TUI BLUE Cabo Verde

Enjoying a brilliant beachfront location, adults-only TUI BLUE Cabo Verde fuses tranquil surroundings with contemporary decor. There are two pools just begging to be plunged into, lined with parasols and loungers along with a pool bar serving refreshing drinks and light snacks. The buffet restaurant is complemented by high-quality dining from the Culinarium and an Asian Tepanyaki eatery. After indulging in your favourite food and drink, make the most of the on-site gym, or head to the spa and treat yourself to some TLC. Rooms are well-furnished and come with Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and a balcony or terrace as standard. For an extra-special break, upgrade to swim-up or sea-view room complete with a Jacuzzi.

Overview of Sal, Cape Verde

A beautiful archipelago in the Atlantic, Cape Verde is a stunning place to spend a holiday. White shores and turquoise seas thriving with sea life characterise Cape Verde’s ten islands, each as breathtaking as the next. The archipelago is also home to some impressive mountain ranges, with incredible dormant and active volcanoes. It’s a real haven whether you want a beach holiday or a bit more adventure.

Things to do in Sal, Cape Verde

Cape Verde is renowned for sensational landscapes and heavenly coastlines, so take time to explore the archipelago’s beaches and mountains. Spend a day hiking in the São Nicolau’s mountain ranges with its tropical flora and fauna offset by volcanic-sand beaches. Or for a more leisurely day out, jump aboard an island cruise to discover the breathtaking coastline from the ocean. Cape Verde is a fusion of cultures and influences. The main language is Portuguese, and the cuisine blends African, Portuguese and Brazilian flavours. Order a dish of locally caught wahoo fish on the seafront and you’re in for a culinary treat. Holidays to Cape Verde are perhaps the ultimate way to escape the daily grind and lose yourself in mind-blowing scenery. It’s a special slice of paradise, so make sure you visit before the secret gets out.

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.