Luggage Storage Almeria
Top Luggage Storage Location in Almeria
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
in Almeria City Center
1 minute from Refugios de la Guerra Civil Española de Almería
5 minutes from Playa de San Miguel
8 minutes from Cable Francés
3 minutes from Puerta de Purchena
7 minutes from Conjunto Monumental de la Alcazaba de Almería
LUGGAGE STORAGE IN ALMERIA
Most travelers often find themselves with heavy suitcases to carry around, especially after checking out of the Airbnb. How to solve this problem? It's simple! Nowadays, you can leave your belongings with the Radical team! We work with public companies such as hotels, restaurants or shops that use free spaces within their businesses as luggage storage locations. In this way, you can walk around the city lightheartedly.
HOW TO BOOK A RADICAL IN ALMERIA
We made sure that our online booking is accessible to everyone and can be completed soon. All you need is a smartphone and an internet connection. Go to the site and check the list of luggage storage locations. Choose the closest one (enabling geolocation will speed up the process) and reach it in no time! Radical is a low-cost service with a fixed rate of €5 per bag at no extra cost. The rate is valid until midnight on the current day.
THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
If you're visiting Andalusia, you can't forget to drop by Almerìa. Almerìa is a vibrant and thriving city thanks to the province's agricultural activities, the silk of the Alpujarras, tourism, and a number of busy clubs and bars where you can have fun throughout the night. Located at the foot of a mountain range, Almeria is a maze of winding streets, beautiful museums, and at the end of the Rambla is the port and numerous beaches.
EXPLORE EVERY CORNER
Famous tourist sites in Almerìa include: La Alcazaba, a medieval fortress that was begun in the 10th century but destroyed by an earthquake in 1522. It is the second largest Muslim fortresses in Andalusia, after the Alhambra. If you like nature East of Almarìa you can find Cabo de Gata, a natural park. With less than 200mm of rainfall a year, this is Europe’s only subtropical desert, but don’t let that scare you, there are many things to do here. You can climb El Fraile, a long extinct volcano 500 metres high that gives you an amazing view of the sea, you can see abandoned mining villages in the park, and also secluded beaches that you can have almost all to yourself. Last but not least, be sure to check out the Almarìa air raid shelters, underground galleries for civilian protection during the Spanish Civil War, they are Europe’s longest ones that are open for tourists.