ALGUMAS ZONAS PARA VIVER OU INVESTIR

ALGUMAS ZONAS

PARA VIVER OU INVESTIR

ALGUMAS ZONAS PARA VIVER OU INVESTIR

 

Chiado is Lisbon's most elegant and trendiest neighborhood and a prime central location for property. Most of the buildings are from the 17th to 20th centuries and it is possible to buy a newly developed or refurbished apartment in a renovated historic building.

Baixa, the heart of Lisbon’s downtown, is another excellent location to visit or to live. Characterized by its perpendicular streets with 18th century architecture, this was the former economic center and is a vibrant and international district that joins older and younger visitors, locals and tourists, business and art.  Here you can find a mix of traditional and international shops and restaurants.

Bairro Alto is the area between Chiado and Baixa, a picturesque quarter considered a bohemian spot for artists and alternative shops. Its grid of streets is quiet during the day while at night the area comes to life with a variety of bars, international or local restaurants and the famous Fado Houses. Also links  home to the beautiful avenue Liberdade by the “Glória” “elevator.

Alfama is one of Lisbon’s most authentic neighbourhoods with narrow streets, and historic colorful buildings. Also home to the castle of São Jorge, fortress, Royal Palace and several churches.

Lisboa, cidade histórica e boémia

Lisboa, cidade histórica e boémia

Estrela is one of the most emblematic districts of Lisbon, known for his beautiful Basilica and the Estrela garden.

Lapa is a prime location for property with large villas and well preserved palaces. A quiet, safe and beautiful area, walking distance to the river, this is often known as the home the diplomatic community.

Princepe Real is the trendiest neighbourhood in Lisbon and one of the most sought after residential areas of the city, located to the north of Bairro Alto. Characterized by its palaces, museums, antique shops and gardens, as well as restaurants and retail.

Santos or Lapa-Santos an historic and noble part of the city. Next to the river, the area is known for its designer shops, excellent schools, historic palaces, as well as bars and nightclubs. Many of the large mansions in the area have now been converted into hotels and embassies. Santos is next to the small and picturesque neighbourhood of Madragoa, known for its many facades covered with traditional tiles, and authentic taverns.

Lisboa chique e romântica

Known as Lisbon’s Champs Elysees, the Avenida da Liberdade is one of the most emblematic of central Lisbon, with buildings designed by renowned architects. Is a cosmopolitan and commercial area with luxurious shops, offices, theatres, museums, restaurants, and hotels. Crossed by quiet streets and residential neighbourhoods, this is a popular area for a living or for investment.

Avenidas Novas is a business and residential area that expand the city to the north, in the late 19TH century. Characterised by family homes with modernist architecture for the mid to high ends of the market.

Campo de Ourique offers traditional shops and markets with a trendy vibe and great food. Designed in a grid formation with streets around a small communal garden where old and young meet.

The Amoreiras neighbourhood is a sought after residential area offering a good quality of life in the heart of Lisbon with a great retail and commercial offering. Surrounded by several luxury hotels, the Jardim das Amoreiras, and close to national and international schools.


Lisboa residencial e comercial 



Belem e Restelo is an excellent area for living or investment, offering a wonderful mix of historic monuments, fascinating museums and carefully maintained parks, all along the Tejo estuary.

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Parque das Nações is a new area of Lisbon next to the river which was transformed into a new business district after the World Expo ’98. Offering green and open spaces next to the river, yet only 20 minutes from downtown Lisbon, the area is well suited to families as well for business. The area has excellent public transports, supermarkets, shopping, schools and a hospital.

Lisboa

monumental e empresarial 

Lisboa monumental e empresarial 

Cascais retains its heritage of a fishing village transformed into a royal summer retreat and remains one of the sought after destinations on Lisbon’s coastline. Portuguese royalty made it their home in the 1800’s and were soon followed by the high society of Portugal who constructed lavish villas, ornate mansions and exquisite gardens. Cascais is a magnificent place to live with its historic town centre, a marina, water sports, restaurants and shops along the beautiful coastline.


Together with Cascais, Estoril is considered the Portuguese Riviera. Its Casino and Congress centre, international hotels, sports and golf courses, calm and family friendly beaches, sun and mild temperatures, make Estoril in an energetic and social holiday or residential destination.


Sintra combines natural and exuberant beauty with ancient and exotic monuments, poetry, romance, art, and legends. Sintra was also made famous as a summer retreat for royalty and Portuguese nobility, and is located in the natural park of Sintra-Cascais, an Unesco World heritage site.

De Lisboa

a Cascais, Estoril & Sintra

De Lisboa a Cascais, Estoril & Sintra

Opposite the city of Setúbal, Troia Peninsula is an immense line of wide, white sandy beaches that separates the Atlantic Ocean from the estuary of the Sado river, with natural dunes of extreme beauty and fragrant pine forests, only 1 hour from Lisbon.

The coastline stretches 25km from Troia to Comporta and is a Natural Reserve with some of the most pristine and wildly beautiful in Europe. Pine forests and rice fields add to the feeling of rural charm making this a truly special and undiscovered place.


Comporta "the beste beach secret" is a traditional, relaxed village that is quietly developing a reputation as Portugal’s most chic resort and in recent years has found favour as a discreet escape with high profile business people, politicians and celebrities.

