliegos to Mansilla de las Mulas, where pilgrims will leave behind the barren Meseta plateau.
There is not much to do in Reliegos, but most likely, pilgrims will want to stop by as the route behind them was pretty exhausting. The Bar Elvis is one of the strangest pilgrim stops on the Camino, a graffiti-ridden bar with a unique vibe. Also, a parochial church is dedicated to Saint Cornelio and Cipriano.
Accommodation in Reliegos
|Albergue Vive tu Camino
|Private rooms with private bathrooms
|Shared lounge, Garden, Terrace, WiFi, Facilities for disabled guests, Bar
|Las Hadas Albergue – solo Peregrinos
|Lounge, Garden, Terrace, WiFi, Facilities for disabled guests, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Kitchen, Bar