Automatically translated from
Building in the center of Grândola, large space with about 170m2, more sanitary facilities. Adapted to services today, the use for trade and/or housing can be changed.
Generic grândola information:
Grândola is a Portuguese village in the District of Setúbal, Alentejo region and sub-region of the Alentejo Coast. 110 km from Lisbon Airport, 16 km from Melides 30 km from Comporta and 120 km from the Algarve.
It is the headquarters of a municipality with 814 km² of area and with about 15,000 inhabitants, 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.
Come and see the history, the Mountains, the villages, the endless beaches of golden sands with 45 km.
All this between the mountains and the sea and about 100 km south of Lisbon!
In geological terms, the territory of Grândola is characterized by three large zones: the Grândola mountain range, the plain and the coastal strip, which present marked differences in soil composition, relief, flora and landscape in general.
The Grândola mountain range, predominantly shale, dates from the Lower Carboniferous period and represents the ancient geology of the Iberian Meseta, having its maximum point in the hills of Atalaia, with 326 m of altitude. Constituting a physical obstacle that delimits the coastal area, with influence on climatic and landscape aspects, it is the least populated area of the county and is mostly covered with sobreiros.
The Plain is characterized, the spring, by the prolongation and the gentle slopes of the Serra, and to the north and northwest by the tertiary formations of the Sado basin, consisting of sands and clays of the Pliocene. From north to south, the forest cladding gradually passes from pine forest to mounted, and it is in this area that most of the population lives.
The Coastal Edge is characterized by its 45 km of white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, the seabed is sandy and potable, as a result of the accumulation of sedimentary materials. For the interior of the territory, dune systems of varied size and typical vegetation are developed that extend in large patches of pine forest. On the coast, stands out the melides lagoon and, further north, the Estuary of the Sado, with the rice pads of Carvalhal and the slatbanks and the marshes of Troia.
Despite its extensive coastline, the climate of this municipality can be considered Mediterranean with Atlantic influence. Due to several factors, it presents simultaneously maritime and continental characteristics, being frequent the alternation of Atlantic days and continental characteristics. The average temperature is around 16.7 °C.
Rainfall is very irregular throughout the year, the distribution of dry and rainy years is relatively random, and the average annual rainfall is around 600mm.
From the beginnings to the end of medieval times
According to the excavations and studies carried out so far, the human presence in the Grandolense territory dates back at least to the Mesolithic, a period from which there are archaeological stations of almost all later epochs. It should be noted that, in antiquity, the Roman period was, quite possibly, one in which the Grandolense space reached the highest rates of settlement and economic and social development.
From the early 15th century to the late 19th century
In frank progress, the population of the Comenda requested, D. João Iii, to attribute to Grândola the Charter of Vila and to release it from the tutelage of Alcácer do Sal, which came to succeed on October 22, 1544. Following this assignment, the Municipality was created (in the comenda space), which was divided into three parishes: Grândola, Bayrros and Santa Margarida da Serra. With municipal autonomy, the municipality entered a decisive phase of its history and came to have two ordinary judges, three councilors, a prosecutor, two almotacés, a registrar, three notaries, a judge of orphans, a small mayor, several gangs (with police functions) and three ordinance companies.
In grândola's history, the 20th century was undoubtedly the one in which the most significant economic, demographic and social changes took place.
At the level of Agriculture, there was an increase in cereal cultivation, particularly wheat, fostered by the protectionist and ruralist policy of the Estado Novo, which peaked during the so-called Wheat Campaign. In the floodplains of Melides and Carvalhal, the rice crop has gained increasing expression. Benefiting from the construction of the Sado Valley railway, the corticeira industry gained a new momentum and dozens of factories of various size emerged.
With the advent of 25 April 1974 and the resulting political and social changes, the council entered a new phase of its history…
Price € 270,000
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,588.24
Number of mandate: AM01961