Portugal, Algarve, Paderne, Esteval dos Mouros, you will find a nice one-story villa with typical lines of the region. This villa has had a complete reconstruction with a recent renovation. This villa is situated in a small and picturesque rural village, known as Esteval dos Mouros, located in a quiet area with sweeping and scenic views associated with nature over the picturesque hills and countryside. It comprises 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge with fireplace, equipped kitchen, pantry, laundry, carport with space for up to 3 cars and barbeque. The land surrounding this house has an area of 9,950sqm Next to the house, the excavation has been prepared to install a swimming pool, and if you want to build it, it is necessary to present the project to be presented at the Câmara de Loulé. It has good access and is about 5 minutes from the typical villages of Alte and Paderne, and 20 km from Albufeira and the beaches. Together with this house, it has a rustic plot of land with an approved project to rectify and confirm its current viability at the Loulé City Council, to build a one-story house with 186sqm. It has an artesian hole with a 10,000 liter deposit. Good access, about 20 km from Albufeira and the beaches. As you can see on a visit, there are some houses nearby and it is a good investment to live permanently or for holidays, away from the hustle and bustle of urban centers... Very close to Esteval dos Mouros, in a region like the Algarve, where the main tourist attractions are beaches, resorts and coastal cities, no one would expect to find one of the most typical villages in Portugal 'hidden' here. But yes, it's true. His name is Alte. Alte is a village located in the foothills of the Serra do Caldeirão, in the extreme northwest of the municipality of Loulé, district of Faro. This is a typical Algarve village with a well-preserved historic centre, filled with whitewashed residential buildings and narrow streets and stairs paved with Portuguese cobblestone. Birthplace of writer Cândido Guerreiro, Alte jumped into the spotlight in 1938 when he was a finalist in the contest 'The Most Portuguese Village in Portugal'. However, this distinction did not bring the desired economic return in tourism, being for a long time dependent on agricultural production. However, in recent years the trend has reversed and Alte has started to receive many visitors, being nicknamed the tourism capital of the interior. In terms of territorial cohesion, this evolution was very important, as it helps to reduce the existing asymmetries between the coast and the interior of the Algarve. The other nearby village is Paderne... Paderne, or as it was previously called, Paderna, is according to seventeenth-century authors, a very old place-name, perhaps of Portuguese origin, meaning rough, rude, hard and intractable. Estácio da Veiga discovered in the village itself, underground galleries that he attributed to prehistoric peoples, although a local tradition indicated them as Moorish granaries or bulks. They would be copper mining galleries, later used by the peoples that successively dominated the Algarve coast (Phoenicians, Romans, Goths and Arabs). At about 2 km is the Castle of Paderne, built in the sec. XIII, at the height of Almohad (political-religious sect that appeared at the end of the 12th century among Muslims in North Africa), and which defended not only the ancient settlement of Paderne but also controlled an important passage between the barrocal and the coast. Algarve. Constructed of rammed earth, it has an entrance defended by an advanced tower or barricane and barbican. The castle was prematurely taken over by Christians in the reign of King Sancho I, falling back under Muslim rule, remaining there until 1248, when the knights of the Order of Santiago, led by their master Paio Peres Correia, conquers him definitively.
Algarve, Boliqueime, Loulé, typical Algarvian single storey house in habitable conditions. Entrance hall, access corridor to 3 bedrooms, bathroom, living room, dining room with fireplace, kitchen, outside toilet, storage rooms, garage, carport, cellar, stable, kennel, chicken coop, cistern and water deposit and barbecue, fenced property, with several fruit trees. With electric gate, land with capacity for up to 3 dwellings, 300sqm of implantation and 450sqm of construction, on 2 floors plus basement, excellent business opportunity, less than 4 km from Olhos de Água beach and 6 km from Albufeira. Property located halfway between the coast and a mountain range, 30 km from Faro airport, 15 minutes by car from Loulé and less than 5 minutes from Boliqueime, a quiet village known for its picturesque streets overlooking the ocean. Boliqueime has a population of around 5,000 people and, although it is a small village, it has a wide variety of attractions. Among its most notable features are two churches, the Igreja Matriz and the Igreja de São Faustino, the museum, the water courses and the traditional windmills that were previously used to supply water to the villagers. The chimneys in this region are also unique, so much so that they are part of the coat of arms of the village. It was said that the bigger the chimney, the richer the family. Boliqueime has a monthly market on the last Thursday of each month and an old market on the first Sunday of each month. The baskets made with palm leaves are a very typical handicraft of this region and you can find them in practically all stores in the village. Throughout the year, the village hosts a number of traditional festivals. In the spring, many people visit Boliqueime to see the almond trees with their dazzling pink flowers.
