|Municipality:|| Porto Novo|
|Distance from the island capital:|| about 60 km west of|
Porto Novo (via road)
| Atlantic Ocean|
around 5 m
''Monte Tope de Coroa, north
Monte Trigo (Capeverdean Crioulo, (written in ALUPEC): Mont’ Trig’) is the entire Africa's westernmost community and settlement in the island of Santo Antão located in the western portion in Cape Verde.
The mountaintop of Topo da Coroa, Africa's (including the mainland) westernmost mountain. The westernmost point in all of Africa is located to the east, metres from its second westernmost point and is the closest distance to another nearest point of any continent in the world.
The mountains dominate the area around the village, farmlands groves dominate the village areas and are located in slopey surfaces but not within the coastline. grasslands with barren rocks and bushes covers the rest of the area. The mountain cliffs lies around the area as well as cliffs by the coastline in the northern and the southern parts of the area. Palm, dragoeiro and other types of trees are sporadically founded in the valley area. Forests dominate a small tract of land.
The village is in the island's low class. Most of the houses are built with mud-brick and stone, the rest are built with either steel reinforced concrete or with stone and wood. All of its population are farmers and are based in agriculture where banana plantations, pineapple and other crops are common. Rarely any farm are in the form of paddies and stone walls. However, a part of the needy materials comes from the island capital, the island capital and the diaspora. But for other needs, electricity, communications and appliances are partially available in the area as well as phone lines since the late-20th century. A part of the necessities also comes from the island capital.