Casa do Pego on "De Tijd" newspaper


This June we had thousands of page views on our website and inquiries from Belgium. Here's the reason why. Casa do Pego is featured on "Sabato", the weekend magazine from De Tijd newspaper.

The article is about journalist Veerle Helsen and her new book - Surf & Stay. 

You can read the online article here. Or you can access a PDF of the article here.



Boutique Homes - The Coffee Table book

Casa do Pego is proud to be part of a new adventure! The new coffee table book by Boutique Homes. A handpicked selection of 60 unique architectural gems around the world. A wonderful gift for your family or friends or just the perfect item for your living room coffee table. More information here

Casa do Pego on Wallpaper Magazine

Another post that makes us really proud.

This month, Casa do Pego is on Wallpaper Magazine.

The new SAN collection of Manutti outdoor furniture is advertised on page 122 on a full page ad. Check their new catalogue here

A PERFECT MATCH - Manutti and Casa do Pego

A hectic day that started really early in the morning. A handful of vans and trucks, dozens of crew members and production paraphrenalia- Thank you Manutti team for the charm and professionalism.

The result stands out. It just feels like the new SAN line of Manutti Outdoor was meant to be placed at Casa do Pego.

Organic textures, unpretensious decor, embedded in our see-through beach house. A true labour of love.

New Manutti catalog here

More information at Manutti Outdoor

"Wild and tasteful at the same time" - The Boutique Homes

Casa do Pego on Boutique Homes. This week we publish our short interview so you can know a bit more about ourselves.

"Draw a triangle between a rice field, a pine tree forest and the Atlantic ocean and build a house inside! This is Modern by the Sea, a contemporary home where the exceptional sounds and light of the Alentejo and the nearby ocean create a relaxing place. Andre, journalist and executive producer for a Portuguese TV channel, comes here with his family whenever they can to enjoy a holiday or weekend together while the rest of the time, travelers from around the world benefit from this tastefully designed house near Comporta."

Click on the image below for the full article



Casa do Pego has released a new video. It was shot in full HD with a drone and it shows a whole new perspective of Casa do Pego and it's amazing surroundings. You can watch it below or on our VIDEOS section. Please let us know your opinion on it.

"In vacanza nell’architettura"


Casa do Pego highlighted in Corriere dela Sera.

Casa do Pego, un rifugio sicuro a Praia do Pego, in Portogallo, pareti trasparenti ma cortile interno privatissimo. Architetto: Pedro Ferreira Pinto

Casa do Pego , a safe haven in Praia do Pego , Portugal , transparent walls but very private courtyard . Architect : Pedro Ferreira Pinto

"On Stilts: Casa do Pego"

This week, Casa do Pego is featured in the austrian newspaper KURIER. The article, about design-houses and places for holidays was written for IMMO, the Austrian magazine about architecture, design and living that comes with Kurier.


Casa do Pego in Dwell Magazine

Dwell magazine asked their readers to share their homes with them. The editors received around 1,500 submissions and they chose the best to showcase in this special issue. 156 pages of striking modern spaces from more than 16 countries. Casa do Pego, in Comporta - Portugal is featured in this April's special issue of Dwell. Check page 78.

Casa do Pego in Condé Nast Traveller

July 2014 edition of Condé Nast Traveller dedicated an issue to Comporta and selected Casa do Pego as one of the best places to stay. 

Where The Rich Go Off the Grid, And You Can Too

The sleepy fishing villages of Portugal’s Herdade da Comporta have always been where the fashionable European crowd goes off the grid.


The sleepy fishing villages of Portugal’s Herdade da Comporta have always been where the fashionable European crowd goes off the grid. Now that new hotels and rental villas are emerging among the dunes, Maura Egan finds that this hush-hush coastal retreat has become more open to visitors—without losing its under-the-radar cool.

More on the Conde Naste Traveller website

Photographer Martin Morrell captured Casa do Pego with a dramatic cloudy sky