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Land with 350 ha with Ample Nature Reserve, River and Waterfalls in Rio Grande do Sul



Landplot Rio Grande do Sul: Ample Area with Waterfalls and River, 90 % Native Rainforests, 40 km distant from Gramado

General Description:

For Sale is an Ecological area with 350 hectares, consisting mainly of Native Forests of the Atlantic Forest biome. It is part of the city of São Francisco de Paula/RS, 9 km distant from the city center and 40 km distant from the city of Gramado, the main tourist city in the so-called Serra Gaucha. It is located 100 km from the capital Porto Alegre, and100 km from the Brazilian coast. The property is rich in water, containing several springs, 2 large waterfalls, and is bordered by 2.5 km of a river with waters that have their origin in the mountains. For example, the conditions are ideal for growing trout. The property has great natural beauty, also ideal for the exploration as a touristic venture. The land available for planting has great fertility, being a region where there is good rainfall, around 2000mm per year. The climate is warm and temperate, ranging between 0° in winter and 30° in summer, with an average of 16-20° per year. Currently there is no infrastructure (buildings) on the property, however it has access to electricity.

We accompany clients during the entire sales process and provide encompassing consulting services.

Additional Information about the Region:

The Serra Gaúcha is a geographic region in the northeast of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It has specific sociocultural characteristics, such as strong German and Italian influence, large production of grapes and wine and a developed tourist industry. In a predominantly flat state such as Rio Grande do Sul, the Serra Gaúcha is the main geographic feature, with moderately high altitudes, up to around 1,300 meters. As it is located in a temperate zone of Brazil, its climate is oceanic, with moderately cold winters, mild summers and rain regularly distributed throughout the year.


  • ID: 19925
  • Published: 19. June 2021
  • Last Update: 23. August 2021
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