Finding the Perfect Beach Villa, Comporta–Style

It’s not too early to start thinking about your next Comporta holidays and book your favorite house from our collection of Comporta beach villas. This wild-but-chic corner of Portugal is an ideal destination for a holiday in the sun.
Finding the Perfect Beach Villa, Comporta–Style
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Comporta’s recent popularity means that the best accommodations in this exclusive region of Portugal tend to book up early. Now is the time to start exploring our collection of rental Comporta villas and booking your favorite.

Only about 90 minutes south of Lisbon by car, holidays in Comporta are an ideal combination of wild beaches, emerald green rice fields, and cork forests; of sophisticated beach clubs, no-frills fishermen’s bars, and gourmet restaurants. It’s one of our favorite destinations, thanks to its pine forests, sand dunes, and design villas – not to mention the seemingly endless white sandy beaches in a protected natural reserve.

Explore our most special Comporta villas near the beach – many of them exclusive to Le Collectionist – below.

Casa Duna, Carvalhal


An enormous open-air living area beneath a slatted canopy is just one of the many inviting features of Casa Duna. Everything is sunny, breezy, and dreamy, with a soothing color palette of blue and white, and lots of woven-straw accent pieces.

The design villa features a pool pavilion that’s haute take on the traditional Comporta Cabana architectural style, with some exterior walls made of weathered wood and a thatched roof. It has ample covered and uncovered outdoor seating, a bar, and a dining table.

The main area of this luxury holiday home is expansive and airy, with the central living area and each of the six large bedrooms under vaulted, whitewashed ceilings. The look is casual seaside chic, with no fuss whatsoever.

 Although there are no beachfront villas in Comporta, Casa Duna comes close to living up to its name. It’s within walking distance from a nature reserve and a private entrance to a public beach. Or you can stay on the property and enjoy the heated swimming pool and hammocks beneath the cork trees.

Villa Sable, Carvalhal


Tucked away in the middle of the Comporta Nature Reserve, Villa Sable is just steps away from the beach. It feels pleasantly far away from everything, between the soothing waves of the Atlantic and the graceful cork trees and umbrella pines of the countryside, making it the perfect place for enjoying a holiday in the open seaside air.

Villa Sable is a perfect blend of natural textures and maritime spirit. From the outside, it looks like a typical house in Portugal’s agricultural Alentejo region, with its gleaming whitewashed walls and dashes of bright-blue trim, a thatched roof up on top.

Most of the living space is outdoors, with large covered terraces, dining areas, lounge chairs and daybeds in the shade and in the sun and around the long swimming pool. Inside, the look is simple, with a white-on-white decor and an elegant floating staircase rising up behind the living room sofas. The three bedrooms have private bathrooms and ample sunlight.

Casa Citronella, Comporta


Casa Citronella could be a surfers’ hangout – if your surfer friends had excellent taste and a penchant for fine materials and finishes. The bohemian decoration is punctuated by seashells and travel momentos. There are chandeliers made of antlers, lamps based on African statues, and brightly patterned ceramics adorning the walls.

It’s walking distance from the beach, so of course you’ll be spending your days beside the ocean. Afterward, relax on the striped cushions of the wrap-around, built-in couches in the living room, or around the crackling sparks and warm glow of the outdoor fire pit.

Casa Citronella has four bedrooms with private bathrooms, colorful textiles, and playful artworks (“I just wish my mouth had a backspace key,” reads one). Some of the rooms have twin or bunk beds for kids, while others have larger beds and are meant for couples.

Villa Majoris, Carvalhal


Villa Majoris combines the best of all worlds. It’s surrounded by rugged nature, and it’s within walking distance of Praia do Carvalhal, but it’s also within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and other services in town.

Villa Majoris occupies several bungalow-style buildings – some with the famous Comporta Cabana thatched walls – around a sun-drenched swimming pool. The look is simple and unfussy, with natural wood and white fabrics, wicker lampshades and soft woven blankets in quiet, neutral tones.

The main building includes the living room and ample, gourmet kitchen, with a shaded outdoor dining area in between these two spaces. The three bedrooms are in separate bungalows, with huge windows overlooking the natural landscape, big bathrooms with tile floors, and cozy woven blankets on the beds.

Quinta Branca, Comporta


Quinta Branca – White Estate – is surrounded by an immense garden of olives trees and umbrella pines, just a short walk away from the beach. Its white façade extends into a wooden lattice terrace that is arranged as a real outdoor lounge, a place to savor all the pleasures of open-air living.

Interior designer Vera Iachia took the layout of a traditional fisherman’s house and luxur-ified it with a minimalist aesthetic and top-quality materials. It’s a quiet sanctuary of waxed stone floors, whitewashed wooden ceilings, white walls and furniture defined by clear, contemporary lines.

In the living room, opposite the fireplace, a masonry block supports an elegant couch. And the five bedrooms are beguiling symphonies in black and white.

The surroundings, in Brejos de Carregueira, are equally appealing. Quinta Branca lies at the edge of a fishing hamlet that has held onto its traditions and its soul.

Discover all of our Comporta villa rentals here. And to learn more about what Comporta beach holidays might look like, see our article about what to expect.

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