Comporta in Portugal, a paradise between ocean and rice paddies.


Located 1 hour away from Lisbon 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. To some people, the fishing cabins on stilts conjure up images of Asia, whilst for others, the magnificent white-sand beaches bordering the ocean evoke the Hamptons, but Comporta has a rhythm and an ambience that are all its own.

This wild place has long been kept secret by regular visitors, who appreciate the ‘tranquilidade’ of this distinctive region. And although spending holidays here is becoming more and more ‘trendy’, make no mistake – Comporta isn’t the new Ibiza. This is the epitome of slowness and simplicity; a little corner of paradise, suspended between the ocean and the rice paddies.


Tradition and simplicity reign supreme in the villages of the region. The buildings fit together harmoniously and the villagers can still be found in the same cafés they have always frequented. There are no legions of tourists, and no nightclubs. What you can find is the authenticity and easy living of Portugal.



The Climate 



The climate in Comporta is generally temperate. The Atlantic influence brings mildness in this region. Summers are hot and dry and the temperature is rather mild in winter for Europe. It is therefore possible to go to Comporta all year round.

The average temperature reaches 89°F in August and drops to 57°F in January. The water temperature is between 60°F and 70°F.

The months of April, May, June, September and October are particularly pleasant because the climate is warm and the region is less frequented by tourists.






Thanks to its exceptional natural surroundings, Comporta is the new trendy spot for holidays in Europe. The activities on site will satisfy all desires: surfing, horse riding, golf and yoga for the sporty ones, bird and dolphin watching in the Sado nature reserve or a visit to the Roman ruins and the rice museum for the more curious.




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