A quick 10 minute boat or helicopter ride from Ibiza’s chic bars, clubs and beaches, Tagomago offers an exquisite, utterly private getaway for guests looking to unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the White Isle.
The island’s sole residence is home to five lavishly furnished, contemporary rooms with spa-style en-suite facilities and floor to ceiling windows – which, alongside the numerous surrounding terraces, each offer unparalleled panoramic views of the Ibizan coastline. With nine staff members ready to cater to every want and need, guests can unwind knowing that their stay is in safe hands.
When not secreted away in the villa, guests can relax on the double poolside cabanas, or make use of the island’s own yacht to get to and from neighbouring Formentera and Ibiza. Enjoy spectacular sundowners from one of the romantically rustic pathways leading around the island, or dive into the surrounding Mediterranean waters where shoals of colourful fish and impressive rock formations await.
Price is per person, based on 10 sharing the villa and includes flights, 7 nights accommodation with full board and private transfers.
A speedboat, jet ski equipment, a selection of outdoor sports and a team of service staff including island manager and private chef are also included. Yachting excursions are at an additional cost.Make an Enquiry
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for the Canary Islands is generally between the months of May to June and September, high season is from October to April and July and August. In mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands low season is from October to May, with high season from June to September. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
Mainland Spain’s climate varies from temperate in the north to dry and hot in the south. Spring and autumn are pleasant and warm whereas July and August are hot, particularly inland. In Mallorca sunshine and warm temperatures are the norm from April to October with the cooling influence of the sea preventing excessive temperatures during the peak summer months, winters are mild and dry with occasional showers. Tenerife and Gran Canaria are year-round destinations, the climate being constantly warm for most of the year with July and August being hot.