hat can be more magical than dancing barefoot on golden sand while watching the sun set over Mykonos? Thomas Heyne and Mario Hertel, the duo behind the world-famous Paradise Club and San Giorgio Mykonos, had this in mind when they conceptualized Scorpios Mykonos.
Perched by the azure Aegean Sea and overlooking Paraga and Kavos lagoons, the Scorpios beach and restaurant espouses the concept taken from the ancient Greek adora: a meeting place for the athletic, spiritual, artistic, and political. Scorpios’ founders believe in creating unforgettable experiences for its guests.
Whether you’re looking to relax in cabanas by the beach, or party it up under a full moon, Scorpios has something for everyone. The sprawling, 6000 sqm property is made out of four major spaces. Sunset Beach is the ultimate place for rest and relaxation with its luxurious wooden cabanas, hammocks, and lounge chairs. Sunset Terrace and Nomad’s Terrace, both situated high above the water, offer stunning views of Paraga Beach, and are the go-to spots for mixing and mingling with other guests.
Finally, the House, a weather-worn stone house with classic white washed stone accents and a mixture of 1960s Greek glamour and contemporary modernism, is a good place to escape from the sun, eat, drink, and shop. At the center of the House, a rustic restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea offers farm to table dining with the best local ingredients.
But what makes Scorpios even more unique are the day’s events centered around music. Tunes begin at 2:30 PM straight through to 2 AM: ethnic sounds, world folklore, Detroit house, Berlin sounds, and global dance music. The most popular beach party to catch is the Sunset Ritual at Sunset Beach. First launched in Ibiza by Anane & Louie Vega, these world-class DJ beats will make you get your groove on as you watch Helios kiss the waves goodnight on this beautiful Greek peninsula.
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