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Quinta da Comporta x Miguel Cancio Martins : a hell of a rice spa!

It’s a beauty story reminiscent of the grape miracle, imagined by the Sources de Caudalie. Quinta da Comporta took a similar path, but decided to use rice instead of the graphes. The building that looks like a large beach hut, houses on the back side a spacious spa, backed by huge rice fields. The idea is to turn this basic food ingredient into a beauty component. Rice has a lot of virtues, but it is necessary to go to the end of its synthesis to get the best out of it. On the other side, the immense beach, a stone’s throw away, offers the most beautiful views on the Atlantic ocean. Silky sand, accompanied by postcard-like piercing waves. You can surf, ride a horse, meditate…etc. and of course, taste cuisine elaborated in short circuits. What about decoration? Everything is white and in natural wood, an expected choice for this kind of establishment. And last but not least, the long swimming corridor, an ideal place to welcome the last rays of sunshine at the sunset.

Quinta da Comporta x Miguel Cancio Martins : a hell of a rice spa!

It’s a beauty story reminiscent of the grape miracle, imagined by the Sources de Caudalie. Quinta da Comporta took a similar path, but decided to use rice instead of the graphes. The building that looks like a large beach hut, houses on the back side a spacious spa, backed by huge rice fields. The idea is to turn this basic food ingredient into a beauty component. Rice has a lot of virtues, but it is necessary to go to the end of its synthesis to get the best out of it. On the other side, the immense beach, a stone’s throw away, offers the most beautiful views on the Atlantic ocean. Silky sand, accompanied by postcard-like piercing waves. You can surf, ride a horse, meditate…etc. and of course, taste cuisine elaborated in short circuits. What about decoration? Everything is white and in natural wood, an expected choice for this kind of establishment. And last but not least, the long swimming corridor, an ideal place to welcome the last rays of sunshine at the sunset.