The Troia resort offers a marina, shopping, restaurants, casino, sports facilities, and beaches.

This area is known for its beaches and laid back, relaxed vibe. Relatively undiscovered, this is becoming a popular place for wealthy second home owners

Tróia & Comporta

na costa Alentejana

Tróia & Comporta na costa Alentejana


The Alentejo is an extensive region covering almost a third of Portugal. To the north is the River Tagus (Tejo) and to the south the hills of the Algarve. In the east, it shares a frontier with Spain and in the west it opens on to the Atlantic Ocean.


Essentially rural and sparsely populated, it offers a landscape that is uncommonly well conserved. Its scenic beauty, the abundance and quality of its archaeological heritage, its monuments, architecture, delicious gastronomy and high quality wines make it an exceptional and attractive place to live.


Agriculture in the region is made up of cork oak woodland, wheat fields, vineyards and olive groves. 

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Évora is the capital of the Alentejo and just over an hour’s drive from Lisbon. Évora is known for its outstanding beauty and is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Find peacefulness

in the inland of Alentejo

Find peacefulness in the inland of Alentejo

ALGARVE the southern part of Portugal preserve traces of its Arab past from where the name AL GHARB comes from, in the cities arquitecture, the gastronomy or in agriculture products.

A dream region with a mild and sunny climate all year round! 200 km of coastline that are perfect for all kinds of water sports, including sailing, surfing and windsurfing. A high quality sandy beaches framed by golden cliffs, virtually deserted islands marking the boundary between a natural reserve and the sea, or small coves sheltered by the rocks.

The ocean, in every shade of blue and mostly calm and warm, invites you for long swims and to indulge in water sports.

ALGARVE the southern part of Portugal preserve traces of its Arab past from where the name AL GHARB comes from, in the cities arquitecture, the gastronomy or in agriculture products.

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A dream region with a mild and sunny climate all year round! 200 km of coastline that are perfect for all kinds of water sports, including sailing, surfing and windsurfing. A high quality sandy beaches framed by golden cliffs, virtually deserted islands marking the boundary between a natural reserve and the sea, or small coves sheltered by the rocks.

The ocean, in every shade of blue and mostly calm and warm, invites you for long swims and to indulge in water sports.

ALGARVE the southern part of Portugal preserve traces of its Arab past from where the name AL GHARB comes from, in the cities arquitecture, the gastronomy or in agriculture products.

A dream region with a mild and sunny climate all year round! 200 km of coastline that are perfect for all kinds of water sports, including sailing, surfing and windsurfing. A high quality sandy beaches framed by golden cliffs, virtually deserted islands marking the boundary between a natural reserve and the sea, or small coves sheltered by the rocks.

The ocean, in every shade of blue and mostly calm and warm, invites you for long swims and to indulge in water sports.

Going south

to the Algarve's beaches

Going south to the Algarve's beaches

The Northern region was the birth of the Portuguese nation, in the 12th century. Here you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions.

Porto can be the departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the region.  The surrounding region is crossed by the River Douro which enters Portugal between the ravines and mountains of the interior to flow through the entire landscape of Douro.

Porto has something mystical that is difficult to describe, and which varies according to the place, time of day and light. Don’t miss its bridges, churches and monuments, the tiles, the flowering balconies and the shopping streets. The historic centre of Porto and the River Douro on the Gaia side, where the Port Wine lodges are located, are classified as World Heritage.



 PORTUGAL IS ALL THIS AND MUCH MORE!

The Northern region was the birth of the Portuguese nation, in the 12th century. Here you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions.

Porto can be the departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the region.  The surrounding region is crossed by the River Douro which enters Portugal between the ravines and mountains of the interior to flow through the entire landscape of Douro.

Porto has something mystical that is difficult to describe, and which varies according to the place, time of day and light. Don’t miss its bridges, churches and monuments, the tiles, the flowering balconies and the shopping streets. The historic centre of Porto and the River Douro on the Gaia side, where the Port Wine lodges are located, are classified as World Heritage.

The Northern region was the birth of the Portuguese nation, in the 12th century. Here you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions.


Porto can be the departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the region.  The surrounding region is crossed by the River Douro which enters Portugal between the ravines and mountains of the interior to flow through the entire landscape of Douro.


Porto has something mystical that is difficult to describe, and which varies according to the place, time of day and light. Don’t miss its bridges, churches and monuments, the tiles, the flowering balconies and the shopping streets. The historic centre of Porto and the River Douro on the Gaia side, where the Port Wine lodges are located, are classified as World Heritage.

The Northern region was the birth of the Portuguese nation, in the 12th century. Here you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions.

Porto can be the departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the region.  The surrounding region is crossed by the River Douro which enters Portugal between the ravines and mountains of the interior to flow through the entire landscape of Douro.

Porto has something mystical that is difficult to describe, and which varies according to the place, time of day and light. Don’t miss its bridges, churches and monuments, the tiles, the flowering balconies and the shopping streets. The historic centre of Porto and the River Douro on the Gaia side, where the Port Wine lodges are located, are classified as World Heritage.

Porto in the mouth

of the Douro river

Porto in the mouth of the Douro river

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