Albergue Nido de Cigüeña was founded in 2014. It’s the first albergue in Najera and on the Camino de Santiago which was built by the Russian pilgrims. We are providing every facility and service you may need and expect to have a comfortable rest.
Always clean and fresh rooms, shiny water taps and friendly atmosphere. Our albergue is private and it can handle up to 20 persons. We hope you will enjoy the rest in here and will love our fireplace and the great mountain view with storks’ nests and caves!
Our services and prices
Nido de Cigüeña is a private albergue, and we accept only pilgrims of the Camino Frances who is visiting Najera and looking for the accommodation. We are well located in the heart of the old part of the city at the beautiful mountain cliff.
We have a full functional kitchen, washing and drying machines, coffee and soft drinks machines, bicycle parking and more. Price for a bed starts from 10 euro (and it is the cheapest rate for a place in albergues in Najera), we have single or bunk beds in shared rooms.
Online booking available
We made for you an easy-to-use booking page, where you can reserve a bed or a private room in a minute: Online reservation!
First of all, it’s free. You can check availability for a chosen date and send us booking request. Also, if you changed your mind and not going to visit us – there is an option to cancel reservation and we won’t charge you any money.
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How to find us
Albergue “Nido de Cigüeña” is situated near the mountains in the old-town of Nájera.
The ways how you can find us:
- walk along Camino de Santiago route following the yellow arrows , because we are located right on the road
- look for a touristic office , we are placed very close to it
- cross the river by the main bridge, you will see the mountains on the horizon, just move straight in their direction.
Also, don’t be afraid to ask people if you lost your way.