Located just over an hour south of Lisbon, the former Herdade da Comporta, an agricultural estate dating back to 1836, has grown. It has become one of Europe's most desirable destinations. Comporta attracts visitors with its endless stretches of golden sand bordered by the sapphire-blue Atlantic, its contemporary architecture that respects the natural elements and its discreet restaurants serving incredible cuisine. Hidden behind protected dunes amidst pine forests, Comporta caters to a discreet international and local jet set, who enjoy activities such as sailing, horse riding, bird watching and of course surfing. Comporta is Portugal's most fashionable destination, and today offers the very best of everything.
The history of the region of Comporta is connected to a gigantic agricultural estate, the Herdade da Comporta, originating in 1836. In 1991, the Herdade da Comporta was reestablished to develop its properties into an exclusive summer destination, geared towards ultra-high-net-worth individuals.