Brejos da Caregueira is located just off the N261 between the villages of Comporta and Carvalhal.
Brejos is one of the most sought after locations in Comporta to buy a home and is surrounded by rice fields, pine forest and is a 20 minute walk to the beach.
O Gervasio – One of the oldest establishments in Comporta, where many of the children of the local and international gentry frequent throughout the summer months.
Gloria – An established restaurant and bar which caters to both the locals and tourists alike.
Much of the land in Brejos was once occupied by the local residents who took advantage of the Portuguese revolution in 1974 with many building their private homes within this estate. Although, over the last 20 years or so, many of these homes have returned to their legal owners who then for the most part have rebuilt the typical Comporta holiday home.
The Portuguese are the main residents here with the French and Belgians having a reasonable presence. Owners also include Spanish, German and British nationals.
Brejos da Carregueira de Baixo also has a private beach which can be reached by traversing the rice fields and pine forest prior to arriving at the coast, although you will need a private pass to get through the barriers if you are travelling by car.
If it is your intention to reside within a magical and privileged are of Portugal, we suggest that you include Brejos da Carregueira within your search.
When looking for holiday accommodation in Comporta, due to the short supply, we recommend you book your early.