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    Luggage Storage Granada

    There are several options for storing your luggage in Granada

    • Airbnb-style platforms: Platforms like Stasher connect you with local shops or hotels who can store your bags safely. Stasher bookings include our guarantee, and prices start from €4.75 and in Granada we have 10.

    • Airport or station left luggage facilities: Usually, most airports and some train stations do have some services. However, they're typically not well reviewed and about twice the price of Stasher.

    • Ask your accommodation: Some hotels/accommodation may provide this, but beware that you are not covered by any guarantee and may invalidate your travel insurance.

    Are you searching for luggage storage (consignas equipaje) in Granada?

    Nestled at the foot of the stunningly beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains, Andalucia's capital overflows with history and culture.

    Granada was the last Moorish stronghold before the Christians conquered all of Spain. The city is also the birthplace of one of Spain's most proud musical traditions–flamenco!

    So, grab your castanets, and we'll tell you more about the city and where you can store your luggage in Granada.

    Other PlatformsStation/Airport Facilities
    Price€4.75Varies, usually slightly moreVaries, up to 2x more
    Refund policyCheck MarkCross Mark credit only or no refundCross Mark
    Guarantee€1,200Similar (terms vary)Cross Mark
    Trustpilot Score4.8 / 5Between 2.5 and 4.4 / 52.7/5
    Number of locations5552VariesOnly at stations/airports

    Luggage Storage Near You In Granada With Stasher

    One of the first luggage storage services, Stasher boasts over 6000 secure Stashpoints in 300 international cities.

    Stasher's secure, affordable, and convenient luggage storage in Granada is your ticket to a worry-free alternative to expensive and unguaranteed luggage deposits.

    Why choose Stasher to leave your luggage in Granada?

    Stasher provides convenient, affordable, and secure luggage storage spots so you can leave your suitcase and enjoy a relaxed stay in Granada.

    • Stasher maintains a 4.8 rating from more than 5000 overwhelmingly positive customer reviews.
    • Every item you store with us comes with an guarantee policy worth up to €1,200.00.
    • Our partnerships with Expedia, Premier Inn, Accor Hotels, and Marriott International make booking travel, accommodations, and luggage storage easy and hassle-free.
    • Feefo, Visit England, the BBC, and Lonely Planet have all recommended Stasher’s outstanding service.
    • With Stasher, you'll be able to store your luggage, musical instruments, and sports equipment without worrying about size or weight restrictions.

    Secure luggage storage in Granada with Stasher is just €6 per day and €5 for each additional day.

    Where to leave your luggage in Granada with Stasher?

    Stasher's international luggage storage network spans over 300 countries, including Spain. We maintain 6000 secure Stashpoints worldwide, and you'll find several of our vetted storage facilities in Granada.

    Planning your itinerary around hotel check-in/check-out times and transportation schedules can be one of the most stressful aspects of traveling.

    Stasher’s Granada Stashpoints remain accessible from the early morning through the late evening hours. You'll even find 24/7 luggage storage in Granada with Stasher's convenient service.

    How to store your luggage in Granada with Stasher

    You can reserve Stasher's secure luggage storage in Granada by following a few simple steps:

    1. Navigate to and enter your desired location in Granada. If you're already in the city, you can use the "Near Me Now" button to find the closest Stashpoint.
    2. Select the approximate drop-off and pick-up times that fit your itinerary.
    3. Book your luggage storage in Granada.

    After booking, you’ll receive an automatic confirmation email. We'll send you directions to your Stashpoint and a reservation receipt. When you're ready, head to your selected Stashpoint and drop off your luggage.

    Luggage Storage Near Granada’s Stations

    Granada Railway Station

    AVE’s high-speed trains have been serving the Granada Railway Station since 2019. Routes include northern destinations like Madrid and Barcelona and closer cities, such as Seville, Almeria, Algeciras, and Santa Justa.

    The Granada Railway Station has no luggage storage facilities. However, the Russian minimarket Gastronom, located about 100 meters from the station, will store luggage. Size and weight restrictions may apply.

    Granada Bus Station

    You’ll find the Granada Bus Station at 33 Avenida Juan Pablo II. The facility is equipped with a cafe, wifi, and ATMs, and you can catch a cab or public transport to Granada Centrale just outside of the station.

    The Granada Bus station also offers luggage lockers that will fit items up to 25 x 50 cm.

    Luggage Storage Near the Granada Airport

    Granada International Airport

    Federico García Lorca-Jaén Granada Airport was named after one of Spain’s most famous poets, playwrites, and theatre directors.

    The airport provides free wifi, child-care centers, and ATMs, but unfortunately, you won’t find any luggage lockers or left luggage storage facilities at the Granada Airport.

