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Car Parking in St Jean De Pied de Port


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Hi. this year my eldest brother will be 60 and to celebrate, some of our family plan to walk part of the Camino with him, from St Jean de Pied de Port to Estella or Logrono. To facilitate family members who will be using the hand luggage option on flights, two of us (who have more time to spare!!) are driving our car from Ireland to St Jean, carrying walking sticks etc that cannot be carried in hand luggage. Can anyone help us with regard to parking the car at St Jean for the week or so that we will be walking?
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Turaseoirai said:
Well that was an impressively speedy reply, thanks a million! I'll check out both suggestions and update if appropriate. Slán!
Yes, please let us know how this worked out for you. You know there will be more people asking for this later on as well.

Good luck!
Hike 30+ miles on California’s Santa Catalina Island as part of the Catalina Camino
In June 2007, I left my car in one of the campsites. Sadly, I can't remember which one but it was pointed out to me by the Tourist Office so I'm sure they could help you out. I had not booked a spot, just showed up and it remained there happily for 5 weeks under a tarpaulin. Cost around 50 euros I think.

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