• 20 Jun 2018, 22:30
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7-night stay at well-rated apartment in Cape Verde + cheap flights from UK for £316!

Cape Verde holidays!

Great opportunity to relax by the beach! Book this cheap holiday package in well rated apartment in sunny Cape Verde including flights from Birmingham for only £316 (on two adults basis)!

Cape Verde is an archipelago consisting of 10 volcanic islands scattered in the central Atlantic Ocean. The islands of Cape Verde boast pleasant climate during most of the year and 350 sunny days. In April you can easily relax on the beach and take a refreshing dip in the warm, 23°C ocean. May is also an ideal month to visit the islands. A rise in temperature and sunshine hours means that it is a great time for beach lovers. The ocean temperature rises to a pleasant 25°C – ideal for swimming.

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We picked for you the Sunrise Residence with very good reviews. This is a self-catering accommodation located in Santa Maria. There is also a refrigerator. Private bathroom also comes with a shower. Extras include bed linen and a fan. Upon request, a shuttle to the airport can be provided at Sunrise Residence.

Travel dates:
December 6-13

Birmingham – Sal – Birmingham

Sample reservation:
Birmingham – Sal – Birmingham>>>

For this package you’ll be staying at Sunrise Residence, so follow our links and book your vacation!

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

How to book:
To book flights from Birmingham to Sal CLICK HERE >>

To book cheap accommodation CLICK HERE >>

Offer Details:

  •  7 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Well-rated apartment
  • Non-stop flights

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: from £416 round trip (£208 per person)
  • Hotel: £217/ 7 nights, 2 sharing (£108.5 per person)
  • Total: from £633 / £316.5 per person

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