    Luggage Storage Near Granada’s Galleries and Museums

    Andalucia's capital has so much to offer, including some of the most unique museums in Spain.

    Let's take a look at where you can find luggage storage near Granada's museums.

    Sacromonte Caves Museum

    Located in the Barranco de Los Negros neighborhood, the Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte, consisting of 11 restored caves, celebrates the history of the Roma people who originally lived in there.

    Guided tours and educational programs give visitors a glimpse into the daily life of the inhabitants. The museum also holds regular events ranging from film showings to flamenco performances to modern-day Roma bands.

    Many of the spaces can be tight, and the museum prohibits visitors from entering with oversized bags.

    Science Park

    Granada’s Parque de las Ciencias is a 70,000-square meter complex dedicated to scientific discovery. The park includes nearly 30,000 square meters of green areas for strolling or enjoying a picnic. In addition, the park houses a bio-dome that is home to over 200 plant and animal species.

    Visitors can learn about all aspects of science at one of the park’s revolving exhibitions or gaze at the stars at the on-site planetarium. The park has limited luggage storage. However, you’ll have to contact the museum to reserve a spot beforehand and determine the prices and size limits.

    Museum of Fine Arts

    The city established its Museo Bellas Artes way back in 1839, and the building is now separated into nine halls or “salas.” The first hall showcases masterpieces from the 14th through 17th centuries, while the second and third salas are entirely dedicated to Spain’s celebrated painter and sculptor Alonso Cano.

    Sala IV displays secular art throughout the ages, while the fifth hall exhibits pieces from the 19th century, including masterworks by Andalucia’s legendary Manuel Gómez-Moreno González. If you would like to know more about Granada’s art history, head to Sala #7.

    The eighth hall displays twentieth-century works by several local, national, and international artists. Contemporary art finds its place in the ninth sala, highlighting art from the mid-twentieth century to the present.

    As with most modern art museums, you won’t find any official luggage storage facilities, and visitors with large bags will be turned away.

    Capilla Real de Granada and Sacristy Museum

    Located alongside Granada’s Cathedral, the Royal Chapel dates from the 15th century. The Chapel houses the remains of members of the Spanish monarchy and includes the Sacristy Museum.

    The museum displays priceless ifacts, such as Queen Isabella’s crown, scepter, jewelry box, and favorite books, as well as King Ferdinand’s sword. Another highlight is the 15th-century Queen’s prized collection of religious paintings, which includes works by celebrated Flemish, Italian, and Spanish artists.

    As with the Cathedral, you’ll need to observe the dress code and leave oversized bags elsewhere.

    Luggage Storage Near Granada’s Top Attractions


    The most visited site in Spain, the Alhambra, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Moors built the “Red Palace” in the 13th century as a residence for the Sultan.

    The 140,000 square-meter complex is divided into three areas. The Nasrid Palaces include the former Sultan’s Comares Palace and the Palace of the Lions, which features an impressive 124 marble columns.

    Originally the Sultan’s summer home, the Generalife is now a botanical garden with elaborate fountains. The Alcazaba, a fortress built in the 11th century, is the oldest portion of the Alhambra.

    Buy tickets in advance because they often sell out, especially during the high season. The Alhambra prohibits entry with bags larger than 40 x 40 cm.

    However, the complex does provide a limited number of free lockers for ticketed visitors. At the Access Pavillion, you’ll find lockers that can accommodate items smaller than 88 x 43.5 x 42 cm. The Puerta del Vino’s lockers can store items up to 39.5 x 70 x 48.5 cm.

    Granada Cathedral

    The conquering Catholics began building the Granada Cathedral in the 16th century. Construction continued for almost 200 years, which endowed the cathedral with a mixture of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque elements. An ornate gilded altar, stained-glass windows, El Greco paintings, two 18th-century pipe organs, and 13 richly decorated chapels dominate the interior.

    You’ll need to dress appropriately when you visit and leave any large bags at a secure location outside of the cathedral.

    El Bañuelo

    Ornate public baths were an essential part of Medieval Moorish culture. But when the stuffy Christians reconquered Spain in the 15th century, they destroyed most of them.

    Fortunately, Granada's 11th-century Bañuelo still stands and is the most well-preserved public bath in the country. Although the architecture is worth the visit, sadly, you can no longer bathe at El Bañuelo, and there are no luggage storage lockers.

    Basílica de San Juan de Dios

    You can get lost for hours taking in the visual details of Granada’s Basílica de San Juan de Dios. Inaugurated in 1737, the Basilica dazzles visitors with an awe-inspiring Baroque interior. Along with lavishly gilded walls and detailed sculptures of Saints, the Basilica houses the remains of St. John of God.

