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The Official State Gazette (BOE) has published the decision by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) Board of Directors to put out to tender the management of the bar & café and restaurant in the Port of Alcudia’s passenger terminal. The purpose of the tender is to choose the best bid for the award of an administrative concession to provide this public service for a maximum period of ten years.
The tender allows bidders to propose two options: running the bar & café on the ground floor along with the restaurant on the first floor, or just running the bar & café. Preference will be given to the former option, which means that only if no valid bid is submitted for the joint operation of the two premises will bids for the bar & café service on its own be evaluated.
The annual lease charge to be bettered by bidders is €6,512.43 while the annual operations charge to be paid to the APB will be 4% of turnover.
Nearly 340,000 passengers a year use the Port of Alcudia’s passenger terminal and it has scheduled services with the ports of Barcelona, Ciutadella and Toulon in France.