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Tourism Guide: Where to Stay in Comporta Comporta is a tiny village on Portugal’s peninsula. It surely has a distinctive location: to the north, Comporta is bordered by the river Sado estuary; to the east, by forest; and to the west, by the Atlantic. Comporta is unlike any other place. It is nothing like places you have been to before. The name Comporta, approximately translated, denotes a gate that holds back water or a lock. This makes sense when you see how many canals there are. In fact, this is rice-paddy land. The sleepy fishing villages of Comporta are popularly preferred by the stylish European crowd when they want to relax. Now that new hotels and rental villas are emerging within the dunes, this small and quiet coastal retreat has become more welcoming to visitors, without missing its under-the-radar cool. The summer village feeling, the quiet blue and white Alentejo houses, and the good restaurants with reasonable prices, make Comporta the perfect vacation destination for many. Below are some of the best location to stay at when you are in Comporta. Stay at Casas de Comporta
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This is a gated resort of typical townhouses, most of which is owned and used by locals. This provides the place with a family friendly vibe. The units are impeccable – furniture and appliances are in perfect condition and stocked with everything you will need but the consumables. The village has everything you will ever require, with enough restaurants within walking distance to try a new one on each meal of the day.
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Go to Sublime Comporta South of Lisbon, situated among the immaculate sand dunes and rice fields of, is Sublime. It is a stylish boutique hotel full of design-savvy details, with a carefree, welcoming atmosphere. Sublime is a few minutes away from the long stretch of empty, white-sand beaches and clear blue seas. The design is minimalist with stress on white, highlighted by warm wooden artefacts. White textures and varnished cement floors are found as well in the restaurant, bar and spa. A wooden deck has a view of the pool. Stay at Casas Na Araeia Supposedly a concept project to create a weekend house, Casas Na Areia ended up as a tiny hotel of four seaside thatched-roof houses with an atypical quality: white sand rather than traditional floors. It’s an innovative idea that welcomes the landscape to become a vital component of the property. The abandonment of usual flooring (with the exception of bedrooms) signifies that the interiors are very calm, having a hand in the overall feeling of tranquility that seem to enfold the houses. Their minimal d?cor is accentuated with African art and furniture and design brands. The bungalows comprise of double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and are fully supplied with modern technological amenities, as well as a private plunge pool that guarantees refreshment on hot summer days.