Most Expensive Private Islands


Isla de sa Ferradura, Spain

Isla de sa Ferradura, Spain.

The Isla de sa Ferradura sits in the Bay of San Miguel just off the north coast of Ibiza, Spain. This 14 acre resort island is fully developed with a hacienda, kitchen, pool, bar and even a wine bodega. With 300 days per year of sunshine, and a view of the bright blue Mediterrannean Sea, this truly is living large. Most people will never be able to experience even a vacation here. The island rents out for about US$230,000 per week. Price : US$39,700,000.

 

Cabbage Cay, Bahamas

Most Expensive Private Island - Cabbage Cay, Bahamas.

Cabbage Cay is a private, 35 acre, fee-simple island, located in the World Famous Bonefish flats, within the inner bay of North Eleuthera in the Bahamas. A road has been pushed to the island, so whatever you decide to build on it, your access will be guaranteed for years to come. The island carries up to 24′ elevations. Three sandy beaches, lush vegetation, a protected anchorage area, and abundant exotic wildlife are some of the more amazing amenities. Turtles, fishes and birds abound. Did we mention the sailing is nice in the Bahamas? Price : US$2,500,000.

 

Cerralvo Island, Mexico

Most Expensive Private Island - Cerralvo Island, Mexico.

Cerralvo Island is 60 square miles of undeveloped terrain. The island is mountainous as it was a former volcano. It is located in the Cerralvo Channel, in the Sea of Cortez, off the coast of Baja Mexico. These waters are prime for big game fishing. This massive private island could contain several enormous mansions and you still would never see your neighbors. This sandy beach island gets plenty of warm Mexican weather and sunshine, and offers plenty of privacy, yet is only about 30 miles away from the mainland. Price : US$35,000,000

 

Singer Castle on Dark Island, Canada

Most Expensive Private Island - Singel Castle on Dark Island, Canada.

The island sits in the St.Lawrence river between Ontario, Canada and New York, USA. Dark Island isn’t known for its tropical jungle or white sand beaches. The real gem is the 100 years old castle on the island. It was originally built in 1905 as a hunting lodge family retreat by Fredrick Bourne, the president of the Singer Sewing Machine Company. With towers and secret passages abounding you could literally be your own King of the Castle. The island would be a great getaway from the hustle and bustle, and is still only a short helicopter ride away from New York or Toronto. But it is currently only available for rent. Price available upon request.

 

Necker Island, British Virgin Island

Most Expensive Private Island - Necker Island, British Virgin Island.

Virgin Record’s super mogul Richard Branson took private islands to a whole new level in the late 1970′s by purchasing Necker Island. Branson built an unparalleled resort, that now rents for approximately US$329,000 per week. The island is int the Caribbean and surrounded by a coral reef with extremely diverse sea life. The island hosts pristine beaches and vibrant plant life. Rock stars party here, Hollywood notables and Google founders get married here, and the closest you’ll ever come is on a Caribbean cruise line. The 360 degree open bedroom provide one of the best views of the sunset you’ll ever likely to see. Price : US$47,000 per day.

 

Musha Cay, Bahamas

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Musha Cay is actually 4 private islands owned by renowned magician David Copperfield. The islands are located 85 miles southeast of Nassau, Bahamas, and has its own runaway for top secret celeb landings. This private island resort has 5 houses. The resort offers activities such as snorkling, diving, windsurfing, a gym, and walking paths, but you could always choose to sunbathe on one of Musha’s seven gorgeous private beaches. Also, Copperfield reportedly has found the “Fountain of Youth” on the island. Price : US$32,250 per day for 12 or fewer people.

 

Tetiaroa, French Polynesia

Most Expensive Private Island - Tetiaroa, French Polynesia.

Tetiaroa is located 40 miles north of Tahiti, and is actually an atoll comprised of 12 small islands. The island was made famous by the late Marlon Brando. The island currently has only one full time resident : Teihotu, Brando’s son. The island is mostly undisturbed and boasts a tropical bird sanctuary, but there are currently no accommodations on the island for visitor until the new hotel, aptly named “The Brando” is completed sometime this year. Price : N/A.

 

Ciftlik Island, Turkey

Most Expensive Private Island - Ciftlik Island, Turkey.

Just 250 meters from off the coast line of Turkey in the Agean Sea sits a gorgeous castle-style house, along with a guest house, and servants quarters. One of the few developed island in the region with water, electricity and telephone. Although this island isn’t much for beaches, the sunny, warm weather, the proximity to mainland Turkey and Rhodes, and the finished house put this island right up there with the best in the world. Price : Approx. US$25,000,000.

 

Piedade Island, Brazil

Most Expensive Private Island - Piedade Island, Brazil.

Piedade is only 2.5 hours from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and is one of 365 islands in the Angra dos Reis archipelago. The island is fully developed with a resort, full time staff, and four beaches to choose from. What makes Piedade Island unique is the location. This island is one of the rare private tropical islands outside of the Caribbean, and is a perfect addition to trip to Brazil. Available upon request for rent.

 

Nygard Cay, Bahamas

Most Expensive Private Island - Nygard Cay, Bahamas.

Think Robinson Caruso. This Mayan architecture tree house island is an affluent traveler’s perfect getaway. The Cay lies on the tip of Lyford Cay in Nassau, Bahamas. With waterslides, pools, hot tubs, tennis courts and an 85 foot yacht, this is an adult playground in the rain forest. This is the only way to vacation in the Bahamas. Price : US$42,000 per day.

 

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9 Responses to “ Most Expensive Private Islands ”

  1. Now I know where “the other half” are vacationing. I think my favorite is the castle in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. Very interesting article. Two thumbs up!! :grin:

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  2. I love this islands! I want to have my own private island too! :roll:

    This post gives me holiday feelings! ;) A very cool post!

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  3. Wow, these are awesome. I can’t imagine what one single swoop of a hurricaine would do to some of them. :???:

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  4. I luv Musha Cay in the Bahamas!

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  5. wow, tat the price for ‘private’ :mrgreen:

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  6. If you’re an average person who wants to buy a private island, this site is more realistic, lol:

    http://www.howtobuyaprivateisland.com/

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  7. Good grief, there are people with lots of money in the world, I guess. With some of these islands, though, it seems like one big enough storm and everything would be washed away.

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  8. Well, the one in Turkey is the closest to me.

    Then I just have to find $25,000,000 :-)

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  9. Tetiaroa, French Polynesia

    This one is beautiful, but it looks unreal.

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