Alentejo Litoral | Alentejo Coast
The Alentejo Litoral or Alentejo Coast may also be referred to as the Blue Coast Portugal
Due to the current financial crisis, it has been said in jest that when you fly over Portugal you are greeted by a huge sign that says Portugal for Sale,; This "in cheek" statement may certainly be true for the Alentejo Litoral / Alentejo Coast area. Therefore, if it is your intention to buy property in Portugal, Alentejo should be one of your priority areas to visit as today more than ever, is an excellent time to buy along the Alentejo Coast.
Beach Homes: The Alentejo Coast offerS an immense array of properties that vary in price, type, condition and size and You will be able to find a property in Alentejo for as little as twenty thousand Euro’s and yet should you desire you may invest many millions.
The typical Alentejana Home along the Blue Coast is the traditional single storey property that is positioned at the edge of a parcel of agricultural terrain and is or was once inhabited by the family who worked the land. Typically these houses are painted white with blue or yellow borders which decorate the windows too. These homes generally have walls with thicknesses in excess of 60cm, with many boasting a fireplace fit for a country manor.
Currently there are a number of upscale developments taking form along the Alentejo Coast, with the major players and investors concentrating between Troia and Carvalhal. These developments are currently seeing hundreds of millions of Euro’s being invested, which is probably the reason why many professionals in the industry are forecasting triple digit price increases over the next ten years.
These first class developments include luxury hotels with tourist villas and condos, golf courses, horse riding stables, sailing and motor boat facilities, a variety of water sports, numerous nature trails and fauna observtion and simply relaxing or spending your days at the beach. If it is your intention to look at property in Portugal, then the Alentejo Coast is a great place to start.
Alentejo Litoral (Coast)
The Alentejo Litoral covers an area of five thousand two hundred plus square kilometers with the number of inhabitants in the region of 150'000. The largest city is Sines with the Alentejo Litoral sub-region divided into the following five municipalities: Alcacer do Sal, Grândola, Santiago do Cacem, Sines and Odemira.
The stunning Alentejo coast has twenty Blue Flag beaches and two Blue Flag marinas including
Grandola: Aberta Nova, Atlântica, Bico das Lulas, Carvalhal, Comporta, Pego, Tróia Galé, Troia-Mar and the marina in Troia
Odemira: Almograve, Carvalhal, Furnas, Vila Nova de Milfontes and Zambujeira do Mar
Santiago do Cacem: Costa de Santo André, Fonte do Cortiço
Sines: Grande de Porto Covo, Ilha do Pessegueiro, Morgavel, S. Torpes, Vale de Figueiros, Vasco da Gama and Sines marina
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