Three perfectly designed thatched-roof beach huts on a coastal sanctuary

Three perfectly designed thatched-roof beach huts on a coastal sanctuary


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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
4 Bathrooms

About our home

A century ago, the Portuguese coastal town of Comporta, about an hour south of Lisbon, was a quiet fishing village where miles of sandy beaches were framed by acres of pine forests and the dunes of the nearby natural reserve of the Sado estuary. Fishermen’s huts were scattered along the shore—simple structures consisting of thatched roofs, sand floors, and not much else.
In 2005, the Barreto family transformed and thoroughly modernized three of these huts into a stylish weekend family getaway.

Services/ Facilities: Luxury Accommodation
All linen and utilities
Daily Cleaning
iPod docking  station
Flat screen TV
Home Cinema
Pool (Heated)
Playground and Tree House
Fire pit


More about us

  1. We are a couple with two girls 11, and 9 and two pugs

  2. This is our retreat family home it is a very special place for us four.

  3. I love interior design and travel and our home is a mirror of our journeys

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Sal, Comporta Café, Museu do Arroz
Cool bars
Gervásio, Central Café
Cozy cafés
Central Café
Retail therapy
Lavanda, Cote Sud, Inxala
Bit of culture
Roman Ruines site
Walks in the park
Through deserted beaches or rice padfields
Spot of exercise
Biking, horse riding; surfing, kitesurfing
Day tripping
Troia Dolphin watching, Lisbon, Alcaçer do Sal, Evora

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