The Municipality of Alcochete is a territory of 128.5 km², formed by three parishes: Alcochete, Samouco and São Francisco and registered in 2013 a resident population of 18,293 inhabitants. Integrated in the beautiful rural landscape of Lezíria do Tejo, the municipality is limited to the north by the municipality of Benavente, to the east and southeast by Palmela, to the southwest by the main area of the municipality of Montijo and to the northwest by the Tagus estuary.
Alcochete benefits from privileged access to Lisbon through the Vasco da Gama Bridge, which gives it an important centrality in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and access to other important communication routes: A1 - North, IC32 and A2 and A12.
Alcochete Town Hall
Largo de São João
2894-001 Alcochete GET DIRECTION
212 348 600/1
MUNICIPALITY LINE 808 200 014
The Municipality of Almada comprises a territory of 70.21 km², subdivided into 5 parishes: União das Freguesia de Almada, Cova da Piedade, Pragal and Cacilhas; Parish of Costa da Caparica; Union of Parishes of Caparica and Trafaria; Union of Parishes of Charneca de Caparica and Sobreda; Union of Parishes of Laranjeiro - Feijó and registered in 2013 a resident population of 171,481 inhabitants. Located at the northwestern tip of the Setúbal Peninsula, the municipality of Almada is limited to the east by the municipality of Seixal, to the south by Sesimbra, to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, opening to the north and northeast of the Tagus Estuary, in front of the municipalities of Lisbon and Oeiras.
Almada Business Center
Rua Marcos Assunção nº 4, Piso 3, Pragal2805-290 GET DIRECTION
212 724 034
The Municipality of Barreiro has a territorial area of 31.6 km², integrated by 4 parishes: União das Freguesias do Alto do Seixalinho, Santo André and Verderena; Union of Parishes of Barreiro and Lavradio; Union of Parishes of Palhais and Coina and Parish Council of Santo António da Charneca and registered in 2013 a resident population of 77,577 inhabitants.
The municipality is limited to the East by the municipality of Moita, to the Southeast by the municipality of Palmela, to the South by the municipalities of Setúbal and Sesimbra, to the West by the municipality of Seixal and to the North it faces the Tagus Estuary
Largo Alexandre Herculano, nº 85 - 3rd Left 2830-314 Barreiro
212 068 150
The Municipality of Montijo is one of the three municipalities in the country consisting of two geographically separated territories, covering a total area of 348.62 km². Consisting of 5 parishes: Parish of Canha; Union of Parishes of Pegões; Union of Parishes of Montijo and Afonsoeiro; Union of Parishes of Atalaia and Alto Estanqueiro / Jardia and Parish of Sarilhos Grandes, in 2013 the municipality registered a resident population of 53,586 inhabitants The eastern area of the territory has a surface area of 291.6 K km² and confronts the municipalities of Benavente, Coruche , Montemor-o-Novo, Vendas Novas and Palmela. The West area with a surface area of 56.7K km² is bordered by the Tagus Estuary (22.7 km in length) and adjoins the municipalities of Alcochete, Moita and Palmela.
Montijo Town Hall
Manuel Neves Nunes de Almeida Street 2870-352 Montijo
The Municipality of Palmela , the largest on the Setúbal Peninsula, covers a territorial area of 465.12 km², subdivided into 4 parishes: Palmela Parish; Parish of Pinhal Novo; Parish of Quinta do Anjo and Union of Parishes of Poceirão and Marateca and registered in 2013 a resident population of 63,723 inhabitants. The municipality of Palmela has a part of the territory inserted in the Natural Reserve of the Sado Sado Estuary (of which the marshes of the southern area of Marateca parish stand out) and another part in the Arrábida Natural Park.
Located approximately 40 km from Lisbon, the municipality has a privileged geographical situation, reinforced by the excellent network of accessibility it has, either by rail or by road, to the urban centers of Setúbal, Barreiro, Almada and Lisbon.
Palmela City Council
Largo do Município
2954-001 Palmela GET DIRECTION
212 336 600
The Municipality of Seixal covers a territory of 95.50 km², subdivided into 4 parishes: União das Freguesias do Seixal, Arrentela and Aldeia de Paio Pires; Parish of Amora; Parish of Corroios and Parish of Fernão Ferro. With a resident population in 2013 of 161,976 inhabitants: Seixal is one of the eight most populous municipalities in Portugal. The municipality of Seixal is limited to the east by the municipality of Barreiro, to the south by Sesimbra, to the west by Almada and to the north by the Tagus estuary, through which it connects to Lisbon.
