We are proud to offer one of the largest and most iconic themed restaurants in Menorca! Situated perfectly between popular tourist resort of Cala en Porter and the main hub of Mahon, this restaurant, themed perfectly to Lord Nelson’s ship is, has gained an excellent reputation for many years. (Son Vitamina, Menorca)
This opportunity comes with several exciting options. A business ready to take off the ground and ready to go, or the option to convert back to a large family home. The grounds are large, and as a business, it has sizable terraces, perfect for alfresco dining, ample parking, fully equipped kitchens, and large inside dining area, as well as a wood-burning fireplace, for cozy winter lunches. There are multiple storage and prepping spaces, two sets of bathrooms at each end of the restaurant, as well as the entire top floor living accommodation. It is currently split up into two, 2-bedrooms apartments, each with private entrances but you could equally change it into one large living accommodation.
The first floor of this property, and the larger of the two apartments, has a unique wood burning fireplace, with high beam ceilings in the lounge. There is an open plan kitchen and dining space upon entering, as well as two bedrooms with full bathroom. The apartment is flooded with natural light.
The East facing apartment also has its own entrance, leading into the kitchen and onto the lounge. It has a good-sized bathroom and two double bedrooms, one with air conditioning.
There are several options for this wonderful property, and we would be more than happy to explore these further with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have anymore questions.
Son Vitamina is a small residential location, very close to the small towns of San Clemente and Cala’n Porter. Both have a number of amenities, banks, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, cafes and a beautiful beach.
The municipality of Alaior has some stunning beaches, such as Son Bou and Calan Porter, which are both a very short drive from the town. Alaior is fantastic for wondering about early or late evening, when the heat of the sun is not around, and the light brings out a more intense colour pallet. There is a market and live music every Wednesday evening during the summer season and the whole town is alive and vibrant with tourists and locals alike, enjoying tapas, cold refreshments, and the warm Mediterranean air.
Alaior town, traditionally was a village which specialised in farming and cattle-raising. Its focus now is on the service industry. Crafts are also a great source of income in this area, especially handcrafted footwear.
Alaior still reflects its charming medieval and historic heritage, on an ancient hill dominated by its beautiful church of Santa Eulalia. It is not unusual to see a rider on horseback, winding through the streets, as horses play a huge part in the towns culture. Alaior has a picturesque rural road running from its town to Es Mercadal, called the Cami d´en kane, which was the main thoroughfare, before the main road was built.
Carrer del Gat Pescador, 1, 07730 Son Vitamina, Illes Balears, Spain