1 commercial in Mahon Mahon for sale

Commercial real estate in Mallorca

Majorca offers a wealth of opportunities for self-employment, to build up one’s own sales network, or to open a local branch office for tax reasons. From a small finca hotel that you run yourself, all the way through to a large-scale catering business, the commercial real estate experts at Porta Mallorquina will be at your side from the start to provide assistance and advice.

Our Commercial team is made up of solicitors specialising in real estate, tax and the laws governing the "right of establishment", real estate agents, controllers from the tourism industry and experienced sales specialists.

The hoteliers and restaurateurs who entrust us with the marketing of their properties can rely on our discretion. We therefore trust you will appreciate that, for reasons of competition, we cannot show all available properties online. The commercial real estate shown here is a small, representative selection from our actual portfolio which we will be happy to present to you on request.

Are you interested in commercial property in Majorca? Or would you like to sell your finca hotel, restaurant, shop premises or hotel? Then please get in touch directly with our commercial property specialists at info@portamallorquina.com or call us on: +34 902 111 567

commercial in Mahon

Mahon, Well-maintained, currently operating 23-room hotel in Mahon

210 m²



€ 2,000,000.-


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Information about Mahon and surrounding area from Porta Mondial:

Mahon is the capital of the Spanish Balearic island of Menorca.
The municipality of Mahon has approx. 28.500 residents and was founded by the Carthaginians, and there is a legend that the town was named by a brother of Hannibal.
Its architecture was strongly influenced by many years of English occupation, and the town gate Portal de Sant Roc, built around 1500, is the only remaining entrance in the medieval city walls.
In the narrow, winding alleys of Mahon interesting churches and museums can be found, next to all kinds of businesses.
From the main square Placa de Esplanada the pedestrian zone leads to the fish and vegetable market under the old cloisters of a former monastery. From here there are wonderful views over the harbour of Mahon.
The fjord-like bay (Ria) has a length of 5.5 kms and a width of up to 1.2 kms and is the largest natural harbour on the Mediterranean. Throughout history it has served seagoing nations as a safe base for their fleets.
The harbour of Mahon is, after the harbour of Sydney, Australia, the second largest natural harbour in the world, and today has become a popular destination for yachts and cruise ships from all over the world.