Property with a total size of 7.400sqm, located round 35km to Albufeira. It has a farmhouse totally recovered that comprises of 3 bedrooms, one of them is en-suite, 2 bathrooms, living /dining room with fireplace, equipped kitchen, laundry area. Has borehole and septic tank. Good accesses and has breath taking panoramic views over rural landscape.
Algarve- Alcantarilha and Pêra, Sítio do Malhão, one storey old townhouse, habitable, comprising: Good sized and equipped kitchen, pantry, lounge with fireplace and stove, 2 bedrooms with wardrobes, 1 bathroom. It has an entrance from the back of the house, with access to the kitchen and has parking for 1 car, the main entrance has a large manual gate that gives access to the rest of the land where the covered barbecue is located. The structure of the house is prepared for the construction of the 1st floor and has the possibility of building a swimming pool. Located in the countryside, quiet area with excellent countryside views and 15 minutes by car from the beaches of Galé and Armação de Pêra, 5 minutes by car from the village of Algoz and 10 minutes from the city of Silves, this property is in the center, close to everything but away from the confusion, for those who like to enjoy the peace, this is the right property. Algarve, south of Portugal where the sun shines more than 300 days a year, discover its beaches, the Algarve mountains, gastronomy, seasonal and annual events from the west to the east of the Algarve, whether for leisure or business, come and discover and surrender to its charms... Enjoy this region and enjoy everything it has to offer. Book your visit, we are waiting for you.
Portugal, Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, land in a quiet and peaceful area. Land with a total area of 8.000sqm in a quiet and peaceful area. Rehabilitation of the ruin or a new construction up to a maximum area of 300sqm Great location, ideal for a retirement home or retirement home. Excellent access, close to the EN125 road, 12km from Albufeira. About the origin of the term, there is the following narrative from the writings of the historian Arlindo de Souza, Algoz, in the municipality of Silves: 'According to the tradition in remote times, a certain king of Castile, coming to run the lands of the Algarve Moors, passed by this village. The knights of the royal retinue reminded him of the attack on the village which in his proud opinion was nothing. The King, may he not lose by name, replied immediately that Something you are, whence the name comes Algoz is a former Portuguese parish in the municipality of Silves, with an area of 38.91 ksqm and 3 831 inhabitants (2011). Its population density was 98.5 inhabitants/ksqm, which allows it to be classified as a Low Density Area (Ordinance 1467-A/2001). It was extinguished and added to the parish of Tunes, creating the Union of the parishes of Algoz and Tunes. This former parish in the municipality of Silves is located in the middle of the Algarve. The main town of the parish was elevated to the category of town on 12 July 2001. As a predominantly agricultural area, with extremely low levels of land use and a low number of inhabitants per hectare, the entire area has its own uniqueness. Mais sobre este texto de partida É necessário o texto de partida para obter informações de tradução adicionais Enviar feedback e opiniões Painéis laterais
Algarve, Loulé, Boliqueime, Old house to recover Mixed building consisting of an old house, two storage rooms and a warehouse and land with a total area of 1603sqm. The house comprises entrance/lounge with open fireplace, kitchen, bathroom and 2 bedrooms, one with a small mezzanine. The front of the house has a full length terrace with BBQ. The urban part has a total area of 177.30sqm, and it is possible to increase the construction area up to 300sqm. The house has electricity, two cisterns that are supplied from a private hole through existing plumbing and a septic tank. It has good access, next to the access node to Via do Infante, 3km from Boliqueime, 12km from Loulé and about 10km from the coast. In Boliqueime you will find several commercial establishments, including supermarkets, restaurants, integrated elementary school. Health centre, pharmacy, bank, social and sports facilities and public transport including a railway station Boliqueime, seat of the parish, is located on the slope of a small hill between the sea and the barrocal. The village that developed around the Igreja Matriz has a cultural heritage made up of some points of tourist interest, including the traditional narrow cobbled streets, some of which have a privileged view over the sea, the Igreja Matriz and the Church of São Faustino, a museum and the traditional windmills and wells that were once used for water supply.
