The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Regional Integration informs that, after the necessary internal procedures, both in the European Union and in Cape Verde, have been concluded, the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde amending the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde on the facilitation of the issuance of short-stay visas for citizens of the Republic of Cape Verde and the European Union, enters into force on 1 July 2022.… Read More
In the coming months, the town of Pedro Vaz will receive the “tourist villages” project from the City Council, as a way of dynamising that village, which over time has been losing its population.
The idea is to transform that village into “a real point of tourist interest”, through the project that will be implemented in partnership with the Tourism Fund, with a view to stopping the exodus rural area that can be seen in that village, with the departure of his youth to other parts of the island and the country.… 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
Little Africa Maio is a new destination, unique, of a high level and 100% Cape Verdean.
Inclusive destination, cultural, business, with a component of residential and work tourism (tech / on line). HUB AFRICA, the window from Africa to the world and from there to the continent.… Read More
French investors plan to set up a hotel unit with 60 suites in Porto Inglês, on the Cape Verdean island of Maio, in a €7.2 million investment that will create 60 jobs locally.
According to the government dispatch that grants special status such as tax benefits to the installation by the developers, the investment involves the construction of a hotel that offers high-end tourism and responsibility under the ‘Adults Only’ concept.… Read More
The Cape Verdean Prime Minister, Ulisses Correia e Silva, today highlighted the impacts of the largest private tourist investment ever in the country, of 500 million euros and which will create more than 4,000 jobs on the island of Maio (Ilha do Maio, Cabo Verde).… Read More
The island of Maio is preparing to receive Spanish investments called Little Africa in the order of 550 million euros. The project estimates to create more than 10,000 jobs on the island in the long term, and will be a “unique project” that focuses on the environment and ecotourism in Cape Verde.… Read More