Portugal has an abundance of beige colored limestones, which are today a major choice of stone to be used on numerous projects worldwide, most notably on exterior cladding projects. Some of these limestones have gained enormous popularity due to its large quantity available, competitive price, but most importantly, its color consistency and general quality and selection. We present below our list of top beige limestones that can be found in Portugal.
The Moca Cream Classic is a beige limestone, showing a consistent color, fairly uniform background and medium grain. But what stands out on this limestone is the parallel vein, which is quite consistent and has been the main reason why this has become one of the most famous limestones all over the world. This limestone is widely used on exterior wall cladding on projects all over the world.
The Relvinha is a beige limestone, with fairly uniform background, fine grain and delicate parallel vein. This is the fine grain variation of the famous Moca Cream limestone, also known as Moca Cream Fine limestone. The Relvinha has an established demand from several markets, being considered a limestone with hardly any competition due to its delicate parallel vein. Again, this is widely used on exterior wall cladding applications.
The Moleanos Classic is a beige limestone with a consistent color, medium grain structure and occasional signs of fossils and calcite. This is a fairly hard limestone that is often used on a diversity of applications. The Moleanos Classic has today quite some availability, competitive price and consistent supply. This is a versatile limestone that can be used on numerous applications such as cladding, flooring, stonework and much more.
The Moleanos Fine is a Portuguese limestone with fine grain and light beige color. It presents a consistent color and fine grain structure, with some occasional darker lines and brownish spots. This limestone is the fine grain variation of the Moleanos Classic limestone. This is an ideal limestone to be used on exterior wall cladding, but also masonry, stonework, interior flooring.
The Rosal is a beige limestone, showing fine to medium grain structure. This beige limestone has quite a uniform background, with a clouded grains structure. It can also be presented as vein-cut, though less common. Its main variations depend on the grain structure and more or less regular pattern. Again, this is a major limestone to be used on exterior wall cladding.
The Cabeca Veada is a light beige limestone tending towards white, with very fine grain, uniform structure and background, showing some occasional smaller darker brown spots. Currently, this is a reference light beige limestone in Portugal and with a growing international recognition from places like China, Middle East, Europe and North America. This is a major limestone to be used on cladding, but also decoration and interior flooring.
These are major beige limestones from Portugal, which are today main players in the international market. On the video below, we make a good presentation of these limestones.
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