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Camino Frances - baggage transfer

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We are looking at walking the Camino Frances, from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago. We are OK with carrying the gear that we would need on the route. However we will probably have several days before or after the Camino, when we would want more normal street clothes, as against walking clothes. I don’t fancy strolling Paris in zip-off trousers and boots.

I know that there are services that do day to day transport, so that people walk with just a light day pack, but does anyone know of a service that would pick up a bag in St Jean and leave it securely at a depot in Santiago.

Thanks

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