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It’s a slice of the Portuguese beach paradise we all know and love, but Comporta’s charm is unique. For starters, the sparkling ocean competes with rice paddies for the best landscape backdrops for memorable selfies. Vast fields of rice protect birds sheltering along winding irrigation canals and stretch all the way to dunes framing golden sand. 

To add to the nature lover’s dream, the vibe is eco-friendly with a dash of barefoot glamour. Chic villas in Comporta join wooden beach restaurants and cool bars for icy jugs of sangria. So, it’s just as easy to laze the day away in style as it is to surf or practice yoga with mesmerising views. 

This laidback holiday haven is only about an hour’s drive from Lisbon’s vibrant cobbled alleyways and majestic cathedrals, but it’s worlds away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

Villas close to Comporta beaches give you front row seats to the natural beauty of the Tróia peninsula. Stroll for miles along remote sections of soft sand without a soul or building in sight. In contrast, Praia da Comporta is responsible for comparisons with Ibiza and St Tropez as they were a few decades ago. Sink into a sun lounger under a thatched parasol and sip cocktails from the bar at sunset. 

Kitesurfers love sweeping Pego Beach, backed by pine forests and often coined as one of Europe’s best. Settle in at Praia do Carvalhal for a day of bodyboarding and fishing, then step from the sand into family-owned restaurants for tasty grilled seafood. For water sports with breaks for ice creams, choose a patch of sand near Tróia Marina before boarding boats for dolphin-spotting tours. 

It’s perfectly acceptable to do nothing but soak up the sun. However, holiday villas in Comporta are just a bike ride away from the stunning Sado Estuary Natural Reserve. Birdwatching is big news here, with around 200 species to spot including fabulous flamingos. After cycling across the rice field trails, get your culture fix at the Rice Museum located in a 1952 rice husking factory. 

Fancy upping the thrill factor? Bump along on an off-road buggy tour with local guides. Back by the sea, catch your first wave with surfing lessons or discover the Melides lagoon on a stand-up paddleboard at sunset. Speaking of which, it’s basically mandatory to watch the sun go down at Cais Palafítico da Carrasqueira, a photogenic wooden pier with fishing cabins on stilts. 

Our Comporta holiday homes ensure you’re never far from relaxing retail therapy. You’re certain to find breezy, bohemian fashion, along with antiques and quirky gifts. Head to Largo de São João street in the centre of the village for boutique browsing. Lavanda is a treasure trove of summer dresses and colourful homewares. 

Fill your bags with Portuguese handicrafts at Casa da Cultura markets and choose from high-end swimwear brands at Cote Sud. Loja do Museu do Arroz brims with decor collections and luxury resort wear. At Manumaya, every Mayan-inspired necklace, shawl or wallet is unique. 

If you can’t drag yourself away from the sand, there’s no need to let hunger get in the way of a beach day. After a refreshing dip, settle in at Comporta Café on Praia da Comporta for fresher than fresh seafood with chill out tunes for company. DJ sets kick in at sunset to take you into the night. 

In the heart of the village, Sao Joao Restaurant serves up rice pot stews with seafood and traditional fried cuttlefish in true Portuguese style. Arguably the trendiest joint in town, Cavalariça delivers creative cuisine in a former stable transformed by eclectic decor. If you’d rather whip up a feast in your holiday villa, stock up on Herdade da Comporta wine, cheese and local honey at the Minimercado Matias. 

Hopping from the beach to family-friendly villas in Comporta, and back again, couldn’t be easier. Fussy eaters are soothed with the home comforts of fully equipped kitchens. Read a book outdoors on picturesque terraces while the kids splash about in sparkling private pools. 

With watersports, boat trips and swaths of sand for castle-making, you’ll never hear, “I’m bored” from the young ones. For extra exciting sightseeing, join a horse riding tour to discover cork oak forests and rice fields before trotting through the shallow waves. At the end of a big day in the sun and the sea, return to your Comporta rental villa for a barbecue under the stars. 



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