Situated at 1h from Lisbon, the wild land of Comporta welcomes you in a truly peaceful heaven that will make you let go. Quasi-wild beaches, natural dunes and preserved flora will disaster your senses to promise you sweetness. Nearby the little fisherman village of Comporta, calm and serenity will be the key words to qualify this hippie-chic destination.
Key destination, Portugal attracts for these last years numerous tourists, expatriates or retired people thanks to an advantageous tax system.
The country is situated on a wonderful coastal band lined with beaches and with cliffs illuminated permanently by the sun.
The climate is soft and brightened up all year long. Portugal has an extremely rich cultural and historic heritage and it is particularly known for its extraordinary gastronomy.
2nd elected representative more beautiful city of Europe, most westerly capital of Europe, Lisbon is most big city of Portugal, and populated with more than lisboètes 800 000.
The city holds a cultural heritage mixed between tradition and modernity. Of the tower Vasco da Gama in the famous tower of Belém, Lisbon transcends ages with a quite particular harmony.
With its 6 million tourists every year, Lisbon clears an atmosphere pleasant and convenient to strolls and so offers a really idyllic experience to the people coming to visit it.
Comporta – Carvalhal :
Situated at 1 am of Lisbon, Comporta-Carvalhal was elected destination to be visited in 2017 according to the New York Times. This wild earth is considered the mark of the intelligentsia Lisboète.
With its long white sand beaches, its fauna and its flora protected, this haven of peace is rocked by the peace and the ambient serenity.
It is easy to let go within this fishermen’s small village in the paradisiac decoration which offers peace and tranquillity to his visitors.
Airport of Humberto Delgado in Lisbonne :
92 regular flight schedules whose 61 from Europe (TAP, Air France, Easyjet, KLM, Lufthansa, Emirates…)
In car from the airport :
Take the Santos E Castro avenue and take the exit IP7 / Eixo Norte Sul. Take IC17 in the direction of Cril / A1-Norte / A12-Sul continue on IP1 and take the exit « Alcàcer Do Sal » then IC1 « Alcàcer Do Sal Algarve », take the N253 / R253 and then the N261 / R261, arrival to Carvalhal
Les paramètres des cookies sur ce site sont définis sur « accepter les cookies » pour vous offrir la meilleure expérience de navigation possible. Si vous continuez à utiliser ce site sans changer vos paramètres de cookies ou si vous cliquez sur "Accepter" ci-dessous, vous consentez à cela.