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Porto Antigo II

from £43 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:

Good 3/5

2 reviews

from £43 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:

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Porto Antigo 2, beachside.

Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

Porto Antigo 2 is a brand new complex located directly on the main and nicest beach in Santa Maria. The complex is very central, so all amenities such as shops, bars and restaurants are all a short stroll away. The complex has an attractive pool with sun deck which leads directly onto the beach. A short stroll along the beach and you arrive at the town pier, which is always a hive of activity. Here all the locals congregate, whether it be to play football or watch the fishing catches coming in.

Our one bedroom apartment has one of the best locations on the complex, as it is situated on the ground floor by the pool and with uninterrupted panoramic views of the ocean and beach. You can see on the pictures, it is the apartment with the outside walls clad with natural stone. The 1 bedroom apartment has a double bed in the bedroom and a double sofa bed which can sleep an extra 2 guests. The living room has a comfortable sofa and wicker chairs, a dining room table for four and a kitchen area. You have sea views from sitting in the sofa - you don't even have to get up! The kitchen has a gas hob, sink and fridge freezer.. The bathroom has a walk in shower, sink, bidet and toilet.

Outside, the terrace overlooks the pool, beach and ocean. This is a front line location. There is a table and chairs on the terrace.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Sal Airport 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Sea view
Pool Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
General Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace
Access Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

The apartment sleeps up to four as the living room has a comfortable double sofa bed.

The Ilha do Sal region

Floating off the west coast of Africa, ten barefoot island paradises wait to whip your breath away. Each one is dramatically different, from bounty-like blonde sands backed by jungle-like scenery to volcanic monochrome landscapes peppered with pastel-painted towns.

Yes, the beaches are mind-bogglingly gorgeous. And the colourful blend of cultures from Africa, Portugal and Brazil will have you charmed from the moment you arrive. But there's more. This far-flung holiday hotspot has yet to have gained a mass tourism following. Think the untouched Caribbean.

Santa Maria

The food in Cape Verde will have your taste buds tingling in no time, with an exotic mixture of African, Portuguese and Brazilian cuisine.. And if you’re a fan of seafood, you’re in for a real treat. Not only is it mouth wateringly delicious - it’s extremely reasonably too. Tuck into charcoal grilled lobster, juicy giant prawns, tasty octopus, and of course, the fresh fish catches of the day. If you’re up for giving some local specialities a go, try bife de atum, tuna marinated in spices and vinegar or bacalhau, dried cod. Other Cape Verdian specials include the national dish catchupa, a stew-like dish made from corn, beans and chorizo, particularly good with a bottle of locally produced Manecome wine.

Santa Maria has an excellent selection of places to eat, from restaurants serving traditional dishes and tapas bars to pizzerias and Italian eateries. Although much of Cape Verde’s nightlife is low-key and often hotel based, the local’s lively spirit comes out to play after dark. Their philosophy is ‘the more the merrier’ so whether you join them shimmying to live music at a bustling bar or sip ponche, firewater laced with honey, at a lively cafe, their energy and love of life is contagious.

In fact, the more locals you talk you, the more invitations come flooding your way. Whatever you do, don’t leave without experiencing what has often been dubbed the most beautiful music on earth. The unique Cape Verdian morna music unravels seductive, upbeat Latin rhythms that will have your toes tapping and heels clicking in no time.

In Santa Maria, you’ll find a serene beach bar or two where you can sit listening to the waves crash in, a good handful of vibrant pubs filled with animated tourists and locals alike or if you want to be where it’s at, head for local night hotspot ‘The Pirata’.Cape Verde certainly isn’t the place to shop ’til you drop, but if peeking your head around colourful doorways to see what you find sounds like your kind of retail therapy, then you’ll love shopping here.

Santa Maria’s charm lies in its cobbled streets, which are buzzing with atmosphere, whether it’s children playing an impromptu game of football or upbeat music drifting from a paveside cafe. In addition to the two banks and supermarket, a delightful mixed bag of shops await you, from surf places selling beach gear to rustic makeshift shops painted in every colour of the rainbow where you can buy intricately carved wooden masks and brightly coloured canvas’ by local artists. Have a browse, and maybe a barter, at the indoor market which is bursting with jewellery, clothing and fresh produce stalls, and don’t miss the Centro de Artesanato, an arts and crafts store with shelves full of elegant ceramic pieces and leather goods.

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5 Mar 2013


"Super place, poorly equiped."

David & Christine BARKER. We have just returned from a week in Santa Margerita in the Cape Verdes. We stayed in apartment 17b in Porto Antigo II. Our assessment follows. The location is excellent, the ground floor apartments are very convenient and ideally situated for what we required. However the equipment and condition of the apartment left a lot to be desired, such as: - One light fitting had no shade or bulb. Two other light fittings had dud bulbs in them, the living room lights were controlled by two switches, either one should turn them on or off. One switch was inoperative and it was a game of try, try, try again to get them to switch on or off. There was a brand new toaster, but it had the wrong plug on it that would not fit any of the sockets. There were only two decent sized teacups. There were six of the tiny coffee ones but one of those had a broken handle. There was only one wine glass and two tumblers. There were no eggcups, a very small matter, but we do like a boiled egg in the morning sometimes. The bidet was only used once by us, it leaked all over the bathroom floor, so was not used again, but as we never normally use one it did not inconvenience us. In the evening there was often a smell of sewage drifting past, not pleasant if you like to sit in the veranda having a drink. We reported the situation regarding the bulbs, the toaster, the cups and the glasses to the girl who seemed to be in charge having given us our key. After another two requests we got the light bulbs replaced and six wine glasses and some good coffee cups. We never got anywhere with the toaster even tho’ I left it on her desk after showing her the incorrect plug. Most times when we tried to talk to her the office was shut. When we did get to her, the excuses were more abundant than the help. When we first arrived and asked for the key she did not seem to have any idea we were coming and talked to her companion in Creole, excluding us from what was going on. It would be much more pleasant if there was more welcoming English speaking person in charge if English folk are the main occupants. Conclusion; Great location, wonderful climate, good restaurants nearby. Badly let down by the service and equipment. If we went again we would look for a different apartment in the same location.

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    Alex van Leeuwen (Ocean Club Holidays Ltd) (Property Manager Ocean Club Holidays)

    • 8 Years listed

    95% Response rate

    Calendar last updated:18 Jul 2015

    Based in United Kingdom

    Languages spoken
    • English
    • French
    • Spanish
    • German

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    +44 (0) 1798 875703

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