|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Located in a small and select development of detached villas, with panoramic sea views of the Atlantic Ocean, set in a stunning location with mountain back drop on the beautiful island of Santo Antao.
Furnished to a very high standard.
A quiet but not isolated location from which to relax and enjoy the views from the large open plan lounge / dining area or step outside onto the balcony. Or better still, why not enjoy a cool drink on the roof terrace.
Sitting on one of the largest plots, this villa has private gardens with lush vegetation including banana and papaiya trees so please help yourself to the fresh fruit.
Amazing, luxurious villa with fantastic views. It was equipped to the highest standard. The roof terrace was a real sun trap but you could always find some shade too. The pool was a great bonus. It was extremely relaxing and quiet. The little shop, just a few minutes walk up the road, had all the basics. It’s a brilliant base for walking. Fresh fruit grows on the site and we helped ourselves to fresh papaya most days. Shame the bananas were not quite ready!
Santo Antão is the westernmost and largest of the Cape Verdean islands.
It is a beautiful and lush green island with rugged peaks and deep valleys .
Many people are attracted to the islands for the hiking, particularly the Ribeiras and the beautiful scenery.
You can appreciate the stunning views with spectacular drives along the coastal roads which provide access to the ravines and gorges containing lush vegetation.
Lombo Branco Village is located about 1.5km up a mountain road from Sinagoga and is sign-posted from the main coastal road. The main nearest towns are Ribeira Grande and Paul which provide local services, banks, fuel, supermarkets, restaurants and medical facilities.
There is a small local supermarket 5-10 mins walk away from the village that supplies are the basics.
The tallest mountain is Topo de Coroa, reaching a height of 1,979 m which can afford spectacular views above the clouds.
The island’s main town is Ponta do Sol on the north coast and the ferry port is Porto Novo on the south coast.