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Diversity of the Cape Verde Islands
One of the main draws of the Cape Verde islands is the fantastic winter sun and stunning tropical beaches for the ultimate beach holiday, but there is much more to discover across the archipelago...
With the first established international airport in the archipelago, Sal is understandably the most convenient island to visit and, as a result is growing faster than all of the other islands put together. The clear waters and pure white sand more than makes up for its vastly dry and barren landscape, but with fairly easy access to most of the other islands from here it also provides holidaymakers with the opportunity to explore some of its neighbours too.
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With a more tranquil atmosphere than Sal, this island’s 55km of glorious sandy beaches make it another option for sun seekers who simply desire traditional relaxation. You may even be lucky enough enjoy some turtle or whale watching on these shores as well.
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The largest and most African of the islands, Santiago has a rich history. Predominantly green and mountainous in its interior, the town of Praia (which is also the administrative capital of Cape Verde) is renowned as the place to go for great live music and bustling markets.
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Considered one of the cultural centres of Cape Verde, it is home to many musicians, it's capital Mindelo has a renowned live music scene. This island is also the gateway to Santo Antão by ferry.
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The greenest of the islands with verdant valleys and rugged mountains, Santo Antão offers the most jaw-dropping vistas in the archipelago.
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This island rises up from the ocean an amazing 2829 metres, and one of the highlights of this island is to visit Cha das Caldeiras, the crater of the active volcano.
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