ARTICLES Verken geschiedenis

De cultuur van rijstteelt en visserij maakt Comporta een onderscheidende regio, rijk en doordrenkt van geschiedenis. Als je het beter wilt leren kennen, sturen de Romeinse ruïnes van Troia je terug in de tijd, naar een tijdperk waarin dit deel van Portugal een belangrijk economisch centrum was voor de export van vis en zeevruchten. Andere plaatsen in dit gedeelte zijn onmisbaar als u hier een vakantie doorbrengt en meer wilt weten over de regio.

golf troia portugal
Verken geschiedenis Feb 2019

Tróia Golf

The heart of the Tróia peninsula is home to one of the most exciting and challenging golf courses in Portugal. The primary attraction of Tróia Golf is its magnificent setting. Set right at the edge of the ocean, it boasts glorious views of the beach and the magnificent Serra da Arrábida.  Designed by the North

troia ruins
Verken geschiedenis Feb 2019

The Roman ruins of Tróia

The Roman ruins of Tróia are located on a sandy peninsula, 10 minutes from the city centre. This site surrounded as it is, by the ocean, was once an important complex specialising in the production of salted and pickled fish. It was built in the first half of the first century and was occupied continuously

rice museum comporta
Verken geschiedenis Feb 2019

Museu do Arroz, Comporta

The Rice Museum is located at the entrance to the village of Comporta. It is devoted to local rice growing and related traditions. In this cultural space, we go back in time to better understand the impact of this atypical culture in the history and development of “Herdade da Comporta”. The museum is located in

port comporta
Verken geschiedenis Jan 2019

Cais Palafítico da Carrasqueira

Comporta is home to a port balanced on stilts, untouched by time and suspended between sky and sea. Located in Carrasqueira on the Sado River, this small fishing port is built on a jumble of rough-and-ready landing stages made of openwork planks that rest on stilts. A unique architecture in Europe This outstanding example of

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