Cheap Hotels in Boa Vista
Luca Kalema Hotel
The hotel is located in the Boavista Island in the city of Sal Rei, 100 m from the fishing harbour and 600 m from Tortuga beach. All spacious and elegant rooms are with great views to the fishing port and to the beautiful Tortugas beach.
Hotel Boa Vista
Ca Nicola Hotel
This hotel looks out onto the long beach of Estoril, a short walk from Sal Rei. The building, constructed in white stone combined with the orange shadings of the Sahara, is in complete harmony with the surroundings.The simplicity and warmth of Boaisvta come through by the choice of colours and the interior décor, made of bamboo and balau. The expertise of local artisans is enhanced with touches of Italian style and good taste. Here the advantages of staying in an apartment are doubled with the ease of staying in a hotel. After a buffet breakfast, during the day at the bar people can try sandwiches, omelettes and cocktails at sunset. And when the night comes, one can choose among the typical local restaurants but also ask for a capeverdean dinner, served at his own apartment. A chef will cook all those gourmet traditional dishes of the island. An island that will conquer your heart.
Casa Velha Resort Hotel
Hotels in Boa Vista
Situated in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the north-west coast of Africa, Boa Vista is the eastern most island of Cape Verde. While fellow islands are subject to mass tourism, the atmosphere of Boa Vista has stayed traditional and authentic.
Boa Vista truly lives up to its name, “Good View”. Although just 62km², it's packed full of natural beauty, as demonstrated by its famous marine turtles.
Being one of the islands of Cape Verde, the landscape is based on gorgeous sands, outstanding blue seas and year-round sun. You can come here to relax, get away from your life for a while and escape all interactions at some of the best looking beaches in the world.
However, if you enjoy meeting other holidaymakers, there are a number of hotels, bars and two lively towns, where you can still bask in the sun to get that envy-inspiring golden tan.
Dive into the island's clear blue water to swim alongside its famous green sea turtles, a rare and beautiful sea creature. Not only that, don't forget to take an organised trip for the once in a lifetime experience of seeing humpback whales in their natural habitat.
If you'd rather stay away from the ocean, you can see rare flora at the same time as searching for the four types of bird that can only be found on the island. Hours can be spent exploring untrodden paths and finding the island's natural wonders.
Things to do
There's definitely no shortage of adventures and activities for everyone visiting the island. Perfect for adrenaline junkies, Boa Vista offers the well-known windsurfing destination, Boa Vista Wind Club. You can also opt to explore the island by quad bike through local operators like Quad Zone Boavista.
The island has plenty of restaurants to tingle your tastebuds – try Bahia the Beah for delicious Italian cuisine, or Morabeza Beach Bar for a meal with a view. If you want to soak up the local nightlife, there are a number of bars and nightclubs which play modern songs with a mix of tradition Cape Verdean music. Allowing you to party all night and relax on the beach all day long.
Boa Vista is jam-packed with stunning natural beauty. Be sure not to miss Morro Negro, a rocky hill to climb that leads to a lighthouse, giving you the best views of the whole island. Deserto de Viana are sand dunes ranging from golden to red in colour, along with multicoloured rocks, giving you a spectacular view. Another must-see is Ilheu de Sal Rei, a protected, uninhabited island that you can visit and see even more natural, glorious sights.
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