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Located in the central Atlantic Ocean, Cabo Verde is a country of ten volcanic islands. The island country's land area is 4,033 square kilometres.


Whether you're looking to explore the Cape Verdean islands or just get away for a relaxing vacation, Santiago is one of the most beautiful places in Cabo Verde. The island offers visitors a mix of nature and modern West Africa. You can visit mountainous areas, hike, mountain bike, or go on guided tours.

The island is home to some of the largest trees in Cape Verde. Pico d'Antonia is the highest mountain peak in the Cape Verdean archipelago. It reaches a height of 4566 feet and is located in the Serra Malagueta national park. The park has breathtaking views and offers multiple hiking trails.

Tarrafal, located on the north coast, is one of the most beautiful places in Santiago. It's famous for its white sand and crystal clear waters. It's also home to the only community of Cape Verdeans still living in thatched houses.

The city of Praia is the capital of Cape Verde and is the social and economic hub of the island. It has several museums and archaeological sites. The city has a lively African feel to it, and you can find many vendors selling local products at the market.

The historic center of the city, called Assomada, is home to many restored colonial buildings. The city has a vibrant market, and you can find a wide variety of local crafts and agricultural products.

Praia is also home to the archaeological museum and the ethnography museum. A 16th-century Royal Fortress of So Felipe towers over the city.

Santo Antao

Located in the Atlantic Ocean, Santo Antao is an island that can be found in Cabo Verde. This island is a good place to visit for hikers, because of the beautiful landscapes. There are many trails that lead to different villages, and the trails are well-marked. If you are traveling by car, you can also explore the mountain areas of the island.

The island is full of gorges, deep valleys, and mountains. The forests are made up of pine and fir trees. The forests are also home to mango and citrus trees. The main industries are agriculture, fishing, and cement manufacturing. The inhabitants are simple and friendly. They are also open to integration.

Santo Antao

Santo Antao is considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the world. The island has a lot of natural treasures that can be explored. It also offers many hidden gems. Santo Antao is an island with perfect harmony.

One of the most beautiful places on Santo Antao is Faja d'Agua, a beautiful bay. In this bay, you can swim in the calm waters, or you can surf the waves. You can also visit Tarrafal de Monte Trigo, a place where you can see the sea in a new light.

Santo Antao is also known for its beautiful waterfalls. The waterfalls are situated in the gorges of the west and east. You can also visit the Caldeira de Cova, a unique crater. The views are spectacular at sunset. The crater is also used by local farmers for agriculture.


Located on the north of Santo Antao, Fontainhas is a charming small village. This quaint village has a heavenly landscape and a great sea view. Besides being a charming village, Fontainhas is a great destination for hiking.

This is one of the most beautiful villages in Cape Verde. National Geographic magazine has named Fontainhas as one of the world's most beautiful villages.

Fontainhas is a very picturesque village, which is surrounded by green mountains and a few houses. It is located in the green ridge of the Ribeira Grande mountains. It has a small beach and a central square. There are also many lodging options.


Fontainhas is a village on the northern part of Santo Antao, Cape Verde. It is only two kilometers from Ponta do Sol. The village has a central square and houses with colorful fronts.

The village has a lot to offer, but it is best to stay in one of the accommodations. The village is surrounded by mountains, so you can expect a lot of hiking, and the hike to Cruzinha is very beautiful.

A hike to Fontainhas is not easy, but it is one of the most beautiful hikes in Cape Verde. The trail is a bit off the beaten path.

The hike to Fontainhas is only two kilometers away from Ponta do Sol. It takes about an hour to walk. This hike is characterized by huge mountain slopes on the left side and steep abysses on the right.

Chaves Beach

Located in the western part of Cape Verde, Praia da Chave Beach is one of the best places to spend your holidays in Cabo Verde. It is known for its faultless sand and crystal-clear water. Chaves beach is situated on the west coast of the island, close to the town of Rabil. The sand is soft and perfect for sunbathing. It has comfortable sun loungers and a parking spot.

This beach is surrounded by a beautiful landscape. The highest sand dunes on the island provide incredible views. The beach is also great for surfing and fishing.

It is an ideal place for a family holiday. You can find several beach clubs here. You can also find a variety of restaurants at Chaves beach.

There are several hotels on the beach. The Iberostar Club Boa Vista is an all-inclusive resort. The hotel offers sea-front pool, spa treatments, and room service.

The Igreja da Santa Isabel has a baroque facade and is painted royal blue and sand. It is located on the colorful square. You can also visit the Sala-Museo Amicar Cabral, a museum about the history of West African revolutions.

It is also known for the 'Blue Eye' natural pool. It is formed when waves crash against a volcanic rock. A cave with turquoise waters is also found here. There are also cafes and souvenir shops at this beach.

You can visit Chaves beach during the dry season, which runs from November to July. The beach can be very hot in August, September, and October. The sea can get very dangerous when there are high waves. It is advisable to bring reef-friendly sunscreen.

