Comporta is small fishing and agricultural village which borders the Sado Estuary and Atlantic Ocean along the Alentejo Coast. Comporta also gives her name to the general area which lies within both districts of Alcacer do Sal and Grandola. Comporta is currently in vogue due to its location at a little over one hour from Lisbon and was initially put on the map by the Portuguese banking family Espirito Santo family who in turn invited their friends to spend relaxed and unpretentious vacations within the area. The overall area of Comporta touches Troia to the north and Melides to the south and boast 50 km of pristine beaches with many of them receiving both Blue Flag and Gold Standard recognition. Located within thousands of hectares of both agricultural and nature reserves you will find stunning and suitable Comporta accommodation either within the country estates or within one of the little beachside hamlets.
Popular areas for Comporta holiday homes in Brejos da Carregueira which has its own private beach, Pego which Conde Nast said was one of the best beaches and restaurants in the world and Muda, which offers vacation rentals within the larger country estates. Whatever your preference and as long as you enjoy nature and a kicked back ambience you'll be thrilled about spending time here. As many of the owners do not wish to publicise their properties, simply let us know what your requirements are and we'll see what we can find.
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