Holidays & Travel
Travelling under the Motto:
“Cabo Verde – No Stress”
What do the Cape Verde Islands offer for your holiday?
There are many possibilities open to you on a Cape Verde holiday. You don’t have to choose between swimming or hiking, but can easily combine both. Endless beaches, breathtaking mountains and high plateaus shrouded in mist form a unique liaison that combines relaxation and adventure. Follow the Creole motto “Cabo Verde – No Stress” and let yourself be carried away by the African joie de vivre.
Ideal for beach holidays on Cape Verde are the islands of Sal, Boa Vista and Maio. Here you can go kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, diving and fishing. You can then relax in one of the fantastic beach hotels and all-inclusive resorts along the kilometre-long beaches. If you prefer a individual hiking tour or an individual round trip, Santo Antão, Santiago and Fogo are ideal for your Cape Verde holiday. And since the Cape Verde Islands are a sunny holiday destination even in winter, you can enjoy your stay all year round – regardless of whether you want to visit just one of the islands or explore the entire archipelago by island hopping.
When is the best time to travel to Cape Verde?
Cape Verde is in season all year round. Look forward to 23 to 30 degrees Celsius during the day and around 24 degrees Celsius on summer nights or around 18 degrees Celsius on winter evenings. The water is also pleasantly warm at 22 degrees Celsius (February/March) to 27 degrees Celsius (September/October). In short, the Cape Verde Islands are ideal as a year-round destination. You should note the time of the winds (Tempo das brisas) from October to July, from which especially surfers and kite surfers benefit, and the rainy season (Tempo das chuvas) from August to September.