Land for sale in Paderne

€ 75,000

Excellent Plot of land for sale in Paderne Albufeira PortugalEsales Property ID: es5553682Property LocationPlot 18,Chaicas,Paderne,Albufeira.PortugalProperty DetailsHere we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought after areas for development right now in Portugal.Plot of rustic land for sale is in Paderne Portugal 3760m2 in size perfect for someone looking to develop multiple Airbnb glamping pods on to put on the open rental market.The land consists of almond, carob and olive trees. However, this land has numerous potentials, previously a caravan had already been used, it has electricity and irrigation water. Currently, the land is not fenced and has easy access. Located in a quiet area with little movement. Paderne is a village and civil parish in the municipality of Albufeira, in the Portuguese region of Algarve.Nestling in the hills to the north of Albufeira, the historic village of Paderne offers peace and tranquillity for those looking for something other than beach and night life. From here you can explore the 'real' Algarve with towns like Loule and Silves being some of the favourites. It is an ideal area for walking, cycling or just chilling out with a glass of local wine.The traditional village of Paderne is quite the hidden gem for history and culture. Paderne Castle still features on the Portuguese flag today and the remains of the 12th Century Moorish Castle is certainly worth a visit. In the village centre, the Corte Real art gallery displays the work of a small group of international artists and is recognised as one of the Algarves most innovative and friendly galleries. The village is also home to one or two popular typically Portuguese restaurants and a small number of shops including a minimarket and chemist, while Albufeira and its wide choice of shops, bars and restaurants can be reached within a 20 minute drive.About the AreaAlbufeira is a coastal city in the southern Algarve region of Portugal. Its a former fishing village that has become a major holiday destination, with sandy beaches and a busy nightlife strip. Local fishermen now use the modern marina, also a base for diving, dolphin-watching and boat trips. Its surrounded by candy-colored apartments, with a waterfront promenade.Once a scenic fishing village, Albufeira gained popularity for its sharp, red-gold sand beaches. Today, its devoted to mass-market tourism, particularly cheap package deals, and has all but lost the vestiges of its past. Fishing boats are now moored at the ultramodern marina southwest of the centre, and the old town with its pretty cobblestone streets and Moorish influences.Even if this isnt your sort of place, Albufeira has good transport links to lovely beaches, such as Praia da Gal to the west. There are loads of activities and theres a relaxed holiday atmosphere away from the British pubs. To explore the pretty inland villages and the areas high-quality rural restaurants, you will need your own transport.Albufeiras supersized coastline notches up no less than 25 different beaches. The old town is home to Praia dos Pescadores, otherwise known as Fishermans Beach, where family-friendly bathing comes with great dining options. At the bottom of the strip, meanwhile, is Praia dOura, a five-kilometre, Blue Flag-winning beach made for watersports fans. Further east is Praia da Falesia, which is sheltered by ochre cliffs. And that barely scratches the surface.In the midday sun, light bounces off the whitewashed walls of Albufeiras old town. You can seek out some shade in its churches, which date back to the 1500s, or explore the warren of cobbled alleyways that provide a cooling break from the heat. Come evening, the main square bursts into life and becomes a hub for al fresco eating and drinking.About an hours drive west is Lagos, the epicentre of Portugals maritime past. Henry the Navigator lit the touchpaper for the Age of Discovery at Lagos harbour. Another must-see is the site of Europes first slave market. Its set under the arches of Customs House and acts as a reminder of the towns more sombre history.Main Features 3760 m2 of land for development Excellent location close to many amenities Stunning views. Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.Contact us today to buy or sell your property in Albufeira Portugal fast online.

Land for sale in Sao Bras De Alportel

€ 275,000

Excellent Plot of Land for Development for Sale in Sao Bras de Alportel Faro PortugalEsales Property ID: es5553436Property LocationVarzea da CovaTesoureiroSao Bras de AlportelPortugalProperty DetailsHere we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought after areas for development right now in Portugal.A beautiful rural plot of land, gently sloping with views over countryside and hillsOriginally the land had permission to erect one villa, although we were advised that we should apply for planning of five villas. Unfortunately, the planning was rescinded, and a new application would have to be submitted.The land is accessed via a private, cobbled road leading to the Pousada, a luxury hotel.There are a few other properties, including a windmill close by, some of which have been restored.The unhurried and friendly town of Sao Bras de Alportel is only a few minutes walk away.Faro Airport is approximately 19km.The closest beach is .4km and Vilamoura Marina is only 23km.The plot size is approximately 12141 sq mtsViews over countryside and hills.4 km from seaSo Brs de AlportelThis village still shows a tranquil and unhurried lifestyle by the friendly local population. The streets of white houses whose ranks are broken only by the lofty outline of the church and its bell tower, the ring of hills around the town that look out on the sea and the mountains are the simple charms of So Brs de Alportel, a typical Algarve town.The low and white houses, typical of popular architecture, stand alongside more substantial buildings, with their faades decorated with tiles, ornate stonework and cast iron verandas, whose opulence goes back to So Brs de Alportels prosperity in the years when the cork industry was booming.The high and low points of the towns changing fortunes are thus written in the stones of its streets and squares, while such details as the baroque mortar decoration of the Passo da Paixo (Stations of the Cross) near the Episcopal Palace and the pretty flower pots in the windows add colour and interest to their story.About the AreaThe Algarve, Portugals southernmost region, is known for its Atlantic beaches and golf resorts. Whitewashed fishing villages on low cliffs overlooking sandy coves were transformed in the 1960s, and now its central coast between Lagos and Faro is lined with villas, hotels, bars and restaurants. The regions western Atlantic coast and rugged interior are less developed.With ancient churches, hilltop castles, a picturesque countryside and beautiful beaches flanking the Atlantic Ocean, Faro is a destination rich with a variety of experiences. Stretch out on golden sand, visit a chapel decorated with human bones and spend some time exploring the small towns and villages of the coast.The city of Faro is the capital of the district and the ideal starting point for your journey through the region. Venture to the resorts, beaches and bays of the Algarve from the city, but dont overlook the coastline surrounding the city, which boasts excellent beaches, including the Praia de Faro and the wide stretch of fine golden sand that makes up the Ilha de Faro. Other popular beach destinations in the region include the cities of Tavira and Lagos.While many come to Faro for its coastal setting and approximately 300 days of sunshine per year, its cultural attractions share the spotlight. Explore the cobblestone streets of Faros compact old town. Tour Faro Cathedral, a 13th-century structure built on the site of a mosque, and the nearby Municipal Museum of Faro, which houses artifacts from the prehistoric era alongside centuries old Roman busts and paintings. One of the citys most fascinating sights is the Capela dos Ossos, a chapel decorated with the bones of more than 1,000 human skeletons.Extend your cultural wanderings to other parts of the Faro district. Visit the medieval castle in Alcoutim, the churches and castle of Loul and the historic center of Monchique. The countryside around this inland town features numerous hiking trails.Faro is known for its nightlife, especially in the summer months when the population swells with visitors to the region. Sample local dishes and dance into the night at one of the regions many bars and restaurants.Faro citys international airport receives flights from some European cities and regular flights from Lisbon. Buses and trains connect the city to other parts of the country. Use a rental car to get around to the ancient sites, countryside and fabulous beaches.Main Features 12141 m2 of land for development big enough for 5 villas or a boutique hotel Excellent location close to many amenities Stunning views. Close to many ameneties Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.Contact us today to buy or sell your property in Faro Portugal fast online.