Comporta & the Alentejo

Comporta & Alentejo overview:

Sep 25, 2017 - Mon
Evora Portugal
Wind 2 m/s, WNW
Pressure 766.57 mmHg
Humidity 87%
Clouds 12%

Portugal’s Atlantic Coast is blessed with golden sandy beaches and clear waters, although tides are stronger and the water temperature colder than on the Mediterranean. The Alentejo beaches are well known to surfers and body boarders and most offer beach bars and restaurants where you can enjoy some fresh seafood and a glass of local wine, while watching the most extraordinary sunsets!

As Oliveiras @ Comporta
Spacious & elegant with minimalist design interiors As Oliveiras has a private infinity pool with a wooden deck framed by scented shrubs of lavender & rosemary & as its name implies, olive trees; the villa accommodates 6 to 12 guests (no children under 7 years of age) with all the bedrooms enjoying its own en-suite bathroom & a superb master suite with private terrace on the first floor; the property is surrounded by a pine forest & located near the Comporta beaches; rental prices from €9,500 (Euros) per week for full occupancy with 15% off for 6 guests only!
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Comporta on the coast is an earthly paradise offering amazing beaches with seemingly endless golden dunes, green rice fields, traditional fishermen's dwellings, and a myriad of indigenous animal species, all of which you can discover for yourself on horseback, bicycle or kayak. We can also arrange for you to do some dolphin watching during your stay - ask us about it!

Beach Villa @ Comporta
If you love sand, sea & sunsets, the Beach Villa @ Comporta within walking distance of Praia do Pego (beach), is just the place for your next holiday rental; it has stylish design interiors, accommodates 6 to 10 guests & features a panoramic roof top terrace with a heated pool; the rustic & charming Comporta region just south of Lisbon has an understated stylish atmosphere & fantastic weather most of the year round; rental prices from €3,300 (Euros) per week!
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Alcacer do Sal (Arabian for salt castle) is well worth a visit - the town’s name comes from the Moorish “al qasr” meaning the castle and “sal” refers to the age-old production of salt in this area. This dramatic medieval hilltop town looks down onto the Sado river, which becomes a nature reserve where the river meets the ocean. The reserve is not only vital for the people who live from its bounty, but also for the flora and fauna it sustains including storks, pink flamingos and bottlenose dolphins.

Martas Farm
A luxurious rural villa for 10 guests with private swimming pool (no children under 5 years of age), this Portuguese Quinta is ideally located for exploring the Alentejo province; extremely confortable and equipped to a high standard, Marta’s Farm would suit a private or corporate get together, with lots to see and do nearby, including visiting castle town of Elvas and Roman Évora with its Temple of Diana (both UNESCO World Heritage Sites); rental prices @ €6,600 for 10 guests.
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Explore Évora and Elvas inland on the Alentejo; both boast the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Évora is home to the Temple of Diana, various churches and convents, the Bones Chapel, and the Fundação Eugénio de Almeida Winery & Museum; whilst Elvas is a fortified garrison border town dating back to the 15th century.