Rustic land with 9.28ha, in the middle of the Grândola mountain range, situated in the middle of alentejo landscape.
With five dams, of which three maintain water throughout the year, the land is identified in the Grândola MDP as a forest space of production and agrosilvopastorial so it presents feasibility for a tourist development project in rural space in the rural hotel modality, as well as for housing (intended for own housing) of a farmer owner with a maximum area of 500m2.
The Building Parameters applicable to tourist enterprises based on the Grândola MDP identify as the maximum construction area of 5,568m2 (land use index of 0.06) and maximum soil waterproofing area of 9,280m2, with a possible 2 floors with a maximum capacity of 200 beds.
Located 20 km from the beaches of Melides, with good access, 4km from IC33/IP8 and 1 hour and 15m from Lisbon.
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Grândola is a Portuguese village in the District of Setúbal, region (NUTS II) of alentejo and sub-region (NUTS III) of alentejo litoral, with about 6 800 inhabitants.
It is the headquarters of a municipality with 825.94 km² of area and 14 826 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 4 parishes. The municipality is bordered to the north by the municipality of Alcácer do Sal, to the east by Ferreira do Alentejo, to the south by Santiago do Cacém, to the west by the Atlantic Ocean and to the northwest, through the Estuary of Sado, by Setúbal.
The Region of Grândola combines the influence of the coast with those of the southern interior of the country. Agricultural activity remains very important for the region and rice cultivation is the most significant.
From the cultural heritage, the archaeological remains of the Roman era are the most important, namely the canning center of fish salting in Troy, dating from the early 19th century. I.
The main interest of this region focuses on the proximity of the beaches, which annually attract many visitors. The Peninsula of Troy and the various beaches of extensive sand are highlighted, such as Pego, Comporta, Carvalhal and Melides
The parish of Santa Margarida da Serra was extinguished in 2013, as part of the national administrative reform, to, together with Grândola, form the Union of the parishes of Grândola and Santa Margarida da Serra with its headquarters in Grândola.com 52.36 km² of area and 177 inhabitants.
In the vicinity of Estrada Nacional 120, which connects the village of Santa Margarida da Serra to Grândola, is the Pego da Moura dam. It is located in the Serra de Grândola.
Santa Margarida da Serra was a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Grândola, which was added to the parish of Grândola, belonging to the District of Setúbal.
The landscape consists essentially of shale shale shillings, covered with rocky, holm oaks, stouts, medronheiros and other indigenous species.
As for the built heritage, stand out the multi-century church, the parish council’s office, the school building, the new Community Center and the houses, many of them preserving the traditional design and the old characteristics.
The main economic activities are based on cork production, pig and dairy farming, baking, handicrafts and trade.