Answer: yes, provided that any humidity problems are resolved following a professional diagnosis.
Yes, you can combat the risks of humidity by having your cellar diagnosed first. To do this, you will need to call a professional who will measure the humidity level, determine the causes of this humidity (if there is any) and give you advice on how to remedy it. This way you will know if you can tile your cellar as it is or not. Then, even without a thorough diagnosis, there are several options available to you to prevent the risk of humidity quickly, by improving the natural ventilation of the cellar for example (via the installation of a CMV, a moisture absorber or a Canadian well), or by implementing larger treatments (and therefore more expensive) only if necessary.