Jacotrans and Camino Facile (not sure about spelling) transport bags between most accommodations including hotels etc willing to accept them. Not exactly cheap but not outrageously expensive.Can you send on bags to municipal albergue or is it only private albérgues or pensions. Ingles camino who delivers?
How do you get hold of this service please?Correos only sends to private albergues, pensions or hotels. Or you can pick your bag up at the post office in say, Pontedeume or Betanzos. I have seen others sayin earlier threads that Correos does deliver to the albergue at Hospital de Bruma though.
Unless you book through one of the tour companies who book accommodation and transfer your bags, I think it is Correos and Correos only who deliver. I stayed in pensions on the way, and Correos delivered each and every day. Very god and cheap service, and made a huge difference to the enjoyment of walking. You can even have your bag as a, more secure, suitcase, if you use the Correos bag delivery service.
I last used them in 2017, maybe it went up. It was the same until Galicia when it reduced to 3 euros, From memory there were about 3 companies. They have different numbers for different regions printed on the envelopes, and i always found their English to be fine, (a whole lot better than my Spanish) but I guess they have quite a few people. I rarely had to phone myself. usually the albergue rang at the end of the evening re all the bags.I have chosen Correos because it's the cheapest one. I phoned Jacotrans (their English is terrible, btw)and they told me the price was 7 euros per day.
Is it more expensive for foreigners or what?