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Comporta is a freguesia and village in the municipality of Alcácer, in the old district of Setúbal, in continental Portugal, located at the base of Tróia Peninsula, along the Sado estuary. The population in 2011 was 1,268, in an area of 150.54 km². It is part of, and the namesake of, the larger Comporta Coast region. Wikipedia
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From Lisbon: Horse riding experience & Setúbal city tour
Go deeper into Portuguese food culture visiting the charming village of Setúbal, considered the most important center of Portugal's fishing industry. Head towards Comporta on a vibrant ferry ride. The best way to admire the beauty of the Troia's coast ( it is the longest in Europe, and the 7th longest in the world with 65 km of uninterrupted sand ). It is also very common to see dolphins on the way. Awe at the breathtaking views from the Troia Peninsula while living an amazing experience and learning the basics of horse riding. Have fun and feel unique in your experience in a Premium Small Group Tour.
Private Transfer To or From Comporta
Book a private transfer from Lisbon to your choice of location in Comporta and travel with a professional driver, who will ensure punctuality and safety. You’ll be picked up at your hotel in Lisbon or at the airport, and ride in comfort to your destination.
Comporta, Private Tour, Full Day
Experience nature connectedness and support the local community on this unforgettable private tour. Be seduced by the nature and serenity of Comporta in Portugal. This unspoilt region boasts endless beaches, wild sand dunes, scattered cork trees and rice fields. Work in traditional ways still flourishes here with local rice farmers, fisherman and salt makers. Highlights include Herdade da Comporta; a vast estate where you will enjoy two specialised guided tours: one of the winery, with a wine tasting session. Enjoy lunch at Praia da Comporta and admire 18km of empty, wild beach with calm waters and golden sands. The villages of Comporta, just like many others in Alentejo, have lost none of their authenticity or their custom. End your day at Alcacar do Sal. Positioned on a gentle slope leading up from the river bank, this beautiful village traces its history back to the Neolithic period. On your way you will pass many churches, including the Church of Santa Maria do Castelo.
Floodgate / Horseback riding on the beach
Comporta is an internationally famous place and appreciated for its wonderful beaches. You will take the ferry from Setúbal to Comporta on the Troia Peninsula. You will take a tour of the village, visit the Rice Museum and sample the typical delicacies of the region for lunch at one of the magnificent beach restaurants. After lunch, there is still time for a stroll on Carrasqueira's stilts pier and absorb a little of the history and habits of this region. You will then travel to the arena and after receiving safety instructions, take a walk around the 14,000 hectares of a private nature reserve known as Herdade da Comporta for approximately 2 hours. Admire the breathtaking views, pristine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Comporta Tour. Beach day
On the way to the beach, discover the riverside village of Carrasqueira and visit the Palafitico Wharf, a masterpiece of Portuguese popular architecture. Discover the picturesque village of Comporta and its incredible beach. The golden sand paradise of the Tróia Peninsula, the longest beach in Europe. Dive into the crystal clear waters and hopefully spot the dolphins! Relax and enjoy the surroundings of the Sado Estuary Natural Reserve. An unforgettable beach day.
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