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Designed by the famous Portuguese architect Manuel Aires Mateus, set in 7 hectares of land in the hills above the charming village of Melides offering spectacular views of the countryside and to the sea.

Voted as one of the Best Holidays in Portugal by The Times in 2016 and mentioned in Sunday Times’ Travel ‘The Villa Handbook’ in 2016.

As featured in The Sunday Times Portugal Special 2018

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A brand new house set in 7 hectares of pine, olive, lemon and orange trees and in the hills above the charming village of Melides offering spectacular views of the countryside and to the sea. The peaceful positioning gives a real sense of tranquillity, quiet and space. Comprised of a main house and bungalows.

Main House

The main house has a kitchen, large living room and dining room with very high ceilings. Master bedroom with dressings and ensuite white marble bathroom. All leading onto big patio area.


There are 3 independent bungalows each of them with bedroom and ensuite bathroom leading to patio with wonderful views to the countryside and sea.


The property enjoys a great eco-friendly pool and beautiful gardens surround the house.


Close to the Herdade de Comporta – The name of Comporta stands for a region that stretches from the Sado river to Melides (approximately 30 kms).

Staff & Dining

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Things to Do

The property is close to the capital of Lisbon, an hour away.

Comporta is a wild, totally preserved paradise of dunes, deserted beaches of golden sand, pristine blue sea and beautiful endless pine forests for guests to discover.

There are a few restaurants on the beaches, most of them are very simple (Sal on Pego beach, Dinis on Carvahal beach, Ilha do arroz and Comporta cafe on Comporta beach). For dinner, the restaurants include Dona Bia, known for its fabulous seafood, Museo do Arroz, great for after dinner drinks and music, and the recently opened Cavalarica which has inventive food based on local products.

Comporta also is a place to relax totally as all days are unhurried, its an easy relaxed existence and the focus is mainly on the beach. But one can do horse riding on the beach (Cavalos na areia), learn to surf in Carvahal beach, cycle, enjoy the rice fields on canoe, watch the dolphins in the ocean but most of all just relax and enjoy the beautiful light and scenery.

Comporta village offers a few nice shops (Loja do, Museo do arroz, Lavanda, Rice and Côté Sud)

For the more adventurous, the Alentejo region has some amazing cities to visit like Evora and Estremoz.