LIVING IN Boliqueime
AREA OF Boliqueime
Living in the area of Boliqueime is living in the countryside just away from the busy coast.
Boliqueime, located in the heart of the Algarve, is a charming town consisted of traditional homes, tiny lanes, and cosy corners. Boliqueime is a large rural parish with a land area of 4,139 acres and a population of roughly 5,000 people scattered over many locations that form dispersed agglomerations.
The area has a great mixture of Portuguese and other nationalities.
15 min Beaches
10 min Golf Course
10 min Marina
20 min Airport
10 min Medical Centre
2 min Train Station
5 min Restaurants
5 min Supermarkets
15 min Shopping Centre
5 min International School
13 min Private Hospital
Easy access Close to the Highway Ocean view Not built up Properties on big plots Quiet area Rural area Central Good Mixture of Portugues with foreigners Unspoilt Nature Big Variety of Property Styles
Video of Boliqueime Neighbourhood
Relaxing Views - A charming and colourful Portuguese parish. Homes in the centre have views of the surrounding properties with a variety of coloured facades, Set in the hills, properties in the outskirts often boast beautiful countryside or sensational sea views.
Best of Both Worlds - On the one hand, Boliqueime is a typical Algarve village from the 12th century with a church in the centre and all amenities, nestled in a tranquil countryside position. On the other hand its close proximity to the lively coastal line of Vilamoura, Olhos d'Água, and Albufeira with marinas, golf courses and more - make it ideal if you want plenty of things to see and do during the day and night. The beaches, golf and other sports activities are 15 mins away whilst Faro Airport is only a 20 minute drive
Algarvian Atmosphere - The picturesque village itself has a church at its heart and a beautiful calçada square. The roads leading from the village are flanked by white-painted farm houses with traditional chimneys, stone framed windows and doors, a variety of indigenous trees like olives, almonds and oranges, all so typical of the Algarve. Many Portuguese still have orange groves. The almond blossom is truly a sight to behold. The same for the smell of the orange blossom. The centre and church were rebuilt in 1755 after the earthquake.
The properties in this area are of different styles. Traditional Algarvian villas, renovated farmhouses, modern design. From luxurious estates to small Quintas. Price range varies; but as the Boliqueime parish is quite popular , average prices are slightly higher than other inland areas. The holiday rental possibilities in this area are good.