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Bag Transport on Portuguese

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#1
I don't know if this has been posted. I did a search but didn't see it.

Caminofacil has started a bag transport service on the Portuguese Route.
They blog about it here: http://blog.caminofacil.net/en/
Scroll down to find the bit about the taxi.
The service is at www.transfertaxi.es

They write:
The Camino Portugues with Caminofacil and TransferTaxi.es

16 November, 2015

We are hard at work preparing the upcoming season of the Camino, and today we can announce that, as part of our services, next year we will be providing luggage transfer services in the Camino Portugues (Portuguese Way) through our friends at Transfertaxi.es.

Transfertaxi.es
is a cab service located in Pontevedra which provides 24 hours transports and covers the airports of Vigo, Santiago and Oporto. Transfertaxi.es also offers day trips through Galicia, services for events and all kinds of transport and messaging services.
The Camino Portugués starts in Lisbon, and passes along the portuguese cost through Coimbra and Oporto before entering Spain through Tui. Caminofacil and Transfertaxi.es offer our services in the following stages:
  1. Tui – Porriño.
  2. Porriño – Redondela.
  3. Redondela – Pontevedra
  4. Pontevedra – Caldas de Reis.
  5. Caldas de Reis – Padrón.
  6. Padrón – Santiago de Compostela.

If you are going to walk the Camino Portugués and need your backpack carried for you, call us! We will be delighted to help you.
 

Albertinho

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2014 Ferrol -Santiago
2015 Porto -Santiago
2018 Porto -Valença
#2
In my opinion nothing news. Tuitrans is covering that part since a long time.

More interesting should be a service being covered from Lisbon to Porto.
That should be great news for them who want lugage transport.
 

SabineP

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#3
Cheers Annie. Will sent the link to my friends who are walking the Portugues next month. Good to know they have more options.
 
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#5
In my opinion nothing news. Tuitrans is covering that part since a long time.

More interesting should be a service being covered from Lisbon to Porto.
That should be great news for them who want lugage transport.
Do you transfer luggage on route between
Lisbon and Santarem if so what towns do you service
Thanks Madge
 

Albertinho

ninguém disse que era fácil
Camino(s) past & future
2013 Lisboa - Santiago
2014 Ferrol -Santiago
2015 Porto -Santiago
2018 Porto -Valença
#6
Do you transfer luggage on route between
Lisbon and Santarem if so what towns do you service
Thanks Madge
No I do not have a transportcompany
Ask Mario of the Santarèm Hostal He is on the forum write Santarèm Hostal in the searchbox and you'll find him and you can send him a personal message. Click on his avatar and you see a text "start a conversation" he definitively eill answer you
 

anniethenurse

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Camino Frances.Vasco del Interior.Camino Finisterre& Muxia. Camino Portugues. Ruta del Ebro.
#7
@madge.conboybrowne
It is possible to walk 3-4 day trips from Lisbon to Santarem and train back to Lisbon if you wish. That means you are walking without your pack as you will keep your pack in Lisbon at your hostel there.
The hostal in Santarem (Mario), the hostel Tomar2000 (Fernando) and hospitalero Carlos in Alvaiazere have organized together a pick-up- drop-off service. @santaremhostel
So actually you can walk at least to one day trip PAST Alvaiazere without your pack because Carlos would drive your pack up to your next stop.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino France 2015 considering now Camino del Norte or Portuguese 2017
#8
I don't know if this has been posted. I did a search but didn't see it.

Caminofacil has started a bag transport service on the Portuguese Route.
They blog about it here: http://blog.caminofacil.net/en/
Scroll down to find the bit about the taxi.
The service is at www.transfertaxi.es

They write:
The Camino Portugues with Caminofacil and TransferTaxi.es

16 November, 2015

We are hard at work preparing the upcoming season of the Camino, and today we can announce that, as part of our services, next year we will be providing luggage transfer services in the Camino Portugues (Portuguese Way) through our friends at Transfertaxi.es.


Transfertaxi.es is a cab service located in Pontevedra which provides 24 hours transports and covers the airports of Vigo, Santiago and Oporto. Transfertaxi.es also offers day trips through Galicia, services for events and all kinds of transport and messaging services.
The Camino Portugués starts in Lisbon, and passes along the portuguese cost through Coimbra and Oporto before entering Spain through Tui. Caminofacil and Transfertaxi.es offer our services in the following stages:



    • Tui – Porriño.
    • Porriño – Redondela.
    • Redondela – Pontevedra
    • Pontevedra – Caldas de Reis.
    • Caldas de Reis – Padrón.
    • Padrón – Santiago de Compostela.
If you are going to walk the Camino Portugués and need your backpack carried for you, call us! We will be delighted to help you.
Thank you so much for your help i will contact them
 

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