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Building Commercial Guiné Paderne Albufeira for sale - water hole, ruin
thumbBuilding Commercial Guiné Paderne Albufeira for sale - water hole, ruin
t1t2t3t4t5REF LR-LUX0081181m²  3.160m²Sale
Two Mixed Buildings between the Mountains and the Sea They are located in Guinea, parish of Paderne, municipality of Albufeira. the exit of Tunis towards Paderne/Albufeira. It also has access to the motorway node that runs from the Algarve to Lisbon and also the National road. It is part of a high, privileged area and villas, Solar Orientation to the Four Cardinal Points. Beautiful view, especially night of Albufeira Illuminated, good as the beautiful landscape that surrounds the location of these Mixed Buildings. They are buildings with flat land with soft slope. 1- Mixed building composed of arable culture, almond trees, olive trees, carob trees and an address of single-end houses with 2 divisions, intended for housing - covered area: 140sqm and discovered area: 300sqm. Total land area 2,000sqm. 2- Mixed building composed of Almond trees, arable culture, carob, olive trees and a ground floor villa, destined for housing, with two divisions (discovered area 159sqm). Total Land Area 1,160sqm. Nearby: Faro International Airport: 28 minutes Albufeira and Albufeira Beaches: 12 minutes Beaches from Albufeira to Armação de Pêra between 12 and 20 minutes Zoomarine Water Park: 11 minutes Algarve Shopping: 8 minutes Motorway A22: 7 minutes 3 minutes from the Railway Network Parish of Paderne 'Paderne is a portuguese parish in the municipality of Albufeira, with an area of 52.56 ksqm and 3,304 inhabitants (2011). Its population density is 62.9 inhabitants/ksqm, which allows it to be classified as a Low Density Area (ordinance 1467-A/2001). [1] Location of the Parish of Paderne in the Municipality of Albufeira The Parish of Paderne belongs to the Municipality of Albufeira, in the District of Faro; it is situated on the left bank of the Algibre or Quarteira stream, about 12 km from the concelhia head of the day. Her orago is Our Lady of Hope, celebrated every year on 30 November. The toponym 'Paderne' derives from the low-Latin (villa) Paterni, 'paterno's farm'. Located in Barrocal Algarvio, Paderne, is a small village with 53ksqm of area and with approximately 5000 inhabitants. It is one of the oldest in the municipality of Albufeira for its rural characteristics, maintaining the traces of an inland village with its castle as well as several points of landscape interest namely: the fountain, the streams of Algibre and Quarteira and its dams having many other historical points of reference to consider and visit. heritage Paderne Castle Paderne Mother Church Medieval Paderne Bridge Paderne watering Hermitage of Our Lady of the Foot of the Cross Hermitage of Our Lady of the Assumption house of peace Paderne Fountain - Located on the road between Paderne and its Castle, its existence dates back to the 19th century. eighteenth and given its importance, it was firmly protected by the municipal legislation of the time. Integrated in the intervention area of Ribeira de Quarteira, it has a project that includes the conservation of the fountain and landscape arrangement of the surrounding spaces. In a first phase, parking areas and public toilets will be created. Subsequently, kiosks are expected to be installed for the sale of handicrafts and regional products. ' Municipality of Albufeira Albufeira is a Portuguese city belonging to the Faro District, region and sub-region of the Algarve, with about 31000 inhabitants It is the headquarters of the municipality of Albufeira with 140.66 ksqm of area[and 40 828 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 4 parishes. 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 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, thus standing out as the Portuguese city with the highest number of resident foreigners, with 22.5% of the permanent population being born abroad, particularly in other European countries. A survey of the cheerfulway website elected Albufeira as the best place to live in Portugal. [ 'The origins of Albufeira are unknown, but everything leads us to believe that the region was already populated in prehistoric times and that the place where the city stands today would have been, a few centuries before our era, an important settlement with its seaport. The primitive settlement was occupied by the Romans who named it Baltum. They introduced a centralised administrative organisation and developed an intense agricultural and commercial activity. They built aqueducts, roads and bridges of which there are still traces today. The toponym Albufeira comes from the Arabic denomination 'Al-buhera' meaning 'castle of the sea', a reason that may be linked to the proximity of the ocean and/or the lagoon that formed in the lower part of the locality. The Arabs built solid defensive fortifications, making it almost impregnable, which to some extent was not unfounded, because Albufeira was one of the squares that the Arabs kept longer in their power. The development of agriculture was remarkable and new techniques and new crops were introduced. The Arabs already used the charrua and fertilizers, as well as the daughter-in-law for the elevation of water in the wells. They introduced new irrigation systems in the fields, highlighting the dams and levadas, thus transforming uncultivated areas into vegetable gardens and orchards. When D. Afonso III took the throne, part of the Algarve had fallen into the power of christians. Templars and Hospitallers, military orders that assisted in the Reconquista, frequently jumped the lands that were still under Arab rule, but always stood before the strong walls of Albufeira. Only after the taking of Faro did the situation in Albufeira become unsustainable. Surrounded by enemies on all sides, the square fell into the possession of D. Afonso III, who immediately donated it to the Order of Aviz. The Moors were persecuted in such a way that only the winners escaped the fury of those who fled and took refuge in a cave, called Cova do Xorino, situated beneath the delimiting rocks of