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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Palma de Mallorca?

    The price for luggage storage in Palma de Mallorca starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Palma de Mallorca?

    There are multiple locations all around Palma de Mallorca which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Can Pastilla Beach (Platja de Can Pastilla), Platja del Port de Sóller, Cala Banyalbufar and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Palma de Mallorca?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Palma de Mallorca.

  • Are there storage lockers in Palma de Mallorca?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Palma de Mallorca. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Palma de Mallorca.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Palma de Mallorca?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are RCNP - Real Club Náutico de Palma, Es Baluard, and Varadero. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Palma de Mallorca are Lindner Golf & Wellness Resort Portals Nous, Blue Bay, and Nou Baleares.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Palma de Mallorca?

    Palma de Mallorca offers several scenic parks including Parc de Ses Estacions, Parc de la Mar, and Parc de.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Palma de Mallorca?

    You can find local tourist information at Vintage Motors, Fomento de Turismo de Mallorca, and Segway Palma.


About Palma

Palma is the capital of Mallorca, Spain. As one of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a popular destination for travelers with millions of tourists passing through Palma Airport every year. One of the reasons Palma has become a holiday hotspot is due to its array of historic sights and pristine beaches.

Palma has a long history dating back over 2,000 years. Palma was originally known as Palmeria and was established by the Romans in 120 BC. After the Romans, Mallorca came under the control of Byzantine and then Moorish forces until the arrival of James I of Aragon in 1229. Since the 13th century, Mallorca has been mainly under the control of Spain.

Modern-day Palma offers holidaymakers beautiful architecture, Spanish culture, delicious cuisine, and endless sunshine. It’s a wonderful place to go to relax, and also to sightsee. To learn everything there is to do in Palma, take a look at the attractions below.

From historical sites to gorgeous beaches, your time in Palma de Mallorca will be filled with fun. Wondering where to stow your belongings when on the go in Palma? Whether it’s an afternoon touring museums or a night on the town, luggage storage in Palma won’t be an issue. Download the Bounce app for a safe and convenient way to store your personal items while you're seeing the sights.

Luggage storage in Palma

Mallorca is the perfect place to go for a holiday, with dozens of unique and exciting attractions scattered across this historic island. Before setting out to discover what Mallorca has to offer, consider stowing your belongings with our Palma luggage storage service. 

Our locations are dotted across the city at local hotels and businesses that we’ve partnered with to create luggage storage facilities. Our baggage storage options are easy to book through the Bounce app. Just hop online to create your reservation, and within minutes you'll have a safe place to leave cumbersome luggage before seeing the best of this beautiful Balearic Island. 

Top things to do in Palma

Palma is the busiest area in Mallorca, with nearly half of the island's inhabitants living within the city. As a result, you'll find many shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions in Palma, and several things to do for free. Here are some of the best things to do around the city.

Activities and attractions in Palma

The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma

The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma is one of Palma's most famous historical sights. Also known as La Seu, construction on this Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral started in the 13th century and took a staggering 300 years to complete. At nearly 400 feet long and over 140 feet tall, it’s one of the largest Gothic-style cathedrals in the world. 

At the start of the 20th century, famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí helped renovate the cathedral's interior. For a small fee, visitors can view the inside of the cathedral and admire its stained glass windows, lavish architecture, and religious paintings. 

The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma bag policy

You won't want to drag your heavy suitcase through this majestic cathedral and there are no storage lockers available on site, so check out the luggage storage options in Palma first. Download our app to easily find luggage storage locations near you. Complete your booking beforehand and get ready to be amazed by this stunning building.

Cuevas del Drach

Located an hour across the island near the town of Porto Cristo is the entranceway to one of Mallorca's breathtaking cave systems. Cueva del Drach consists of four immense caves complete with underground lakes and stunning rock formations. The best way to explore the caves is on an underground boat tour. 

This tour will take you past the "Snowcapped Mountains," a fantastic formation of minerals and stalactites, and Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world. You can even enjoy a classical music concert within the caves for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

Cuevas del Drach bag policy

You can’t bring heavy bags on the boat with you, and oversized items and suitcases are prohibited inside the caves. Simply head to our left luggage service before traveling to Porto Cristo. Store your luggage for the entire day while you’re out exploring.

Castell de Bellver

See how Palma's royalty lived at Castell de Bellver. Castell de Bellver was constructed in the 14th century and was the home of King James II of Mallorca. As well as being home to royalty, Castell de Bellver was used as a prison during the 18th and 19th centuries. 

Nowadays, the castle is a significant tourist attraction and serves as a history museum. The museum plays host to several important permanent exhibits relating to the history of Mallorca. Some of the museum's most intriguing artifacts include Roman pottery dating back over 2,000 years, and Arabian ceramics dating back over 1,000 years. The castle also offers gorgeous panoramas of Palma, so make sure to take in the sights during your visit.

Castell de Bellver bag policy

There’s no clear bag policy for the Castell de Bellver, but museums often don’t allow suitcases or large backpacks in the exhibit spaces. This is where our great service comes in. For the same affordable price per bag, you can store luggage of any size. Book luggage storage with us in advance so you won’t have to wait in long lines, an experience you may encounter at luggage lockers.

