TAGOMAGO, near IBIZA
Tagomago is a private island just off the north-east coast of Ibiza. The main bay is a beautiful calm bay with turquoise water and great snorkelling.
There is one private home on Tagomago and the rest of the island is uninhabited. This is the main bay on the east coast and there is another bay on the west coast.
39° 1′ 41″ N, 1° 36′ 26″ E
WIND & SWELL
Tagomago offers great shelter to northerly or easterly winds, whereas most of the east coast of Ibiza is open.
ANCHORING / SEABED
Very limited spots to anchor over sand. Small boats with 1m draft can tie up to concrete blocks resting on the sand seabed very near to shore. The rest of the bay is covered in seagrass and the vigilante service check your anchor and chain and will ask you to move if you touch the posidonia.
There are no mooring buoys available at Togomago.
This is a private island, so whilst there is a jetty, it is forbidden to land.
No beach here.
FOOD & DRINK
Tagomago does not have any cafes. There once was a famous chiringuito here which closed many years ago.
The island of Tagomago does not have any shops.
THINGS TO DO
Chillout on the boat and swim in the warm clear water.
It’s an island and only reachable by boat. Or by helicopter if you have one!