Casa nas Dunas
Architecturally inspired by traditional fishermen's houses,
the refined decoration of Casa nas Dunas is in harmony with nature, perfectly combining authenticity with discreet luxury.
On the dunes, facing the rice fields just behind the ocean. We hear the rolling waves. Swarms of storks watch over this paradise.
The property consists of 3 houses.
The Master House has a master suite with king size bed, large dressing room, bathroom with shower and bath, separate toilet.
A very large living room with fireplace including kitchen with island central and bar area, living room with game table, small library area, dining room, large terrace, garden and barbecue.
See the article “Une cabane so chic à Comporta”, published on April 3, 2019 in Elle Décoration (in french).
The Guest House 1 has two bedrooms (beds 160 x 200), desk, dressing room, shower room with separate toilet, large terrace.
The Guest House 2 has two bedrooms (beds 160 x 200), bench, dressing room, bathroom with bath and toilet, kitchenette.
Independent terrace for each guest house.
A pretty bamboo construction with bench and barbecues table.
Facilities and services
Casa nas Dunas is equipped with WIFI, sound system, laundry room, air conditioning, underfloor heating in the bathrooms, mosquito nets integrated into the rooms, high chair and cot. The kitchen has a La Cornue gas stove with built-in oven, microwave, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, dishwasher, American fridge with ice maker and utensils to cook. . The garden has a large terrace with barbecue, a secure pool with large sunbeds and an outdoor shower. A garage and parking spaces are also available.
3h/d of household
Monday to Saturday
Sheets and towels
Bordering the Atlantic just over an hour south of Lisbon, Comporta means “a door that holds water”. This peaceful village set on a strip of white sand, its beaches as far as the eye can see and its deep blue sea.
Its nature reserve status protects it and has preserved its wild side.
In the heart of the beautiful region of Alentejo, which means “Beyond the Taje”.
It is the largest region of Portugal, it covers one third of the country, it is the least densely populated region. With its wine estates, gastronomy and heritage that mix Roman, Moorish and medieval influences.
The small fishing harbor Porto Palafitico in Carrasqueira, unique in Europe, has existed for more than two hundred years and has a curious resemblance to Vietnam.
The Roman ruins of Troia: the remains of a fish salting complex, built in the first century AD and occupied until the fourth century.
The company Vertigem Azul: boat rental, catamaran.
SadoArrabida holds sightings of a colony of dolphins (the same species as Flipper) who resides in the estuary of Sado.
At Jose Ribeira’s (www.cavalosnaareaia.com) we start the horseback ride in the rice fields then we advance to the dunes assault and we goes down to the sea where we gallop along the stupendous coast. You can also rent kayak or bike.
Comporta Yoga Shala: yoga and meditation in the wilderness in the face of magical rice fields (email@example.com / +351 913 257 610).
Surf in Comporta: lessons and surf rental 10 minutes walk from the house, beach Carvalhal.
Lunch on the sand
O’Dinis family restaurant: best grilled fish.
Sal, a must-see restaurant: sublime views, tapas, grilled fish, beautiful beach parties during the summer.
Comporta Café: lunch feet in the sand and sublime sunset.
The Cavalariça, located in old stables, offers tables in boxes with a Brazilian chef in the kitchen.
Gomes Casa de vinhos & petiscos, typical, same owner as the famous grocery store in Comporta.
Sem Porta, Com Brasa and Food Circle, restaurants of the Sublime hotel.
Museu do Arroz, classic of Comporta.
Sal Burger: best burgers.
Colmo Bar: natural juices during the day and cocktails in the evening.
5 sentidos: natural juices, breakfast.
Casa nas Dunas can accommodate up to 10 people: 2 in the Master House and 4 in each Guest House.
The minimum stay is 7 nights in high season and 3 nights in low season. Price upon request.
Interested in Casa nas Dunas? Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.