Oasis Praiamar Hotel

  

Santiago

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Situated on the rocky coastline overlooking the ocean and two bays of black volcanic sand, Oasis Praiamar offers guests a fine base from which to explore Santiago. 



What we love

- The Panorama bar at Praiamar has the best location! Enjoying evening drinks before dinner on the water’s edge is lovely.

Good to know

- The beach at Prainha is just a five-minute stroll from the hotel. A small beach that is very popular with the locals for their morning swim.



Stunning panoramas

Located in a residential area of Praia, the Oasis Praiamar Hotel is perched on a rocky headland overlooking the bay of the same name. An established hotel, this is a fantastic choice for guests who are looking to spend time relaxing by a large pool or exploring the local area along with Cape Verde’s history.

During the evening, you’ll find that the hotel’s Panorama bar is an ideal spot to enjoy a pre-dinner drink whilst overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and to add an extra touch of atmosphere, there’s live music most weekends.


Discover Santiago

The location of the Oasis Praiamar makes it an excellent base from which to explore the island of Santiago and its capital, Praia. Guests can wander traditional African markets, learn much about the island’s and archipelago’s rich history, plus enjoy a variety of authentic restaurants and the vibrant nightlife. For those who are in search of a little more adventure, this hotel is an ideal choice for spending a few nights before journeying across to the magnificent island of Fogo.


Travelling to Santiago

Your international flights are direct to Sal, then internal flights to/from Santiago.

Santiago is best experienced as part of a multi-centre island hopping holiday around the archipelago. Call one of our experts about a tailormade itinerary.

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What's included in your booking 

  • 20kg luggage allowance & in-flight meals for international flights
  • Return inter-island flights from Sal provided by Binter
  • Private airport transfers (where operationally possible)
  • Access to UK airport lounge
  • Visas
  • Experienced and reliable resort team on hand to help 
  • Free Cape Verde destination guide 

Hotel Facilities

  • Large salt water swimming pool
  • Prainha Restaurant
  • 3 bars: Panorama bar, pool side snack bar, lobby bar
  • Wi-Fi
  • Tennis court
  • ​Gym
  • Massage (payable locally) 
  • 123 rooms

Room Facilities

  • Twin or double beds
  • Small fridge
  • Television
  • Air-conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety deposit box (payable locally)

Location

  • Beach: Prainha Beach, 5-minute walk 
  • Restaurants: On-site. Local restaurants 500 metres  
  • Main Town: Praia
  • Airport: Santiago - 20-minute drive by private transfer

 

Travelling Between the Islands

Internal flights are provided by Binter. It should be noted that internal flights can and do change schedules and flights are sometimes cancelled, delayed or even early!

Travelling time between Sal to Santiago is approximately 45 minutes flying time.

Rooms at Oasis Praiamar Hotel

Standard Room

From £982pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Superior Garden View

From £1,059pp

Sleeps up to 3 

   

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Superior Sea View

From £1,122pp

Sleeps up to 3 

   

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Hotel & Local Restaurants

Opening dates are subject to change and beyond our control.

Hotel

Restaurant Alex

Alex's - Praia

Cape Verdean

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Local

Terazza Italiana

Terazza Italiana

Italian Cuisine

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Local

Quintal da Musica

Cape Verdean & European Cuisine

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Local

Café Sofia

Cafe Sofia

Cape Verdean Cuisine

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Local

Zero Point Steakhouse

Cape Verdean Cuisine

More information

 

About the Local Area

ABOUT THE ISLAND

The largest island in the archipelago and the first to be populated, Santiago is rich in history and culture. The various mountainous peaks of the island reflect its volcanic origin.

With a unique blend of diverse landscapes, volcanic rocks, green valleys, barren regions and beautiful beaches Santiago is aesthetically pleasing. Hiking is popular here as this is one of the few islands with a refreshing hinterland which can be very rewarding. Ornithologists will be in their element as most of the species endemic to Cape Verde can be spotted here.

Praia is the capital of Santiago, a traditional bustling African town and the trading hub for agricultural products. Live music plays a huge role in the city's culture and can be heard playing in bars and restaurants and is hugely popular amongst the locals and tourists. No visit to Santiago would be complete without a trip to the old capital of Cidade Velha and Forte Real de Sao Filipe, the main slave trading point between Europe, Africa and America.

FESTIVALS IN SANTIAGO

The following are just a couple of festivals that take place on Santiago:

Gamboa Festival - 17/18/19 May - Held in the bay of San Fransisco and arguably the biggest music festival in Cape Verde. Musicians from other countries come to Santiago to participate.

Tabanka - June/July - A celebration of the liberation of slaves which takes place in Assomada.

WALKING & HIKING

The Islands provide some spectacular scenery and there are walks to suit all levels of fitness and experience.

Some of the walks in the islands provide challenges which require previous hill walking experience, a higher than average level of fitness and proper walking footwear. For some walks guides are a necessity and can be arranged and paid for locally where as others are well signposted and there is no need for a guide.

The interior of Santiago provides many beautiful walks that start at a point in the centre of the island and follow a ribeira down to the coast.