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Mykonos is best known for its world-renowned party scene and as a hotspot for jet setters, honeymooners and partygoers. This stands in sharp contrast to the myriad whitewashed blue-roofed villages, stunning coastline and rocky landscape. And what better way can there be to experience this island than from one of its gorgeous villas located right in the centre of the action (Mykonos Town), next to the lively sandy beaches of the south coast, or inland in one of its pretty villages, home to winding passageways where you could get lost for days.Traditional Greek villas overlooking the sparkling Aegean Sea
The typical architecture of the Greek islands is famous around the world. Rent a villa with flowered gardens and shining white walls, a real heaven, full of revitalization and luxury, far away from prying eyes, with a private infinity pool and stunning views out to sea. Villas in Mykonos truly are the stuff of a holiday of a lifetime!
Travellers and activities
Mykonos Town is the spiritual home of the party scene in the Greek islands, known worldwide for its huge clubs that never close. Number one on your list has to be the mega open-air club of Cavo Paradiso, where thousands of people boogie to the records of international DJs under the night sky. Looking for a club and lounge bar hybrid? Head for the highly-popular Atsra, which boasts a truly unique atmosphere and character.Mykonos for beach buffs
Mykonos’ fine golden sand beaches make it one of Europe’s most popular summer destinations. Choose from the many ‘party beaches’ in the south of the island, taken over by sunbeds and bars playing loud music, or for a more relaxed vibe, from the many off-the-beaten-track beaches in the island’s north. Looking for complete seclusion? Head for the beautiful Agios Sostis, with turquoise waters and stunning views over the bay.Mykonos for water sports fans
Mykonos is a veritable water sports paradise, with windsurfing, wakeboarding, snorkelling and kite surfing all at your fingertips. For the kids there are various water games such as tube rides, banana boats and pedal boats. Divers are in for a particular treat in Mykonos – an island which holds a wealth of treasures and bountiful sea life. Paradise Reef is considered the island’s best diving spot, so what are you waiting for?!
Mykonos has two of the best 20 clubs in the world, as voted by DJ magazine, so if it’s nightlife you are looking for, you have found it!
Sitting on the coast just outside Little Venice in Mykonos Town lie a row of iconic white and brown windmills. Previously vital for the island’s wheat-based economy, they are now one of the most photographed attractions on the island, and are free to visit!2. Step back in time at Lena's House
Lena’s House is an authentic sample of a Mykonian middle-class family house from the 1800s, and hosts a fine collection of local furniture from that era. A must see experience that takes you back to yesteryear and gives you a feel for what life was like before tourism discovered Mykonos.3. Pig out on the local food
Some of the island’s specialities include kopanisti, a refreshing spicy cheese spread, ksinotiti, the island’s famous sour cheese, and louza, thinly sliced and slightly spicy pork. Also make sure to try out the refreshing salads, fresh seafood, and honey-soaked baklava. Delicious!4. Amble around Mykonos Town
Lose yourself in the labyrinthine streets lined by white houses, blue doors and windows and colourful bougain villas of Mykonos, the largest town on the Greek island and centre of the action. Finish up in the area of Matogiania with its chic shops and trendy bars.5. Take in some medieval Mykonos heritage
Church Panagia Paraportiani is probably the most important architectural and religious monument in the Cyclades islands. This is a truly iconic Greek church and one of the most photographed sights in Greece.6. Go on a shopping spree along Matogianni
Matogianni is the busiest alley in Mykonos, home to a gaggle of luxury stores, international clothing brands, jewellery boutiques, and works of art. This is the island’s hotspot, and when you finish your shopping there are a profusion of cafes, bars, and taverns to choose from to sit back and soothe your aching feet.7. Explore Little Venice
The colourful seaside town of Little Venice is like something from a painting or a Hollywood movie. Watch the waves crashing a few feet away as you sip a drink and contemplate your glorious holiday in this truly astounding part of the world.