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Praia de Verandinha

Praia da Verandinha, located on the island of Boa Vista in Cape Verde, is a hidden gem that enchants visitors with its stunning natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere. Tucked away from the bustling tourist spots, this beach offers a secluded and pristine escape for those seeking serenity and picturesque surroundings.

As you step onto Praia da Verandinha, you’ll be greeted by a pristine shoreline adorned with soft golden sand. The beach is embraced by the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean, creating a captivating contrast against the vibrant blue skies. The gentle waves lapping the shore invite you to dip your toes in the refreshing waters and soak up the idyllic coastal ambiance.

What sets Praia da Verandinha apart is its rugged and dramatic landscape. The beach is flanked by towering cliffs and rock formations, which add a sense of grandeur and seclusion to the area. These natural features not only provide a stunning backdrop but also offer opportunities for exploration and discovery.

One of the highlights of Praia da Verandinha is the stunning natural arch that emerges from the cliffs and stretches out into the sea. This unique geological formation, sculpted by wind and water over time, adds a touch of intrigue and serves as a captivating focal point for photographers and nature enthusiasts.

Praia da Verandinha is a haven for those seeking solitude and tranquility. With its less-crowded nature, you can find a quiet spot to unwind, read a book, or simply bask in the sun while enjoying the soothing sound of the waves crashing against the shore. It’s an ideal beach for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature.

Entrance Fee

This attraction requires an entrance fee of 3€ per person. Entry is FREE for children and Cape Verdean nationals and immigrants with a valid ID Card.

For the best viewing experience

Since it’s a natural effect caused by the sun, it is important to view the Blue Eye on a sunny day when the sun is at its highest point between 11am and noon.