€ 45,000 Flat, 2 rooms
1 Bedroom Apartment in Cape Verde Vila Verde is easily the best development in Cape Verde. It is a modern and luxurious development of apartments, townhouses and 3 and 4 bed villas in Sal just 300 m from the white sandy Ponta Preta Beach. Vila Verde is an exclusive top quality development and has won the Bentley award for Best Architectural Design in Cape Verde and boasts many family friendly facilities including: 17 swimming pools in Country Club areas for the villas, townhouses and apartments More than 5km of pedestrian and jogging pathways Elevators in all apartment blocks Capacity to accommodate a population of more than 3,000 5* Hotel Restaurants & snack bars Pubs & bars 4 Country Clubs Supermarket Secure parking Kindergarten Botanical Gardens Tennis courts Vila Verde Resort has a balanced mix of apartment, townhouse and villa communities and property units are managed by a property management company, which will take care of all components of the resort and, within the terms agreed with each owner, will manage the rental plan About 500km off the coast of West Africa is a scattering of islands that together comprise a fascinating nation. Cape Verde is a challenging place. But if you appreciate the sea, outstanding mountain landscapes with great hiking, and a convivial people with the time to strike up a mournful tune over a glass of thick red wine, then these barren lands pounded by a frothing white ocean are for you. The dozen or so islands that make up this former Portuguese colony have become a popular destination for package holidays over the past few years, being under six hours by charter flight from the UK. Indeed, they are easily accessible for anyone in search of winter sun. But beyond the beach hotels, Cape Verde is fascinating in terms of both culture and scenery. Volcanic islands at various stages of erosion, they range from more than 2,800m high to as low as 390m, and this translates into extremes of landscape between the islands – from brooding volcano to flat desert, and from verdant, mist-strewn mountains to panoramic white and abandoned beaches. The islands are warm and sunny all year, ranging from an average of 24C in January to 30C in September. The rainy season is July to the end of October and during this time there can be flooding, restricting walking and travel, in the ribeiras of Santo Antao (but you can take a chance: some years it doesn't rain at all).