Amílcar Cabral International Airport (IATA: SID, ICAO: GVAC), also known as Sal International Airport or Amílcar Cabral Airport, is the principal international airport of Cape Verde.
Latitude and longitude of Espargos
Espargos is the capital city of the island municipality of Sal, Cape Verde. Espargos means "asparagus" and refers to the wild vegetable asparagus stalk with its bright yellow flowers which grows in sandy areas around the island. It is situated in the heart of the island, close to the Amílcar Cabral International Airport.
Latitude: 16° 45' 18.86" N
Longitude: -22° 56' 40.56" W
Articles of interest in Espargos
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Sal (Portuguese for “salt” — from the mines at Pedra de Lume) is an island in Cape Verde. It belongs to the northern group of islands, called Barlavento, and comprises a single administrative division, the Sal municipality.
Pedra de Lume (also Pedra do Lume,[source needs translation] Cape Verde Creole: Pedra di Lumi) is a village in the northeastern part of the island of Sal, Cape Verde. The village is situated on the east coast, about 5 km east of the island capital E…
Palmeira (Cape Verde Creole: Palméra) is a village in the northwestern part of the island of Sal, Cape Verde. The village is situated on the west coast, about 4 km west of the island capital Espargos.
Terra Boa (Portuguese meaning the "good land") is a remote village in the northern part of the island of Sal, Cape Verde.
Ilhéu Rabo de Junco is an uninhabited islet near the west coast of Sal Island, Cape Verde.
Monte Grande (Portuguese meaning “big mountain”) is a mountain in the northern part of the island of Sal in Cape Verde. It is situated 8 km northeast of the island capital Espargos. At 405 m elevation, it is the highest point of the island.
Buracona (Cape Verdean Creole: Brakona) is a cape and a small bay located in the west of the island of Sal in Cape Verde. The cape is approximately four km west of the island capital of Espargos. The point is accessed with the road linking with Palm…