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A cluster of lava-fired islands tucked away in the mid-Atlantic, approximately 350 miles off the west coast of Africa, Cape Verde is as stunning as it is remote. With Creole Portuguese-African culture, spectacular beaches and traditional morna music, these islands offer an experience like no other.


Non-stop flights from the UK and other major European destinations to the four international airports in Cape Verde makes it an extremely accessible country to overseas visitors. There’s also talk of the nation joining the Schengen Zone, so in the future tourists may not even need a visa to holiday in this island paradise.


With strict government legislation only permitting low-level and low-density projects to go ahead, Cape Verde is fiercely protected from overdevelopment, which is great news for potential investors, as demand is likely to outstrip supply for the foreseeable future – and, of course, because Cape Verde’s natural beauty will continue to dazzle and attract greater numbers of tourists from overseas for years to come.


While the majority of visitors make a beeline for the islands of Sal and Boa Vista, thanks to the incredible diversity of the ten islands that make up the archipelago, there is something for everyone. From island hopping to trekking up mighty volcanoes (notably Pico do Fogo which towers almost 3,000 metres above ground), there is a myriad of outdoor activities. Visitors can also try sailing, diving and windsurfing.


With tourism on the rise, accommodating visitors from abroad is swiftly becoming a priority, and foreign investment is welcomed across Cape Verde. Hotels are popping up across the archipelago, which is great news for investors, as buying a luxury hotel room as part of a fractional ownership deal is a popular way of jumping onto and climbing the property ladder in Cape Verde.


To summarise, Cape Verde is not only an exotic holiday destination, but also full of potential for investors seeking to expand their international portfolios.