Alcochete is a tranquil municipality which has built an enviable reputation over recent years given its rich history, stunning natural beauty and unique fauna.
In an area famous for horses, wild cattle, fishing and agriculture and where the salt pans are a great source of wealth, rises an eco-friendly condominium, conceptualised for those who want to live a healthy lifestyle and be part of a close community. The unique Tagus Bay exclusive residences benefit from an exceptional location on the banks of the Tagus River, with apartments for sale ranging from two to four bedrooms, all with access to a cinema room, library, co-working space, and coffee area.
For families with children, there is a large playground, a kids club area and an organic garden with edible herbs – all units have access to beautifully landscaped gardens.
As a quiet and peaceful area surrounded by stunning natural beauty, Alcochete provides a unique hybrid of a modern and healthy lifestyle investment.
Whilst some investors buy property in Alcochete to be used as a second home, others are looking to generate rental income, and property in Alcochete has a long history of strongly performing in the long-term rental market.
Alcochete is a safe and quiet village and an excellent option for those looking to enjoy a healthy, outdoor lifestyle. It is particularly well-suited to families with children.
Alcochete may be a small town known for its natural beauty and proximity to the Tagus river, but it hasn't been overlooked in terms of development.
In recent years, there has been significant infrastructure development in Alcochete, including the construction of a new bridge connecting the town to Lisbon, the expansion of the local airport, and the development of a new shopping centre.
These projects have contributed to the growth of the town and its economy, making it an increasingly attractive destination for both residents and visitors.
Alcochete is a town with a long and rich history, dating back to the Roman era when it was an important trading post on the Tagus river.
In the Middle Ages, Alcochete was a key defensive location and played a significant role in the Portuguese battles against the Moors. During the Age of Discoveries, Alcochete was an important shipbuilding center and a hub for maritime trade.
Today, Alcochete is a charming town that blends its historic legacy with modern development
Alcochete is the perfect neighbourhood to experience the natural beauty of the Tagus Estuary Nature Reserve, a protected sanctuary where thousands of birds pass through during their migration. It is also home to traditional seafood restaurants and is famous for its outdoor parties, especially during summertime.
The Garden of Dom Manuel I Avenue is a lovely spot for leisurely walks and there is a playground for children. Heading a few kilometres to the south, you will find Moinhos Beach, also known as Alcochete Beach, with a number of beachside bars and restaurants, and it is extremely popular with water sports enthusiasts, particularly, kitesurfers.
For a change of pace, Alcochete is very close to the Freeport Lisboa Fashion Outlet, home to more than 100 famous brands such as Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Carolina Herrera.
Alcochete is just over 40 minutes away from downtown Lisbon via a scenic drive over the Vasco da Gama bridge.