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ZDTI Sul of Vila do Maio

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Planning of the ZDTI Sul of Vila do Maio

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 Ministerial Ordinance nº 20/2009, of June 8  -  Approves the Tourism Management Plan (POT) of the ZDTI Sul of Vila do Maio

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ZDTI Sul of Vila do Maio
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 17:46   

Located in the southern coast of the island of Maio, this ZDTI covers a total area of 770 hectares, of which 574 hectares (74.54%) are intended for tourism occupation and 196 hectares (25.45%) for environmental and landscape protection. The existence of areas with environmental and geographic constraints, due to the presence of the protected landscape area of “Casas Velhas” (old houses) and the fact that it is crossed by water lines associated with some geomorphological disturbances that fragment this ZDTI, has induced the ZDT´sI planning in terms of the creation of various small and medium-sized centers.

The sea front, which is divided into small to medium-sized beaches, emphasizes this orientation. The beautiful landscape and variety of situations that the context offers justifies adopting a high quality standard, with a low edificability rate and an equilibrium in terms of products that includes attractive facilities and top hotel units.

When planning this ZDTI, the exclusivity and variety of the tourism offer were taken into consideration.

For this ZDTI, the POT determines a maximum edificability capacity of 440.831,16 m2, which corresponds to a maximum edificability rate of 8%. With this edificability rate, it is estimated that over the next 40 years or more, around 5.067 rooms (maximum) will be built in this ZDTI.


Desired quality: Very high and high

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