Restaurant / Pizzeria with stunning views over the mountains + 3 Ha of Land with Ruins (Pack).
Restaurant / Pizzeria and mixed terrain (3ha) with ruins, stunning views over the mountains, on the road to Fóia, in Monchique. Taking advantage of its excellent location - which constitutes an undeniable added value - its fully glazed structure allows customers the pleasure of socializing and having their meals in perfect harmony with Nature. Capacity: 120 people. Pleasant outdoor terrace with a wood oven, appealing to the flavors of traditional cuisines, namely the Portuguese one of which we highlight, for example, the exquisite roasted lamb with potatoes and so many other dishes that require slow cooking. Fully equipped and in operation. Kitchen Equipment: - Pizza Ovens; - Chicken roasting oven; - Coffee machine; - Industrial kitchen with oven; - Dishwasher and glasses machine; - Fryer; - Refrigerator and freezers Possibility of expansion. In the basement there is a large room / hypothetical unfinished apartment, waiting for a visionary to appreciate it and give it a suitable destination / utility. The pizzeria is attached to a mixed plot of land (with rustic and urban articles) with about 3 ha, its own water (3 mines) and has 4 ruins. RURAL TOURISM: Feasibility of building 78 apartments, divided into 2 blocks, respecting and following the characteristics of the environment (on a slope) and in harmony with it. Pack with a huge potential in terms of investment in mountain tourism. CURIOSITIES: «In the center of two great mountains (Fóia and Picota), the municipality of Monchique enters history with the presence of the Romans in Caldas de Monchique, attracted by the healing power of its waters. In the following centuries, the mountain was slowly populated and in the 16th century Monchique was already a sufficiently important village to deserve the visit of King D. Sebastião, who intended to grant it the status of a city. The weaving of wool and linen - the solid surrobecos, orianos and tow from ancient times - among other activities, such as those related to chestnut wood, contributed to the prosperity and development of Monchique, in such a way that in 1773 it was promoted to village. The economic changes resulting from industrialization meant the loss of textile and other manufacturing activities. Today, Monchique is an airy village, turned to tourism, with an active handicraft and a diversified economy. Possessing the richest forests in the Algarve, rich in cork oaks, eucalyptus, chestnut trees, among others, Monchique also has the forest that makes its visitors known through safaris, zoological and natural parks and pedestrian expeditions ... » Wikipedia Energy Rating: C #ref:PBI-914