Morabeza Hotel

Morabeza Hotel combines traditional architecture with plush modern interiors. And to complement the luxury in the hotel grounds, there’s a sandy beach just across the promenade.

Morabeza literally translates as ‘welcome’ and, during your stay here, that’s exactly how you’ll feel. It started as a family home 40 years ago, and it still feels just as warm and welcoming today.

At the hotel, you have two swimming pools to choose from as well as a tennis court, archery, mini golf and beach volleyball. After all that activity, there’s a number of restaurants, including a beachfront grill.

Overview of Sal

The Morabeza Hotel is on the island of Sal in the Cape Verde islands. If you’re looking for a sun-drenched holiday to Cape Verde, Sal is perfect because the island has 350 days of sunshine every year.

With white-sand beaches, a botanical garden and a long list of adrenaline-pumping water activities, Sal is all about the outdoors.

Named after the salt mines carved into the landscape, Sal is one of the most popular islands in this 10-island archipelago. With beaches, natural wonders and strong winds that make water sports a breeze, there’s something for everyone here.

Things to do in Sal

Its beachfront location means Morabeza Hotel is a great base for enjoying the true joy of Sal: the beach. The white sands here are perfect for topping up your tan. And if you want to get active, there is a range of water sports on offer.

For something a bit different, head to the Viveiro Botanical Garden to discover over 100 species of plant and a unique petting zoo. Or visit Pedra de Lume with its extinct volcano crater filled with water. The salt content here means you can float on the surface.

During a stay at the Morabeza Hotel, you’ll feel like you’re in a home away from home. It’s so warm and welcoming that you’ll want to return year after year. Due to the hotel’s values, the staff are sure to recognise you if you do.


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.