Tagomago is an island surrounded by cristal clear waters, declared marine national park in 2019  due to a variety of species that inhabit the island as permanent residents or as a resting area on long migrations such as falcons, seagulls, lizards and an array of fish. It only attracts small vessels as it has a limited amount of good anchorages. It’s a great place to enjoy tranquil waters and observe one of the most natural environments in the area. The island is visitable on foot where you can hike to its lighthouse, but be careful not to step on the dozens of lizards!