May 06, 2022 2 min read

If you're looking for an exclusive summer destination, we take you just an hour away from Lisbon, where you can escape the tourists and head to the secluded golden beaches of Comporta. Classed as 'The Hamptons' of Europe, this hot destination of 2022 has become a notable design region, home to a community of famous designers and artists.

The hidden gem is an unspoilt part of Portugal, with excellent restaurants and relaxed beach clubs which attracts an in-the-know international crowd. With a mellow, low-key beachy vibe, Comporta style your relaxed ‘hippie chic’. 

Here’s our guide on where to stay, and the places to eat during your time there...



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Quinta da Comporta

Quinta da Comporta is a five-star boutique hotel idyllically located in the heart of Comporta’s nature reserve, near the white sandy beach of Carvalhal. The hotel boosts a 40 meter-long solar heated infinity pool with the most chilled vibes and magnificent views over the rice fields. 

With a renowned farm-to-table restaurant, Mar d'Arrozal showcases chef João Sousa’s passion for tasty seasonal dishes with locally sourced ingredients.

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The food in Comporta is seriously good, with much of the produce being sourced from local organic farmers and fishers.


For a meal at the beach in style, you have Sublime Comporta Beach Club in Carvalhal Beach. With parasols and sun loungers, Sublime boosts one of the best beach clubs in the area and serves a seafood feast with giant prawns, oysters and seafood platters. A fantastic experience for those in the mood to splurge on farm and fisherman-to-table dining. 


Sublime Comporta Beach Club



Only an hours drive from Lisbon, the seasonal destination is located on the edge of a pine tree forest, with bright green rice fields on your horizon, ending with infinite dunes. 

Exploring this paradise on horseback is hands down one of our top things to do in Comporta. Ride along the beach of Comporta taking you along the rice paddies, through the pine forest and along the vast stretch of beaches.

Being a great place to surf and SUP, enjoy a surf lesson at Carvalhal Beach. They also do interesting SUP tours, through Carvalhal’s dreamy rice fields.

Being a destination suitable with or without children, it has something for everyone. From pilates classes, surfing lessons, bike trips, horse riding and dolphin watching at Sado estuary, you can really indulge in some escapism.