Cape Verde is a real paradise for water sports, especially sport fishing and kitesurfing. Diving allows you to observe a fauna that combines tropical and Mediterranean species.
Ideal destination for holidays, you will discover fascinating places where simplicity is luxury, nature is style and silence is interrupted only by the sound of the wind or the sea. An archipelago of ten volcanic islands, Cape Verde is known for the beauty of its natural and wild landscapes and also for the hospitality of its residents. Between beaches, hikes, cultural visits and cultural discoveries you are sure to have a change of scenery.
Boa Vista is the third largest island in the Cape Verde archipelago. Its flat relief and windwardly dunes have earned it the name “Island of Dunes”. It is bordered by many fine sandy beaches. If you like surfing, Sal Island is for you, there is the Ponta Preta wave, which can reach up to five metres in height!
An exclusive place for holidays in Cape Verde. It is located in the heart of the Norte Natural Park in Boa Vista. The charm of Spinguera is intact, ready to be discovered and appreciated by those looking for authentic and preserved places. The environmental impact is zero, Spinguera is perfectly integrated into the landscape. Guests can enjoy the ocean view from the room and the desert as far as the eye can see.
The restaurant of the Spinguera Ecolodge is located on the northern coast of the island of Boa Vista. The hotel’s restaurant and bar offer an authentic and charming setting and intimate or friendly moments, according to your wishes. Your hosts will make you simmer local dishes for your dinners based on meat or fish freshly caught in the surrounding waters.
The Kite School team will share with you its passion and experience of sliding for a unique and unforgettable stay in Cape Verde. Intimate and wild, Boa Vista is a volcanic island with lunar landscapes and well tempered trade winds in winter. A real treat for kitesurfing. The courses are adapted to your level (all levels) and taught by an experienced personal instructor.
Go to the Oasis de Fonte Vicente where you can see a little of the agriculture of the island of Boa Vista. Then pass through the fishing village of Curral Velho and head for Ervatão beach where you can swim. For lunch, stop at Fundo de Figueiras, a small picturesque village where you can visit the school and church.