Classic Cabo Verde - Cabo Verde
Known for its lush and fertile land, One of Cabo Verde's foremost riches is the sea, due to an abundant maritime fauna, and the purity and temperature of the water that varies between twenty-one to twenty-five degrees.
At the crossroads of the three continents bordering the Atlantic, the Archipelago of Cabo Verde is located four hundred and fifty kilometres off the coast of Senegal.
Composed of ten islands and eight islets the Cabo Verde group is made up of two distinctly different types of islands. Both groups are so named because of the trade winds that sweep past from the African Continent. There are in all, six inhabited islands, located to the West, and are characterised by mountainous landscapes, whereas long sandy beaches can distinguish the remaining three.
With a plethora of beaches allowing for all varieties of water sports, impressive mountains, exquisite fish, various kinds of delicious seafood and the melodious beauty of its music all distinguish Cabo Verde as an exciting tourist destination.