The same can be said for many of the nearby villages and beaches. The town of San Jose (Sant Josep) is a haven for locals living the Balearic lifestyle and is relatively off the beaten track in terms of tourists, but perhaps if you’re looking for a commercial property for sale here the idea could enhance the lives of locals. Cala Tarida on the other hand, is a very popular beach spot that’s full of holiday homes and therefore always brimming with tourists. Commercial properties aimed at visitors here (with the bonus of sea views!) could do very well indeed.
It’s unsurprising, for instance, that Ibiza’s capital, Ibiza town (or Eivissa in Catalan) is the island’s consumer hub. Home to the busiest and most extensive restaurant, bar and shopping scene, it is packed with diners, drinkers and shoppers at all times of day. Naturally that means it’s a great spot for starting a new dining or fashion enterprise, but it’s also worth considering local competition. Footfall may be excellent, but will you get the same level or return with so many other places to contend with?
In many ways that depends entirely on your personal business proposal. But perhaps it’s worth considering a location that’s equally as famous but slightly less frequented and have a look on the property options for sale there. San Antonio or (Sant Antoni de Portmany) on the west coast could be one bet. Famous for the iconic Ibiza sunsets, it’s beloved by tourists and home to thousands of residents, but its main centre is never as busy as Ibiza’s capital. The restaurant scene is slightly less diverse too, so if you were looking to catch the sunset crowd and had a new idea to bring to the locale, a commercial property here could prove very lucrative. But also luxury villas or apartments in on of the beautiful calas like Es Cubells for example are always a smart investment into property on the island. We have the right product for sale!