Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos is another Greek Island part of the Cyclades Island group in the Aegean Sea, with breathtaking beaches and a lovely town.

Mykonos is very charming and sophisticated and one of most famous hotspot for parties in Europe (the biggest in Greece). Because of that, the island is full of young people partying all day long, sun seekers and couples enjoying Mykonos’s beautiful scenery and romanticism.

The best way to explore the island is renting a scooter because the public transportation is not that good.

I visited the island in August of 2014 coming by ferryboat from Santorini. The island is really picturesque and undoubtedly one of the greatest places to enjoy the European summer.

Some of the things to do in Mykonos are:

Visit Little Venice Quarter 

One of the oldest parts of Mykonos boasting hotels, restaurants, old mansions with colorful balconies and one of the best spot to watch the sunset.

Wander around Mykonos Town (Chora)

The most charming and picturesque part of Mykonos. Its tiny cobblestone streets, white-washed houses full of bougainvillea will enchant you.

Chora is actually one of the best places to stay in Mykonos and it’s so easy to get around the island from there.

See the Windmills

 The most famous landmark of the island, those windmills date back from the 16th century. It’s also another great spot to watch the sunset.

Enjoy Elia Beach

A very nice beach with crystal clear turquoise water, rocky sand and beautiful people. Really good for swimming and relax. There are sunbeds and umbrellas to rent, various water sports, and the beach is also a few steps to Super Paradise Beach. There are no regular buses running from Mykonos town and the easiest way is to take a boat from Platys Gialos.

Admire the Beauty of Platys Gialos Beach

One of the most beautiful beaches, very popular for families and tourists, full of hotels, resorts, and restaurants. Bus service from Mykonos town is very frequent.

Enjoy Super Paradise Beach

Yet another beautiful beach with crystal clear turquoise waters, beautiful rock formations and golden sand. This beach holds two famous clubs: Super Paradise and Jackie O.

Go Partying

Mykonos is a party island and offers a crazy night life and some of the best beach parties in Europe. The parties are really good by the way and you are going to be tempted to come back to Mykonos many times.

∗ Clubs: most of the clubs are in Mykonos town and they are full of young and beautiful well dressed people. The most popular ones are: Scandinavian Bar & Disco, La Notte, Space Club, Astra Bar and Jackie O Bar.

Cavo Paradiso: one of the most renowned summer clubs in Europe, Cavo Paradiso is located left on the hill at Paradise beach, and holds frequent parties with world famous DJ’s.

∗ Beach Parties: the most famous and busy are Paradise Club (easily reached by bus from Mykonos town or by boat from Platys Gialos), Super Paradise Club (you need to take a boat from Platys Gialos because there is no bus service from Mykonos town, however there are vans to take you back), and Jackie O Beach Club (the favorite among gays and is also located on Super Paradise Beach). Parties start at 4:00 PM, are free, full of beautiful people and can get really crazy.

3 thoughts on “Mykonos, Greece”

  1. hello how are you my name is Mylene I am from venezuela and I am going to Santorini and Mykonos, would you recommend me somewhere to stay in Mykonos???? thanks a lot

    • Hello Mylene.
      How are you?
      I recommend to stay in Mykonos town or Little Venice.
      The beaches there aren’t wonderful though but there are tons of restaurants and it’s very easy to get around, specially if you aren’t renting a car.
      Any place walkable distance to this area is fine.
      In my Santorini post there are some suggestions for accommodation. You can book use the links there or if you prefer you can use Booking through this page: https://www.7continents1passport.com/travel-planning/
      There isn’t any additional cost to you and it helps me to keep the blog.
      Cheers and have fun in Greece Mylene.
      Abrazo 😉

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