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Albergue As Eiras has a restaurant, free bikes, a bar and shared lounge in Lires. Among the various facilities of this property are a garden and a terrace. First of all, I didn't stay overnight. - my plans changed and I continued walking. However I stopped off here for a (big!) break and went into the Albergue from the restaurant area to cancel my reservation. I can say for sure that everything was ultra clean and spacious. But there was one thing that really struck me - the genuine helpfulness, warmth and friendliness of the staff, all of them: great true Camino spirit here. So much so that I will definitely stop over here on my next camino! (DV)
Located in Lires on Galicia’s Costa da Morte, Cabañas de Lires features an outdoor swimming pool and spectacular mountain views. It offers free bicycles and is just 15 minutes’ walk from the beach. Owner, her Family and staff very helpful, even to the Father giving us lifts on a very wet day to resturant
Fragas da Canteira is offering accommodations in Lires. The property provides free private parking and free WiFi. At the inn, each room has a closet. The pension is at the top of the hill, just beyond two cafes/restaurants. It is a new building and very well maintained and clean. We had a twin room with a view of the sea in the distance (just under 2 km to the beach where people go for sunset at the bar/restaurant there. (a very busy place, i.e. the beach bar, Prai de Lires)) Our room was super clean and beds very comfortable. It also had air conditioning, (which is rare enough in some smaller villages/towns along the Camino) The owner was very friendly, and kindly hung out some t-shirts to dry for me. I would recommend this pension.
Located in Cee, 12 miles from Finisterre, Casa Jesús Turismo Rural has free bikes and free WiFi. The town of Lires is a required Camino stop, if a pilgrim wishes to obtain a "Muxiana" - the official credential for walking from Finisterre. The local albergue was booked. The hosts of Casus Jesus made sure that I had a "pilgrim" menu for dinner at their affiliated restaurant overlooking the estuary-- it was the best pilgrim menu I have eaten on this Camino. They also prepared a pilgrim breakfast for me --at 5 euros-- the best local Galician cheese, ham, orange juice and coffee. They also generously helped me with some phone calls, because there was no local Vodaphone coverage. BEST of all, the rooms are most tranquil for a great night sleep. Thank you Casa Jesus.