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Cape Verde or Cabo Verde, officially the Republic of Cabo Verde, is an island country spanning an archipelago of 25 islands, 9 of which are uninhabited. Every island has a character all of its own that begs to be explored. 10 of the islands are volcanic providing spectacular landscapes.
The Cape Verde Islands are situated just north of the equator and 400 miles west of Dakar on the African coast. A tropical yet dry climate, volcanic landscapes and an intriguing colonial heritage makes the Cape Verde Islands a fascinating area to explore.
A pleasantly tropical destination, the Cape Verde islands benefit from average annual temperatures of between 24°C and 30°C. In December the average temperature is 27°C. Cape Verde offers long, uninterrupted sunshine hours and low humidity making it a very comfortable warm destination.
Full details can be found at https://www.sundowners.org.uk/events/cape-verde-2020/
Situated just south of Biscay in Spain’s northwest it is a verdant region with an Atlantic coastline. Galicia National Park is a pocket cruising ground with offshore islands, stunning anchorages in bays with sandy beaches, warm weather and an incredible history. The western cliffs of Cape Finisterre were considered by the Romans to be the end of the known world. It is a popular destination for the Spaniards but relatively few Brits know about it.
Crystal-clear intense turquoise waters. Beaches with incredibly fine white sand. A lake whose transparent surface enables you to see the wide variety of fish that live there. There are four islands in the archipelago and besides being a fairy-tale setting, is also of great ecological importance. Its stunning landscapes form part of the Islas Atlánticas National Park, outstanding for its rich seabeds and some of the most important colonies of marine birds in the world. The Atlantic Ocean, sand dunes, pine forests, cliffs…
Full details can be found at https://www.sundowners.org.uk/events/galicia-2020/