Luggage Storage Palma de Mallorca
Top Luggage Storage Location in Palma de Mallorca
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
6 minutes from Estació Intermodal (301)
5 minutes from La Rambla
0 minute from Plaça de Santa Eulàlia
6 minutes from Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca
in the Palma City Centre
4 minutes from Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca
4 minutes from Plaça de ses Columnes
9 minutes from Plaça d'Espanya
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Reliable luggage storage service in Palma de Mallorca
Welcome to Palma de Mallorca, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Visiting Palma with a heavy suitcase by your side would be a problem and would make you waste a lot of time! Try Radical, the first luggage storage network with partners throughout the city! You can find our luggage storage spots a few meters from España Square or even close to the Cathedral. These, however, are only two of the Radical spots available in Palma!
How does it work?
Leaving your luggage with Radical is simple and incredibly affordable. Just choose your favorite spot and click on the Book Now button. The price is only symbolic: €5 per bag for the whole day. Remember to comply with our partner's schedules and to fill in the form with all the required data! Our partners are constantly monitored by our team.
The Queen of the Balearics
Especially in summer, Palma de Mallorca is full of tourists from all over Spain and the world. Beyond wonderful beaches, Palma has a cozy old town and some noteworthy monuments. If you want to eat something in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, then you have to reach Plaza Mayor or Plaza del Sol, consider the two hearts of city life.
If the sea has tired you a bit, Palma has many monuments in store for you! From the amazing Cathedral of Santa Maria de Palma (also known as the Cathedral of Seu) to the Royal Almudaina Palace.
The former is a renowned example of Levantine Gothic art dedicated to St. Sebastian, while the latter is home to the independent kingdom of Majorca.