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Cavo Tagoo Hotel | Mykonos Greece

Cavo Tagoo is a unique 5 star luxury Hotel, located in the main town of Mykonos island in Greece, built along a stunning natural cliff. The hotel was recently purchased and redesigned by Paris Liakos, an award-winning architect. Watery elements were incorporated into all structures of the Cavo Tagoo. Built on a cliff, the dominant external element is natural rock, which was preserved in some of the interior spaces as a natural decorative element. All luxury suites are decorated with minimalist style and have the perfect balance between comfort, luxury and style.



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SATELLITE ISLAND

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