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The Cape Verde islands are a destination with a difference, a distinctive blend of European and African cultures whose unique hospitality is encapsulated in the Creole word morabeza. These magical islands are soaring in popularity, with property construction, flights and international arrivals rocketing. British and Irish second-home investors are discovering the potential of these beautiful, burgeoning islands and this sixth edition of the Bradt Travel Guide: Cape Verde Islands provides practical details on purchasing property, exploring the spectacular landscape and travelling between islands.
From the long stretches of shimmering, sandy beaches of Boavista to the lush green peaks and valleys of Santo Antão, Cape Verde has something for everybody.
The only travel guide in English is the excellent and up-to-date Bradt Travel Guide. The Guardian "Best guidebook."
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(2) Chapter 1 Perspective
(3) Chapter 2 Practical Information
(4) Chapter 3 Health
(5) Chapter 4 Living and Working in Cape Verde
(6) Chapter 5 Sal
(7) Chapter 6 Boavista
(8) Chapter 7 Santiago
(9) Chapter 8 Maio
(10) Chapter 9 Fogo
(11) Chapter 10 Brava
(12) Chapter 11 Sao Vicente
(13) Chapter 12 Santo Antao
(14) Chapter 13 Sao Nicolau
(15) Appendix 1 Language
(16) Appendix 2 Further Reading
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Aisling Irwin is an ex-Daily Telegraph journalist who has been writing about Cape Verde for ten years. Colum Wilson is a specialist in humanitarian aid; he currently advises the UK government on aid to West Africa.
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