Loulé is the largest municipality in the Algarve. Located 12 km from the coast, the city of Loulé was able to maintain its charm of the past, at the same time that it developed and transformed into a commercial axis of the region. The historic centre deserves to be explored, as well as its 13th-century walls which overlook the roofs and cobbled streets filled with artisans who have given Loulé the reputation as the capital of the Algarve’s handicrafts.
Housed in an early 20th-century Arab-inspired building, the impressive Loulé Market is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Snuggled in a region of rolling hills stretching between the picturesque villages of the Serra do Caldeirão and the beautiful Algarve coast, today Loulé is a bustling commercial city that contrasts with the laid-back beach atmosphere of the surrounding areas and the coastal resorts.
Properties here are very sought after nowadays and whether in Goldra, Apra, Vale Telheiro or Soalheira, you find old refurbished Quintas and luxury villas with asking prices between 500.000 € and 2m€, depending on specs, size and views.
Good rental income potential.