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Scorpios sits on its own peninsula on the south of the island, overlooking the deep blue Aegean Sea. The 6,000-sqm-beach property offers a place to chill out, enjoy the ocean breeze and eat fresh Greek delicacies. It comprises a boutique hotel with its own restaurant and nightclub, all crafted from local natural materials.

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All shelters are built from a combination of local whitewashed stone and wood, paying homage to classic Cycladic architecture. Annabell Kutucu, in charge of the interior decoration, worked around a ‘simple leisure’ theme that celebrates traditional craftsmanship and organic materials. She filled both indoor and outdoor spaces with straw furniture, knitted hammocks, rough wooden chairs and wicker baskets to create a slice of paradise on earth.

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