The hill (or peak of) St. Anthony, with 379 m of altitude, is the second highest peak of the island of Boa Vista, in the archipelago of Cape Verde. It has volcanic origin and is located 20 km southeast of Sal Rei.Located near Rocha Estância and west of Monte Estância, one of three beautiful geographical island, a beautiful morphological with semicircular base height located in the plane of Alcanza with differences in altitude at 320 meters. It is part of a protected natural area in Cape Verde under the status of a natural monument, which is why it describes geological and geomorphic characteristics.
The upper part of the mountain is composed of rocky material, notably basalt. The view of the mountain varies, its width is from east to west and short from north to south, the height of this portion is about 25 meters to the northeast and 50 meters to the southwest, where the summit is. To the west of the foot is a tiny village. It also protects remarkable endemic plants and flowers. Up there it has panoramic views of much of the island and parts of Maio and São Nicolau.