Where to Store Your Luggage in The Azores

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Last updated on June 4, 2024 | Est. Reading Time: 2 minutes

If you’re visiting the Azores, chances are that you might need to store your luggage at some point. This is often the case if you’re arriving before you can check into your accommodation or checking out from an Airbnb but not travelling until later in the day. Many hotels will allow you to drop off a bag at reception but that isn’t always an option. Don’t worry, though: there are a few backup options. 

It goes without saying that there are very few luggage storage options in the Azores, especially when compared to Lisbon or Porto. For this reason, you may want to consider leaving some luggage in Lisbon, Porto, or even Ponta Delgada to make travelling easier. 

Another way to make things easier would be to rent a car. That way you can keep your bags in the trunk while you explore. 

Finally, another option would be to ask a hotel or business if they’d be willing to store your bags for a few hours if you offer to pay.

So, in short: when visiting the Azores, consider travelling light, staying in hotels that have a reception, or renting a car. 

São Miguel

There are places in Ponta Delgada where you can store your bags by using luggage storage apps like Bounce, Stasher, and Nanny Bag

There is also a left luggage service at Ponta Delgada Airport. More information can be found on the airport website

Terceira

There are luggage storage lockers at Terceira Lajes Airport. 

Faial

There is a left luggage service at Horta Airport. More information can be found on the airport website

Pico

No options found. 

São Jorge

No options found. 

Graciosa

No options found. 

Flores 

No options found. 

Corvo

No options found. 

Santa Maria 

No options found. 

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James Cave is the founder of Portugalist and the author of the bestselling book, Moving to Portugal Made Simple. He has visited just about every part of Portugal, including Madeira and all nine islands of the Azores, and lived in several parts of Portugal including Lisbon, the Algarve, and Northern Portugal.

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