Villa Comporta II
Villa Comporta II is a lovely traditional villa for 7 persons located in Comporta. This property offers a great swimming pool and games room.
Guests can find nice restaurants, bars, supermarkets within 1 km of the villa.
Located in the inner part of the peninsula of Troia, in one of the most preserved natural environments in Portugal, this home has easy access to the beach at 2.5 km. The garden provides full privacy to the guests as well as space for the children to play. Its balcony with dining table and barbecue make this home unique and the perfect place for an unforgettable holiday.
Fully equipped kitchen; Dolce Gusto coffee maker
Living and dining room in open space, with access to the garden and swimming pool
1 bedroom with double bed
1 bathroom with tub
1 bedroom with 1 double bed and 1 single bed
1 bedroom with double bed
1 bathroom with walk-in shower
Game room with table-football and ping-pong table
Swimming pool: 9 m x 4 m
Garden and deck surrounding the pool area
Barbecue area and outdoor dining table
Private parking for several cars
Praia da Comporta beach: 2.5 km
Supermarket: 2 km
Restaurants: 2 km
Pharmacy: 2 km
ATM: 2 km
Golf: 10 km
Lisbon airport: 60 km
About 45 minutes away from Lisbon, Tróia is a peninsula surrounded by 3 natural parks, with the sea, long sandy beaches and mountains enhanced in perfect harmony.
Tróia is a paradise that combines panoramic views with charm. Its unique preservation of nature makes this place an exclusive holiday destination in Portugal.
The white sandy shores and the transparent sea of this place will make you feel far away from everything and close to paradise.
In balance with and respecting the environment, it’s possible to enjoy a series of activities, ranging from sports to the region’s excellent gastronomy.
In the north coastal region of Alentejo is the Tróia Peninsula, installed on a sand dune, 17 km long and 1.5 km wide. It’s 45 km from Lisbon and its casino and marina and from an 18-hole golf course on the edge of the ocean.
Archaeological investigations are in progress, so the Roman ruins are not yet fully open to the public. However, it is possible to visit the workshops of salting fish, baths, and the mausoleum that houses the “Rua da Princesa”.
At the southern edge of the peninsula is Comporta, a village of just over 1000 inhabitants, a land of vineyards and rice inserted between the plains of Alentejo and the Atlantic shores. You can visit the “Rice Museum” located in one of the old mills, see the threshing, winnowing and rice hulling and the cellars of the “Herdade Comporta”.
Continuing further south, we arrive at Grândola, a peaceful town in the Alentejo, located 40 km south of Setubal and the mouth of the river Sado, in the plains of cork oaks.
There are 45 km of white sandy beaches that stretch from Tróia to Melides