Palma Aquarium

Looking for an activity the whole family will enjoy? Consider the Palma Aquarium. Palma Aquarium features over 700 different species of aquatic animals from around the globe. It also holds the record for the biggest collection of live coral on the continent. 

During your visit to the aquarium, you'll see a huge variety of tropical fish, such as anthias, boxfish, and clownfish. Anybody feeling brave can book to swim with sharks, including massive sand tiger sharks and sandbar sharks.

Palma Aquarium bag policy

Although we’re not sure if you can bring bags into the aquarium, you’ll definitely have to stow your suitcases if you go swimming with the sharks. Our luggage storage services can take away your baggage worries for a few hours as you see all of the incredible sea creatures.

Fundació Miró Mallorca

Learn about local culture at the Fundació Miró Mallorca. This art museum is within Joan Miró's old house and contains many works by this world-famous painter. The exhibit in the main building houses an impressive collection of close to 6,000 works. Among them are paintings and sculptures, with a library and a sculpture garden to explore.

Fundació Miró Mallorca bag policy

You’ll have to store any backpacks, umbrellas, or luggage safely before entering the museum since items that measure over 30 x 30 cm aren’t allowed inside. Keep us in mind any time that you need to stow luggage in Palma de Mallorca.

Arab Baths

Discover Palma's Muslim past at the Arab Baths. These 10th-century baths are one of the few remaining structures from the Moorish city of Medina Mayurqa and also feature an ornate, vibrant flower garden.


Bask in endless sunshine at one of Mallorca's white sandy beaches. Have a seaside cocktail at Cala Major Beach, or make a splash at Can Pere Antoni.

Shopping in Palma

Passeig des Born

Browse the boutiques along Passeig des Born. This historic street is home to many of Palma's best stores, including Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, and Zara. The road is pedestrianized so you can walk around and window shop without having to look out for cars.

Avenida Jaime III

As the main shopping street in the area, this is the best place to go to see everything that Palma de Mallorca offers. From designer boutiques to local shops selling high-street brand names, Avenida Jaime III is a must for fashion lovers. You can take your shopping spree even further to include Carrer de la Unio, which is an extension of the street.

La Rambla

La Rambla is a pedestrian-only street that’s lovely to stroll down. It’s a beautiful spot lined with trees and situated on an old riverbed called La Riera. Lining the road are cute chocolate shops, stalls selling fresh flowers, and independent boutiques.

Top restaurants in Palma

Adrian Quetglas Restaurant

Adrian Quetglas is a chef born in Buenos Aires and he has one of the best restaurants in the city. With an affordably priced lunch menu and delicious supper options, it’s always a nice spot to go for a meal. When you eat here, you can choose between a 5-step or 7-step tasting, with dishes like potato omelette with squid and seaweed, suckling beef marinated in seaweed with pickled peaches and Oloroso juice, and much more. Wine pairings are also offered.

Vandal Palma

Vandal Palma is often busy so don’t expect a quiet meal, but its food and drinks make it all more than worth it. They’re said to have a welcoming atmosphere and some of the city’s best and most inventive cocktails, as well as very creative dishes with expert wine pairings. Not sure what to order? Customers rave about the crispy tuna belly and foie gras starter, and the chicken stroganoff is also great.

Restaurant Urba

We always recommend eating at Restaurant Urba, especially if you’re visiting between May and October when their rooftop terrace is available. You can dine in style while overlooking an infinity pool and fabulous views of the city. Try the spinach croquettes, vegetable samosas or wagyu ham.

Transit options in Palma


There are train stations that span between the center of Palma and the outskirts of Mallorca, and although they won’t really come in handy for traveling to tourist landmarks you can use them to reach other areas. Want to take a day trip to Soller? From the train station, you’ll get there in about an hour and tickets can cost as low as €9.00.


Although Palma has the smallest metro system in Spain, it can still be advantageous for tourists, especially when used in connection with the buses. You can buy a ticket for €1.80.


The local EMT bus service has an extensive network of routes that cover the area of the city. Buses are definitely useful when you’re out and about since they’re convenient and affordable. Bus tickets cost just €2.00.  

Taxi Ranks

As with most cities, taxis can be useful for getting around as you enjoy Palma de Mallorca. You’ll find them near transportation hubs. They’re more expensive than other means of transit, but make up for it with convenience. A taxi ride from the city center to the airport is usually priced at around €25.00. 

Store your bags and sightsee worry-free

A vacation to Palma de Mallorca promises an exciting experience. We offer both long-term storage and short-term storage so you can explore the city without your bags for a few hours or the whole day. 

Experience the diversity of Spain beyond Mallorca by immersing yourself in the vibrant cities of Úbeda, Madrid, and Barcelona. Bounce's extensive network of luggage storage facilities ensures you can travel light and worry-free.

Enjoy peace of mind knowing your things are secure from drop off to pick up. If you have any questions or want to know more about our services, contact our knowledgeable customer support team. We have convenient locations in cities around the world, so download our app and use Bounce on your next vacation, too.

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