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Comporta Portugal

Comporta, is a scopious agricultural reserve encompassing some twelve and a half thousand hectares of prime real estate abutting the Atlantic Ocean and Sado Estuary in the district of Setubal, with incredible beaches, seven typical villages and a laid-back atmosphere.

The pristine coastline sweeps some fifty kilometres from Troia to Melides, passing through Soltroia, Brejos da Carregueira, Carvalhal, Pego, Gale-Fontainhas and Aberta Nova, and offers a number of  exceptional restaurants and bars along the way.

The land throughout the estate is mainly sand, yet, incredibly alive with umbrella pine, cork oak and multiple indigenous species. The fauna includes wild boar, black pig and multiple species of bird that pass through on migration or call comporta home.

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Melides Portugal

Melides in Portugal, is a short twenty minute drive from Comporta and has become one of the hottest places to buy real estate ever since Christian Louboutin bought property in Melides, some years ago.

The quaint village boasts whitewashed walls, a central church, a couple of restaurants, cafes, and all one requires for a summer vacation or to live there as a permanent resident.

As you head west from the village towards the ocean, you are met by a large swathe of rice paddies, the Melides Lagoon and beaches that match Comporta for their size and beauty.

Melides is definitely on the up and should be on your destinations to visit.

Where to Buy


Still very much in vogue, (2020) due to the influx of many buyers from the European capitals, who are searching for a more favourable tax regime, better priced properties, culture, entertainment and the facilities that this beautiful European coastal city offers both buyers and visitors alike.

As often is the case many clients are astounded that you can still purchase one of the worlds best coffees for less than one Euro or enjoy a hearty meal and a decent glass of wine for under ten Euros.


Many people have compared Porto to the United Kingdom in relation to its greenery and climate.

Porto offers the more affordable home and boasts Portugal’s second city, which many say, has as much to offer as Lisbon.

Porto is an excellent city in which to buy a second home or primary residence due to the fact that your Pound, Dollar or Euro, goes that little bit further.


This region has for many centuries attracted the foreign investor and resident due to its climate, soil quality and probably the best Portuguese wine and Port.

To boot, the Douro region is also stunningly beautiful, especially around the River Douro with old family estates and vineyards abound.


Only a few years ago, the Algarve had seen a decrease in property values due to the financial collapse of 2008, however, over the last few years the Algarve is rising again, as many foreign buyers have arrived to the conclusion that this part of the country offers affordably priced homes, a warm sea, excellent golf courses and many full-time foreign residents to call ones neighbour.

Real Estate Agents suggest that some of the best luxury estates for sale in the Algarve are to be found in Quinta do Lago or Vale do Lobo which are well desired destinations, boasting facilities which in standard terms are well above the norm’.

Silver Coast

Primarily, a destination for golfers, surfers and for those who perhaps prefer a more moderate climate than the Algarve.

The Silver Coast is north of Lisbon, which makes for easy arrival from the international airport with suitable properties for sale within golf course resorts.

Properties are generally more affordable than the Algarve and Lisbon, and can be just as enjoyable as the golf estates to be found in Sintra, Cascais or Estoril.

Alentejo Real Estate

Alentejo is stunningly beautiful and covers almost one third of Portugal’s land mass, offering both countryside or coastal areas.

The buyer has a choice between, country estates, farms, or agricultural land for commercial activities, and shabby chic beach cabanas or luxurious modern homes by the coast.

Alentejo stretches south of Lisbon to the tip of the Algarve and is one of the most affordable areas of Portugal to purchase your ideal property.

The Alentejo region attracts international buyers who are living in Portugal throughout the year and has become a preferred second home destination for many Europeans.

Alentejo Property and Farms

Coastal towns are seeing huge increases in buyer interest with sea view homes, golf villas, and country estates for sale. Ãlentejo proudly offers a myriad of gorgeous beaches, traditional villages and the awe inspiring South West Alentejo and Vicentine Nature Park.

Comporta, is one of our favourite destinations and still “off the radar” for the majority of property buyers, and offers beach properties, luxury real estate, country estates and typical village homes.

Comporta is an amazing part of the country with some fifty kilometres of pristine beaches and coastline, set within a nature and agricultural reserve, with a very low population density and an even smaller construction footprint.

If you have decided to live or work in Portugal and are searching for a large tract of land or farm for commercial purposes, tourism or just as your homestead, then the Alentejo region would be a good place to start your research.

Alentejo was once referred to as the bread basket of Portugal because of it’s agricultural heritage and provides an abundance of land, farms and country residences for sale.

If it doesn’t make any difference whether you live by the coast or further inland, then ninety-percent of the time you will find less expensive estates for sale the further you are from the coast.

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