139 Properties for sale in the Algarve Region matching your selection

33 m²

Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, Marina de Albufeira, Shop for commerce or services Shop for trade and or services, in the Marina of Albufeira, sale or rental, well located with easy access, easy parking, good light, area in commercial growth.

22 m²

Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, shop for trade and services, in the Marina of Albufeira Shop for trade and or services, in the Marina of Albufeira, sale or rental, well located with easy access, easy parking, good light, area in commercial growth.

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63 m²
 

Portugal, Algarve, Albufeira, apartment, type T-1, furnished and equipped, located in the Miramar development, comprising living room, bedroom, bathroom, equipped kitchenette, air conditioning and balcony. With outdoor swimming pool for adults and children, gym, restaurant. Located next to the Modelo shopping center, 10 minutes from the beach. This apartment is central and has all the main services nearby, offices, schools, hypermarkets/supermarkets, shopping area, pharmacy, children's playground, gyms, multi-sport municipal gym, municipal swimming pools, radical park, soccer field, marina, shopping area, green spaces, fire, police and GNR. A great investment for holidays and for renting or for your own home! About the history of Albufeira, the place-name Albufeira comes from the Arabic word البحيرة (al-Buħayra), designation from the century. VIII, which means the lagoon or by the sea, or, according to other specialists, castle of the sea, standing tall and in an amphitheater over the sea. From the Arab period, the narrow alleys, the old castle and the very white houses with their terraces and arches persist. The current area of ​​the municipality of Albufeira has been occupied by man since at least 2000 BC. The Romans called it Baltum, and the Arabs. which they occupied in 716, called it Albuar or Albuhera. Its castle, practically impregnable due to its strategic position, was the last Arab stronghold to fall into the hands of King Alfonso III of Portugal. Submitted to Albufeira in 1249, then in 1250 it was donated to the order of Avis. In the first decades of the 20th century there was a sharp increase in the export of fish and nuts. The village then had five factories employing 700 to 800 people, mainly fishermen's wives. However, from the 1930s to the 1950s, there were times of decay, fishing traps were ruined, factories closed, boats disappeared and many houses were abandoned. The population was halved and fishing became once again a subsistence activity. The early 1960s witnessed the awakening of Albufeira to the tourist phenomenon, when it was sought out by international tourists, but it was mainly with the English that it prospered. Since then, the hotel industry in the city has developed a lot. In the 1980s, there was a huge urban development boom, with the city growing to the east, where most of the administrative services, including the City Council, were transferred to.

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44 m²
 

Portugal, Algarve, Albufeira, T0 apartment with living room, equipped kitchenette, bathroom, air conditioning, balcony, located in a 4 * development, Paraíso de Albufeira, 10 minutes from Praia do Inatel and Forte de S. João. Located in the prime area of ​​Albufeira, about 700 meters from the beach. With reception, outdoor and indoor heated swimming pool, as well as mini golf, tennis court, mini club for children, banquet, conference and meeting rooms. This apartment is central and has all the main services nearby, offices, schools, hypermarkets/supermarkets, shopping area, pharmacy, children's playground, gyms, multi-sport municipal gym, municipal swimming pools, radical park, soccer field, marina, shopping area, green spaces, fire, police and GNR. It is, certainly, the best property investment solution for holidays, income or for your own home. About the history of Albufeira, the place-name Albufeira comes from the Arabic word البحيرة (al-Buħayra), designation from the century. VIII, which means the lagoon or by the sea, or, according to other specialists, castle of the sea, standing tall and in an amphitheater over the sea. From the Arab period, the narrow alleys, the old castle and the very white houses with their terraces and arches persist. The current area of ​​the municipality of Albufeira has been occupied by man since at least 2000 BC The Romans gave it the name of Baltum, and the Arabs. which they occupied in 716, called it Albuar or Albuhera. Its castle, practically impregnable due to its strategic position, was the last Arab stronghold to fall into the hands of King Alfonso III of Portugal. Submitted to Albufeira in 1249, then in 1250 it was donated to the order of Avis. In the first decades of the 20th century there was a sharp increase in the export of fish and nuts. The village then had five factories employing 700 to 800 people, mainly fishermen's wives. However, from the 1930s to the 1950s, there were times of decay, fishing traps were ruined, factories closed, boats disappeared and many houses were abandoned. The population was halved and fishing became once again a subsistence activity. The early 1960s witnessed the awakening of Albufeira to the tourist phenomenon, when it was sought out by international tourists, but it was mainly with the English that it prospered. Since then, the hotel industry in the city has developed a lot. In the 1980s, there was a huge urban development boom, with the city growing to the east, where most of the administrative services, including the City Council, were transferred to.

