Alentejo is a large region in Portugal, which is located above the Algarve and extends to the capital Lisbon from the coast to the Spanish border. The landscapes and villages are correspondingly diverse but, they all have one thing in common. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of cities and tourist centres, Alentejo is the place for you.
On the coast, there are many fishing villages and small towns that have remained natural. The coastal landscape from Tróia to Zambujeira do Mar has even been incorporated into the Southeast Alentejo Natural Park. The interior of the region is known as the main cultivation area of cork oaks, which also characterize many landscapes with their charismatic form. The beautiful landscapes are compared by many travellers with Italian Tuscany.
One of the most important cities of Elvas has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Another historically interesting town is Évora, there you can visit the Temple of Diana and see how culture and spirituality have a unique character.
Tourism in the region is not developed, but this, in return, makes the attraction of the region. Land prices in the region are very low and real estate is reasonably priced. If you would like to purchase real estate with a lot of land, you will be able to invest successfully in this region even with smaller budgets.
For between 100.000 and 200.000 EUR you can already buy very beautiful houses with land. Many interested investors also opt for the renovation of an older property such as a farmhouse. The prices for such houses, with land, are between 10,000 and 30,000 EUR. The low labour costs for craftsmen make this an interesting option, not just for artisanal buyers.
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