The Minister of the Sea, Abraão Vicente, visited this Monday, the 4th, the works of the port of Maio and assured that the port will be inaugurated in the month of July to serve both the island of Maio and … Read More
The creation of the Special Economic Zone on the Cape Verdean island of Maio, approved today in parliament, will allow the private promoter to move forward with the largest tourist development in the country, worth 500 million euros, guaranteed by the Minister of Finance.… Read More
The Cape Verdean island of Maio will have a Special Economic Zone to promote tourist ventures and the development of an international business platform, providing tax exemptions and free or tax-free zones to attract investors.… Read More
Ulisses Correia e Silva, today inaugurates a desalination plant in Maio, the largest in the country powered by renewable energy, and which will more than double the availability of water on the island.… Read More
The European Union (EU) will finance a development program for the Cape Verdean island of Maio, to reinforce the model of sustainable tourism and integrated with the local community.… Read More
The rangers are already on the ground and carrying out their first activities, focusing on signalling the points that delimit the various existing protected areas on Maio (Cape Verde) island.… Read More
We have a concentration of almost 150 shipwrecks on the islands of Cape Verde, which still need to be studied in-depth, but above all for protection. Hence, at this stage, we are in no great hurry to turn it into a tourist product in the short term, until we have the necessary conditions to do so.… Read More
CV Interilhas awaits Cape Verdean certification to put ship “Dona Tututa” into service.
The directors of CV Interilhas (CVI) assured today that the vessel “Dona Tututa” is in the final stages of preparation for entering into service for the inter-island connections in Cape Verde, after the certification process.… Read More
On Ilha do Maio Águas e Energias do Maio (AEM) has already started producing water using one hundred percent photovoltaic energy, an investment that will reduce production costs by around 65%.
This investment happened at a “good time”, since the country and the world are facing an increase in the price of oil and its derivatives and, consequently, an increase in electricity bill.… Read More
Transportes Interilhas de Cabo Verde (TICV), owned by the BestFly group, today resumed domestic air connections in the archipelago, with more than 400 passengers transported and an occupancy rate of 66%, disclosed the company.… Read More