Mykonos is one of the hot-selling tourist destinations of Greece. This gorgeous beach resort is the perfect choice for those looking for peace and tranquility. It offers a wide range of things to do to the holidaymakers of every age. You can walk on the beachside pavement, sign up for a scuba diving session or just relax basking under the sun lying on a seaside parasol. TO stay comfortably in Mykonos, you can choose to stay in a luxurious villa where you can beat the tropical heat in your private swimming pool or you can opt for an all-inclusive hotel that offers plenty of in-house entertainment options. For a lavish stay, a luxury resort with world-class amenities would work well. Whatever your Mykonos plan looks like, you’re guaranteed a vacation full of sea, sun, and sands.
Where to stay in Mykonos
Ideally situated on the western part of this Greek island, Mykonos Town is the main tourist hub bustling with party lovers. This town is so pretty that every lane looks so Instagram-worthy, white buildings with vibrant doors and windows grab the attention of everyone strolling around. The Panagia Paraportiani and The Kastro are where you will feel rustic vibes. Here old churches and stunning Greek architecture will amaze you for sure. A number of cafes and bars along with museums and galleries make it a lively place to hang around.
For those want to vacay in peace during their Mykonos getaway, Agios loans are an ideal choice. Lush, serenity, and peace symbolizes this part of the island and provides a relaxing mood. Imagine your and better half walking hand in hand on a beachside pavement with amber sunset in the backdrop, romantic isn’t it?
Ornos Beach resort is a touristy spot brimming with restaurants and shacks overlooking the azure sea. Crystal-like sands, waves caressing the shores and several holidaymakers soaking up the Greek sun is what you find here.
What to see
Can you imagine a summer holiday without a windy beach? Are you craving for a vacation that holds the blend of sun and sea? If yes, Mykonos is your answer. Super Paradise Beach is the most popular beach situated on the island and is known for the celebrities and glam holidaymakers. For tranquil moments by the seaside, head to Agios Sostis which is the lesser crowded spot. If it’s your family holiday, choose no other than Platis Gialos Beach.
The gorgeous landscape of the melting sun into the cobalt Aegean Sea will make your holiday memorable. Take your beach towel, a pint of chilled beer and have fun.
If you’re a history enthusiast, the 16th-century streets and buildings of Mykonos that showcase Venetian rule are a treat for you. Chora Hill offers exquisite views of the Mykonos.
Mykonos Town is where you will find a lot of bars and clubs, packed with party animals. This is the best place on the island to party until dawn, with choices of vivid music styles playing in neon-lit discos and clubs.
Standard Hóra and Little Venice are known for their nightlife and cool cocktails. For quiet evenings, you can head to some sassy Piano bars or lounge bars.
What to eat
Mykonos is a paradise for foodies, ranging from local seafood to continental and European to Asian, you will find them all. Beachside shacks offer some live counters and barbecues, where you can pick your favorite seafood, grill, and enjoy with your fellow travelers.
Mykonos town will you major shopping goals, beautiful showpieces, fashion items, and handbags. Take a retail tour to smaller villages where you will find small stores that sell local artist pieces with an authentic Greek feel. Beach shacks situated along the seafront sell all the beach things such as swimwear, hats, inflatables, sunblock cream and towels.
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