Explore the stores on Comporta
After two decades of history in Cascais, this interior decoration brand took its relaxed style to Comporta and opened doors in a typical building in the region, white and with a thatched roof. Take a look at the “beach style” furniture, from design brands such as Gervasoni, Dedon, Tribu and Manutti.
A visit to Fio d’Água allows you to be aware of the latest swimwear trends. In this store you will find Lenny and Salinas bikinis for her, Portuguese DCK swimsuits for him, Havaianas to stick your toes in and Futahs to stretch out on the sand.
The proposal is to go to Coral to get to know the brand new Perfumes by Comporta, the modern paintings by Bárbara Gil, or to buy a ceramic fish to hang on the wall.
Comporta has its own style, which manages to combine rustic and chic in an elegant combination. And Rice, by Marta Mantero, who in the early summer of 2016 exchanged the building of the Rice Museum for a space right in the center of the village, perfectly reflects this elegant and relaxed genre which serves both for the home (on vacation or not) and the closet. Here, everything in sight is for sale: from bathing suits, to tunics and rings, to furniture, lamps and candles.
In addition to the concept store, at the Embassy in Príncipe Real in Lisbon, HLC opened a new pop up store in Comporta. Helena Lopes Cardoso’s jewelry will have all available collections, including the most recent, Dune, launched in July.
One of the starting points at Comporta can be Lavender, with tunics, baskets, hats, espadrilles and swimsuits, for women, men and children, and even some things for the home. Here, brands like Christophe Sauvat, Maison Scotch or Odd Molly are paraded and there is the certainty that you will always find that pillow with a palm print or that accessory that will make all the difference on the beach.
Casa da Cultura
An old rice barn has been transformed into a concept store with a lot of glamor: the artist Joana Astolfi installed several replicas of Carrasqueira’s stilt harbor in the building, in the middle of which dozens of Portuguese brands sell their products in the summer. Rua do Secador opened with brands such as Latitid, Açaí with Granola, Our Sins, Bayan Beach and Companhia das Cestas.
Traces of Me
It has changed its name, but it remains one of the most beautiful shops in the village, with giant silk lamps hanging from the ceiling, intricate chandeliers with tree trunks, pallets transformed into sofas filled with comfortable pillows, solid wooden tables with crockery of all colors and a smell of India in the sophisticated yet relaxed clothes that Teresa Martins designs.