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Comporta is referred to as the ‘secret treasure of Europe’

About Comporta

The area of Comporta, known as a popular summer destination of the European jet set, has a beach extending 47 km south and is the unique setting of the protected area of the Sado estuary, where you can observe dolphins and storks on one of Portugal’s most beautiful beaches.

Comporta is surrounded by rice paddies, the ocean, sand dunes and pine forests. It’s a unique place, where you can connect with nature and live in the moment. When you smell the pines and feel the Atlantic breeze on deck, you’re already on holiday. 

One hour away from Lisbon, between the municipalities of Alcácer do Sal and Grândola, you come across a breathtaking landscape of white sandy beaches, crystalline sea, restaurants with excellent local fish and shellfish, surrounded by dunes and pine trees and irrigated by immense verdant rice paddies.

The most appealing summer language is made of sand and extends for 30 km. Departing from Troy to the south, always next to the coast, it passes by Comporta, by Carvalhal and arrives at the border of Melides. With this map in mind, one crosses the Sado and reaches a paradise with turquoise blue beaches, restaurants with fish and seafood of the area and several programs to do after stalling all day.

Integrated into the nature reserve of the Sado Estuary, Comporta has an unusual diversity of natural systems (beaches and dunes, woods, salt marshes, rice paddies and bogs) and delights visitors with its rich variety of flora and fauna. The beaches, with fine white sand and water-green water are simply ideal getaways. 

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