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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Portofino?

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Portofino?

    There are multiple locations all around Portofino which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Marina di Portofino, Camping Le Fontanelle, Piazza De Ferrari and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Portofino?

    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 Portofino.

  • Are there storage lockers in Portofino?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Portofino. 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 Portofino.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Portofino?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Panificio Maccarini Valeria, Panificio Pasticceria Tossini, and Ristorante Vitturin 1860. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Portofino are Le Terrazze Sul Mare, Hotel Ferrari, and Da O Vittorio.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Portofino?

    Portofino offers several scenic parks including Parco del flauto magico, Parco di Villa Rocca, and Parco Giochi Piazza Torriglia.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Portofino?

    You can find local tourist information at Pro Loco, Il Molo SAS di Cominetti Massimo & C., and Napier Enterprises Limited.

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Store your luggage around Portofino with Bounce

If you can picture yourself vacationing in a charming Italian fishing village, look no further than Portofino. This city seaside city is nestled along the Ligurian coast and is a postcard-perfect destination with unparalleled Mediterranean beauty and quaint Italian charm near Genoa (Genova) and Santa Margherita Ligure. It’s the perfect destination for a relaxing vacation, with plenty of sandy beaches and boating for enjoying the sun and crystalline waters. 

While it’s tiny and feels remote, Portofino is easy to reach from large cities like Genoa, making it a convenient way to enjoy the Italian Riviera. This city is clustered around a tiny, crescent-shaped harbor and is surrounded by a dramatic coastal landscape. The lush hills overlooking the town are dotted with colorful pastel buildings with boutiques, cafes, and seafood restaurants. 

The heart of Portofino is its picturesque Piazza Martiri dell'Olivetta, which is lined with cafes (prime real estate for people watching while sipping espresso), restaurants, shops, and more. There are a few historic landmarks to visit, like Castello Brown, a medieval fortress that offers amazing panoramic views of the Gulf of Tigullio and the city. You'll also have access to hiking trails up and down the coastline and Portofino Regional Natural Park. 

Portofino is a popular destination for yachts and boats that are sailing through the Mediterranean, which makes for a lively energy in town. There are boat rentals and charters to take so you can enjoy unreal views of the coastline and the picture-perfect Italian Riviera. 

Luggage storage in Portofino

Lugging your bags from the train station through the city center will not be the ideal way to explore Portofino, so it’s best to find an alternative so you can enjoy your travel days. Looking into luggage storage services while you’re exploring a new city can go a long way in helping your trip be a success. 

Bounce has the most reliable and well-situated luggage storage facilities on the market, and we have premium features that make it a breeze to use. There’s 24/7 support from a dedicated team, a Bounce guarantee that backs up our service, and an app that is easy to use for finding locations and booking online. Bounce's locations are near all the Portofino hotels, as well, so it's convenient for travel days.

Portofino city guide 

Top things to do in Portofino

Most travelers stick to Portofino’s waterfront when visiting, but there are quite a bit of options for how to spend your time. Of course, relaxing at beach clubs is a Portofino pastime, as is spending time on the water with boat rentals and charters. Hanging around in town is great, with winding cobbled streets and an attractive piazza to explore. 

There’s a host of superb seafood restaurants and plenty of cafés for enjoying the slower pace of an Italian lifestyle. While Portofino is small, there are still a few stores to shop around for gifts and souvenirs. For something constructive, there are a few museums and landmarks to hit as well. Here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Portofino

Castello Brown

This historic fortress overlooks Portofino, as it was built in the 16th century to defend the town. It’s located on a steep hill and offers stunning panoramic views of the village and the Mediterranean Sea. Castello Brown has had a fascinating history, as it’s been used as a fortress, a private residence, and now a museum. Visitors can explore its opulent interior, which houses a collection of art and historical artifacts. While its historical significance is fascinating, most travelers trek up the hill for the unbelievable views! All of this can be done in a few hours, so it’s an ideal activity for the morning or afternoon. If the short hike has you feeling sweaty, you can always cool off with a dip in the Mediterranean.

Castello brown bag policy

There isn't a bag policy at Castello Brown, but the logistics of reaching the fortress might require some walking, so dropping your bags off at one of Bounce's luggage storage spots is your best bet.

Church of St. Martin

This small, picturesque church is located in the heart of Portofino and is a beloved landmark for locals and a destination for religious-minded travelers and history enthusiasts. The church dates back to the 12th century and boasts a distinctive Romanesque-style architecture. The most notable feature is its large bell-tower which commands the landscape of Portofino’s city center. Its interior is not a museum by any means, but it’s worth a visit for its beautiful frescoes and peaceful courtyard.

