Explore exotic Cape Verde!
We’ve prepared a trip that will take you across four main islands of exotic Cape Verde! Fly from Brussels for just €302!
Brussels – Boa Vista (14th September)
Boa Vista – Praia (18th September)
Praia – Sao Vincente (19th September)
Sao Vincente – Sal (22nd September)
Sal – Brussels (25th September)
Remember that travel dates are flexible and you can adjust them to your needs
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.
Sal - The Sunniest Island
In the brown terrain of Sal you will find deserts, dry valleys, dormant volcanoes and kilometres of sandy beaches. The island is very flat, with the highest elevation of just 403 metres (Monte Grande). This is why clouds hardly have a chance to stay above it and there is almost no rain. For many years, the island was a centre for salt mining, which is where the name Sal comes from. Pedra Lume Salt Crater is a nice place to visit. You can enter the volcano crater and float in very dense salty water of the lake inside.
Santa Maria is the most populous city and the main tourist area at the south of the island. The most popular beach is Praia de Santa Maria. The Viveiro Botanical Garden & Zoo and Funana Casa da Cultura are worth visiting while in Santa Maria.
Go to Destination Fly4free: Cape Verde >> and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
Baggage during the trip:
TUIfly – One cabin bag per passenger.
Binter – One checked in bag and one cabin bag per passenger
Brussels – Boa Vista >>
Boa Vista – Praia – Sao Vincente >>
Sao Vincente – Sal >>
Sal – Brussels >>
On Boa Vista island we recommend staying at well reviewed Hotel Dunas with free breakfasts and cancellation
On Sal, consider staying at Hotel da Luz with free breakfasts, within walking distance to beach.
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