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4 reasons why Tagomago is the ultimate Spanish summer romance

One of Dubai’s most popular new leisure attractions, Tagomago, immediately gained popularity after it opened last year. With its Ibizan flair, seductive sea vistas, and authentic Mediterranean gastronomy, the beachside Middle Eastern home of la vida espaƱola attracted the city’s sophisticated sunseekers.

Set in the face an artificial archipelago of Palm Jumeirah, this is Dubai’s own haven of Spanish tranquilly, named after an unspoilt island that can be seen from the shores of Ibiza.

These are some of the reasons why we will stay both emotionally and irrevocably tied to Tagomago for the foreseeable future, even though this year’s additions have only heightened that Iberian attraction.

The beach and new (adults-only) pool

Tagomago’s new “floating pool,” which draws inspiration from the sophisticated hedonism of the Balerics, is a private, refreshing haven of tanned beauty, perfect for sun-kissed getaways and seductive sip-sits by the shoreline. Would you rather have the same colour scheme as the sky above golden sands? The exclusive Tagomago beach is still a popular destination for Dubai’s still-amazing-at-wet-set crowd. Both are open every day from 10 a.m. to sunset (the pool section is only for those over 16), and drop-in combos for the beach and pool start at Dhs200.

It offers a true taste of the Mediterranean

Even though the rain in Spain tends to stay in the plane, Sprain’s mains at Tagomago rightfully reign supreme. A feast for the senses, featuring exquisite seafood, flame-flecked grills, and small tapas platters typical of the Malagan region. Tasting menus featuring hot steaks and sharing platters, along with a Catalan Costa filled with the most decadent desserts are all available.

The vibe is always on

Not only has Tagomago faithfully reconstructed the Baleics in Dubai, but the fact that Ibiza season is year-round in Dubai adds to its allure. Tagomago is open year-round and offers beach vibes, snacks, transportive beats, and fuego nights in January, July, October, and December.

Hospitality excellence is in its genes

The Midas-touch hospitality group, who are behind numerous renowned Dubai businesses, is the group behind Rikas, the company behind Tagomago. This understanding helps to explain the reason for Tagomago’s remarkable charm and success. The esteemed Rikas collective includes Mimi Kakushi, Chez Wam, Twiggy, La Cantine, Ninive, Lana Lusa, Kyma Beach, Xu, Eugene Eugene, and more.

Tagomago, Azure Residences, Palm Jumeirah, restaurant 12 p.m. to 1 a.m. daily, beach 10 a.m. to sunset.

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