Tagomago offers a diverse range of activities, from trekking and birdwatching to swimming, sailing and scuba diving. The island comes equipped with a Mangusta motor yacht, two boats and its own helicopter – which means that Ibiza’s party scene, restaurants and cultural life are just minutes away from your private island retreat. Other activities and events can be organized on request.
DISCOVER IBIZA – JUST A STONE´S THROW AWAY
The private island Tagomago is 900m from the coast of Ibiza coast, just 15 minutes’ drive by boat. The beach and restaurants of Cala San Vincente are close at hand; the north-east of Ibiza includes some of the most beautiful scenery on the island – known as Eivissa in the local dialect, which is close to Catalan. Between the nightlife destinations of Ibiza Town and San Antonio, the rural interior of the island boasts superb scenery – and celebrated restaurants such as La Paloma, with its stunning interiors and gardens, and Can Pau, while Ibiza Town itself is a delight to explore.
Tagomago is a Paradise for divers. From May until September the water temperature is between 20 to 28 °C and you will find huge shoals of barracudas, small fishes and even sharks. The Western Mediterranean underwater world stands out for its impressive landscape with deep cliffs and dramatic rock formations.
Surrounded by deep blue water, Tagomago is ideally placed for enjoying all kind of water-sports. The island has its own private jetty and mooring, and has two boats available for your use, along with jet skis, sailing cruises and boating courses – which can be organized on request.
The seas around this private island make Tagomago perfect for water-sports – or for exploring the island’s coastline by boat or by a stand-up paddle board, on which boarders maintain an upright stance while using the paddle to propel themselves forward. There is no better way of discovering Tagomago’s little bays or getting close to the island’s wildlife.
Tagomago is surrounded by clear water which is well stocked many kinds of fish – although your catch will vary considerably with the calendar. Out of the summer season come the amberjacks and bonitos which make the Balearics a year-round destination for fans of sports-fishing, while in the summer, even the most amateur of fishermen and -women might land some of the many kinds of bream that proliferate here – best enjoyed with a barbecue in a secluded cove or on your private island.