Portugal, Algarve, Albufeira, property where it is possible to build a single storey house with an area of 300sqm, 10 km from Albufeira and several beaches in the region. Property with an area of 8 320sqm, with a ruin, being possible to build a single storey house with an area up to 300sqm. Located on a high point, in an area of dispersed urbanization, with stunning views over the countryside and with the sea on the horizon. It has electricity and good access. It is 1.5 km from IC1 and the village of Tunes, 8 km from the Algarve Shopping Center and 10 km from Albufeira and the various beaches in the area.
Algarve, Albufeira, Orada, Albufeira Marina, old house to renovate, by the sea Old house with land located in the Orada area, near the marina, needs renovation. Excellent to live in, located about 1 km from the beach, possibility to increase the construction area. Composed of common room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, garage and roof terrace, at the rear of the house has a patio.
Algarve, Albufeira, Guia, near Makro/Aldi, land with 5,480sqm with well, a ruin with house and annexes, covered area of 235sqm Land with 5480sqm with well and a ruin with house and annexes, covered area of 235sqm, with an excellent position, being the location close to Makro/Aldi, Guia, Albufeira, good access, always in tar to the property. Excellent opportunity to rebuild a house that fits your dreams, in the countryside, just 2 minutes by car from Guia Shopping, Zoomarine and Guia, 10 minutes from Albufeira city centre, S. Rafael, Galé and do Salgados golf course and about 30 minutes to Faro international airport. Suitable for tree planting and horticulture. Excellent opportunity also for those who intend to dedicate themselves to agriculture between the countryside and the sea, with the possibility of placing a house for agricultural support. Electricity and mains water across the street. Mark your visit! Take this opportunity! A little of the history of Guia(Albufeira) Guia is a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Albufeira, with an area of 18.45 ksqm and 3,630 inhabitants (2001). Density: 196.7 inhab/ksqm. Guia is one of the five parishes in the municipality and is located on the so-called Algarve coast, occupying only 25 square kilometers of the 148 that make up the municipality area. Story The old village was located on the side of a not very high hill - Cerro de São Sebastião - from which there was some expansion, especially from the second quarter of the 20th century onwards. The most important sites include Vale Parra, Vale Rabelho, Montes Juntos, Vale Verde, Cortelhas, Vale da Ursa, Tavagueira and Álamos. Oral tradition, a source of undeniable historical interest, perpetuates the site where the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Guia is built as the place where the Virgin appeared, hence the construction of the Sanctuary. In fact, it can be said that legends are often linked to the antiquity of the places. In the memoirs for the Ecclesiastical History of the Bishopric of the Algarve by the same author, the creation of the parish in 1617 is mentioned.
Algarve, Silves, old house to renovate, area of Tunes, Silves, close to the city of Albufeira and the beaches of Galé, São Rafael and Golfe dos Salgados Semi-detached ruin with a project for a single-family house with 2 floors and a swimming pool, subject to approval and prior licensing by the Municipality of Silves. Land with 966.50sqm, with an implantation area of 274sqm. The ruin is located in a quiet area in the countryside 1 km from Tunis, just minutes from the tourist bustle and the beaches, with good access, with solar orientation to the south. The dark red of the strong walls of Silves castle dominating the city and the surrounding landscape. The architecture made of light and art from a Gothic church. The traces of the Arab presence in the city's history. The streets of white houses that reflect the sun and the blue sky, where the past joins the present to make each visit a lasting memory. A little throughout the region of Silves it is still possible to come across the charms and secrets of the history of Portugal, which time does not erase; from the Roman presence to the long Muslim heritage, from the Christian reconquest to the epic of the Portuguese Discoveries. Heir to ancient civilizations, the Algarve region was also a crossing point for other peoples, in a connection almost always facilitated by the immense sea that bathes its coasts. The more than five centuries of Arab influence have forever marked the region's destinations, starting with its name: Al-Gharb, The West. This presence, which extended from the century. VIII to the century. XIII, it is still evident today in the names of the villages, in agriculture, in the architecture of the monuments, in the laces of the terraces and chimneys or in the white of the whitewash that insists on covering the houses of many localities in the Algarve.
Algarve, Faro, Tavira, old house located on top of a hill Old house located at the top of a hill, with views of mountains and sea, where you can build a single storey house up to 300sqm. It has piped water, electricity and good accessibility.
Portugal, Algarve, Faro, Silves ancient house located in the centre of Silves. Old house located in the centre of Silves. Composed of 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom, in need of renovation and with the possibility of extending the existing construction area. Good sun exposure, unobstructed view of the countryside, proximity on foot to schools, supermarkets and trade, quiet area, making this an excellent opportunity for housing.