Azeitão Villas

20 ready to build plots available in Azeitão with a great view of the Serra da Arrábida !

Buy your plot and choose your villa project from our beautiful available modern villas.

In a quiet secluded area of the wine countryside of Azeitão with a great view of the Arrábida hills – you will be equally close to the paradisiacal beaches of Sesimbra and the modern city of Setúbal, as well as close to the big shopping areas.

This is an area designated as the southern Lisbon wine country – you will find close to your place dozens of different small wine producers, as well as a few big ones !

20 plots are available, average size is 500 m2, choose your villa project

Typicall villas data:

150-200 m2 living area, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen, Garage and porch

24 kms from Lisbon, 17 kms from Setúbal

Live in or to buy as an investment for renting, with the new “Alojamento Local” you will benefit in your local taxes.

Plot in Belas Country Club

On a quiet and secluded area of the Belas Clube de Campo terrains we have a plot of 2000 m2 available to build!

Although near to Lisbon city center – about 7 kms –  you will also not be far from Sintra historic city, at 16 kms.

In this area you will breathe the country side fresh morning air, and access the big shopping areas near by.

Grab this opportunity to build your dream country house!

Plots in Sesimbra – 40.000€

Close to the Lagoa de Albufeira, we have some plots available. Choose one of our projects and build your dream Villa !

The Costa Azul region as a whole is starting to be discovered by more adventurous tourists, several of whom go on to become property buyers in search of the excellent value for money, slower pace of life, and genuine feel of the ‘real’ Portugal that this part of the country undoubtedly offers.

You can compare the Costa azul with the other more famous blue coast, the Cote d’Azur, or at least the way the French Riviera must have looked a hundred years ago, before it became the playground of the rich and famous. That’s certainly true of the spectacular winding coast road out of Setubal that runs towards Arrabida and its 16th century Franciscan monastery, the Convento da Arrabida, which clings precariously to the hillside among the pine and cypress trees. Part of a national park and home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife, this particular stretch of blue coast looks unlikely to suffer the same fate as its over-developed and over-hyped namesake, leaving visitors to enjoy its quiet coves, sheltered vineyards and tiny fishing villages for years to come.

As such, the region has a wide appeal, regardless of whether you are seeking the blue skies of summer or escaping the winter blues, with a mild climate most of the year round.

Buy ready to live in or as an investment – with the new Portuguese local laws you pay low taxes for your real estate!