Church of St. Martin Bag policy

There aren't any rules or policies for what items you can bring into the church, but it's best to be respectful of other visitors and leave larger items and luggage at a storage facility.

Castle and Church of San Giorgio

Locally known as Chiesa di San Giorgio, this secluded church overlooks Portofino from its hillside perch. Like its neighbor, the Church of St. Martin, it boasts attractive Romanesque-style architecture. Its location allows for incredible views of the surrounding landscape, village, and sea. On the same grounds is the Castello San Giorgio, a historic castle with magnificent views of the Mediterranean. Entry is less than $10, and you’ll get some of the best pictures from Castello’s observation deck. There is also a small and historic cemetery located along the outcrop that makes for an idyllic scene. Both the castle and church are near Castello Brown along Via alla Penisola, making it an ideal outing for amazing views and a bit of culture. 

San Giorgio bag policy

This is a relaxed landmark, so there isn't a bag policy in place for visitors. With a solid walk up the peninsula, it's advisable to leave the bags with a luggage storage service before making the trek.

Many of these landmarks and museums don’t offer luggage storage service onsite, so it’s best to find a secure place to store luggage before heading out. That’s why Bounce places its locations near tourist hotspots so dropping the bags off can be quick and easy. The trek to Castello Brown and San Giorgio landmarks is not a walk you’ll want to make with your luggage.

Shopping in Portofino

“The Piazzetta”

The Piazza Martiri dell'Olivetta, known locally as “the Piazzetta,” is a picturesque town square in the heart of Portofino. It's lined with high-end boutiques and designer stores. You'll find a few recognizable fashion brands, and some unique luxury stores, offering upscale items like Italian leather goods, clothing, and jewelry. The square's airy ambiance and attractive architecture make it the perfect place to window shop or stop in for an espresso at a piazza-side café. 

Vico della Marina

Running from the Piazzetta to the waterfront, the Vico della Marina has a small selection of upscale shops, art galleries, and jewelry boutiques. It’s a quick walk down to the water, but you’ll enjoy it regardless of what you find in the stores. 

Via Roma

If you want to find the most recognizable Italian brands, head to Via Roma in the city center. You’ll find shops like Emilio Pucci, Longchamp, Dior, l’Antica Sartoria di Giacomo Cinque, and Brunello Cucinelli. Everything is geared towards opulent and luxurious Italian styles, so the price points certainly won’t be cheap. Via Roma is centrally located and has views of the water, so it’s definitely fun to window shop while strolling through town.

Shopping through Portofino’s hilly terrain will only be hindered by heavy bags, so it’s ideal to find a place to store luggage while you explore the many boutiques and specialty shops in town. That’s why Bounce partners with local businesses in retail districts to provide convenient luggage storage services.

Restaurants in Portofino

Portofino has a rich culinary tradition stemming from its origins as a fishing village. Because of its ultra-fresh seafood offerings and culinary talent that punches above the city’s weight class, Portofino has become a foodie destination. Combine that with the amazing views from patios and terraces, and you won’t have a subpar dining experience. Finding luggage storage before a meal can always help make your harborside dinner more comfortable.

DaV Mare

Situated along the bustling Via Roma, this sleek trattoria features contemporary takes on Italian classics. The inventive approach to traditional Italian flavors has earned this family spot a Michelin Star, so you’ll absolutely need a reservation if you want this dining experience. The food is unreal, but the patio views of Castello Brown certainly don’t hurt.

Cracco Portofino

One of Portofino's Michelin-recognized restaurants, this seafood spot combines classic Italian cuisine with contemporary Mediterranean flavors to create one of the best menus in Portofino. Wonderful pasta and risotto are topped with ultra-fresh seafood and paired with regional wines. What could be better?

Ristorante Puny

While it may not be the best seafood restaurant in Portofino, it’s certainly the most popular, given the incredible views of the marina from the terrace. Expect catch-of-the-day offerings washed down with spritzes. 

Conclusion 

Italy is one of the true must-hit countries and boasts so many great cities to visit. In just about every major Italian travel destination, there’s luggage storage near the best attractions and transportation hubs through Bounce. Bounce has luggage storage locations in nearby cities like Genoa, Santa Margherita Ligure, and Rapallo, and we’ve also put together informative travel guides for each of these.

Being the most convenient luggage storage service on the market, you know you can rely on Bounce for any and every Italian adventure. Easily the best luggage storage in Portofino and Cinque Terre have to offer is available through Bounce, so you know where to look.

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