This day-long festival celebrates Sal’s patron saint. Things kick off with morning mass in Santa Maria’s church. This...Read More
Municipal Day celebrates the founding of Sal’s towns, and festivities across the island are explosive. The main event... Read More
A mainstay on the town’s main street, Americo’s is justly famous for its grilled lobster. But if you’re feeling... Read More
This seven-kilometre beach at the foot of the island is, without doubt, Sal's sa... Read More
Pedra de Lume village may have once been famous for the salt mines that gave Sal... Read More
Sal, which means salt in Portuguese, used to be famous for just that. The salt m... Read More
The sand dunes of Santa Maria Beach wrap around the southern coast of Sal for se... Read More
Rolling dunes plumped up like pillows, sun-scorched trees bent by trade winds, a... Read More
If you're up for wrestling with big game fish, you'll fall hook, line and sinker... Read More
The combination of volcanic landscapes and crystal-clear waters on the island of... Read More
Cape Verde’s biggest island can count Captain Cook and Sir Francis Drake among i... Read More
Santa Maria’s melting pot of cultures means you’re never short of unusual souven... Read More
Fishing is still very much a way of life for the locals, thanks to the rich wate... Read More
This stretch of white sand is ideal for sun-worshippers and windsurfers alike, w... Read More
One of the best ways to see the hidden treasures of Sal is to jump in a 4x4 and ... Read More
It’d be a crime to come to Cape Verde and not spend a day out at sea. Join an ex... Read More
Cape Verde is smack in the trade winds belt, so windsurfing conditions couldn’t ... Read More
Santa Maria’s beachfront restaurants specialise in seafood. And it’s done very e... Read More
One of the best lunch spots on the island, this beachfront restaurant sits on a ... Read More
The hotels supply much of the evening entertainment, laying on barbecues, shows ... Read More
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