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Luggage Transfers on routes other than the Camino Frances

sillydoll

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Jose Luis Pardo Rodríguez will transport backpacks on the following routes:
Camino Frances: León-Santiago-Finisterre
Camino del Norte: Ribadeo-Santiago
Camino Portugues: Tui-Santiago
Camino Primitivo: Oviedo-Santiago
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Camino Norte
Le P'tit Bag transports bags from Bilbao to Irun.
http://greencartrans.webcindario.com/

The Peregrine Express will transfer your luggage on the Camino Norte between Irun and Santander.
If you are travelling in a big group and you have a minimum of 12 bags for transport they can transport as far as Oviedo. For information on transport past Oviedo please contact them.
Email: christel.langeveld@gmail.com
Contact number: 0034644589217
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They provide:
Taxi-Service
Pick-up Service from/to Asturias Airport
Back packs and luggage transport
Shuttle-Bike
Support Vehicle Service
Information service for Peregrinos
http://www.taxicamino.com/
 
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sillydoll

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Thank you Umberto
Are your prices the same per stage as Zacotrans and CaminoFacil?

I am busy updating my planning book and would like to add this info under Luggage Transfers.
 

Kitsambler

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Le Puy 2010-11, Prague 2012, Nuremberg 2013, Einsiedeln 2015, Geneva 2017-19
sillydoll said:
I am busy updating my planning book and would like to add this info under Luggage Transfers.

For the sake of comprehensiveness, it did not appear there were established transport services upstream of Le Puy. Certainly there were not such services in the section between Prague and Nuremberg, and likely not in all of Germany (based on the paucity of walkers). (Perhaps one of the Geneva to Le Puy walkers might comment on their observations on the section.) If such were necessary, for some reason, I suppose the gasthaus host might be asked to summon a taxi. But there are just not enough walkers to make a dedicated transport service financially viable.
 

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I have noticed that Follow the Camino have deleted all their posts in regards to luggage transfers.

I did write to him to ask for a quote but they were half as much more expensive than Jacotrans or Caminofacil. Perhaps that is why?
 
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sillydoll

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The link I had in my book no longer works.

Perhaps you could contact http://viatolosana.free.fr/vt_pratique.htm and ask them if they know of luggage transporters? If they do, please share the info on the forum. :)
 
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Kanga

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Francés x 5, Le Puy x 2, Arles, Tours, Norte, Madrid, Via de la Plata, Portuguese, Primitivo
Yes, we were intrigued to see the Correos everywhere on the Norte. I had heard that there were no baggage transfer services, but you see those little vans everywhere and it makes sense that they would take packs.
 

douce-chemin

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Trying with my limited Spanish to read the info on the site for the Correos. Looks like you have to be within the Spanish borders for this service and/or the service is only for the established Camino routes (no gogin off course?).

Any idea if we could have our luggage transferred from either Biarritz or SJdPP and taken to San Sebastian to await our arrival? We are only hiking from 5 days from SJdPP and will start the second week of our vacation with 2 nights in San Sebastian. Trying to figure out what to do with our non-hiking luggage while on the Camino.

Any suggestions?
 

mspath

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Year of past OR future Camino
Frances, autumn/winter; 2004, 2005-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
If arriving in Biarritz airport you might take a bus directly to San Sebastian with your luggage. See www.Rome2Rio.com. Bus takes less than 1 hour. After depositing luggage take bus back to airport, followed by bus from airport to Bayonne to catch TER line 62 local train to SJPdP.
 

douce-chemin

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new to the camino, hoping to walk a section of camino norte in August 2016
If arriving in Biarritz airport you might take a bus directly to San Sebastian with your luggage. See www.Rome2Rio.com. Bus takes less than 1 hour. After depositing luggage take bus back to airport, followed by bus from airport to Bayonne to catch TER line 62 local train to SJPdP.

We arrive in Biarritz to stay the night before heading to SJdPP where we will stay for another night before commencing our Camino. SS will be once we've done our 5 day hike. Just curious abut off loading our luggage before we head into the mountains to SJdPP. I figured Biarritz being a bigger city might have more options than SJdPP.

Thank you!
 
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