the city on the south side. In the reign of King Manuel I already the village had regained its former importance, because this monarch granted him a reach on 20 August 1504. Albufeira was one of the Most Punished Algarvias cities for natural cataclysms. But it was the earthquake that caused the most damage. The sea invaded the village with waves that reached 10m high, destroying almost all buildings, having only stood 27 houses and these very ruined. The Mother Church, an ancient Arab mosque adapted to Christian worship, where the population had taken refuge, begging for mercy, collapsed causing 227 victims. After this earthquake continued throughout the Algarve to suffer violent shocks until August 20 of the following year which did not prevent the immediate start of reconstruction works by order of Bishop Francisco Gomes de Avelar. In 1833, during the civil war between absolutists and liberals, Albufeira was surrounded and attacked by the soldiers of the Remexido: an absolutist popular chief who deeply damaged the village and executed large numbers of its inhabitants. From the mid-19th century on, the economy was developed thanks to fishing activity. In the first decades of the 20th century there was a sharp increase in exports of fish and dried fruits. The village then had five factories employing 700 to 800 people, mainly women fishermen. From 1930 to 1960 there were times of decline, fishing frames were ruined, factories closed, vessels disappeared and many houses were abandoned. The population was halved and fishing again became a subsistence activity. In the early 1960s, there was the birth of the tourist phenomenon, Albufeira was sought after by national tourists, but it was mainly with the English that prospered. In the 1980s, there was a huge urban outbreak, and the city grew to the source, where most administrative services, including the City Council, moved. '
Sale Land Urban city center Portimão - construction viability
thumbSale Land Urban city center Portimão - construction viability
t1t2t3t4t5REF LR-LUX00831.177m²  1.627m²Sale
Urban Land Plot with an area of 1,104.60sqm for construction and already with project ready for approval. Implantation area of 560sqm and total construction area of 1,335.85sqm for 15 apartments of typology T1 and 16 covered parking spaces. Located in Portimão with great monetization potential. Strengths: area Construction Feasibility Nearby: Portimão City Center CITY OF PORTIMÃO 'Situated in the estuary of the Arade River, Portimão is known for the excellent sandy beaches with warm and calm waters, which make it a very seductive holiday destination. Portimão has a long fishing tradition that developed especially between the 19th and 20th centuries, with the advent of the canning industry and tourism. This time is a large part of the buildings that we can see running through the streets and squares of its historic center, as well as the structure that houses the Museum of Portimão, excellent recovery of an old canning factory that received the Museum of the Year award from the Council of Europe in 2010. Here we pay homage to the people and the city that for centuries lived exclusively facing the sea. Nor should we miss the simple-style Chapel of St. Joseph of Alcalar and the imposing Church of Our Lady of Conception built in the fifteenth century on top of a hill, standing out in the profile of the city; it was badly destroyed by the earthquake of 1755 but retains its beautiful original Gothic portal. For a break in the tours, it is best to rest in the shade of the trees of the Manuel Bívar Garden to see the fishing and pleasure boats pass by. Or on the promenade next to the Marina, one of the city's liveliest spots both day and night. It is in the riverside area, next to the dock that most of the restaurants are located where we can taste the roasted sardines, the dish that stands out most in the local gastronomy. Although consumed throughout the region and throughout the country, it is famous in Portimão and has festival honors in August. But there are many other fish and seafood specialties to try, such as clams, whelkfeis, cataplanas or stews. Beans or corn porridges and the traditional sweets of the region based on almond and fig, are some more ingredients of this offer that does not stop there. About three kilometres from the center, Praia da Rocha is perhaps the best known of the Algarve beaches, and the image of its huge sand is a tourist poster widely spread internationally. Popular seaside resort since the beginning of the twentieth century, it has a casino and offers a number of leisure activities. In the 15th century it was also of great strategic importance. That is why the Fortress of Santa Catarina de Ribamar was built here, which ensured the defense of the port and the population of pirate attacks, crossfire with the Fort of São João do Arade, right in front, in Ferragudo, next to another extensive beach rightly called Praia Grande. The Fortress of Praia da Rocha is today an excellent viewpoint over the city, the river and the sea, which acquires a special charm in the late afternoon with the sunset light. From here we can also see some of the beaches that follow you to the west, starting at Praia dos Três Castelos. Some smaller, others larger, but always framed by cut rocks that embellish the landscape, follow the Beach of the Careanos, the Vau, the Barranco das Canas, João d'Arens, Prainha and Três Irmãos. This sequence ends on the long sandy beach of Alvor Beach and its Ria, an important lagoon area for waterbird watching. But to get a complete idea of the Portimão area, we have to appreciate it from all perspectives. For example, on a boat ride along the coast to get to know beaches inaccessible by land and admire the rock formations. And those who are adept at coarse fishing find here the ideal destination, because in this fertile sea abound large species, such as the spadartes. To enjoy other landscapes, we can climb the estuary of the Arade River to Silves, passing between green hills. Within walking distance we find a diverse panoply of images that will be engraved in our memory. ' (url hidden) LuxRE - Confidence and Excellence.
