Casa Teresa

Casa Teresa

Comporta, Portugal

This sublime Comporta home Casa Teresa offers comfort and 'chicness' in abundance. Framed by a large azure pool, the villa is the perfect base for discerning families seeking to explore and relish in the plentiful delights of the Algarve. Perfectly equipped to cater to the considerable amount of time spent à l'éxterieur in these parts, the al fresco lounge is spacious and chic, neighbouring the swimming pool and adjacent to the shaded dining terrace. Outdoor lounges can also be found here, promising to delight and cater to all; one even features a fantastic barbecue set up. If you can tear yourself away, venture indoors to revel in the interior style and comfort available at every turn.

house Guide


  • 12 guests guests - 6 bedrooms - 4 bathrooms
  • Living space: 350 sqm
  • Dining Room: 12 seats
  • Full equipped kitchen: Dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, espresso machine
  • Living Room: 2 sofa, 4 armchair, 1 flat screen tv, fireplace
  • Outdoor Living Room: 10 sofa
  • Bedroom: 1 : 1 double bed
  • Bedroom: 2: 1 double bed
  • Bedroom: 3: 1 double bed
  • Bedroom: 4: 1 double bed
  • Bedroom: 5: 2 single bed
  • Bedroom: 6: 1 double bed
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Daily cleaning


  • Outdoor swimming pool, heated pool, salt water, deck chairs, pool shower.
  • Central air-conditioning
  • Central heating
  • WiFi
  • Barbecue
  • Rooftop
  • Terrace
  • Bocce ball court
  • Suitable for children

Additional services

  • Private Chef
  • Yoga & personal trainer; Babysitter
  • Transfer from airport


  • Up to 12 guests


  • Rates starting at EUR. 2100 / night

Local Guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • From June to September, visit the the picturesque Carvalhal beach at the Sublime Comporta beach club. Move from sunlounger to lunch to cocktails at this chic beach spot. The menu has classic Mediterranean summer fare: grilled local fish, seafood linguine and grilled meats, great local and international wines and cocktails.

Don't miss

  • A day trip to Lisbon. In case of bad weather drive an hour north and explore Portugal's capital.

When to go

  • Season starts around Easter and lasts until October.

How to get there

  • By air: Fly into Lisbon airport which is half an hour away. We recommend renting a car at the airport.

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April 2021

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