Comporta Real Estate
Search Fine Luxury (FLY) Property to find Comporta Real Estate. Comporta is a ‘freguesia’ (parish) and village on the Alentejo coastline. It is about an hour‘s drive to the south of Lisbon. Fast becoming the french riviera of Portugal , Comporta Villas and Comporta Portugal Real estate have been in very high demand with prices rising and prices for Land for sale contstantly rising.
Comporta is located on the Troia Peninsula, on the Sado estuary. When people talk about Comporta, most of the time they will be referring to the area around Comporta. All in all, there are seven hamlets which pretty much merge together as follows: Comporta, Pego, Carvalhal, Brejos, Torre, Possanco and Carrasqueira.
The local area is around an hour and a half drive to the capital Lisbon.
There is a 12km stretch of white sandy beaches with luxury houses and villas for sale.
If you are specifically looking to buy one of the magnificent luxury Comporta Property for sale, is the place to begin. The village is less than 1km from the beach at its farthest point. The beach sweeps to the south and north, the dunes behind the beach protecting the land from the mighty Atlantic.
The beach is a great draw in the warmer summer months, but in the winter, you will have much of the beach to yourself. Great for walks with loved ones or finding the peace that solitude brings if you prefer walking solo. The beaches are similar to those you might find in Cascais and the local area but are less crowded in the summer months.
As you might expect, the local area is much quieter than the Algarve and offers a more laidback, bohemian lifestyle. It has what some have called a ‘hip’ atmosphere and has tempted many a celebrity for its more low-key scene. It is fast developing a reputation for being Portugal’s most ‘chic’ resort yet still stays unspoiled. Some have likened Comporta to resembling Ibiza before the crowds descended and clouded the reasons for coming in the first place.
Have a look at the land for sale listings we have for sale in this area including Troia and Setubal. You’ll also find that property in Comporta is much cheaper to buy than a comparable property in the Algarve.
Are you considering moving to Portugal as a permanent resident or are you looking to invest in property in Portugal to rent out and earn income? Whatever your reason for searching out property for sale Comporta will not disappoint you. Villas in Comporta vary in price from as little as €300,000 and represent great value for money.
The entire area is a protected nature reserve.
It is for these two reasons that the pristine nature of the local area has been preserved, and as such remains a big draw as property and planning is strictly and tightly controlled.
It differs from anywhere you have been in the past. The name Comporta – indicates a gate that keeps back water, a lock. Which makes sense when you see the number of canals there are. This is rice-paddy land. Great, stripey fields of rice, the greatest in Portugal, stretch all the way down the coast, protected from the stiff Atlantic breezes by dune.
In the heat of summertime, when the rest of the country (bar the Algarve golf courses) is dusty and dry, this location still thrums with life. Rice farmers have remained in Comporta considering that the start of time, as have the anglers and salt makers. They have actually formed the appearance of the landscape in this part of Portugal, dotted with cork oaks, covered with radiant red poppies and yellow carpets of wildflowers, and saved the distinct architecture – little, low-built, thatched cabanas, hooped with firmly loaded grasses from the riverbanks and beams of wood from the pine forests.
In high summertime, makeshift stalls pepper the side of the roadway, stacked with watermelons, artichokes, tomatoes that taste of sunlight. Knobbly lemons the size of grapefruit hang heavy from the trees. The ground pours forth flowers and veggies and fruit. It’s hard to think about anywhere else so fertile, so plentiful.
If you are searching for a little piece of Portugal which remains unspoiled, with no major development, no high-rise hotels or main highways running through the middle, Comporta is the place for you. The local area around Comporta is mainly set aside for agriculture and is a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
For more information about buying in to the laidback Comporta lifestyle and bagging yourself a piece of real estate to die for, contact the team at Fine Luxury Property. Don’t wait till tomorrow – contact us today.
Luxury Villas and Apartments For Sale in Carvalhal
It is one of the 7 towns that comprise Herdade da Comporta. It remains in the Alentejo region, 10 minutes south of Comporta by car. It is surrounded by remarkable rice paddies that change the colours of the landscape according to the seasons – a terrific sight! The weather is moderate year round.
It is a perfect place for a holiday in Portugal or to take up permanent residence.
This little town has the advantage of lying next to the Sado nature reserve and the lovely sandy beaches of Carvalhal and Pego. They are renowned for their wild beauty and well-known beach restaurants, such as the Sal Restaurante or O’Dinis.
There is a growing appeal for Comporta and its region.
The village of Carvalhal in Portugal has a long main street with one of the most gorgeous hotels of the region, along with antique and home decor stores and a variety of normal cafes and dining establishments. The homes of the regional homeowners and traveller lodging are centred around this street and spread as far as the beaches and the flamboyant rice paddies.
Influenced by the cabins of anglers, these “casas da Comporta” are built of weathered wood with thatched roofings. They are scattered throughout the countryside, near the rice paddies. These casas are among the highlights of your stay in Portugal. Alma da Comporta offers leasings of traditional Comporta cabins and vacation homes. It is well worth exploring the area and checking out the luxurious listings we have for this wonderful region of Portugal.
Luxury Apartments and Villas For Sale in Melides.
Search Fine Luxury (FLY) Property to find real estate for sale in Melides. The growing appeal of Comporta is spreading to the other towns and villages around the Herdade da Comporta.
This holds true with Melides, a lovely haven located a little more south, 20 minutes’ drive away. Here you will find a quaint whitewashed town, blue-painted houses, a covered market in the heart of the centre and, to the west, a beautiful lagoon and the same long, unspoiled beaches as in Comporta.
It lies on the Alentejo coast 130 km south of Lisbon. Melides in Portugal has become significantly well understood over the last few years thanks to tourism advancement in the area, and to its lots of assets: serenity, pristine nature, village charm, and its many activities. Recently several vacation homes and architect-designed houses have appeared along its lagoon, however Melides stays a place often visited mainly by locals, unspoilt by mass tourism.
The town of Melides in Portugal is not huge, but it is especially lovely. The atmosphere is peaceful, friendly and extremely pleasant. A standard whitewashed church and a covered market give added charm. Farmers and fishermen sell fresh fish and fruit and veggies from their farms. Strolling through the alleys of the town’s ancient centre, you can see 18th- and 19th-century homes with woodwork and wrought-iron verandas of the period.
Its excellent columns, walls and buttresses are still plainly noticeable. The unique feature of Melides in Portugal is the large lagoon that cuts throughout the land and streams down to the beach. This body of water flows through the pine forest, rice paddies and meadows of Melides. It therefore produces an abundant natural area for the flora and fauna it shelters.
Is property cheap in Portugal?
Property prices in Portugal vary from region to region but, in the main, property prices are lower in Portugal when compared to comparable locations in Europe. Coastal property on the west coast of Portugal in particular is attractively priced.
Where is the best place to live in Portugal?
If you’re looking to buy a property which is in a desirable location but where the prices are not astronomical, the west coast is very attractive. Prices compare very favourably against similar property in the Algarve.