Both projects are under construction and due to be completed in 2025
Natura Village is described as the “ideal option for those looking to live in complete harmony with nature,” featuring 12 three-room villas and 14 two-room villas built on plots of land ranging from 320sqm to 785sqm.
“Natura Village was inspired by the traditional Algarve architecture and reinterpreted for our times. You can feel it in the materials, aesthetics, and climate adapted sustainability practices,” Vilamoura World says on its website.
“Indoors, the areas are spacious and include a garage in every villa. Bedrooms and the living room face the terraces and the garden with an exclusive pool, helping extend the inside spaces and allowing for a private outdoor experience,” the ‘master planner’ adds.
Meanwhile, The Nine is a condominium featuring 39 two-bedroom apartments and nine three-bedroom apartments which was designed to “receive the maximum amount of sunlight throughout the entire year.”
It is located near the Victoria golf course clubhouse and will boast two pools and an exclusive lounge area, as well as underground parking with charging stations for electric vehicles.
All apartments feature “spacious social areas” and bedrooms are mostly en-suite, with “generous wardrobes and closets”. All rooms are south-facing and have access to gardens, balconies and private rooftops with “ample areas” ranging from 19sqm to 166sqm.
“Natura Village and The Nine emerge as a result of our role as the main promoters of Vilamoura and our commitment to making it the ideal destination for living, holidays, and investing. They join Vilamoura Parque, where we are already selling the last villas, totalling three projects on the market,” said Pedro Reimão, a member of the Vilamoura World administration.
He added that multiple other projects are in “advanced stages of development” and will “complement each other in terms of locations, typologies, sizes, and prices.
“However, they will all reflect two aspects that set us apart: the excellence of the real estate offerings, including not only the suitability of concepts and products to buyers’ profiles but also the full compliance with their expectations in terms of timeline and construction quality, and the commitment to environmental sustainability, which is manifested in the certifications of each real estate project as well as in how we promote initiatives such as energy communities, encompassing all of Vilamoura, or how we manage our other businesses, such as the Vilamoura Marina.,” Reimão added.
The Nine and Natura Village are still under construction and are expected to be completed in the first half of 2025, with some units already sold.
Vilamoura World has not revealed the cost of the two projects, although online newspaper ECO reports they represent an investment of around €100 million.