Explore the beaches of Comporta

 

 

 

Pego Beach

It has the same beach, the same sea and the same beach style as neighboring Carvalhal and Comporta. The calm sea and the quality of the water make Praia do Pego one of the most chosen for bathing.
On this beach you will find the famous Sal restaurant, the most elitist in the region and which was voted the best beach bar in the world by Traveler magazine.

How to get there
: The directions are the same as for Praia do Carvalhal, but at the roundabout, you should take the second exit, straight ahead until the car park.

Carvalhal Beach

It has a serene sea, with turquoise blue water, and an extensive beach protected by white sand dunes. On this beach, you can find Dinis, a less pretentious restaurant which is the ideal place for those looking for a meal of fresh fish and seafood at less inflated prices. The novelty of this beach is the opening of the new beach bar by the owners of the Sublime Comporta Eco-Resort

How to get there
: After the Comporta, take the EN261 and turn onto Carvalhal, following the directions that indicate beaches. At the second roundabout, take the first exit.

Pego Beach

It has the same beach, the same sea and the same beach style as neighboring Carvalhal and Comporta. The calm sea and the quality of the water make Praia do Pego one of the most chosen for bathing.
On this beach you will find the famous Sal restaurant, the most elitist in the region and which was voted the best beach bar in the world by Traveler magazine.

How to get there
: The directions are the same as for Praia do Carvalhal, but at the roundabout, you should take the second exit, straight ahead until the car park.

Carvalhal Beach

It has a serene sea, with turquoise blue water, and an extensive beach protected by white sand dunes. On this beach, you can find Dinis, a less pretentious restaurant which is the ideal place for those looking for a meal of fresh fish and seafood at less inflated prices. The novelty of this beach is the opening of the new beach bar by the owners of the Sublime Comporta Eco-Resort

How to get there
: After the Comporta, take the EN261 and turn onto Carvalhal, following the directions that indicate beaches. At the second roundabout, take the first exit.

Comporta Beach

Formed by an extensive white sand beach, it is protected by small, wild dunes, bathed by turquoise water.
The location has its own parking, wooden walkways, thatched umbrellas, sun loungers, a sea of ​​crystal clear and accessible waters and the trendy and always very busy Comporta Café.

How to get there: At the exit of Comporta village there is a set of arrows indicating the direction of the beach.

Comporta Beach

Formed by an extensive white sand beach, it is protected by small, wild dunes, bathed by turquoise water.
The location has its own parking, wooden walkways, thatched umbrellas, sun loungers, a sea of ​​crystal clear and accessible waters and the trendy and always very busy Comporta Café.

How to get there: At the exit of Comporta village there is a set of arrows indicating the direction of the beach.

Torre Beach

The road that goes from the Comporta towards the south, in the direction of Grândola, passes through a town called Torre, where the Horses in the Sand are also located. If you have a jeep or an off-road car, head towards the sea, pass the rice fields, climb the dunes on foot and you will discover a desert paradise just for you at any time of the year

How to get there: After parking the car in Torre, between Comporta and Brejos da Carregueira, on the N261, walk through the rice fields towards the dunes, cross it and you will reach the sea.

Pinheirinho Beach

This is a good suggestion for naturists looking for deserted beaches and for those who like to spend the day listening only to the noise of the waves hitting the sand.

How to get there : On Estrada Nacional 261, in the direction of the Comporta and towards Melides, take a tarmac road on the right, 9 km after the intersection towards Santiago do Cacém / Melides. Continue going straight, you will enter a property and continue until the road becomes dirt. When you see sand, it is best to stop. Walk towards the sea for about 5 to 10 minutes and go down the dune to the sand.

Torre Beach

The road that goes from the Comporta towards the south, in the direction of Grândola, passes through a town called Torre, where the Horses in the Sand are also located. If you have a jeep or an off-road car, head towards the sea, pass the rice fields, climb the dunes on foot and you will discover a desert paradise just for you at any time of the year

How to get there: After parking the car in Torre, between Comporta and Brejos da Carregueira, on the N261, walk through the rice fields towards the dunes, cross it and you will reach the sea.

Pinheirinho Beach

This is a good suggestion for naturists looking for deserted beaches and for those who like to spend the day listening only to the noise of the waves hitting the sand.

How to get there : On Estrada Nacional 261, in the direction of the Comporta and towards Melides, take a tarmac road on the right, 9 km after the intersection towards Santiago do Cacém / Melides. Continue going straight, you will enter a property and continue until the road becomes dirt. When you see sand, it is best to stop. Walk towards the sea for about 5 to 10 minutes and go down the dune to the sand.

Alberta Nova Beach

It is the image of nature in its pure state. Despite having an awning area, there are very few people and all you need to do is go just a few meters away to feel alone in an extensive and beautiful beach.
The sea on this beach is more rough. There is a base point, Bar dos Tigres, whose octopus salad is famous. The sunsetting over the sea is an unforgettable spectacle.

How to get there: On National Highway 261, in the direction of the Comporta and towards Melides, turn right as soon as you reach the intersection with the restaurant Tia Rosa. Then left, following the arrow towards the beach.

Alberta Nova Beach

It is the image of nature in its pure state. Despite having an awning area, there are very few people and all you need to do is go just a few meters away to feel alone in an extensive and beautiful beach.
The sea on this beach is more rough. There is a base point, Bar dos Tigres, whose octopus salad is famous. The sunsetting over the sea is an unforgettable spectacle.

How to get there: On National Highway 261, in the direction of the Comporta and towards Melides, turn right as soon as you reach the intersection with the restaurant Tia Rosa. Then left, following the arrow towards the beach.

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