Hilton Sal Cabo Verde

Right on Santa Monica Beach, the Hilton Sal Cabo Verde also comes with a casino, a spa and a water sports centre.

Everything about the hotel is classy, and you’ll feel like an A-list celebrity when you stay here. The rooms are spacious and neutrally decorated, while the high-ceilinged lobby features an impress chandelier.

The pool comes complete with loungers and a bar tucked up against it, while kids have their own pool and a kids’ club. If you’d rather be on the beach, then the hotel has its own private area.

Overview of Sal

Sal is a sun-drenched spot that gets 350 days of sunshine every year. Whether you’re a beach lover or a sun seeker, a holiday to Cape Verde provides all the sunshine you could possibly need.

Santa Maria is on the southern tip of the island. Here, the Hilton Sal Cabo Verde has unbeatable access to white-sand beaches, a botanical garden and a long list of water sports.

Named after the salt mines that are carved into the landscape, Sal is one of Cape Verde’s most popular islands. Packed with natural wonders, historic monuments and fine-sand beaches, it’s the ideal destination for any lover of the outdoors.

Things to do in Sal

The Hilton Sal Cabo Verde is right on the beachfront, so you’re ideally positioned to enjoy the glistening white-sand beach on your doorstep. Plus, the colourful town centre of Santa Maria is only a 10-minute walk away from the hotel. Here you’ll find bars, restaurants and shopping to enjoy.

Outside Santa Maria, there’s loads to explore. You’ll find windows into the island’s past and some stunning natural landscapes to admire. You can drive around the island in next to no time, so you can visit every possible aspect.

Head to the Viveiro Botanical Garden or visit the extinct volcano at Pedra de Lume, where you can float high in the salty water of the the crater.

With postcard-perfect views, gorgeous beaches and a stack of water sports, Sal really does have it all. You’ll want to return time and time again.


Resort Summary

Named for the salt mines carved into its landscape, the island of Sal – which means ‘salt’ in Portuguese – is one of the most sought-out islands of Cape Verde’s 10-part family. Its trademark look is characterised by beaches that look like they’re straight out of the Sahara Desert, its volcanic landscape and colourful buildings speckling city streets.

The beaches aren’t the only thing to marvel at – Sal is full of natural wonders, from spooky mirages to salt-soaked pools. Strong winds make it a haven for watersport junkies while soft sands bring in a fleet of loggerhead turtles every year. Couples looking for quiet beach days and those with other interests won’t have trouble enjoying it either.