Comporta is located in Alentejo. More specifically, in Alcácer do Sal and about an hour from the Portuguese capital. Its wonders are already known worldwide, and even deserved the award of "obligatory destination", in the words of the famous travel magazine "Condé Nast Traveler". Between climate, beaches, ports, traditions and gastronomy, Comporta is a Portuguese pearl. A visit to this destination is indispensable if you want to see the best of Portugal.
Comporta is a region that promises those who visit it days where the diversity of options will not be exhausted as there is everything to see and do. Here, calmness, fun, tranquility and party will join hands to dance together in the promise of dreamy days.
1. A visit to Comporta
There are many things to see in Comporta. If you are passing through, you will not be able to resist seeing the largest port in Europe, the Plafítico da Carrasqueira Port, where you can enjoy the breathtaking views that create a true postcard of the region.
Also a visit to the famous Arroz Museum, which since 2011 has surprised visitors in the space where the Rice Milling Factory used to be, will be indispensable for those who want to know more about the art and history that permeates the processing of rice and its planting.