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Ataija Mixed


The Ataija Mixed is a beige/grey colored limestone, with thin grain and uniform background. It presents some occasional lighter and darker areas, some slight brownish vein and is mostly characterized by its mix of beige and grey colors. This is a more commercial variation of the Ataija Creme, with less selection and often more availability.

This is one of the hardest limestone that are extracted in Portugal, with considerable reputation and international demand (particularly from the French market).


Compression strength: 1650 kg/cm2; Bending strength: 105 kg/cm2; Porosity: 0.9%; Water absorption: 0.4%


Due to its considerable hardness and limited size of most blocks (these present several natural fissures), the Ataija Mixed is mostly used on exterior street paving with considerable thickness but small dimensions. This is also a preferential limestone to be used on diverse landscaping, some cladding, flooring and decoration.

Ataija Mixed

Limestone Finishings

Ataija Mixed


Ataija Mixed


Ataija Azul

Blue / Grey limestone, with thin grain and uniform look

Ataija Creme

Darker beige limestone, with very thin grain and fairly uniform look

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