The sleepy fishing village of Herdade da Comporta has been touted as "the new Ibiza", referring to the Balearics island's 70s heyday long before dirty beats and the Air Max crew turned up. Miles of sand dunes, wild beaches and rolling surf await just an hour's drive from Lisbon. Pego Beach is a quieter option than Comporta's main sand strip, thanks to an absence of day-trippers. For lunch, hit up Museu do Arroz, the oldest restaurant in the region, housed in a former rice factory and adorned with well-loved velvet sofas and global curiosities - order salt-cod fish and local "green" wine. At the weekend, everyone heads to Sal's for kilos of sea bass and prawns washed down with jugfuls of sangria. Keep it traditional with a stay at Cabanas No Rio; the converted twinset fisherman huts designed by Manuel Aires Mateus have open-air showers and a private pontoon with a kayak conveniently parked at the end. For a more luxurious stay, Sublime Comporta offers 14 beautiful suites and several cabanas nestled in 17 acres of pine forest.