    You’ll need to wear conservative clothing and store any large items elsewhere if you want to visit the Basílica.

    San Jeronimo Monastery

    Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand wasted no time building the San Jeronimo Monastery right after the “Reconquista” in 1492. The original intention was to construct the monastery in Santa Fe, but at the monks’ request, the Royal Family moved the construction site to Granada in 1503.

    The Monastery’s lavish interior is a must-see for a trip to Granada, but you’ll need to leave your bags elsewhere.

    Carmen de Los Mártires Garden

    Head to Carmen de Los Martires Garden for a dose of nature in central Granada. The complex is divided into four distinct areas: the lake, the British Garden, the French Garden, and the Nasrid Patio.

    Entrance is free, but the garden does not provide luggage storage lockers or facilities.

    Alcaicería Market

    The Alcaicería Market is an enormous souk-style bazaar, specializing in Moroccan items like carpets, lamps, and spices. The former silk market is one of the best places to admire Arabian artistry and pick up a few souvenirs.

    Navigating the market’s labyrinth of narrow streets is practically impossible, so you’ll need to store your luggage nearby before entering.


    Originally settled by the Moors, the Albayzín is surrounded by the four Puertas de Las Murallas. The Arab influence remains strong with the 15th-century Dar-al-Horra Palace and the souk market, selling exotic spices and traditional crafts.

    The Albayzín is the ideal area to enjoy a relaxed stroll down narrow, cobbled streets, admiring the white-washed houses and stopping at atapa restaurants and tea houses.

    The neighborhood lies on a hilltop facing the Alhambra, so you’ll want to visit the Mirador de San Nicolas for some of the most stunning views of Granada.

    Plaza Nueva

    Despite its name, the Plaza Nueva is Granada’s oldest square. The Plaza is conveniently located below the Alhambra and next to Carrera del Darro. Formerly the site for Granada’s famous bullfights, it’s now the perfect place to sip sangria while you take in the surrounding architecture.

    The Sacromonte

    Located on Valparaiso Hill northeast of the Albayzin, the Sacromonte neighborhood is famous for its cave dwellings, originally inhabited by the Roma people. Legend has it that the Roma, also known as gypsies, came to the area searching for hidden treasures.

    More likely, they were looking for a secluded place to safely enjoy their unique way of life.

    Legend has it that flamenco originated here, and these days, the caves host flamenco shows for tourists. You can also take a guided tour of Sacromonte’s abbey and catacombs.

    Frequently asked questions

    Is Stasher’s luggage storage in Granada safe?

    Stasher’s team vets each partner (we call them Stashpoints) to be certain that your luggage will be safe. We only work with trusted partners, and we regularly screen their performance to make sure they meet our quality standards. As policy, your luggage should be stored in a securely locked room. We also guarantee each bag for up to €1,200.00 in the unlikely case that anything gets lost, damaged, or stolen.

    How does Stasher work?

    Stasher puts you in touch with a network of local hotels and businesses that offer affordable luggage storage in Granada. Book online, drop your bags off, and continue exploring the city!

    Where can I store my luggage in Granada?

    Stasher offers award-winning, safe, and convenient luggage storage near key Granada attractions and main transportation hubs. Simply search on our map and you will see all our options for where you can leave your belongings.

    How much does it cost to store my luggage in Granada?

    Luggage storage in Granada costs from €4.75.

    Is there a size limit for luggage storage with Stasher?

    No. Our flat fee per day includes oversized or overweight items. However, you may wish to contact your Stashpoint before booking to make sure the location has space to accommodate exceptionally large items like surfboards or upright basses.

    We can accommodate all types of luggage, big or small. To ensure a smooth experience, contact us before booking if you wish to store any odd-sized items (such as bikes, skiing equipment, etc.). Our customer support team is available 24/7.

    What will happen in case I have a problem with my booking?

    Our award-winning customer service is always on hand to help you out. Chat to us using the online chat tool, email us at [email protected], or give us a call! We pride ourselves in taking care of our customers. Our stellar track record has earned us customer service awards from Feefo and Visit England, while more than 73182 reviews give us an average rating of 4.9! We are also the top-rated luggage storage platform on Trustpilot.

    What if I need to change my drop-off and pick-up times?

    We ask for approximate drop-off and pick-up times so that we can prepare for your arrival. However, you can always change your plans, as long as it is within the business' opening times. If you need to extend your booking for extra days, please visit and get in touch.

    How long can I store my luggage in Granada?

    You can store your baggage at one of our Granada luggage storage locations for a few hours, days, or even months. We offer discounts for extended storage. It’s up to you.