Portugal, Algarve, Faro Loulé, Alte, semi detached ruin, situated on a hillside with fantastic country views. Semi-detached ruin, situated on a slope with fantastic views of the countryside. Next to the tarmac road, with electricity and water.
Rustic land with panoramic views of countryside and sea, located on high ground about 4 kilometers of São Bartolomeu de Messines, good accessibility.
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Portugal, Algarve, Faro, Albufeira Paderne, rustic land with sea views. Rustic land located in a high area with panoramic views of the countryside and the sea, with local shops 5 minutes by car, 15 minutes from the center of Albufeira and the beaches. In rustic lands, the implantation of prefabricated buildings, wooden houses, modular houses, containers, caravans or other similar solutions, are solutions that, even if they are dismountable or removable, as they are intended for human use, are subject to prior licensing. municipal works. Therefore, before occupying the ground and starting any type of construction, it is imperative to inquire with the corresponding City Hall. Paderne was considered one of the most welcoming typical Portuguese villages, it is a town that has evolved without losing its own characteristics. Located in the Barrocal Algarvio, it is a small village with 53 ksqm of area and with approximately 5,000 inhabitants. It is one of the oldest villages in the municipality of Albufeira due to its rural characteristics and still maintains the features of an inland village. The ruined castle that is one of the 7 castles of the Portuguese flag, is one of the points of scenic interest among other points of historical interest such as the medieval bridge over the Ribeira de Quarteira, the Azenha also known as Moinho de Água, the Fonte de Paderne which formerly supplied water to the entire surrounding area, the Algibre and Quarteira streams and their weirs, and points of religious interest such as the Igreja Matriz de Paderne, the Chapel of Nossa Senhora do Pé da Cruz, the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Assunção.
Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, Paderne, rustic land, cultivable, good access. Rustic land, cultivable, with slight slope, has some dryland trees. It has good access, situated between Paderne and Alfontes, Boliqueime.
Located in the picturesque parish of Paderne, in the municipality of Albufeira, is this unique rustic land, characterized by a steep slope and a privileged location in the vicinity of the ruin of Paderne Castle. With a generous area, this land offers a stunning opportunity for nature and history lovers. The steep slope provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, creating a truly magical setting. Near this property one can appreciate the majestic presence of the ruin of Paderne Castle, one of the most important historical landmarks of the region. This ancient Moorish fortress is a living testimony to Portugal's rich cultural and architectural heritage. The proximity to the castle provides the owners of this land with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the history and enjoy the charming atmosphere of this place. In addition, the rustic land benefits from the convenient location in the parish of Paderne, with easy access to all the necessary amenities and services. The proximity to Albufeira offers a variety of entertainment options, restaurants and stunning beaches, making this terrain even more appealing for those who want to enjoy the Algarve lifestyle. Although the steep slope of the terrain can be challenging, it also offers unique opportunities, right away for the breathtaking views, providing an exclusive and serene environment. This rustic land is a real joy for those looking for a unique property that combines the natural beauty, history and charm of the Paderne region. With the steep slope and proximity to the ruin of Paderne Castle, this site offers a captivating setting for those wishing to create their own history in this charming Algarve location.
Algarve, São Bartolomeu de Messines, Benaciate situated just 10 minutes by car from Algoz, this rustic plot of land, with a triangular shape, completely flat configuration, fenced, with olive trees and good tarred access. On the opposite side of the road there is an EDP pole, so you can request a connection. For water, you can request the installation of an artesian well or negotiate a paid sharing of water with your neighbor. About São Bartolomeu de Messines is a village of Arab origin, which already existed in 1189, when the Crusaders and the troops of D. Sancho I conquered Silves. At that time, it was called Mussiene or Adh-Dhakira Assania, which proves that the village was properly structured. Unfortunately, of the following centuries we know nothing. The medieval church that existed here did not survive to this day and even the locality seems to have lost importance, probably due to its interior and peripheral location in relation to the main centers of power in the late-medieval Algarve. Only in the first decades of the 16th century can we resume the discourse in relation to its mother church. At a still somewhat uncertain moment in the reign of D. Manuel, or already that of D. João III, but which may well correspond to the 20's and 30's, the temple was the object of a radical reformulation, a campaign that, far from being limited to an average aesthetic update, was responsible for an exquisite, original and unparalleled work in the entire Algarve province. A good business opportunity. We can schedule the visit.