This large stone masia was formerly used as a disco. In a great location in L’Escala near to the beach, the property offers many possibilities of usage. The spacious rooms, where previously the dance floors and bars and DJ booths were installed, can be transformed any time and offers new utilization concepts. Also the large property offers many possibilities and allows any commercial exploitation (Night club, hotel, restaurant, etc …) Here, the strategic location is of great benefit to the success of any commercial enterprise. There is enough space for parking and an excellent access and connection to the existing infrastructure of the tourist centers of the Costa Brava. An ideal property for a good investment.
L’Escala, a small town close to the Golf of Roses, was once known for its sardines and for anchovy fishing. Today, tourism has become the town’s main economic factor. The Club Nautic L’Escala is a regular host of international contests and regattas. We take a walk along the esplanade close to the sea, in order to visit the city’s Old Town, which still holds much of the charm typical for Mediterranean fishing villages. The small, steep alleys with their white houses and their wrought-iron balconies and terraces still look like they did many years ago. Traditions and fiestas have been kept alive, too. For example, there is the Festa del Carme on July 16th. The mermaid’s procession to the church of Sant Pere is a yearly highlight for inhabitants and tourists alike.
In L’Escala, there are many places to dine. The cuisine is traditional, and fish is a major component of most dishes. After our long time out on the boat, we decide to have a late lunch. We especially like the lunch served in the Hotel and Restaurant el Roser, which can be found close to the Carrer Església, and the view from the Terrasse des 1869. Good places to eat can also be found in the fishery harbour. On weekdays, the menu is available for 8,50 €. On Thursday s, an excellent Paella is part of the menu. L’Escala is always worth a visit.