The municipality has assumed great centrality, in business and population terms, both in the Setúbal Peninsula and in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, a position that has been reinforced through investment in rail and road
Mall of the Volunteer Firefighters, no. 45 2844-001 Seixal
+351 212 276 700
The Municipality of Sesimbra has a territorial area of 195.47 km², subdivided into 3 parishes: Parish of Quinta Conde; Parish of Santiago; Castelo Parish and registered in 2013 a resident population of 50,276 inhabitants. The municipality is located in the southwest of the Setúbal Peninsula and is limited to the north by the municipalities of Almada and Seixal, to the northeast by Barreiro, to the east by Setúbal and to the south and west by the Atlantic Ocean. Its coastline, with multiple landscapes, extends from Lagoa de Albufeira to Serra da Arrábida.
The mouth of the river Sado, the Serra da Arrábida, the Cape Espichel and a set of tourist beaches, with white sand and crystal clear water, are part of the natural landscape of Sesimbra and constitute tourist attraction poles, frequently visited by thousands of people. Sesimbra also has one of the most important ports for fishing and offers exceptional conditions for the practice of water sports such as diving, sport fishing, sailing, rowing and motor boating.
Sesimbra City Hall
Rua da República, n.º 3
2970-741 Sesimbra GET DIRECTION
21 228 85 00
The Municipality of Setúbal covers a territory of 230.33 km², subdivided into 5 parishes: União das Freguesias de Setúbal (São Julião, Nossa Senhora da Anunciada and Santa Maria da Graça); Union of Parishes of Azeitão (São Lourenço and São Simão); Parish of Gâmbia, Pontes and Alto da Guerra and Parish of São Sebastião, with a resident population in 2013 of 119,244 inhabitants.
The municipality is limited to the West by the municipality of Sesimbra, to the Northwest by Barreiro, to the North and East by Palmela and to the South, the Sado Estuary separates it from the municipalities of Alcácer do Sal and Grândola.
he geographic location of the municipality of Setúbal, the infrastructures available to it, namely in terms of communication routes, equipment and services and the natural resources that make it distinct, particularly the coastline of the Bay of Setúbal, integrated in the Sado Estuary, and the set of beaches inserted in the Arrábida Natural Park.
Praça de Bocage 2901-866 Setúbal
265 541 500
The Municipality of Moita is a territory with 36 km² of area, subdivided by 4 parishes: Parish of Alhos Vedros; Parish of Moita; Union of Parishes of Baixa da Bath and Vale da Amoreira and Union of Parishes of Gaio-Rosário and Sarilhos Pequenos and registered in 2013 a resident population of 65,632 inhabitants Geographically is limited to the North and East by the municipality of Montijo, the South East by Palmela, to the west by Barreiro and to the northwest by the Tagus estuary.
Moita City Hall
2864-007 moita GET DIRECTION
212 806 700
Cascais is situated on the western edge of the Tagus estuary, between the Sintra mountains and the Atlantic Ocean; the territory occupied by the municipality is limited in the north by the municipality of Sintra, south and west by the ocean, and east by the municipality of Oeiras.
Cascais is a coastal town and a municipality in Portugal, 30 kilometres (19 miles) west of Lisbon. It is a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and one of the richest municipalities in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 206,479, in an area of 97.40 km².
Sintra is a town and municipality in the Greater Lisbon region of Portugal, located on the Portuguese Riviera. The population of the municipality in 2011 was 377,835,in an area of 319.23 square kilometres (123.26 sq mi).Sintra is a major tourist destination in Portugal, famed for its picturesqueness and for its numerous historic palaces and castles.
Sintra is also a major luxury dining and tourism destination within the Portuguese Riviera, as well as one of the wealthiest municipalities in the country, and is known for the numerous notable events hosted in Sintra, such as Bilderberg Meetings and the Open de Portugal.
Largo Dr. Virgílio Horta
2714-501 Sintra GET DIRECTION
+351 219 238 500
+351 219 238 682
Loures is a city and a municipality in the central Portuguese Grande Lisboa Subregion. It is situated 13 km to the north of Lisbon. It was created on 26 July 1886 by a royal decree. The population in 2011 was 199,494, in an area of 167.24 km².It borders the municipalities of Odivelas, Sintra, Mafra, Arruda dos Vinhos, Vila Franca de Xira and Lisbon.The municipality is basically divided in three areas: the rustic one, to the north (the parishes of Lousa, Fanhões, Bucelas, Santo Antão do Tojal and São Julião do Tojal), the urban one, to the south (Frielas, Loures and Santo António dos Cavaleiros) and the urban-industrial, to the east (Apelação, Bobadela, Camarate, Moscavide, Portela de Sacavém, Prior Velho, Sacavém, Santa Iria de Azóia, São João da Talha and Unhos). Portela de Sacavém is the site of Portugal's largest airport.
