274 Properties

  • Homeland with 80 hectares with rural tourist project near São Bartolomeu de Messines


    € 15.000.000
    For sale land of 80 ha located north of São Bartolomeu de Messines (Silves council), near IC1, with the possibility of a project for rural tourist development.
    • 803240m2
    • 1680m2
    • 0
    • 1
  • Santa Margarida | Urban land with 21.8 hectares in TAVIRA


    € 8.600.000
    Land in Tavira with 21.8 hectares, in the connection between the A22 and the city center of Tavira, in a place with excellent development potential. The land is located in the vicinity of the city of Tavira, in the Western Algarve, 37 km from Faro (39 km from the airport), 300 km from Lisbon and 172 km from Seville. The Pêro Gil Detail Plan, wh ...
    • 218837m2
    • 218837m2
    • Ref. JFCGD-02025078
  • Cruz da Légua | Manufacturing Enterprise in the Cross of The League


    € 3.700.000
    Industrial warehouse (manufacturing enterprise) of 23,503 m², located in Cruz da Légua (Porto de Mós), corresponding to the factory building for the manufacture of tiles and accessories, consisting of three factories and office building and social facilities. Property is located next to en8, between Moitalina and Cruz da Légua. Reasonable and con ...
    • 39670m2
    • 22955m2
    • Ref. JFCGD-02026914
  • Herdade Sesmarias dos Nobres | Homeland in alentejo called "Sesmarias dos Nobres" located in Grândola


    € 3.500.000
    Herdade Sesmarias dos Nobres with an area of 63 hectares is situated near Grândola. Composed of 3 large lakes (14+11+6,000 m2 x ±10 tall), the largest with part converted into organic pool, has fish, crayfish, otters and many birds. Good lands for physalis plantation, and all kinds of crops, has no crops for more than 30 years, completely biolo ...
    • 630000m2
    • 707m2
    • 15
    • 11
    • Yes
    • Ref. JF-212EE
  • Pinhal Redondo | Land with 6 hectares in Montijo

    € 3.330.000
    Mixed land in Montijo, with a total area of 59,880 m² (one article with 37,800 m² and another with 22,080 m²), in Estrada Real, in an agricultural area with small clusters of housing, located between the Montijo/Samouco road, the N119 Montijo/Alcochete road and the A2 motorway. It has a front of about 110 m to the Royal Road, about 650 m from the ...
    • 59880m2
    • 59880m2
    • Ref. JFCGD-02018212
  • € 3.250.000
    • Ref. JFBCP-111652EE
Albufeira in the Algarve

Albufeira in the Algarve

Albufeira is a Portuguese city belonging to the District of Faro, region and sub-region of the Algarve, with about 31 000 inhabitants. [1] It is the seat of a municipality with 140.66 km² of area[2] and 40 828 inhabitants (2011),[3][4] subdivided into 4 parishes. [5] The municipality is bordered to the west and northwest by the municipality of Silves, to the northeast and east by Loulé and to the south it has a wide coastline in the Atlantic Ocean. Due to a vibrant nightlife (bars, nightclubs, renowned restaurants), frequent parties and some of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal, Albufeira has become one of the largest tourist centers in the country, standing out as the Portuguese city with the largest number of resident foreigners, with 22.5% of the permanent population having been born abroad, particularly in other European countries. [6] A search of the cheerfulway website has elected Albufeira as the best place to live in Portugal. [7] Albufeira is a seaside town in the Algarve region, which is in the south of Portugal. The former fishing village has become a popular holiday destination, with beaches and a bustling area with nighttime attractions. Currently, local fishermen use the modern marina, which is also a base for diving, dolphin watching and boating. It is surrounded by colorful residential buildings with a seaside promenade. The toponym Albufeira comes from the Arabic word البحيرة (al-Buưayra), designation of the 17th century. VIII, which means the lagoon or by the sea, or, according to other experts, castle of the sea, with high and amphitheater on the sea. From the Arab period, the narrow alleyways, the old castle and the very white houses with their roofs and arches persist. The current area of the municipality of Albufeira has been occupied by man at least since the year 2000 BC. The Romans gave it the designation of Baltum, and the Arabs. who occupied it in 716, named it Albuar or Albuhera. [8] We find the five centuries of Arab p
The Loulé Market

The Loulé Market

The Municipal Market of Loulé was inaugurated on June 27, 1908, when the City Council was chaired by José da Costa Mealha. The building was built according to the project of architect Alfredo Costa Campos, from Lisbon, although the same project has known some changes since the initial document of 1903 which in turn was already based on another project of 1898 whose author is unknown. The idea of building a market for fish, fruits and vegetables was already old and consensual, however, its location and the number of markets to be built did not meet the consensus of the Louletanos. The rivalry was felt mainly between the Parish of São Sebastião and the Parish of São Clemente. According to the newspapers of the time there were several proposals regarding the location of the Market. In 1891, the City Council commissioned the Faro Public Works Builder to project a project for the fish sales market. This market would be built next to Largo de Chafariz (now Largo D. Afonso III) and consisted of a rectangular plant with 33 meters long and 19.5 meters wide, had 60 stalls with one square meter each and nine compartments for storage. This project has not been implemented but reflects the House's concern about the sale of the fish because it is the same one that drew the most criticism from the Louletanos. After a long discussion, the Chamber then decided, at the end of the 19th century, to build the Market next to the building of the Town Hall and then began the expropriations and respective demolitions at the beginning of the 20th century. In architectural terms, the market has adopted the Arab-inspired Revival style with four pavilions and four access gates. However, the House did not have large financial resources at the time and the money available was insufficient for the implementation of the entire project. In this sense, the architect was asked to make some changes to the project, which were submitted in 1905 and which basically targeted the