Renting a Villa in Portugal

Renting a Villa is not that uncommon anymore if you celebrate a special event. But it’s usually a pain to find a good selection of villas and then getting in touch with the owners to talk about availability and pricing. Well at least for Portugal you can get in touch with Casa Moderna from now on. They set up a company which helps people to cool modern/minimal villas available to rent in Portugal.

Once you try it, I wouldn’t be surprised, that you will consider the Golden Visa Portugal residency-by-investment program.

From the 300+ days of sunshine in the Algarve (more than California!) to the natural beauty of upcoming area of Comporta, Portugal has it all and now you can find the best rental properties available. All of their properties have been handpicked for their style, location and quality of services.

Here’s two of our favourites:

This amazing 14 bedroom retreat is a place with a unique sense of belonging you cannot find anywhere else. Located a mere one hour and fifteen minutes south of Portugal’s capital Lisbon, this retreat is nestled on a beautiful 17-acre estate, adjacent to Herdade da Comporta (Portugal’s best kept secret), and characterized by mature pines and cork trees, vineyards, rice fields and nearby untouched white, sandy beaches that stretch 40 kilometers. This is an authentic place, rich in cultural heritage, welcoming locals, great foods and wines. Sublime Comporta offers the privacy, tranquility and simplicity that is equally addictive as it inspires to do and experience more with less.


And look at this luxury and contemporary home set in a unique location on a beautiful escarpment meadow, minutes from the beach, with wonderful views of the algarve coastline and pretty village of Praia da Luz. Located on the exclusive cliff top location of Monte Santo Estevao with magical views over Praia da Luz, the escarpment meadows and Algarvian coastline. Known locally as “the floating house” the innovative design uses the contours of the land to create the impression of a single level property projecting unsupported from the hillside. The extensive use of glass further develops the idea of a ‘floating’ house.


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