Comporta Village is located at the base of the Troia peninsula in the municipality of Alcacer do Sal in the district of Setubal which is found within one of the most privileged regions of the country outside of the capital, the Alentejo Coast Region.

Although incorrect, many people also refer to Comporta as being in the municipality of Grandola which is also in the district of Setubal.

Comporta Village

Comporta, Portugal is an idyllic traditional Portuguese village and parish that time may have passed by and was once a typical hub of agricultural activity with workers brought in from all over Portugal to work her lands throughout the seeding and harvesting seasons.

Comporta can trace her history to Neolithic man with the area also being a strategic outpost for the Roman Empire. In fact just up the coast along the Troia peninsula, ruins can still be seen to this day which highlights the importance that the Romans gave to both fishing and salting within this vicinity.

Nowadays, the area is still a hive of agricultural production with her best crops now being those of both rice and her superb vines.

In fact under the influence of the largest land owner in the area the Herdade da Comporta produce some fine wines which include red, white and rose.

The village occupies an amazing position at the side of the Sado Estuary and is only a five minute walk from the famous Praia da Comporta Beach which takes her name.

Many of the local beaches have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag Award year after year.

Comporta Casas

The parish is home to around 1500 inhabitants which includes Brejos da Carregueira, Cambada, Carrasqueira, Comporta, Figueiral, Moitinha, Murta, Possanco, Torre, and Torroal.

Comporta has always been a centre of attraction for the wealthier Portuguese families who have spent many a vacation here with many purchasing one of their vacation properties in Comporta

Due to this glorious and privileged location many foreign nationals have also purchased property here with many of them choosing some of the spectacular larger Quinta type properties.

Comporta Sunset

There are a variety of activities to pursue including horse riding, fishing, hunting, sailing, diving, cycling, golf, birding and many others with each season offering something new.

Within the village itself you’ll find a number of inexpensive restaurants that are open throughout the year and local boutiques where you will be able to purchase everything you require for your stay here.

The two golf courses which are planned for the near future are Comporta Dunes and Comporta Links.

Both courses will offer the novice or experienced golfer a memorable time, on superb courses, close to the beach and with all of the normal facilities on offer at the prestigious clubs.

Campos do Arroz Comporta

If you wish to enjoy a romantic sunset dinner on the beach then may we suggest Comporta Cafe Restaurante, where you’ll be delighted with an array of aromatic shell and seafood dishes and should you have a sweetened tooth, then desserts that are to die for.

One of best the restaurants in the area is the Dona Bia where you are guaranteed some of the finest fish that you will have ever eaten and to boot at a reasonable price when compared with many of the restaurants that are located within the typical tourist destinations such as, the Algarve.

 

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