Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
2 minutes from Mykonos Old Port
3 minutes from Mykonos Bus Station
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
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Luggage Storage Mykonos
If you're looking for a safe place where to store your bags while you're on the beach, then Radical Storage is the best option.
We offer a unique solution to the short-term luggage storage dilemma. Cooperating with local businesses such as shops, hotels, or restaurants, Radical Storage provides storage locations spread all over Mykonos and in over 350 major cities around the world.
Booking and payment can be made online in a few minutes. Also, you don't have to queue, thanks to the QR code check-in process.
Radical Storage Advantages
Among several online luggage storage providers, most travelers choose Radical Storage for its many advantages. The first one is its fixed daily rate (€5 per bag). There are no weight or size restrictions on the luggage.
Also, the rate includes a guarantee for each piece of luggage in case of thief, damage, or loss.
All storage locations are thoroughly verified and supervised. And to top it off, there is multilingual customer service always available.
Mykonos island in Greece is one of the most famous vacation destinations in the world, and for a good reason. With its beautiful beaches, charming towns, and vibrant nightlife scene, it’s no wonder that this island attracts thousands of tourists every year.
This unique island in the Cyclades group of islands is amazingly beautiful and surrounded by breathtaking views from every corner.
The biggest towns are Mykonos, Platys Yialos, Ornos, and Ano Mera.
Things to do in Mykonos
Mykonos is home to pretty tiny white houses with blue-ish door frames that can be seen throughout the coastal region. It has over 20 sandy beaches, including ones that are private and inaccessible by land.
The city itself has been built in a circular manner with narrow streets maze-like curves.
No one could deny the fact that there are many things to do in Mykonos. You can hike mountains, explore beaches and swim in crystal clear waters.
If you want to reach the nearby islands, such as Paros or Tinos, there are several frequent boat services.