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Rucksack transfer to Fisterre

SheilaV

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Camino(s) past & future
(Inglés)
#1
Hi - can anyone help with advice about rucksack service at the end of the Fisterre Camino? We are going to walk the Fisterre Camino in 5 stages:

Santiago - Negreira
Negreira - Mazaricos
Mazaricos - Olveiroa
Olveiroa - Cee
Cee - Fisterre

I've emailed the Correos Paq Mochila service, and they say we can use their service as far as our accommodation in Cee. On the last day we are walking from Cee to Fisterre and then travelling straight back to Santiago. Paq Mochila do not take packs back to Santiago. Because we are not sleeping in Fisterre, we do not have an address that our packs can be transported to on the last day. We don't want to carry our heavy packs on the last day if possible.

Does anyone know a way we could get our packs from Cee, either to Santiago (where we're staying in an AirBnB), or perhaps more realistically to somewhere in Fisterre where we could pick them up?

Thanks
 
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Anemone del Camino

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#2
There's a man called Loncho that does this all day back and forth on the santiago-Fisterra-Muxia route and also owns a massive albergue. My guess is that this is the person jist about every hospy calls on this route as you see him everywhere.

http://www.casaloncho.com/taxiolveiroa/

This is the website for their albergue, organically grown next to their home. http://casaloncho.com/inicio/

The issue is having a bag transported somewhere you are not spending the night. I would make an arrangement with ine of the Fisterra albergue ahead of time to pay them to keep your bags during the day. Oceanus for example. This way they get something out of it, which is only fair.

There is also these people, with a fancier website, but I know nothing about them: https://www.pilbeo.com/transporte-mochilas/camino-a-fisterra
 
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#3
Perhaps you might email any popular pilgrim friendly bar/resto in downtown Fisterre to ask if they would to store your packs for the day. If so send your packs there from Cee by taxi.
 

SheilaV

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
(Inglés)
#4
There's a man called Loncho that does this all day back and forth on the santiago-Fisterra-Muxia route and also owns a massive albergue. My guess is that this is the person jist about every hospy calls on this route as you see him everywhere.

http://www.casaloncho.com/taxiolveiroa/

This is the website for their albergue, organically grown next to their home. http://casaloncho.com/inicio/

The issue is having a bag transported somewhere you are not spending the night. I would make an arrangement with ine of the Fisterra albergue ahead of time to pay them to keep your bags during the day. Oceanus for example. This way they get something out of it, which is only fair.

There is also these people, with a fancier website, but I know nothing about them: https://www.pilbeo.com/transporte-mochilas/camino-a-fisterra
 

SheilaV

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
(Inglés)
#5
Thank you very much. We contacted Pilbeo and they will transport our bags from Cee to a bar next to the bus station in Fisterre.
 


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