Praia de Santa Mónica (last part: Portuguese meaning Saint Monica, Capeverdean Crioulo: Praia di Santa Mónika, São Vicente: Praia d' Santa Mónica) is a point beach covering the southwestern coastline of the island of Boa Vista in Cape Verde. Its total length is approximately 18 km and it extends from the island's westernmost point (Varandinha) to the island's southernmost point. The beach are accessed with remote roads and it is not usable due to the desert area and underpopulation. The area around are flat and bushy, the mountains dominate the area to the north.
It was once called Porto Português, the first landing of the Portuguese on the island. The beach is an important for laying turtle eggs, which considers itself a protected area. The point offers a view of the Atlantic Ocean as well as its nearby area, the island of Maio can also be seen.