We founded our “Casa Waslala”, an exclusive guesthouse for pilgrims, in June 2006. The house is a 19th century construction, which we have rehabilitated while maintaining its original character and personality. It is located 3 minutes from the beautiful Plaza Mayor on the Camino de Santiago route; between the two churches: Santa Maria La Mayor and San Pedro. 


The name of Casa Waslala is inspired by the novel “Waslala, the search for a lost civilization” written by the Nicaraguan writer and poet Gioconda Belli. 


Why a Pension only for pilgrims? Because we offer personal attention in a family environment based on our experience as pilgrims and we want to give what we do not find on the road in many places



  • Secure place to store bicycles. 
  • We accept pets upon reservation.
  • Two rooms (single or double) with bathroom. In one we can include an extra bed. 
  • Different types of breakfast; including one for people with some type of allergy.


We can communicate in English, Spanish, German, Dutch and we have a basic knowledge of French.