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Xlendi Take-Away Available

Ref: 

22-81

Bedrooms: 

0

Finished

Xlendi

25 Per Day

This Take-Away has full permission. It is situated on a busy road in the popular seaside village of Xlendi. This property situated in a good location in the tourist area of Xlendi bay Gozo. The property has Class 4D - Food and Drink Establishments permits.

Shop situated in a good location in the tourist area of Xlendi bay Gozo. Plus it benefits from a corner situation. There is room for a few chairs tables and umbrellas. There is a toilet and shower plus plenty of space to make this site into a profitable business.

Property ID:
Property Type
Price €
Bedrooms
En-Suite Bedrooms
Bathrooms
Construction Stage
FinishDate
Year Built
Floors
Status
Gozo Village
Position
Internal Size
Plot Size
Balcony
Garage
Air-conditioning
Furnishings
Heating
Property Standard
Views
Airspace
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Lift
22-81
Restaurant
25 Per Day
0
1
Finished
1
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Xlendi
Coastal
75
No
No
No
Partly Furished
No
No
N A
no

Bedrooms 

Number 
0
En Suite 

Bathrooms

Number 
1

Kitchen

Lounge Dining Room

Outside Area

Patio Rea for a few table & chairs

Contact Agent

Anthony Reed

If you would like more information on a property or book a viewing please make a note of the Ref. Number and use one of the methods below or call me on 

+356 79268080

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Gozo Area Information

Xlendi

Xlendi Malta Bay Gozo is located at the bottom of a very steep valley beginning in the village of Kercem, which is very near to the capital city of Victoria (Rabat). During the descent to the Bay, one can appreciate the greenery all around, and the deeper one descends into the valley, the more cane growing in the valley, depending on the time of year, arriving at the car park soon after. Xlendi Bay Gozo is a beach town on the island's southwest coast. This attractive location is frequented by both visitors and Maltese, not to mention the residents themselves.

Although the beach is modest, it is one of the greatest on the island. The Bay used to be a tranquil fishing community due to its geological formation and the shallow sloping pebbly beach, and few fisherman still preserve a few of the old boat homes. It is also popular as a summer residence, with many locals staying in their boathouse due to the calm setting. Xlendi Malta is now more of a resort district, with most of the properties converted into restaurants, bars, shops, guest rooms, and hotels.

Although modest, the promenade is very attractive, especially in the summer when it is lined with tables near the shoreline where one can enjoy a quiet dinner close to the water's edge. Despite the fact that the neighborhood has increased in size due to business and residential constructions, it has retained its natural peacefulness.

When you arrive, you will note that the old traditional colored fishing boats are still docked in the bay beside the contemporary pleasure boats, symbolizing what this location is now - a combination of old and new harmoniously coexisting. Swimming is also popular in the bay. There is a boardwalk along the left side of the bay with stone benches set upon rocks where people can drop their luggage and plunge into the sea for a pleasant dip. A buoy line surrounding a lengthy stretch of coast in this location signifies a swimmers zone while also protecting swimmers from the vessels that move about in the bay. There are various ladders to let swimmers exit the lake.

Xlendi Malta Bay is also popular with nighttime visitors who come to enjoy a leisurely stroll along the promenade in the balmy summer nights, with many stopping for a peaceful lunch at one of the local restaurants perched on the water's edge. It is also popular with families who bring their children for ice cream at a popular parlor that creates homemade ice cream. This bay is excellent all year round since spring and autumn are also lovely times to visit this lovely unique spot. This site also has fantastic walks along the coast in several directions on rugged terrain, including an intriguing trip to the guard tower at the inlet us mouth.


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