Holding a license for a cafe/snack bar and hot/cold kitchen, this business is found on a 63mē ground floor space which includes an upper level where one finds the preparation room plus other auxiliary spaces, a WC for the personnel, a changing room and an office.
On the gound floor, there is a female and male toilet as well as an accessible toilet for persons with an impairment.
Taking full advantage of an average 300 days of sunshine in the island and the 6m facade, there is space here for 6 tables seating 4 in front of the cafe in a beautiful and busy pedestrian zone and room for 10 tables seating 4 in the interior.
The personnel includes 4 persons employed during the summer season and 3 in wintertime while the monthly rent for the space hosting this business is 1100 Euros.
The annual revenue is 60.000 Euros with a net profit of 25.000 Euros after all expenses are deducted.
A true magnet for everyone in the city and so an increasing popular spot for both locals and tourists, the picturesque Old Town of Chania is THE place to start a lucrative business! Own yours today!
Chania is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. The big number of tourists from around the world is not a coincidence. After all, Chania combines outstanding natural beauty of the area with its rich history and significant cultural tradition and complete tourist infrastructure.
Chania is the capital of the prefecture of Chania, located on the northwest coast of Crete. Its extension is approximately 11 sq. km. 53,910 people live in the town of Chania (according to 2011 census). Throughout the Municipality of Chania there are 108.642 residents, while the entire area has 156,585.
The city has an important historical background and cultural heritage mainly because of contact with different cultures. The at least superficial knowledge of the history of Chania since the Neolithic age until the modern era is essential for every visitor to be able to understand what he sees in the city and region. Chania was important Minoan city that is identified with ancient Cydonia.
Main attractions of Old Town of Chania are the Venetian Port, the Maritime Museum, the Archaeological Museum , the Residence of Eleftherios Venizelos, the tombs of the Venizelos, the War Museum and many other monuments of Byzantine, Venetian, Ottoman and modern periods.
The climate is mild Mediterranean with normal temperatures throughout the year. The economy, besides tourism, is particularly based on agriculture and more specifically the cultivation of olive trees and citrus. The production of wine, avocado and cheese products is also expanded.