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About Cape Verde Islands

This small collection of islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean offers exotic views, a touch of luxury and huge variety in a truly stunning setting.

With flamboyant locals and a dynamic mix of cultures across the ten different islands there truly is something for everybody in Cape Verde. Sal is the destination if you’re wanting to spend your holiday living on the edge, as it has one of the top five beaches in the world for kite and wind surfing.

There’s no better place to sprawl out on the beach and watch the sunset, with each island having its own unique landscape, varying from volcanic, beach, desert and floral. It remains an untouched paradise for you to explore and it’s never been easier to island hop with improved transport links around the region.

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We have over 80 hotels in Cape Verde for you to choose from and all of them showcase the very best that the islands have to offer. We also have flights from all major airports and can help with transfers to make your holiday as easy as possible.

When To Go

One of the main attractions of the Cape Verde islands is the year round sun and warmth that they provide. Each island has a slightly different climate and regions near the coast have the benefit of a cooling sea breeze. Even so, temperatures can reach as high as 40 degrees in some parts during the warmest months of August and September. Evenings can still be quite cool even during this time.

Fast facts about Cape Verde Islands

  • Capital
  • Currency
    Cape Verdean escudo
  • Fly to
    International airports on Boa Vista, Sal, Santiago and Sao Vicente
  • Official Language
  • Time
    One hour behind the UK

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • A Spa day with a difference, Sal
    The mineral rich Pedra Lume salt lake is half way up the east coast and situated inside the mouth of an extinct volcano. There’s nowhere quite like it to sit back, relax and enjoy the endless silence.
  • Go whale watching, Boa Vista
    Humpback whales use the waters around the Cape Verde islands to carry out their seasonal migrations and Boa Vista is the most popular location. March and April are peak seasons and day trips are available so you can go and see the amazing display for yourself.
  • Go windsurfing, Sal
    World-renowned for its wind, waves and sun you simply have to get out there and give it a go. Lessons are available for those that haven’t windsurfed before and if you’re an expert then what are you waiting for?
  • Island hop
    Just because you’re staying on one island doesn’t mean you can’t visit the others. All of the islands offer something different in variety so get out there and try as many as you can.
  • Visit the Turtle sanctuary, Santa Maria
    Between June and December you can visit the turtle hatchery on the beach and they will take you on a guided walk to see one of the most spectacular events nature has to offer as the turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.

Top destinations in Cape Verde Islands

  • Boavista
    Getting away from it all
  • Isla De Sao Vicente
    An authentic Cape Verde experience
  • Sal