Mykonos

Welcome to Mykonos, the jewel of the Aegean Sea!
MYKONOS ISLAND

This stunning island, located in the heart of Greece's Cyclades, is known for its gorgeous beaches, picturesque villages, and vibrant nightlife.

MYKONOS ISLAND is a destination that truly has it all. Relax on the soft sands of Paradise Beach, take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of Super Paradise, or explore the quaint streets of Mykonos Town, where you’ll find traditional whitewashed houses and charming tavernas serving delicious Greek cuisine.

But that’s not all! Mykonos is also home to some of the best nightlife in the world, with famous clubs like Cavo Paradiso and Scorpios drawing in partygoers from around the globe. Whether you want to dance until dawn or sip cocktails while watching the sunset over the Aegean, Mykonos has something for everyone.

And let’s not forget about the island’s rich history and culture. Take a trip to the nearby island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. Or visit the Mykonos Folklore Museum to learn more about the island’s traditional way of life.

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Get ready to experience the nightlife of a lifetime in Mykonos, the island that never sleeps!

MYKONOS ISLAND. This legendary destination is renowned for its vibrant club scene, sophisticated bars, and unforgettable parties that go on until the early hours of the morning.

Start your night at one of the many beach bars that line the island’s stunning shores, where you can sip on refreshing cocktails while taking in the breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. Then head to Mykonos Town, where you’ll find some of the best bars and nightclubs in Greece.

Dance the night away at Cavo Paradiso, a legendary club that has hosted some of the world’s top DJs and performers. Or party like a VIP at Scorpios, an exclusive beach club that’s known for its luxurious atmosphere and stunning views.

If you’re looking for a more laid-back vibe, head to Little Venice, a charming waterfront area in Mykonos Town that’s home to a variety of trendy bars and restaurants. Or explore the narrow streets of the town, where you’ll find hidden gems like the famous Jackie O’ Bar and Caprice Bar.

And don’t forget about the island’s legendary after-parties, which start when the clubs close and continue until the early morning hours. Whether you’re looking for a high-energy dance party or a laid-back lounge atmosphere, Mykonos has something for everyone.

So come and experience the nightlife of a lifetime in Mykonos, where the party never stops and the memories last a lifetime!

A true paradise for sun-seekers and beach-lovers!

MYKONOS ISLAND. With crystal-clear waters, soft sand, and breathtaking views, the beaches of Mykonos are some of the most beautiful in the world.

Begin your adventure at Paradise Beach, one of the most popular beaches on the island. Here you’ll find endless opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and watersports, all set against a backdrop of stunning cliffs and hills.

For a more secluded experience, head to the beautiful Agios Sostis Beach, a hidden gem with calm, clear waters and soft golden sand. Or explore the vibrant atmosphere of Super Paradise Beach, where you’ll find lively bars, restaurants, and clubs set against a backdrop of turquoise waters and white sands.

Other must-visit beaches in Mykonos include Ornos Beach, a family-friendly destination with calm waters and plenty of amenities, and Psarou Beach, a luxurious spot favored by celebrities and jet-setters.

If you’re looking for a more adventurous beach experience, head to Kalafatis Beach, where you can try your hand at windsurfing or kitesurfing. Or visit Lia Beach, a serene cove with crystal-clear waters that’s perfect for snorkeling and diving.

For a touch of history and culture, head to Panormos Beach, where you can explore the ancient ruins of an old Mycenaean settlement while enjoying the sun and sea.

And if you’re looking for something truly unique, visit the small island of Delos, located just a short boat ride from Mykonos. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the region, as well as a wealth of ancient ruins and artifacts that date back thousands of years.

No matter which beach you choose to visit, you’re sure to be captivated by the beauty and charm of Mykonos Island. So come and experience the magic of the Aegean Sea for yourself!

So pack your sunscreen and get ready to soak up the sun in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, MYKONOS ISLAND!

MYKONOS ISLAND

Touring the Island

Chora
The island capital is a typical town of the Cyclades, one that will impress you with its sheer beauty and style. Walk along its narrow backstreets, see the little whitewashed houses with the blue-coloured window frames and the small wooden balconies, the pots of colourful fragrant flowers, the little churches & the museums, pass by the busy shops that line the streets and enjoy your shopping and dining – your options are many.
Visit Panagia Paraportiani Church, the Town Hall, and the Castle on the hill overlooking the harbour. Visit also the Archaeological Museum, the Folklore Collection of Mykonos, and the Aegean Maritime Museum. The Archaeological Museum was established in 1905 and it houses finds from the nearby Rineia Island.
In the warm months of the year, the pedestrian streets of Mykonos – mostly Matogianni – are buzzing with life as there are designer clothes and jewellery boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants to cater for all needs any time of day & night. Go for a stroll in the picturesque harbour area and see the multi-coloured fishing boats moored next to each other.

Among the most popular and beautiful neighbourhoods of the town is Alefkandra or Little Venice. This quarter was built in the 18th century, and the stately homes of the local rich sea captains and traders of that time line the waterfront. The houses are impressive, with bright-coloured balconies and wooden galleries, and as they are washed by the sea they have earned this neighbourhood its second name, with a direct reference to the famous Italian city. Upon arriving at Little Venice you will see the island’s landmark – the imposing windmills, overlooking the Aegean Sea.

Psarou
This is a seaside village, particularly popular with the rich and famous. Visit nearby Platys Gialos where you will see the ruins of ancient towers dating to the Hellenistic Period (late 4th – 1st c. BC). At a 1km distance, there are two beautiful sandy beaches, Agia Anna and Paraga.

Ano Mera
This is Mykonos’ second traditional town, which extends inland around the historic monastery of Panagia Tourliani (a three-aisled 16th c. church with an icon screen that is a masterpiece of wood-carving art). This beautiful picturesque little town, built in the local island style, is located near the centre of the island, along the road towards the northeastern beaches. You’ll find a wide range of traditional tavernas to choose from. North of Ano Mera, in the Ftelia location, you will see the ruins of a Neolithic Age village and a Mycenaean Period tomb dating to the 14th – 13th c. BC. Visit St. George’s Church, the Gyzi mediaeval castle (13th c.) and the Holy Trinity Church. In the castle which dominates the hill, you can see the archaeological remains dating from the 12th c. BC to the 1st c. BC. Enjoy your coffee or your meal at the town square.

Agios Stefanos
It’s a seaside village with a beautiful beach. Visit Agios Stefanos chapel, the Armenistis lighthouse in the Fanari area, and Choulakia, a cove with an impressive pebble beach.

Ornos
This picturesque village has a sheltered little harbour and a lovely beach washed by crystal-clear waters.

Kalafatis
This village by the sea has a small wharf where fishing boats are moored. Its beach is a favourite spot for water sports fans. Visit the archaeological site at Divounia area, and the chapel in Agia Anna location by the sandy beach.

Make sure you also plan a trip to nearby Delos Island. This is a very small island with a huge religious significance for the ancient Greeks, as this was the birthplace of the gods Apollo and Artemis. It’s an awesome large archaeological site you should definitely include in your list of must-visit places!

MYKONOS ISLAND

Transportation

By Plane
Mykonos Airport is located 4 kilometres (2.5 m) southeast of the town of Mykonos and it is served by international flights during summer. The flight from Athens to Mykonos takes 25 minutes.

By Boat
Mykonos is also accessible by boat and ferries. High speed vessels visit daily from the surrounding islands and from Athens.