Excellent opportunity to live in an area of excellence, very calm and secluded, close to the best beaches of the Alentejo Coast.Farm in Cabeça da Cabra (Porto Covo), with a total area of 3.85 hectares, recovered in 2012, with superior quality finishes.Equipped with solar panels, four water holes, with leisure areas of excellence, games room, saltwater pool, shed with barbecue and wood oven. The House with an area of 322m2, consisting of 4 suites, fully equipped kitchen, living and dining room with fireplace, games room, closed balcony with fireplace, overlooking the sea.Vineyard area with 5,000 m2 planted and various fruit trees. It has a wine cellar equipped and ready to produce wine. The whole farm is fenced, with automatic entrance gate. Sold with all equipment for wine production and agricultural machinery.Located 5 minutes from Porto Covo and Pessegueiro Island, one hour and thirty minutes from Lisbon.Bank Financing:Habita is a partner of several financial entities enabling all its customers free simulations of Housing Credit.Location:Porto Covo, is a parish of the municipality of Sines, with 48.73 km² of area, 170 km south of Lisbon, is part of the municipality of Sines is a popular destination among Portuguese tourists who are seduced by the magnificent beaches of the Costa Vicentina.The center of Port Covo was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755, from which now is the main square (Largo Marquês de Pombal) inspired by the ideals of Pombaline architecture.In the mid-18th century, it was a small settlement at the foot of a small bay. Covo refers to the fishing net for catching lobsters, and in the locality discovers good restaurants of fresh fish and seafood. It is still characterized as a small fishing community, but it is tourism that drives its growth.In Largo, you discover good restaurants, souvenir shops and the Church dedicated to Our Lady of Soledade (patron saint of fishermen), from the 18th century in rococo style.The parties in honor of Our Lady of Soledade take place on the last weekend of August, with various musical and traditional events. On the 29th there is Bath 29, an ancient tradition that materializes in a dive at 7 am.Pessegueiro Island Beach is a 10-minute drive from the center of Porto Covo. It’s a vast, watched-in sand with a blue flag. It is one of the most popular beaches in this area, attracting tourists, water sports practitioners and sport fishermen.On the horizon is the island of Pessegueiro, which inspired the musician Rui Veloso to write a composition. In summer, tourists, mostly Portuguese, visit the island.The peach island is totally uninhabited, kingdom of seagulls. Unlike rui velos’ famous music, Peach trees never existed on the island, but it was one of the first centers of human activity in the region. The first settlements date back to the Cargian trade.Beaches:In the village of Porto Covo there is Praia Grande, one of the most sought after by locals and tourists. Situated next to the north exit of Porto Covo, at the foot of the garden. With good access, spacious and sheltered by the cliff, it is one of the most popular during the summer.It holds blue flag and is quite frequented by surfers.Among other beaches in the region are Espingardeiro Beach, Praia Pequena, Buizinhos Beach and Porto Covo Bay, smaller ones.Small Beach:Tiny sand wedged in the cliff in the center of Porto Covo. From the cliff is a fantastic sunset.Buizinhos Beach:Going down to the end the street Vasco da Gama – the main street of Porto Covo – you reach the viewpoint that gives access to this small beach, so known because of the tiny shells that exist there and that were used in local handicrafts.Charming village in the middle of the Natural Park on the trail of the Rota Vicentina, a holiday location of excellence.