Where to Store Your Luggage in Setúbal

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

Setúbal has a lot to offer – from its array of seafood restaurants to its choice of outdoor and water-based activities – which means that the last thing you want to do is lug heavy suitcases and backpacks around. And, the good news is that you don’t have to: there are several places where you can store your bags in Setúbal, whether that’s for a few hours, days, or even longer. 

Most of these options come through luggage storage apps like Bounce, Radical Storage, and NannyBag. These apps allow you to find restaurants, cafes, and shops in Setúbal (and beyond) that’ll store your bags for a fee (usually around €5-7 per day). 

There aren’t as many options as nearby Lisbon but between all of these apps, you should be able to find somewhere that’s right for you. 

Hourly PricingCOSTInsurancePromo Code
BounceNO€6.65 per 24 hours$10,000PORTUGALIST5 (5% off)
NannyBagNO€ 6 – 12 (priced per day)€ 1,500PORTUGAL5 (5% off)
Radical StorageNO€ 6.75-€11.75 (priced per day)€ 3,000

If none of these options work, there are a few other options. 

Firstly, if you need luggage storage because you’re arriving before a hotel or Airbnb check-in, ask the hotel if you can store your bags there. Most hotels are willing to do this but Airbnbs, understandably, can’t due to a lack of a reception area. For this reason, it’s sometimes better to book a hotel rather than an Airbnb. 

Another option, if you’re visiting from Lisbon and planning to return there, would be to store your bags there. There are lots more luggage storage options in Lisbon than there are in Setúbal. 

If you’re visiting Setúbal and planning to take part in an organised activity, such as kayaking or dolphin watching, you may be able to leave your bags at the tour company’s headquarters. Be sure to double check first, though. 

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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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