As exclusive as it is cool, Cavo Tagoo is what put Mykonos on the map.
Once an unsuspecting quarry, Cavo Tagoo beach club helped to bring Mykonos onto the superyacht scene following its renovation in 2007.
One of the first established complexes to peer out on the sea from the island’s hillside, the beach club has earned a commanding reputation for its chic surroundings and services. It is invariably popular among yacht-goers indulging in Greece yacht charters.
Still very much admired on the island, you can expect to find a host of A-list celebrities gathering around its 38 metre infinity seawater pool, enjoying a selection of cocktails served up from its iconic aquarium bar.
You can expect to find a host of A-list celebrities gathering around its 38 metre infinity seawater pool.
The food is just as in demand, and the way it’s prepared is every bit as exciting. Offering traditional Greek dishes by day, the restaurant transforms into the Kiku Sushi bar by night to cater to all tastes and palates.
Between fine dining and fine drinking, guests are welcome to indulge in the couple’s massage room, the steam bath, and the naturally-lit pool down in the basement. Should none of these offerings capture their imagination, the views from the decking are sure to keep them occupied.
Perfectly accessible to those enjoying a superyacht charter vacation, Cavo Tagoo is situated a mere 500m from the new port. A vital part of the history and luxury of Mykonos, this beach club simply cannot be missed.
Like everything else in Greece, Cavo Tagoo is best experienced during the summer charter when the Mediterranean climate is at its most inviting.
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