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.
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.
Portugal, Algarve, Faro, Albufeira, plot of land for construction, in the centre of the development of the Marina de Albufeira, near the beaches of Galé, S.Rafael and Castelo
Portugal, Algarve, Faro, construction site, in the centre of the Albufeira Marina development, near the beaches of S.Rafael, Praia do Castelo and Galé
Portugal, Algarve, Faro Albufeira, plot of land for construction of a villa in the area of Lago da Marina de Albufeira