This infrastructure, of 647 square meters and with capacity for 42 pilgrims, will contribute to making the city of Ourense more able to take advantage of the opportunity of the Xacobeo 21. He also recalled that the network of hostels of the Camino make up 70 establishments throughout the various official itineraries
This project complies with all the rules on accessibility, elaborating on the objectives of the Tourism Accessibility Plan of the Camino de Santiago. This infrastructure, Ourense has recovered a disused building in a strategic location that will allow pilgrims to enjoy the city during their stay.
The building bears the name of Eligio Rivas Quintas, one of the pioneers in the study and dissemination of the values associated with the Camino, particularly, to the Vía de la Plata or Mozarabic route.