|Elevation:||96 m (Monte Grande)|
|Length:||approximately 1.5 km|
|Width:||approximately 600 to 800 m|
|Location:||Cape Verde, north of Brava|
Ilhéu Grande (Portuguese meaning the Big Islet, Cape Verdean Creole, written in ALUPEC: Djeu Grandi) is the largest of the Ilhéus Secos islet group (hence its name), being location in the west part of the group. They are administratively a part of the Brava municipality, and can be seen from the Brava island and sometimes from Fogo island.
The islet is a volcanic seamount and features rocky coastlines. It is mostly barren but has some scattered vegetation. Its length is around 1.5 km from southwest to northeast and the width is approximately 600 to 800 m from east to west.
Nearest islands and islets
- "CV009: Ilhéus do Rombo". Sites - Important Bird Areas. BirdLife International. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
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