Beauty unfolding before your eyes. Cavo Tagoo is a unique luxury hotel near Mykonos town, built into an impressive natural cliffside. With its luxurious barefoot chic aesthetic, it's distinctive architecture, versatile services, and respect for traditional elements, Cavo Tagoo unfolds as an unparalleled experience to its guests.
About this Destination
Located 5 km from Fira and 6 km from Oia, the Cavo Tagoo Santorini is an exclusive all-suite hotel offering luxurious accommodation, sunset views and personalized services. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
The modernly decorated suites feature either a hot tub or a private pool, designer items and include a 43" flat-screen TV with satellite channels, DVD player and a veranda or terrace.
The Ovac sea-view restaurant serves Mediterranean fusion cuisine in its elegant interior or at the terrace, while guests can also enjoy cocktails, refreshments and light meals at the hotel's pool bar. Cavo Tagoo Santorini can arrange boat trips to nearby islands and private daily cruises. The hotel also offers car hire via concierge. The hotel’s 24-hour front desk can arrange babysitting, laundry service and newspaper delivered to your door.
The nearest airport is Santorini (Thira) Airport, 10 km from Cavo Tagoo Santorini.
Religion plays an important role in the understanding of daily culture. The 98% of the Greeks are Christians Orthodox. The rest of the population are Muslims, Roman Catholics, and Jewish. Greece and Russia are the only countries to have such a big proportion of Christians Orthodox.
Literature and theatre was an important aspect of Greek culture and influenced modern drama. The Greeks were known for their sophisticated sculpture and architecture. Greek culture influenced the Roman Empire and many other civilizations, and it continues to influence modern cultures today.
The official language of Greece is Greek, spoken by 99% of the population. In addition, a number of non-official, minority languages and some Greek dialects are spoken as well. The most common foreign languages learned by Greeks are English, German, French and Italian.
The currency in Mykonos is the euro, as in other European Union countries. The euro is divided into 100 cents. There are eight different coins: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent, and 1 and 2 Euro. There are seven different bank notes, for the following amounts: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Euro.
Weather and Climate
Greece has a typical Mediterranean climate, which lends itself to mild and often wet winters and dry summers. The country is mostly sunny throughout the year. ... While Greek tourism officials fight against the concept that there is ever an "off-season" in Greece, tourism tumbles from November through March.