Commercial for sale in Viana do Castelo, Portugal


Viana do Castelo

Commercial premises • 3 Bed. • 1 Bath. • 73 m² • Ref: C0437-00074

Perfectly located in Viana do Castelo is this tasting space perfectly equipped and decorated to receive the thousands of passers-by who flock to the city. Strategically situated in a "Cluster" of gastronomy where multiple restaurants offer multiple gastronomic experiences, thus generating a "hot point" at the time of meals, snacks or dinners. With high profitability due to the fact that it is located next to the main avenue (of the combatants of the great war) that divides the parishes of Monserrate and Santa Maria Maior.Enjoy the influx of customers who walk the avenue by the lima river, who visit the municipal library designed by Siza Vieira or attend the shows or events in the cultural center authored by Eduardo Souto de Moura.Recently modernized with the best kitchen equipment , ventilation and refrigeration and natural gas, also has a large warehouse to support the storage of foodstuffs, furniture or equipment, allowing quality and comfort of customers. Offer comfort solutions even in autumn and winter and guests can enjoy the open or closed terrace and properly licensed." From Viana do Castelo the sun shattered to discover the gold of Brazil and the spices of the Indies, for which this city is a perfect pearl of the Atlantic to be evaluated by the concentration of reasons for visit ation in its territory: heritage, beach, landscape, gastronomy and a pilgrimage with the epithet of the largest in the country. Start with the historic center with beautiful examples of the sixteenth century. In the Republic Square, "living room" of the city, all revolve around the central fountain: the old building of the Town Hall, the Church of Mercy and the House of Mercy, with stunning details on the facades. Then visit the Mother Church, built in the Middle Ages and enjoy, from one of many terraces, the armored facades with old tiles that embellish the whole set of this typically minhota square. Be sure to pass by Avenida da Liberdade to see the contemporary design buildings signed by the best architects in the country, the Municipal Library of Siza Vieira, the Multifunctional Buildings of Fernando Távora and the Cultural Center of Eduardo do Souto Moura. The Museum of Decorative Arts, housed in a distinctive 17th-century manor house, has one of the most important and valuable collections of Portuguese stoneware from the 17th to the 19th centuries, which includes several pieces from the famous Viana Crockery Factory, among other superb collections. On the riverside front, since Viana has river, sea and mountain, you can enjoy the Castle of Santiago da Barra, current building of the Regional Tourism Entity of Porto and North, the Eiffel Bridge and the facilities of the old Shipyards of Viana do Castelo, which in golden times built large vessels that ran around the world. The Gil Eannes Hospital Ship is one of these specimens, with a remarkable history that can be known inside, to understand how this hospital boat, for several decades, has supported the bacalhoeira fleet in Newfoundland and Greenland since 1955. At the top of Monte de S. Luzia, protector and guardian of the city, is the Sanctuary of Santa Luzia and the Cytânia of the Iron Age of the same name. The famous and beautiful beaches of Afife, Norte, Amorosa or Castelo do Neiva are seen from there, being much sought after by holidaypers and lovers of water sports. In August the city transforms to celebrate the Pilgrimage of Our Lady of Agony. Unmissable is the Procession to the Sea with the image on a trawler and the devout people watching on the beach or the flowered carpets through the streets of Ribeira, not forgetting the Ethnographic Cortejo and the Costume Festival, where beautiful minhotas parade in wedding costumes, mordoma and farmer, sporting heavy earrings, necklaces, threads and bracelets in bright gold" (ref:C0437-00074)




Living73 m²
Land73 m²

Viana do Castelo

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