Sol Dunas Resort

The laid-back, all-inclusive Sol Dunas Resort features bright, airy rooms with views over the ocean or landscaped tropical gardens where you can kick back and relax. Enjoy fine dining at the grill and two restaurants. There are also four pools to enjoy – one dedicated to younger guests with some water slides thrown in. You’ll be wanting to get active when you see the gym, tennis and volleyball courts here, and afterwards enjoy a luxury treatment at the spa. Along with shops and boutiques, there’s also an impressive entertainment programme including live music at the amphitheatre. Boasting five bars too, you’ve every opportunity to soak up more of the great atmosphere.

Overview of Sal, Cape Verde

Sal is one of ten islands that make up Cape Verde, off the west coast of Africa. You’ll find plenty of fun and adventure on this island paradise that enjoys spectacular sunshine almost every day of the year. Made up of white-sand beaches and brightly-coloured villages, you’ve also got winds from the northwest creating the perfect breeze for some amazing water sports. Thanks to its location, there’s a vibrant blend of unique cultures. Originally discovered by the Portuguese, there’s also African and Brazilian influences embedded throughout the island’s music, fashion and food, making Sal a perfect choice for a holiday to Cape Verde.

Things to do in Sal

With direct access into the eight-kilometre stretch of white sands and turquoise waters of Algodoeiro Beach, the Sol Dunas Resort is also opposite a coral reef with a rich variety of marine wildlife. Pick any number of water sports to try. The water skiing, kite surfing, scuba diving and windsurfing are all amazing here. Within walking distance is the Casino Royal, and the colourful town of Santa María for surf stores, craft shops and restaurants serving local specialities. The stylish Sol Dunas Resort blends modern convenience with warm hospitality on an idyllic island, leaving you inspired and rejuvenated.


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.