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Rural 10-hectare estate with architect’s plans in Mosqueirões, Grândola.
This 10-hectare property, on fairly level terrain with cork oaks, has an architect’s plan submitted for the construction of a 250 sq m housing unit.
– Fairly level terrain
– Cork oaks and some pines
– Valley with dense native vegetation
– Land cleared in 2021 ready for the development of a forestry project
– Land with planning permission
Grândola is a Portuguese town in the District of Setúbal, in the Alentejo Litoral subregion of the Alentejo region. The area around Grândola is divided into three large zones: the Grândola hills, the plains and the coastal strip, each of which are distinct in terms of their soil, contours, flora and landscape in general. The Grândola hills are representative of the ancient geology of the Iberian Meseta, with its highest point at Outeiro da Atalaia, at an elevation of 326 m.
Constituting a physical obstacle that marks the boundary of the coastal area, it has an influence on the climate and landscape, is the least populated area of the municipality and is mainly covered in cork oak trees. Here you can enjoy heritage, including the Igreja Matriz de Grândola, the Cistas das Casas Velhas Necropolis, the Pedra Branca burial chamber, the standing stones at Pata do Cavalo, Monte das Boiças and Lousal, the Roman dam at Pego da Moura and the Roman ruins at Cerrado do Castelo.
There are beaches at Carvalhal, Pego, Brejos and Comporta, as well as many restaurants and traditional shops.
Its location offers easy access to the A2, A26, IC1, IC33, N120, N261-1 and N261-2 motorways and highways, Alentejo line trains, the ports of Setúbal and Sines as well as Lisbon and Faro airports.