On a sun-drenched southern tip of Mykonos, our organic stretch of coastline is a welcoming place where horizons of blue mix with yellows, golds, and pinks born of the generous Cycladic sun.LOCATION
The beachside lair encompasses a sandy beach, open-plan restaurant, and sunset beach for our music rituals. Given the popularity of Scorpios and the current regulations, we have a reservations-only policy this season.REservations
The Scorpios way of life is guided by a fluid set of ideas that span a number of schools and spheres—from healing practices and food to art and design. Encounters is our series of written features, stories, and conversations drawing on the insights of artists and writers, teachers and change-makers from diverse disciplines that lend intellectual substance to the Scorpios experience.
At Scorpios, food is a ritual of its own. This is an informal, intimate food culture that is creative and curious about the world we live in — it calls for slowness and connection, inspiring conversation, wanderlust and laughter. Our agora is built for this way of life.READ MORE
Music can alter the spirit of a place in a split second. It can elate, suppress, and shake the mind into thinking differently. What makes organized sound so powerful in transforming and transporting us as humans?READ MORE
Club culture as the universe of “potential” spaces – the spaces of limitless interactive possibilities and playful experimentation, offering restorative detachment from the so‑called serious activities that fill and often clog everyday lives...READ MORE
Scorpios keeps exploring its various aspects, probing them from different angles and distances — with a particular focus on music as of late. Humankind seems to have an immutable obsession with music, yet only vaguely knows what music is and how it affects us.READ MORE
As Scorpios’ in-house record label, SC Music is intrigued by the phenomenon of synesthesia – how music affects us in ways that are other than auditory; no less it fascinates us how it speaks to us regardless of our differences.READ MORE
The physical objects of a culture can be invaluable storytellers. The ancient Maya immortalized their belief system and much more through arts and crafts, and these traditions are still a fundamental part of the Mayan identity today.READ MORE
In the swinging ‘60s and disco-powered ‘70s, celebrities and tycoons, fishermen and freaks, debutantes and drop-outs were all part of the Mykonos tribe — coming together in a classless, carnival atmosphere where nobody slept before sunrise.
An antidote to the cult of the individual, neotribalism is a fluid configuration of ephemeral tribes, liberated from social conventions and connected by a spirit of spiritual and artistic experimentation. Scorpios is one such tribe.
A new generation is exploring ancient tantric practices through kundalini yoga—a potent spiritual practice and gateway to higher states of consciousness.
Turkish luminary, Mercan Dede’s singular sonic output melds ancient mysticism and musical traditions with contemporary electronic sounds.
Breathwork is becoming increasingly popular among the growing community of seekers who travel the globe in search of powerful new insights and experiences.
The mystical lineage of Sufism uses music and dance to unite with the divine through love - a form of devotion in which performers and audiences lose themselves to the moment.
Scorpios nurtures a diverse creative community, from healers, movement and meditation teachers, and visuals artists to renowned DJs and experimental musicians.
A stone‘s throw away is Soho Roc House, a new hotel and members’ club by Soho House & Co built around a love of food, music, art, and design on one of the most scenic stretches of the island’s coast. The building is characterized by minimalistic architecture, endless sea views, and an aesthetic that encourages guests to embrace the island barefoot.