In the heart of the Alentejo Nature Reserve, Villa Marrha is a typical Portuguese house, with a facade in blue and white, adorned with weathered wood. A place where you return every summer, to share great family meals and walk on the deserted beaches
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Area & Experiences
Thirty kilometers south of Comporta, facing the Atlantic Ocean, the Alentejo region reveals its untouched landscapes and wild beaches. Traverse the estuary of Sado, where a family of dolphins swim, deeply inhaling the sea air on the road along the coast. You have to go to the opposite side of the dunes and into the countryside to reach Grandola. As you pass through the village, you find Villa Marrha, well hidden behind the cork oaks.
Our nearby experiences
Explore the region on horseback
You’ll be guided by a horseman from a family who has been passionate about riding for generations. Your horse will carry you over fantastic beaches, past dunes that go as far as the eye can see, through rice fields, and past the traditional fishermen’s homes known as “Comporta cabanas.” Take a break along the way in a vineyard where you can taste some Portuguese wines.
Meander through the Vala Real
With our qualified guide, embark on a kayak trip to paddle through the Vala Real, or royal canal. It is the main source of water for the region's rice paddies and home to many secrets and a large range of animals. Mid-tour, lunch is a gastronomic picnic alongside the water.
Step into the kingdom of dolphins and seabirds
Leave from Setubal or Troia aboard a boat with a wildlife expert who can explain everything about the marine mammals and birds of the Sado Estuary, a bird-watcher’s paradise. At the end of the day, dine on board, floating through the landscapes as the sun sets.
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Living room 1
Bedroom 1 bathroom
Bedroom 2 bathroom
Bedrooms 3 & 4 bathroom
Bedroom 5 bathroom
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