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Quinta do Acude

Portugal, Comporta

Sleeps 6
3 Bed
3 Bath
All bedrooms en­suite
Allows Children
Car Parking
Coastal
Swimming Pool (Private Outdoor)
Tennis Court

The main house was built in 1940 and served as a
hunting lodge until 1975. After a complete restoration in 2008, it
now comprises 350 m2 of living space, and comes with its own tennis
court and swimming pool. Due to its secluded location, Quinta do
Açude provides exclusive privacy and comfort in one of Europe’s
most beautiful landscapes, characterised by its unique umbrella
pines. 

15-20k /pw
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Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Quinta do Acude

Portugal, Comporta

Quinta do Acude is a stunning 50-acre private estate located in the southern tip of the Herdade da Comporta, Portugal. Only a 10 minute drive from Comporta village and some Europe's most pristine beaches. Suitable for small parties and families.

15-20k /pw
Get in touch

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Sleeps 6
3 Bed
3 Bath
All bedrooms en­suite
Allows Children
Car Parking
Coastal
Swimming Pool (Private Outdoor)
Tennis Court

Property description

The main house was built in 1940 and served as a
hunting lodge until 1975. After a complete restoration in 2008, it
now comprises 350 m2 of living space, and comes with its own tennis
court and swimming pool. Due to its secluded location, Quinta do
Açude provides exclusive privacy and comfort in one of Europe’s
most beautiful landscapes, characterised by its unique umbrella
pines. 

Portugal, Comporta

Why Annabel loves this property

Quinto do Acude is a gem, Annabel loves the setting of this chic former hunting lodge with its lake, pool, tennis court. A rarity to have so much land in this area.

Things-to-do

THINGS TO DO

Excursions / Interests

Beaches

Where the land meets the sea, 12km of crystalline, blue water blend seamlessly with the sky. An endless expanse of clean white sand invites you to take long walks along the seashore. On the other side, 624 hectares (1542 acres) of sand dunes rise up like ramparts in the landscape. This is Nature in its purest form. In Winter or Summer the beaches of Herdade da Comporta are the ultimate escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Along the coast there are 3 beaches classified as bathing beaches – Comporta beach, Pego beach and Carvalhal beach. They are all environmentally certified and have Blue Flag and Accessible Beach quality seals enabling people with reduced mobility to enjoy the pleasures of beach life.

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Restaurants

Thanks to the region’s location and its wealth of cultural influences Herdade da Comporta is also an excellent place for fine dining. You can taste the best that the land and sea have to offer at a number of high quality restaurants. For lunch spots there are a few restaurants on the nearby beaches (Comporta Café on Comporta beach, O’Dinis on Carvalhal beach, Sal on Pego beach). For dinner, restaurants such as Cavalarica, Museo do Arroz, and Dona Bia are recommended, as well as Hotel Sublime's Celeiro restaurant in Muda, a 10 minute drive away. There are supermarkets in Comporta, Carvalhal and Grandola. There is also a seafood shop in Carrasquiera and a big food market accessible by ferry in Setubal.

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Roman Ruins

The Roman ruins of Troia, built between the 1st and 5th century AD, took advantage of the Atlantic's abundance of fish and the richness of the salt from the shores of Sado. The most characteristic component of the Roman workshops are the salting tanks where fish sauce was prepared and preserved.The ruins are located in a strip of sand between the Sado estuary and the Caldeira lagoon.

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Horse Riding

Many years ago horses were the most common form of transport. They helped during times of war and were an invaluable asset in the agricultural industry. This spirited and elegant animal has become a symbol of intelligence, sensitivity and wealth throughout the world and today thousands of people, both beginners and professionals, practice horse riding. Herdade da Comporta is a place that’s perfectly suited to the enjoyment of animal life as well as nature and the creation of a high quality Equestrian Centre aimed at international events and recreational riding was a logical decision. The expansive landscape and ideal location make it the ideal choice for a promising equestrian centre, a centre which has already taken part in several international show jumping events and hosted some of the best riders in the world.

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Surf School

Carvalhal Surf School it’s the ideal school for people who choose the beaches of Carvalhal, Pego, Comporta and Tróia to spend their holidays and intends to have a surf experience. The surf lessons are in one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal beach candidate, the Carvalhal beach, under the supervision of an experienced and accredited monitor.

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