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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Palma Airport?

    The price for luggage storage near Palma Airport starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Palma Airport?

    There are multiple locations in the Palma Airport area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) (Aeroport de Palma de Mallorca), Estació - Tren, and Terminal C (Mòdul C / Terminal C) and all over Palma de Mallorca.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Palma Airport?

    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 near Palma Airport.

  • Are there storage lockers near Palma Airport?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Palma Airport area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Palma Airport and in the broader Palma de Mallorca area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Palma Airport?

    Popular metro stations like Estació - Metro - Son Castelló, Metro, or Estació - Metro - Gran Via Asima can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Palma de Mallorca near Palma Airport, you may be close to some bus stations: Station Palma de Mallorca, Airport Bus Station, or EMT Bus Stop 1190 - Ses Fontanelles (A2, 23, 25, 32, 35) (EMT Autobuses Parada 1190 - Ses Fontanelles). If traveling by train, Estació Intermodal, Estación d'Es Caülls/Festival Park, and Estación de Son Fuster are nearest to Palma Airport.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Palma Airport?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Palma Airport are Meliá Palma Marina, Melia Palma Bay, and Hotel Palma Bellver. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Palma Airport are Hostal Maracaibo, Hostal Pons, and Urban Singular Hostel by Eurotels.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Palma Airport?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Palma Airport are McDonald's, Estación Marítima 2, and Restaurante Moby Dick.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Palma Airport?

    Check out the nearby Burotatxos, Parc de la Mar, and Parc de Ses Estacions.


About the airport 

Spain’s Balearic Islands are some of the most fascinating corners of Europe, and a different look from the Spanish travel experiences you’re doubtless familiar with. While the zest for life and unbelievable cuisine are still prevalent in Mallorca, particularly its capital of Palma, the relaxed pace of Spain slows down even further on the island. 

The typical charm of a Spanish Old Town is all here, with cobbled streets and picturesque squares, but the breeze off the sea and the beaches beckon. A trip to Palma blends the comforts of a beach resort with the intrigue most history-buffs will enjoy. There are also plenty of outdoor activities to get up to, and Palma is the perfect launching point for day trips around the island. 

Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) is the largest and busiest airport on the island of Mallorca. Despite being situated on a small island, Palma Airport is actually the third largest airport in Spain, beating out much larger cities like Valencia and Seville. This is undoubtedly due to the massive amount of traffic from international travelers, and Palma de Mallorca accepts direct flights from throughout Europe and even the US. Most travelers will arrive via a connection with Madrid-Barajas, or Barcelona El-Prat Airports. 

The airport offers most of the amenities you’d expect from major airports and provides an overall swift experience for most travelers trying to get to Palma or other seaside towns. It’s relatively well-connected with Palma’s city center and other locales, being situated only five miles from the Centre neighborhood. With plenty of car rental options, Palma de Mallorca Airport makes it simple to explore the island. 

Here’s everything you need to know: 

Can I leave luggage at Palma airport?

While Palma Airport offers many amenities, it unfortunately doesn’t offer left luggage facilities onsite. Even if they did offer luggage lockers or another option, it might not be convenient for most travelers. There are almost no layovers at Palma de Mallorca Airport because it’s much more of a final destination than a connection. The best option for luggage storage Palma Airport has would be further into the city with a left luggage service like Bounce. 

Can I leave luggage at Palma Train Station?

Palma Intermodal Station (Estació Intermodal) is the largest train station on the island of Mallorca, with service for the entire island along with the local metro services. It’s situated near the Plaça d'Espanya in the city center. The train station is equipped with luggage storage facilities, which can be useful if you’re using public transportation to get around Palma. 

Do Palma attractions have luggage storage? 

Attractions like Palma Aquarium actually will have a left luggage facility, but that’s not always the case. With historic landmarks, these older buildings aren't designed with a place to store your luggage. They weren’t considering a luggage storage facility when they were designing the Mallorca Cathedral. Because luggage storage is sort of an unknown for most attractions, it’s better to plan ahead by booking with a service before you head out sightseeing. 

Where can I store luggage around Palma City Centre? 

Some transit hubs will have limited luggage storage facilities, but you can’t always rely on these. Because of its popularity among tourists and international travelers, luggage storage services have set up locations around the city center. Many of these are centrally located or strategically placed near travel hotspots. Bounce offers plenty of high-quality luggage storage facilities in the most convenient locations around Palma and other cities on the island. If you’re planning on taking a day trip to cities like Peguera, Rotes Velles, or Palma Nova, you’ll be able to rely on Bounce to store the bags while you jet around the beaches and waterfronts. With premium features like 24/7 support and BounceShield Protection, Bounce is a much more reliable option than the basic luggage lockers offered at transit facilities. 