Odivelas is a city and a municipality in Lisbon metropolitan area, Portugal, in the Lisbon District and the historical and cultural Estremadura Province. The municipality is located 10 km northwest of Lisbon. The present Mayor is Hugo Martins, elected by the Socialist Party.
The population in 2011 was 144,549, in an area of 26.54 km².Situated in the old district of Lisbon (historical Estremadura province), the municipality of Odivelas is in the metropolitan area of Lisbon, bordering the municipalities of Loures, Sintra, Amadora and Lisbon.
Rua Guilherme Gomes Fernandes
Quinta da Memória GET DIRECTION
219 320 000
The palace is the main (and only) tourist attraction of Mafra, and the huge building completely dwarfs the rest of the town. The front façade of the palace extends for over 250 meters while the two bell towers, containing 92 bells, stands high above the town at 68 meters.
The place was constructed between 1717 and 1755 and was used as both a convent and royal residence. Inside there are over 1,200 rooms connected by over 150 flights of stairs, but only a small portion of the rooms are open to the public.Mafra, town, west-central Portugal. It lies near the Atlantic Ocean, 18 miles (29 km) northwest of central Lisbon, and constitutes a parish of that city.
Mafra City Council
Praça do Município 2644-001 Mafra
261 810 100
The Lisbon Metropolitan Area (Portuguese: Área Metropolitana de Lisboa; abbreviated as AML) is a metropolitan area in Portugal centered on Lisbon, the capital and largest city of the country. The metropolitan area, covering 18 municipalities is the largest urban area in the country and the 10th largest in the European Union, with a population in 2015 of 2,812,678 in an area of 3,015.24 km².
The Lisbon Metropolitan Area has the largest GDP (€70 billion) of any region in Portugal and above that of the European average.The region is home to the largest tech hub in the country and the majority of Portugal's major multinational corporations.r multinational corporations.
lisbon city hall,praca do municipio 1100 038 GET DIRECTION
+351 808 203 232
+351 218 170 552
The municipality of Alenquer is located in Estremadura and is part of the district of Lisbon. It has a surface of 304.22 km² and among the fifteen municipalities that make up the district, only Torres Vedras and Sintra exceed this area.
In the district chart, the municipality draws approximately one square. To the north it is limited by the municipalities of Azambuja and Cadaval, to the south by those of Vila Franca de Xira, Arruda dos Vinhos and Sobral de Monte Agraço, to the west by Torres Vedras and to the east by Azambuja and the Tagus river.
It is divided into the following 11 Parishes and Parish Unions: Union of Parishes of Abrigada and Cabanas de Torres, Aldeia Galega da Merceana and Aldeia Gavinha, Alenquer and Carregado and Cadafais andParishes of Carnota, Meca, Olhalvo, Ota, Triana, Ventosa and Vila Verde dos Francos.
263 730 900
Torres Vedras is a municipality in the Portuguese district of Lisbon, approximately 50 kilometres north of the capital Lisbon in the Oeste subregion of the Centro region.
The population as of 2011 was 79,465,in an area of 407.15 square kilometres (157.20 sq mi).Torre Vedres is bordered by the municipalities of Lourinhã (to the north), Alenquer (to the east), Sobral de Monte Agraço (to the southeast) and Mafra (to the south). A dispersed population, Torres Vedras includes 21 urban agglomerations, of which most have less than 200 inhabitants.
The Arruda Municipality is located about 30 km north of Lisbon, Area77.7 km 2 in a zone of confluence between the west, the ribatejo and the saloia region, at the gates of the capital.
Parishes: Arranhó, Arruda dos Vinhos, Cardosas and S. Tiago dos VelhosPopulation: 13 400 inhabitants (2011 Census)
Municipal Holiday: 5th Ascension Fair
A document from 1172 of donation from the village of Arruda to the Order of Santiago, which was drafted by Dom Afonso Henriques, seems to constitute the oldest official document found to date, regarding the legal “foundation” of the Municipality.
Lisbon and Tagus Valley Region
Neighboring counties: south Loures, north Alenquer, west Sobral de Monte Agraço and Mafra and east Vila Franca de Xira.
Intermunicipal Community: Oeste Cim
263 977 000
Sobral de Monte Agraço is a Portuguese village in the District of Lisbon, in the Center region and sub-region of the West, with approximately 3406 inhabitants.
It is the seat of a small municipality with an area of 51.95 km² and 10 156 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 3 parishes. The municipality is limited to the north by the municipalities of Torres Vedras and Alenquer, the south-east by Arruda dos Vinhos and to the south and west by Mafra.
Dr. Eugénio Dias Square nº4 - 2590-016 Sobral de Monte Agraço
261 940 300
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