Set beneath the Troia Peninsula exists a hidden, white sandy coast on the Atlantic Ocean, an almost unknown region of raw beauty, a mere hour’s drive from the cosmopolitan city of Lisbon. 60 Kms of perfect beachfront surrounded by dunes and verdant rice fields, the region of Comporta is a well kept secret and has maintained a bleached-wood, straw roofed, barefoot feel. The future Hamptons of southern Europe.
With a wide variety of activities waiting for you; from the best restaurants in the region to long walks or horse-back rides on the golden sands of the most beautiful Portuguese coast to the private parties, where casual is the rule, to drawn-out lunches with family and friends, and of course, the never-ending days on the beach which will simply make you forget time.
Inspired by the architectural language of the traditional Comporta villages, the ups and downs of the land have been integrated to ensure the most benefits for each one of the land plots.Design, architecture and quality of construction in perfect harmony with the tradition lived in Comporta, where privacy and open views are of crucial importance.
The selected finishes, such as wood, masonry and straw, white wash and flattered concrete, convey some of the typical textures of the region’s construction. The architectural projects will be developed by renowned architects in accordance with a number of pre-established guidelines which respect the local flora while at the same time highlight the unmatched beauty of the surrounding scenery.
Not only is Lisbon Portugal’s largest and most wealthy city, but it also has the unique distinction of being Europe’s furthest western capital city. With a population of over 2.8 million in Lisbon and the surrounding area, it certainly qualifies as a large city on any scale.
Unlike some of the other cities in Portugal, it is not tourism that drives Lisbon’s economy. Lisbon is a global forerunner in the technology sector as well as a strong leader in mass multimedia, and is also Portugal’s financial district. With all of these healthy industries it is no wonder that Lisbon produces more than 45% of the Gross Domestic Product for all of Portugal. In addition, the per capita GDP is higher in Lisbon than compared to the average per capita GDP for the rest of Europe. These economic factors make Lisbon a very attractive place to live and purchase property.
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