Moleanos is a Portuguese limestone with light beige colored background and a slight grayish tonality, with thin to medium grain and disperse brownish fine spots. With a medium hardness, it’s frequently used for cladding, pavements, interior decor, street furniture and other stoneworks. The main and most popular type is Moleanos Classic, however there several types of this limestone such as Moleanos Blue Light Water, Moleanos Shelly, Moleanos Moon and Moleanos White.

Moleanos is currently one of the most popular limestones in the world, being used on a large scale a little throughout the world due to its lower price and uniform color. There are several types of Moleanos, which vary depending on where they are extracted. The most popular are, Moleanos White, Moleanos Moon, Moleanos Blue Light Water, and Moleanos Shelly.

This stone can be used in projects that require large quantities because it is a stone that exists in abundance and it is explored by numerous quarries. On the other hand, it is an extremely versatile stone, can be used in flooring and facing slabs, for interior and exterior pavings, cladding, masonry, stonework, and many others.

Country of Origin: Portugal
Density: 2670 kg/m³
Water Absorption: 0.06%