Shop-for sale-Alvor, Algarve.
Store for sale in Alvor, with 133 m2, consisting of ample space intended for public service and 1 bathroom. In terms of accessibility, it has its proximity to the Access node to the A22 (6 km), trade and services suited to local needs. Portimão is a Portuguese city in the district of Faro, region and sub-area of the Algarve, with about 40,000 inhabitants. The city centre is situated about 2 km from the sea and is an important fishing and tourism centre. It is the seat of a municipality with 182.06 km2 of area and 55,614 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 3 parishes. The municipality is limited to the north by the municipality of Monchique, to the east by Silves and Lagoa and to the west by Lagos; To the south, has coastline in the Atlantic Ocean. In the year 1924, namely on December 11th, the 'New Village' is elevated the city by the then President of the Portuguese Republic, Manuel Teixeira Gomes. After the peak and fall of the conserving industry in the decades of 1950 to 1970, the city observed a model of development of tourist center, similar to the rest of the Algarve, presenting a wide offer in hotels, restaurants and local commerce. It has become a popular holiday destination, mainly due to the famous Praia da Rocha, and is also considered a city with great potential for heavy fishing enthusiasts (e.g. swordfish), among other water sports such as jet skiing, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and Submarine fishing. In recent years, the mouth of the Arade River has been the scene of major events. It is also the place of the Portuguese test of the International Formula 1 championship in Motonautica. Portimão is now a reference municipality in the Algarve. Anchor pole of the western Algarve, distinguished by its tourist offer, its pulsar and dynamism, very own, and a diversity of activities that make its daily life, at varying levels, intensely and marked by a rhythm that is Maintains throughout the year. Currently, Portimão is the third port at national level (just behind Lisbon and Funchal), which more passengers receive from cruise ships, thus reinforcing quality tourism in a county characterized by mass tourism. Headquarters of the Barlavento Algarve Hospital Center and the International racetrack of the Algarve, a city endowed with industrial poles with capacity for evolution and services, headquarters of the regional sports direction of the Algarve, the largest multi-purpose south of the Tagus, are some of Examples of the importance that Portimão represents for the Algarve. Ref.: 3958 Energy Rating: C #ref:NU_3958