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Portugal, Algarve, Albufeira, T0 apartment with living room, equipped kitchenette, bathroom, air conditioning, balcony, located in a 4 * development, Paraíso de Albufeira, 10 minutes from Praia do Inatel and Forte de S. João. Located in the prime area of ​​Albufeira, about 700 meters from the beach. With reception, outdoor and indoor heated swimming pool, as well as mini golf, tennis court, mini club for children, banquet, conference and meeting rooms. This apartment is central and has all the main services nearby, offices, schools, hypermarkets/supermarkets, shopping area, pharmacy, children's playground, gyms, multi-sport municipal gym, municipal swimming pools, radical park, soccer field, marina, shopping area, green spaces, fire, police and GNR. It is, certainly, the best property investment solution for holidays, income or for your own home. About the history of Albufeira, the place-name Albufeira comes from the Arabic word البحيرة (al-Buħayra), designation from the century. VIII, which means the lagoon or by the sea, or, according to other specialists, castle of the sea, standing tall and in an amphitheater over the sea. From the Arab period, the narrow alleys, the old castle and the very white houses with their terraces and arches persist. The current area of ​​the municipality of Albufeira has been occupied by man since at least 2000 BC The Romans gave it the name of Baltum, and the Arabs. which they occupied in 716, called it Albuar or Albuhera. [7] Its castle, practically impregnable due to its strategic position, was the last Arab stronghold to fall into the hands of King Alfonso III of Portugal. Submitted to Albufeira in 1249, then in 1250 it was donated to the order of Avis. In the first decades of the 20th century there was a sharp increase in the export of fish and nuts. The village then had five factories employing 700 to 800 people, mainly fishermen's wives. However, from the 1930s to the 1950s, there were times of decay, fishing traps were ruined, factories closed, boats disappeared and many houses were abandoned. The population was halved and fishing became once again a subsistence activity. The early 1960s witnessed the awakening of Albufeira to the tourist phenomenon, when it was sought out by international tourists, but it was mainly with the English that it prospered. Since then, the hotel industry in the city has developed a lot. In the 1980s, there was a huge urban development boom, with the city growing to the east, where most of the administrative services, including the City Council, were transferred to.

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22 m²
22 m²

Algarve, Faro, Albufeira store for trade and services, in the Marina of Albufeira Shop for trade and or services, in the Marina of Albufeira, sale or rental, well located with easy access, easy parking, good light, area in commercial growth.

3110 m²

Algarve, Faro, Silves, villa construction site, with approved project, Messines, Barragem do Funcho Land with project approved for a villa, located about 2.5 km from Messínes, with fruit trees, very quiet agricultural area with good access, near the dam of Funcho.

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22 m²

Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, shop for commerce and/or services, in the Albufeira Marina Shop for commerce and/or services, in Marina de Albufeira, sale or lease, well located with easy access, easy parking, good light, commercial growth area

