Villa For Sale
Sal, Sal, Cape Verde
Year Built: 0
Listed By: Euro Resales
Listed On: 06/09/2023
Listing ID: GL5338416
DescriptionSuperb 3 Bedroom Villa in Sal Cape Verde
Euroresales Property iD - 9825015
This property is an excellent 3-bedroom villa located on the 5-star Melia Tortuga beach resort in Sal, Cape Verde.
The property consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, terrace and dining area. One of the bathrooms is an en-suite and there are 2 separate shower rooms.
The property also includes a superb private pool and access to the communal resort pools which provide a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days.
Along with the pool a private garden is also included which provides a wonderful area to spend time and relax.
The property has beautiful panoramic views of the sea from the east facing bedroom terraces and views of the pool and garden from the upper dining terrace.
This property could be used as a holiday home.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Sal Cape Verde.
Bedrooms - 3
Bathrooms - 3
Distance from Santa Maria - 5 minutes
About the Area:
Sal is an island in Cape Verde. it belongs to the northern group of islands, called Barlavento, and comprises a single administrative division, the municipality of Sal.
The island is 29.7 km long and 11.8 km wide. its area is 219.8 km2. it is one of the three sandy eastern islands (Sal, Boa Vista and Maio) of the archipelago, with white sandy beaches.
The island is fairly flat; its highest point is Monte Grande, at 406 m elevation. The uninhabited islet ilheu Rabo de Junco lies near the west coast of Sal.
Saline marshes can be found in the Pedra de Lume crater and north of Santa Maria.
Sal island has on average 350 days of sunshine a year. Winds mainly blow from the northeast. However, some days do also have clouds, but they tend to be scattered and seldom bring rain. The 'rainy season' is from July to mid-October, although rainfall is still low.
Sal's main town, Espargos, is home to one of the nation's international airports. Tourism, focused on the area of Santa Maria, has replaced salt and fishing as the main source of income.
The living standards on the island is among the best in the Cape Verde archipelago.