Grandola ( port. Grândola ; [gɾɐ̃dulɐ] ) is an urban-type village in Portugal , the center of the municipality of the same name in Setubal County. The population is 10.4 thousand inhabitants (village), 14.5 thousand inhabitants (municipality). The village is part of the Alentejo region, in the Alentejo-Litoral subregion. According to the old administrative division, it was part of the province of Baixu Alentejo .
|Historical area||Baixu Alentejo|
|Internal division||5 districts|
|The mayor||Carlos Vicente Beatu|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC0 , summer UTC + 1|
|Density||18 people / km²|
The village is located 48 km southeast of Setubal on the banks of the Ribeira de Grandola . 8 km west of the city is Mount Atalaya , the highest point of Setubal County.
The municipality borders:
- in the north - municipality of Alcácer do Sal
- in the east - the municipality of Ferreira do Alentejo
- in the south - the municipality of Santiago do Cacin
- in the west - the Atlantic Ocean
- in the north-west - Setubal municipality and the mouth of the Sadu River
|The population of the municipality of Grandola (1801-2004)|
|3463||2528||7539||13,370||21,060||16 042||13 767||14 901||14,454|
The village was founded in 1544 .
|Fregezia (districts) of the municipality of Grandola|
|Number of inhabitants|
people / km²
- Song Zek Afonso " Grandola, swarthy village " has become an unofficial anthem of the Carnations Revolution .
- Setubal (Borough)
- Setubal County Municipalities
- Setubal County Districts