6280 m²

Algarve, Olhão, Ria Formosa, rustic land, well located. Rustic, flat terrain, with some rainfed trees. It has easy access, water and electricity nearby. Located on the outskirts of Olhão, about 2km from the city center, next to the national road that connects Pechão to Olhão. The City of Olhão is located in the heart of the Ria Formosa Natural Park, a unique ecosystem for its fauna and flora, its incredible sand banks, its extensive golden sand and its barrier islands... You will be amazed by all the natural spectacle that the Ria provides to the city. In the various bars and cafes with inviting terraces, you can enjoy the Ria, its fantastic sunrise and sunset, and the unique tranquility that it brings us. We also suggest a boat trip whose route runs through the river channels of Olhão and the barrier islands that are part of the Ria Formosa. Take the opportunity to visit the Cabo de Sta. Maria Lighthouse (Ilha do Farol) and take a trip to the fantastic Ilha Deserta, Ilha da Culatra and Ilha da Armona. Pechão is a small rural village, where almond and fig trees abound, located about 4 km from Olhão and Faro. The small Church of Pechão stands out for being at the highest point of the town. From here you will find a beautiful view that reaches the entire region to the sea. Attached to the Church, and in the middle of the street, we see a small Chapel of Bones. You can also visit the Fonte Velha, the Casa-Museu de Pechão and the Chalé de Belamandil, the Solar do Torrejão, the coast mills and the daughter-in-law of the 3 sugar mills in Belamandil.

6000 m²

RESERVED - Algarve, Faro, Loulé, Boliqueime, rustic land of 6.000sqm with several almond and carob trees, Maritenda. Rustic land of 6.000sqm with several almond and carob trees, equipped with hole in society. Quiet location with good access, next to residential houses and with easy access to the road EN125.

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80 m²
360 m²
 

Old house, Terms, Alte, Loulé, Algarve, Portugal. Old house in need of renovation, with the possibility of expanding a 1st floor, semi-detached on one side, with sun exposure to the south, west and north. With all the infrastructures such as water, electricity and sewers and reasonable access, in a quiet area and with an open view. The village of Alte, which was once considered the most typical in Portugal, remains faithful to its origins, where the Igreja Matriz, probably built in the 1500s, remains the oldest historical reference in Alte. The village, Fonte Grande and the entire surrounding area, characterized by the picturesque environment that surrounds it, are visited annually by many thousands of tourists who linger in the local restaurants and cafes, after having acquired the traditional handicrafts of the land, such as regional sweets, wooden toys, pottery and esparto work. The houses are white and simple and with few terraces, but they have the most beautiful lacy chimneys in the Algarve. Alte Aldeia Cultural and the 1st of May Festival are, without a doubt, the highest moments of the festivities carried out throughout the year. Fontes de Alte is one of the most pleasant places in the region, with its crystal clear waters of the Alte stream, surrounded by a wooded area of ​​great beauty and peace of mind. The waters of the stream form a swimming pool of great beauty, providing pleasant moments of leisure, very popular during the summer months, the space has a pleasant Picnic Park, and a large leisure space perfect for activities or simply resting in a landscape bucolic, a place of inspiration for several poets and artists.

6040 m²

Flat, rustic land, Mosque, Alcantarilha, Amendoeiras Golf, Faro, Portugal. Rustic land, composed of clean and flat land, in an area of ​​orange orchards, in Sítio da Mesquita, Alcantarilha. It has reasonable access, electricity and water close to the property. Alcantarilha is an old Portuguese parish in the municipality of Silves, with little population density, with all services and about 4 km from the beach of Armação de Pera, a beach with extensive sand, framed by the urban-tourist center of Armação de Pera that offers numerous services to beach users. A pedestrian promenade overlooking the sea, with landscaped spaces and a view over the coastline, runs along the central sector of the beach offering sunny terraces. To the east of the beach and doing justice to the long fishing tradition of Armação de Pera, the beach is occupied by colorful fishing boats and equipment houses. The name of the beach comes from this being the place where the fishermen from the village of Pera, located further inland, set up the 'armação' (fishing device) which was the basis of their livelihood. Past Pescadores beach, the human marks fade and the horizon opens up. You can then see the dunes as far as the eye can see and the wetland that forms at the mouth of the Alcantarilha stream, with its typical vegetation and countless water birds, such as the huge gray heron or the small and tireless plovers. Book your visit to this property now!