Cayo features 74 luxury rooms and villas with spacious outdoor areas and private swimming pools, offering seclusion and tranquility. All rooms offer beautifully designed amenities and exceptional products.
The decoration and furniture has been designed by Italian architect Gian Paolo Venier.
“Advanced and traditional techniques seamlessly blend with the resort’s surroundings and the Cretan archipelago. The resort’s unique architecture achieves optimal view of the surrounding hills and the nearby Spinalonga islet, a UNESCO World Heritage List nominee,” says Cayο’s management.
In addition, the bioclimatic design achieves optimal air and light exposure throughout the resort.
Gastronomy and wellness
Apart from prime accommodation, Cayo also provides its guests with an array of gastronomy options at its four restaurants.
“An abundance of flavors, colors, and aromas promise to excite the senses through meticulously crafted, beautifully presented interpretations of international and Greek recipes.”
All menus are curated by Greek Michelin-starred chef Lefteris Lazarou.
Furthermore, guests can relax and achieve balance between body and soul at the resort’s Armonia Spa, which features a large heated indoor pool, a steam room, three treatment rooms and a sauna.
Cayo’s state-of-the-art conference center includes three rooms and a foyer ready to accommodate various setups for live, virtual or hybrid events.
In addition, Cayo’s spot on the beach of Plaka comes with sun loungers, umbrellas, friendly staff, and a small clubhouse offering visitors the chance to enjoy the sea.
More information is available at www.cayoresort.com.