Carvalhal Property | Location Guide
Carvalhal 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 traveler 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.