All-inclusive sun hols in Cape Verde from £658pp including flights – just 5 hours on plane

CAPE Verde should be at the top of your list if you’re looking to escape warmer temperatures and sandy beaches.

We’ve found deals from £658 per person, including flights and accommodation, on an all-inclusive basis.

We've found deals to Cape Verde from £658 per person including flights and accommodation on an all inclusive basis


We’ve found deals to Cape Verde from £658 per person including flights and accommodation on an all inclusive basisPhoto credit: Shutterstock

Cape Verde has an average temperature of 28°C and the best time to visit is between November and April – perfect for escaping the British winter.

To make the deal sound even sweeter, the cluster of ten islands in the Atlantic can be reached in less than six from the UK.

All islands are full of beautiful sandy beaches, adventure activities, water sports and places to explore.

Sal, Praia and Boa Vista are the islands with the most tourists.

Sal has most of the resorts built around its white beaches.

Boa Vista has its own extension of the Sahara, the Viana Desert, with huge white sand dunes and small oases where you can find palm trees and coconuts.

The biggest bargains we’ve found are from TUI with four nights at the Sol Dunas Resort in Sal, Cape Verde, starting at £658 per person.

The hotel has three pools, a collection of bars, a kids’ club, and mini-cinema, making it great for families and adults alike.

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Another great deal we found is a week’s stay at the Hotel Riu Touareg in Boa Vista, starting at £755 per person.

The offer includes your food, drinks and snacks.

The Hotel Riu Toureg has an impressive six swimming pools, including one adults-only pool and four outdoor saltwater pools.

You will also find a nightclub, a spa and a kids’ club there.

If you stay in the adult area of ​​the hotel, you also have access to the exclusive gourmet à la carte restaurant.

Here are the best deals we’ve found for holidays to Cape Verde, all under £1,000 per person:

  • 4 nights all-inclusive at the TUI BLUE Cabo Verde in Sal, Cape Verde – from £745 p.p
  • 7 Nights All Inclusive at Hotel Riu Palace Santa Maria in Sal, Cape Verde – from £974 p.p

It’s worth noting that holiday companies offer you different perks, so check what’s included in the offer before booking your holiday.

If you’re looking for a cheap all-inclusive holiday we’ve found short breaks to Tunisia from £287 per person including flights.

We’ve also rounded up the 10 best all-inclusive hotels with water parks in Greece on TripAdvisor, with deals starting at £402 per person this summer.

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For more holiday deals, Travelodge is still offering thousands of rooms this year from £7.50 a night.

Cape Verde has an average temperature of 28°C


Cape Verde has an average temperature of 28°CPhoto credit: Getty

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