Building Commercial center Portimão on sale - terrace, easy access, easy access, yard, spacious
thumbBuilding Commercial center Portimão on sale - terrace, easy access, easy access, yard, spacious
t1t2t3t4t5REF AC-PTM0631739m²Sale
Building, with gross area of ​​739sqm, located in a central area of ​​Portimão, in the Algarve, close to all types of services and shops. The building consists of a basement, ground floor, 1st floor and terrace. The basement consists of a technical area, archive, storage room and bathroom; The ground floor has an ample space to serve the public and rooms with offices; On the first floor we find a large living room, five offices / offices, a pantry, a bathroom and a terrace. Good access and parking at 100 meters. Portimão is a thriving cosmopolitan city that has become one of the main tourist destinations in the Algarve. In addition to the excellent beaches, easy access to golf courses and a wide range of services and entertainment activities, Portimão offers the beauty of the Ria de Alvor. It is a place where tourists who enjoy the fun, eager to discover the nightlife and leisure activities of the city, will be as satisfied as nature lovers who want to spend their days contemplating migratory birds in the serene landscape of the protected Ria de Alvor. Spectacular beaches have transformed Portimão into the welcoming and dynamic city it is today. Beaches of fine, golden area, framed by sculpted cliffs, form the natural landscape of this coast, providing endless sunny days and the practice of a large number of water sports. Sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, diving and deep sea fishing complement the boat trips that explore the caves and natural tunnels or that sail from the river Arade to the city of Silves. East of Portimão are calm waters, swampy terrains and sand dunes belonging to the protected area of ​​the Alvor estuary, a natural reserve for dozens of species of migratory birds and an atmosphere of natural beauty that can be better admired by boat. In addition to the wildlife, the Ria also provides an admirable opportunity to observe the techniques of local workers who calmly carry out the tasks that guarantee their livelihood: the harvesting of salt and the rearing of seafood and fish in the waters of the estuary. After a sunny day, the city of Portimão proposes a lot of fun and occupations. The pier restaurants are perfect for sampling a local snack, sardines served on homemade bread or a full meal consisting of local soups, followed by a shellfish feijoada, seafood rice or fried cuttlefish. Traditional sweets and desserts - "morgados", "egg balls" and "full figs" - are based on local products from the region, such as figs and almonds. The coastal area is ideal for leisure trips, and the exclusive Clube Naval offers fabulous restaurants overlooking the port. There are many opportunities for shopping in Portimão, either in the narrow streets of the historic center, full of local handicrafts or in the modern shopping center. A glance at the shops in the historic center is more picturesque and ideal for acquiring local wickerwork, lace and embroidery, ceramics and copper utensils. The modern boutiques in the Praia da Rocha area are also very popular for "must-have" items for the holidays. As with most cities and towns along the Algarve coast, the destructive effects of the 1755 earthquake left little sign of Portimão's past splendor. All that remains of the original church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, from the 15th century, is the portal, a gothic gargoyle and buttress, the rest of which will have been rebuilt in the 18th and 19th centuries. The mixture of architectural styles of the austere Colégio dos Jesuítas is also due to the successive reconstruction works over the centuries, but this houses the largest church in the Algarve and is also worth a visit. Many places of historical interest that testify to the presence of the ancient populations of the Algarve can be found a little further away. The archaeological site of Abicada contains traces of Roman villages from the 1st and 4th centuries, there is an important Neolithic / Chalcolithic cemetery in Alcalar and the Moorish architecture of the chapels of São João and São Pedro evokes the sacred places where Muslims buried their religious ascetics - marabouts. Golf lovers have several courses available, including Alto Golf
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