-Restaurant for sale-Monchique, Algarve.
Restaurant for sale near Monchique. Okay, working. Capacity of the indoor dining room around 70 people. Two bathrooms and equipped kitchen. Ground floor with outdoor terrace. Composed of 1 room where the bar is located and another for dining room, kitchen, outdoor area of roasts, 2 bathrooms, terrace area and outdoor patio. It also has a large warehouse at the back of the kitchen, a small dwelling with kitchen room and living room (support for employees) and a ruin next to the restaurant. There are private parking spaces at the doorstep. Ref.: 3394 Monchique is a Portuguese village in the District of Faro, region and sub-region of the Algarve, with about 2 300 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 395.30 km2 of area and 6 045 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 3 parishes. The municipality is bordered to the north by the municipality of Odemira, to the east by Silves, to the south by Portimão, to the southwest by Lagos and to the west by Aljezur. The municipality of Monchique was created in 1773, by dismemberment of the municipality of Silves. In the center of two large mountains (Fóia and Picota), the municipality of Monchique enters history with the presence of the Romans in the Caldas de Monchique, attracted by the healing power of its waters. In the following centuries, the mountain was slowly populated and in the sixteenth century Monchique was already a village important enough to deserve the visit of King Sebastian, who intended to grant it the status of city. The weaving of wool and linen - the surrobecos, orian and burlap solids of ancient times - among other activities, such as those related to brown wood, contributed to the prosperity and development of Monchique, in such a way that in 1773 the village was promoted. Economic changes from industrialisation have meant the loss of textile stemming and other manufacturing. Today, Monchique is an airy village, focused on tourism, with an active craft and a diversified economy. Possessing the richest forests of the Algarve, rich in oaks, eucalyptus, chestnut trees, among others, Monchique also has as a distinctive landmark this forest that makes known to its visitors through safaris, zoos and natural and hiking expeditions. #ref:NU_3394