How to get to the city from Palma Airport 

  • Bus: Like anything, the cheapest option is also the least convenient, as the bus ride takes at least 45 minutes to get to the city center from the airport. The good news for budget-minded travelers is that it only costs $6 via the A1 bus, which picks you up right from the arrivals hall. 
  • Taxi and rideshare: This is the most common option for international travelers as it will get you right to your resort or hotel. The airport is situated outside of the city center, so it will take you at least 30 minutes in mild traffic. The price for a cab is surprisingly low at between $35 and $50 each way. It will certainly beat renting a car unless you plan on driving around the island.   
  • Private Transfer or shuttle: Lots of travelers will arrange a pickup ahead of time, either through a private transfer service or by taking the shuttle. Booking a transfer (complete with a driver in a suit waiting for out with a sign that says your name) will cost between $50 and $100 and take about half an hour. Shuttles can be arranged through a hotel or tour group and will vary in cost. 
  • Car rental: Whether or not you want to rent a car depends entirely on what you’re trying to do. Renting a car costs about $75 to $100 per day, so you’ll want to use it quite a bit to justify the cost. There are plenty of things to see around the island. Heading to different towns is absolutely worth it, and the drives are easy and scenic, to say the least! 

Things to do near Palma Airport 

Catedral de Mallorca 

This massive cathedral, simply known as 'La Seu' in Catalan, is easily the top attraction in Palma. For good reason, as this massive catholic church overlooking the Bay of Palma is one of Spain's true architectural treasures. Like other landmarks in Palma (and Spain in general), the Catedral de Mallorca blends both Gothic elements with subtle nods to its Islamic past. After the Reconquista, the Cathedral was built on the site of the Medina Mayurka Mosque which stood there for centuries. Being designed specifically for the Catholic Spaniards, it was updated with Renaissance and Gothic features in the sandy-red stone that typifies Mallorca’s historic architecture. Touring the interior is a must, as you’ll find features designed by Antoni Gaudí and stunning stained glass windows, and you can pay an additional fee to enjoy the views from the rooftop terrace. 

Shop through Passeig d’es Born 

If you’re planning on doing any shopping, you’ll want to head to this attractive street in the city center. Not only is Passeig d’es Born lined with upscale boutiques worth checking out, but it’s about as scenic and historic as it gets. The stretch juts out from the Plaça del Rei Joan Carles I roundabout (also known as the Plaça de les Tortugues because of the turtle-covered bronze obelisk in the middle) and meanders through the city center. There are other statues and monuments lining the street, and you could spend most of a day there window shopping, people-watching, and checking out the number of curious landmarks scattered about.  

Palau de l'Almudaina 

Throughout Spain’s many historical landmarks, visitors will enjoy remnants of the centuries-long Muslim occupation of the country. While the Reconquista saw the Spaniards retake the Iberian peninsula, there are many facets of the Islamic rulers that remain. It helps make Spain, and even remote places like the Island of Mallorca, a truly fascinating place to visit. Hence, landmarks like the Palau de l'Almudaina in central Mallorca. It’s situated next to the Catedral de Mallorca, which creates an interesting juxtaposition. The site actually dates back to prehistoric times, before the Romans built one of their forts when “exploring” (invading and occupying) the island. Centuries later, the Islamic conquest came to the island, and the fortress was turned into an alcázar for the governing Wālis. While there are a variety of architectural styles represented here, particularly the Gothic arches, there are clues to the fortress’s Islamic past everywhere. You can tour the entire fortress and its interior, with highlights being the sprawling courtyard and massive ceremony room. The Spaniards had to put their spin on it, so the Gothic chapel Capella de Sant’Anna was installed. Today, the Spanish Royal Family stays here when visiting the island, so the opulent decor and regal setting make sense. 

Luggage storage near Palma Airport 

With all your luggage storage needs being met by using Bounce, you’ll have the freedom to enjoy this wonderful island. But Bounce doesn't just offer the best luggage storage in Palma de Mallorca. Whether you’re doing a tapas bar crawl through Barcelona or exploring Madrid’s monuments and parks, you can rely on Bounce to take care of the bags for your trip to Spain! 

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