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National Parks Of Cape Verde

Cape Verde may be known for its beaches, deserts, and volcanic landscapes, but the archipelago is also home to flourishing, lush, and vibrantly coloured vegetation. Here, we take a look at some of the places where you can immerse yourself in the flora and fauna of the Islands. Serra Malagueta National Park Situated on the Island of Santiago, Serra Malagueta National Park

Top 5 Islands Of Cape Verde

The Cape Verde islands are mostly mountains and deserts, with a few green valleys and forests sprinkled in. It’s warm and dry – some islands rarely get rain, so it makes a good year-round travel destination. 1. Sal Island It’s easy to guess what Sal’s main industry once was: The name translates as “salt.” Most of the salt mined in the 19th

Ribeira Grande

Nestled in a valley of the same name, Ribeira Grande is a cozy but stunning city on the Santo Antao island. The winding streets here are as charming as the small restaurants and guesthouses that occupy them. The attractions for tourists include a lively food market and a clothes market, as well as the Nossa Senhora, do Rosario church. For

Santa Maria

Also situated on the island of Sal, Santa Maria is a lively and developed city. The hotels in the city are of the highest standard and will comfortably meet, if not surpass, the expectations of travellers from Europe and North America. The city is one of the most ideal locations in Cape Verde for a classic beach resort holiday. The


Situated on the sunny, sandy island of Sal, Palmeira is a busy harbour town responsible for many of Cape Verde’s imports and exports. There is plenty to attract tourists to the town including many restaurants, lively bars and beautiful architecture. The town is also revered amongst divers who flock from around the globe to experience the many underwater caves and

Eugénio Tavares House Museum And Morna Study Center

The Casa Museu Eugénio Tavares and Centro de Estudios da Morna is a museum of personality, focused on themes related to the figure of Eugénio Tavares, his personal, professional and intellectual training, his relationship with the island of Brava and his contribution to enrichment Cape Verde's intellectual and cultural heritage. Likewise, the space is dedicated to the study of the

Museu Do Mar (museum Of The Sea)

In 2013 the Instituto do Património Cultural initiates the project to install the Museu do Mar in the Replica of the Torre de Belém building. The process started with the help of pieces, the museological and museographic conception and culminated in the museum's opening on April 16 2014. The permanent exhibition reflects the museum's vocation, that is, the history of the

Tarrafal Concentration Camp

Located in the locality of Chão Bom, the Tarrafal Concentration Camp was built in 1936, based on decree nº 26: 539 of 23 April. The penal colony received its first prisoners on October 29 of the same year, having operated until 1956. In 1962 it was reopened under the name “Campo de Trabalho de Chão Bom”, destined to imprison the

Natural Park Of Châ, Fogo

The Natural Park of Fogo is located in the central area of ​​the island of Fogo and consists of the Volcano, the Crater, the Bordeira and the forest perimeter of Monte Velha. It has an area of ​​8,468.5 hectares and is located at the confluence of the three municipalities on the island: S. Filipe, Santa Catarina and Mosteiros. The Fogo

Natural Park Of Cova, Paúl And Ribeira Da Torre

The Natural Park of Cova, Paúl and Ribeira da Torre (PNCPRT) is located on the northern slope of the island of Santo Antão, more precisely in the northeast part, in an area where the three municipalities, Porto Novo, Ribeira Grande and Paul meet . The maximum altitude of the park is 1585 in the Pico da Cruz area. The park is