Bounty Residence Description:
The Bounty Residence is a new construction building on Sal isle, Santa Maria resort, in the area of Praia Antonio Sousa, a new residential area, 150 meters far from the beach and 250 meters from Josh Angulo Fanatic Mistral Surf center, 10 minutes walking distance to the town center. The building is composed of 14 apartments (studios, two bedrooms apartments, penthouses) all having seaview balconies. They are all furnished in modern style with single or double beds or double sofa beds, dressers, practical and functional accessorized fitted kitchens, large mirror sliding doors wardrobes, spacious bathrooms with wash-basin, wc , bidet and shower box.
Residence Bounty Studio Description:
Cape Verde, Sal isle, Santa Maria resort, accomodation in a new construction studio (2008), 150 meters far from the beach and 250 meters from Josh Angulo Surf Center and Fanatic Mistral Center in the area of Praia Antonio Sousa, seaview balcony: It is composed of a 160x190 double bed with two useful one-drawer night tables, a two-doors dresser, a large mirror sliding doors wardrobe, a practical and functional kitchenette, a table with four chairs, a two-doors fridge, television, fan, a large bathroom with wash-basin, bidet, wc, shower box; the apartment is very cool and bright. Water and electric costs are not included. Keys delivery and assistance on site.
Transport airport / apartment 12 Euro in the day / 15 Euro in the night
Transport apartment / airport 12 Euro in the day / 15 Euro in the night
Towels and sheets supply 2 people 25 Euro optional
Final studio cleaning 20 Euro mandatory
Water and electric expenses about 14 Euro per person for a week, you will pay only the real consumption. Use of water ( 10 Euro per cubic meter) and electricity ( 0,55 Euro per KW)
A 100 Euros deposit will be required and will be given back at your departure before water and electric costs
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Nearest beach||Praia Antonio Sousa 150 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Amilcar Cabral International 17 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Sal island information:
Nearest Airport: Sal at 15 minutes
Nearest Airport: Palmeira at 25 Minutes
The islands of Sal is a popular destination attracting people from all over the world for its water sports including kite surfing , wind surfing and diving. The ocean is home to many species of fish and fishing trips for shark, marlin, tuna and wahoo can be arranged locally at the pier. Watch the locals brind in their catch around midday at the pier where you can purchase fresh fish at a fraction of the cost of that sold in the supermarkets. Enjoy a spot of fishing from the old harbour wall at Porto Antigo which is popular with both young and old. A visit to the salt mines at Pedra de Lume is well worth a trip here you can float in the lake and experience the feeling of weightlessness Island hop to the other islands, each very different either by sea or air Barracuda Tours can arrange tickets they are located close to the pier . Visit the turtle Sanctuary.
Cape Verde enjoys sunshine all year round with temperatures ranging from 24 to 30 degrees with almost no rainfall at all although the island enjoys the same climate as the caribbean , there is no risk of hurricanes and is virtually free of mosquitoes. Sal is most famous for beautiful beaches, the world championships for wind surfing are held on this islands.
The Cape Verde Islands are a group of islands located about 500 kilometres from the west of Africa. There are 10 main islands: Sao Nicolau, Sao Vicente, Santiago, Santa Luzia, Sal, Boa Vista, Brave, Fogo and Maio as well as several islets. These islands were largely uninhabited until about the 1460's when the Portuguese colonised it. They then became a centre for the slave trade as well as a re-supply stop for transatlantic vessels. The marriage of slaves and free Europeans created a mix of cultures and the Creole dialect. In the early years the unpredictable rainfall made life tough on the islands and the emigration of many of the national means that there are a larger proportion of people claiming Cape Verdean ancestry outside of the islands than there are living on the islands. For many years these islands remained largely unheard of but over time and since independence in 1975 the tourist trade has slowly built. Now these little jewels in the Atlantic are becoming a popular and sought after destination for many a traveller. It is easy to see why too. The climate, year round, is conducive to a relaxing and enjoyable stay. The prevailing winds mean that the islands to not become unbearably hot and the ocean remains within comfortable bounds for swimming. There is a sumptuous feast awaiting anybody who deigns to travel here with shellfish of all varieties and sizes on the menu. There are dozens of species of fish readily available to get you taste buds tingling. It is also the stop of for some migratory whales as well as killer whales and dolphin. Also many turtles lay their eggs on the wide open beaches here and so they continually thrive in this area.