Sao Nicolau

Located in the Cabo Verde archipelago, Sao Nicolau is one of the most beautiful places in Cabo Verde. With its unique landscape and untouched hiking trails, this is the perfect destination for hikers and nature lovers. Sao Nicolau offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle while maintaining its natural heritage.

Sao Nicolau is home to an assortment of flora and fauna, such as the dragon trees, which are planted on mountainous slopes. The sap from the dragon trees is used to color native rum.

Sao Nicolau is also home to several Cape Verde intellectuals, such as José Joaquim Cabral, who wrote a poem called "sodade de nha terra saninclau". Sao Nicolau's capital city is located on the slope of a mountain, and its pastel-colored colonial buildings provide a picturesque backdrop.

Sao Nicolau is also known for its natural swimming pools and is perfect for water sports enthusiasts. You can swim in the transparent Juncalinho lagoons, which are a natural basalt tidal pool. These beautiful pools are sometimes invaded by rough seas.

Sao Nicolau also has a large number of national parks and hiking trails, which are popular with hikers and nature lovers. One of the best treks is the Monte Gordo trek, which starts from Cachaco. This trek is a spectacular walk through lush green areas. You can expect to walk up to 4,400 feet and gain incredible views of the island. It is recommended that you take hiking poles and sturdy hiking boots.


Located on the island of Sao Vicente, Mindelo is the second biggest city in the Cape Verde archipelago. It has a unique atmosphere, inextricably linked to the warmth of its people. It is a cosmopolitan city, with a pleasant air and frequent entertainment. It also boasts a well-preserved historical heritage.

Mindelo was once one of the world's biggest harbors. It has been recognized as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It is surrounded by mountain peaks, making it an excellent location for hiking.

Mindelo has a good climate year-round. In addition, there are a number of beaches for you to enjoy. The city's most famous beach, Praia de Laginha, features turquoise waters and sugar white sand. You can also visit the nearby beaches of Calheta Grande and Curraletes.

Mindelo is also known for its music and nightlife. There are several music clubs and bars. You can also find many restaurants here. It is an ideal place for a relaxing vacation. Mindelo also has a deep-water port that is connected to Mindelo Bay. The port has ships and cruises.

Mindelo has many cultural attractions, including the Palacio do Governador, a colonial building. There are also the Torre de Belém, which is a replica of Lisbon. You can also visit the Museu do Mar, which has an interesting park.

Mindelo also boasts a beautiful deep-water port, which is used by cruise ships. You can walk to the port from town. There are also a number of hotels and restaurants in the city.

Excursions and Day Trips in Cabo Verde

Located off the west coast of Africa, Cape Verde is a unique blend of tropical islands and mountains. Excursions and day trips are available in this unique tropical paradise. A great way to explore the islands is by island hopping.

Whether you choose a guided tour, self guided tour or a combination of both, you'll be in for a treat. You'll be introduced to the island's unique culture, history and architecture. In addition to visiting the island's must-see sights, you can also get your adrenaline pumping with a choice of excursions. Depending on your interests, you may choose to go snorkelling, scuba diving, hiking, or even hire a jet ski. The best part is that you'll be able to experience the island's most exciting attractions at your leisure.

The island's most prominent feature is the imposing Pico de Fogo, a volcano that stands a little over 3000 feet tall. It is also the site of the ancient city of Santo Antao, which was a major trading hub for the island of Brava until it sank in the mid-1960s. If you're a fan of history and nature, you'll appreciate the chance to see a place that played a part in history.

The island is also home to a low-elevation salt crater, with a salt content that's 26 times greater than the ocean. This salt crater is also home to some interesting shipwrecks, as well as an underwater statue of Christ.

The island of Sal is another worthy destination. The island has several things to see and do, ranging from a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site to a low-elevation salt lake, which is a nice change of scenery from the beaches. The island's other notable features include miles of white sand beaches, and a plethora of underwater life. It is also the perfect place to watch the sunset.

As the name suggests, the fabled Cidade Velha is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This small city used to be a major trading center for Portuguese slaves. Today, it's the seat of government and an important centre for international organizations. The city also has a small market square, called Sao Jorge dos Orgaos. In addition to being a UNESCO-listed landmark, the Cidade Velha is also home to a small museum devoted to the history of the city. The small museum also includes an interesting model of an ancient city, which was built using the best of Cape Verdean design and craftsmanship.

The city of Mindelo is also worthy of a visit. The town is one of the most cosmopolitan of all the islands, and it is also home to the world's largest replica of the Belem Tower. In addition to its tourist attractions, the city is home to several famous musicians, poets, and artists. It also has one of the best markets in all of Cape Verde, with colorful fruits and vegetables, as well as a wealth of local delicacies. It is also the most colourful harbour town in Cabo Verde. It's also home to the Cape Vedean morna, a traditional Cape Verdean evening activity.

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