Yes, but if you make use of a support vehicle you may have difficulty in gaining access to some albergues. In many cases places are strictly reserved for those carrying their own packs.

Some albergues that do not accept reservations cannot accept luggage, as they cannot guarantee that the owner of the luggage will have a place in the albergue. The CSJ albergue San Martin on the Camino del Norte does accept luggage, but delivery of luggage does not mean that there is a place for the pilgrim in the albergue.

In recent years there has been an increasing number of companies and individuals offering luggage transport and we are unable to give guidance as to which offer the best services or value for money.  

Some of the more popular services used by our members include Correos (the Spanish postal service who offer a pilgrim-specific package), Jacotrans or Camino Fácil.  All are reliable and easy to use, but do require you to know where you will be staying each night. 

Also check out Ivar Rekve’s Pilgrim forum for recent recommendations for luggage services.