TUI is offering very cheap non-stop flights from UK cities to Sal island starting at only £221 for a round trip.
Cape Verde is an archipelago consisting of 10 volcanic islands – Boa Vista, Sal, Maio, and others scattered in the central Atlantic Ocean.
Boa Vista – The Cosy Island
Boa Vista means “beautiful view”. The landscape here is characterised by deserts and petrified forests. The easternmost and third-largest island of Cape Verde is a flat bleached land. Sharp white dunes of Boa Vista merge with indigo-blue seas. The Deserto de Viana is a sand desert in the north-western part of the island, east of the towns Rabil and Sal Rei. There are 55 kilometres of unspoiled, remote beaches of soft sand. The Praia de Chaves and Praia de Santa Monica are considered the most beautiful.
The east of Boa Vista is so solitary and deserted that you won’t see anyone at all in some areas of it. The lonely beaches in this part of the island are perfect for long walks. You can observe sea turtles laying their eggs on the beaches.
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We picked for you the well-rated 4* Aguahotels Sal Vila Verde Resort, located in Santa Maria and just a 10 minutes walk from the beach. This resort offers an outdoor pool, a snack bar, a restaurant and WiFi access. Each room comes with a TV, air conditioning, a balcony, a kitchenette with washing machine and microwave.
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