A beach bar opened and run by the parish on the island of Mallorca

An aperitif validated by the Church. On the island of Majorca (Spain), a bar has opened on the beach of Portals Nous. Behind its appearance of a banal guinguette, the establishment is in fact run by the parish of the commune.

This chiringuitos (beach bar in Spanish) is actually run by the Church of Portals Nous, reports the Diario de Mallorca relayed by The Independent. A detail that does not change the establishment’s menu in any way: in addition to the traditional prawns and salads, there is alcohol on the menu, and even champagne at more than 400 euros.

Construction of a solidarity hostel

The real difference is where the profits from the beach bar go. Indeed, all the income generated by the establishment will be used to finance a charitable action on the island of Majorca. The idea is to build a refuge capable of accommodating a dozen people.

The aim is to accommodate families with housing access problems. The cost of this future solidarity hostel is not anecdotal: between 800,000 and 900,000 euros, hence the idea of ​​opening a chiringuitos to fund the project. The icing on the cake: the bar was – logically – baptized Tabgha, the city where Christ would have multiplied the loaves and fishes according to the Bible.

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