Barca de Alva -
Property Descriptive Term;
- The property is surrounding for 4 UNESCO classified areas, like World Heritage.
- Boat trips and Rowing, 5 boats, each boat has 350 places.
- Motornautica Championship.
- Nautical sports.
- Circuits of Classic Cars.
- Cultural tourism.
- Village tourism.
- Gastronomy tourism.
- Micro Climate.
- A Museum will be build, in this area for 1.0 million people.
- Thermal place will be building and they haven't hotel for their clients.
- Good access and motor-ways.
- Near Spain.
- In a few years a new International Airport will be build in 100 km from this place.
- Also TGV will pass nearest (100km)
Complex eco tourism, residential and leisure, green and ecologic.
- 1 or 2 Hotels
- Habitation area, apartments and villas.
- Golf course, 18 holes or 25 holes
- Tennis courts
- Hunting Club
- Fishing Club
Investment from the area
- Mineral Water trade
Near FOZ COA...
It has about twenty a thousand years, the “man of the Palaeolithic period” covered the valleys of the rivers Coa and Douro, fishing and hunting to survive. Using silex, it recorded the hunting scenes and of it fishes in hundreds of existing panels throughout the hard flagstone of shale that composes the edges of the river Coa, bequeathing to the humanity this majestically patrimony, only in its type. This is until the present a date, the first artistic manifestation in our Country.
Distributing itself throughout a km set of ten, the rupestres engravings represent essentially animalist figures; isolated or in group the represented animals more are the horses and the bovine's (auroque or wild ox, in current language) that for times caprideos and cervideos coexist with. The average dimensions of the engravings patrol the 50 cm, however exist with 1.80M.
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Living Area : 1700 square metres
Land Size : 400000000 square metres
Price : € 8400000 ( Currency Converter )
Nearest Airport : OPorto 100 km
Nearest Important City : Barca de Alva 1000 km
Nearest Touristic Attraction : F. Castelo Rodrigo/ V. N. Foz Coa