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    2,583 sq ft / 240 sq m
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    A3, C1
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    For Sale
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Mojacar's best and original Irish bar and Restaurant. Located on the paseo serving food and drink from early morning till late at night with fantastic entertainment and professional staff,, this is the combination of good common sense to consider this establishment as a business venture. The business of this great Bar and restaurant is a mere €120.000 outright.

The Irish Rover boasts an large outdoor and covered terrace where 1,000's of patrons have enjoyed their meals and drinks whilst soaking up the sun and enjoying uninterrupted views of the Med. And sandy beach. The indoor restaurant has a no smoking policy which is for your comfort. Smokers are welcome to sit in the covered terrace or open outdoor terrace.

Live entertainment is on seven nights a week. Excellent brand Name in the area with a fantastic reputation throughout southern Spain, in the Irish rover the indoor dining area has a two metre sports projection screen showing all major sporting events with a sound system to match.

There are two fully equipped bars that will ensure that your moments are not interrupted by crowding and plenty of room to be involves in various activates. A children's playroom is in a secure area in the terrace area ensuring that the Adults can have fun too with additional game machines, air hockey and pool tables for the little people.

Mojacar Village still retains its Moorish character and architecture and is located on a rocky hilltop in the Sierra Cabrera mountains overlooking the Mediterranean sea. The Sierra Cabrera is a truly stunning backdrop that changes colour as the day progresses including orange and purple.& The beautiful bright light here and the 3,000 hours of sunshine guaranteed each year has made this area very attractive to artists, photographers and sculptors as well as for year round living and holiday-making.

As a whole the town and Playa offers something for everyone, for both holidaying and full-time living. There are many places of architectural and historical interest, such as the Castle, the Church of Santa Maria, the Fuente (where people can still collect spring water to drink), the Plazas, and the City Gate. There is an exceptional range of restaurants and bars to choose from catering for all tastes, including Indian and Mexican and with many restaurants in the pueblo offering breath-taking views of the bay and wider coastline.