Luggage Storage Las Palmas
Top Luggage Storage Location in Las Palmas
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
2 minutes from Parque de Santa Catalina
4 minutes from Playa de Las Canteras
1 minute from Castillo de la Luz
7 minutes from La Puntilla
600 meters from Elder Museum
270 meters from Museo Naval
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Your supervised luggage storage in Las Palmas
If you find yourself in the middle of Las Palmas with a huge suitcase by your side, maybe it’s worth booking a luggage storage spot of ours! Why? Because they can help you in your time of need and keep your things safe in a supervised location. You can find Radical inside restaurants, cafes or hotels. They are local companies verified by our staff!
We’re sure you’re used to booking traditional left-luggage offices … you know, the ones at railway stations or airports. Of course, they are comfortable but you need to wait a lot before depositing your bags and sometimes you realize they are full after having queued up for endless minutes. Radical is different! You don’t have to queue and you’ll pay a fixed price: 5€ a day, per bag.
Where beaches meet landscapes
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the perfect destination for those who love sitting in the gold-tinted sands or to stroll around in charming places. The capital city of Las Palmas, in fact, offers tourists wonderful city sights, boutiques, bazaars, and good restaurants. It’s worth visiting the old quarter, Vegueta, where you’ll find attractions, monuments and the majestic Santa Ana Cathedral.
You won’t believe it is possible
Among beaches, bars, and shops, in Las Palmas you’ll find a natural monument. Its name is Caldera de Bandama, a part of the Tafira Protected Landscape. If you love science or if you just want to see something incredible, this place is what you need! This volcanic crater, in fact, is considered a point of geological interest and contains volcanic ash of different types, and a lot of botanic species of Canary Islands origin.