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Plaza Grande, 4
31.131, Cirauqui (Navarra), Spain
Email: reservas@alberguemaralotx.com
Tel: (34) 678 635 208

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2004 - 2022


18 years of hospitality on the CAMINO DE SANTIAGO

Services for our pilgrims

Check-in & stamp

Check-in from 13.00h to 19.00h. You can leave until 10.00h. And of course, we will stamp your credential

In & out 24h

Door with code system so you can come in and get out any time of day or night

Backpack transport

We receive and keep your backpack, and we will help you manage the shipment for the next day

Bar & espresso coffee

Exclusively for hosted pilgrims: bar from 13.00h to 20.00h and an espresso coffee machine available 24h

Communal dinner

We offer a communal dinner with a fixed menu, with option always available for vegetarians, vegans and celiacs

Covered terrace...

... to spend the evening or have a drink from our bar, situated at the centuries-old wine cellar of the albergue


Washing/drying facilities; you can also use our washing machine/dryer service and just relax


In the coldest months we connect the heating (and in Summer the house is really cool and nice to be in)


While on the Camino it's good to disconnect a little; but if you need it, our high-speed wifi is always available


Have a look at our Premises & Prices (2022)


BED IN BUNK in dormitory

Three dormitories with 6, 8 and 12 beds that we open upon arrival of guests to ensure their safety, comfort and best possible rest. Fully renovated bathrooms in March 2022.



We have two private double rooms with bathroom, balcony and TV (for single use, 45€). Fully renovated bathrooms in March 2022.



Casa Maralotx is known for its great dinner, which is held at the little, cosy, centuries old wine cellar under the albergue. A fixed, full, tasty and nutritious menu with two courses, bread, water, red, young Cirauqui wine and desert. It is necessary to book your place for dinner before 18.00h. Also available for lunch, from 13.00h to 16.00h. It's also valid for vegans and celiacs; if that's your case, please let us know when booking it.


(from our guests’ signature book)

This is a very nice albergue. I enjoyed the hospitality and the host especially because of his good English. And of course meeting other fellow pilgrims.

Luc (Netherlands)

If we had to give this place stars, it would exceed 5 ***********, etc.

Sandra (USA)

Staying here in Casa Maralotx was very nice and great. The owners are very kind, nice, so that's why we were enjoying here so much. Everything was clean, fresh and the food was very delicious. Thank you and BUEN CAMINO!

Blazka & Natasa (Slovenia)

Jolie Hotel, bon repas et village magnifique. Belle recompense aprés une journee de marche. Bonne saison.

Patricia & Guy (France)

Thank you for a beautiful welcome & thanquil night - our first on the Camino, and a great start! Thanks for housing our bicycles too!

The Stace family (Australia)

A wonderful experience staying here again! The communal dinner in the cellar is the highlight!

Utoop (Germany)

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for all your kindness ans welcome! The best dinner ever and the warmest and softer bed! Thank you!!!

I read from this albergue before, was nevertheless astonished about the kindness, the lovely ____, the famous food.


Mucho bueno! Beautiful building, beautiful food and beautiful family.

Diane (UK)

Discover CIRAUQUI, Camino de Santiago. Some history

Middleaged town of narrow streets and great, old houses with hundreds of years old family shields, Cirauqui has a long tradition of pilgrim hospitality. Its origin is linked with the romanization period and the Camino de Santiago; it is known that the town was donated to the Montastery of San Millan de la Cogolla in 1045. Modern Cirauqui has a population of 500 and has all the necessary services, along with a very interesting heritage, culture and enology.

Albergue Cirauqui Casa Maralotx is situated right across the square from one of the town’s two main monuments, the Fortress Church of San Román, dated around 1200 and with an altarpiece from the XVIIIth century that turns this church into the only one that could be given the title of «feminist» (come see us and we shall tell you why). It stands along with the church of Santiago in Puente la Reina and the church of San Pedro in Estella, as the only one with a multi-lobed arch in its doorway. Finally, another thing makes this church especial: there is a figure of a mermaid somewhere in its doorway (if you can’t find it, again, come to see us and we’ll show it to you).


Contact us

for any questions you may have, or to do your booking


Plaza Grande, 4

31.131, Cirauqui (Navarra)


+(34) 678 635 208

(during the season, please call between 10.00h and 20.00h; out of season, it’s probably better to contact through email)

Email: reservas@alberguemaralotx.com

(we reply emails at night, so don’t use this method if you are booking for the same day); if the booking is over 2-3 days in advance, we may take one or two days to reply; we appreciate your patience)

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