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Where does one start when writing about the most famous island in Greece, if not the world? For more than half a century now, Mykonos has captured global attention and refuses to let go. No other island has attracted as many supermodels, rock stars, not-so-incognito celebrities and wannabes. No other island has as many VIP-carrying mega-yachts dropping anchor and private jets touching down in July and August. No other island can combine extreme archaeological significance and eternal light (Delos) with world-famous pumping nightlife. No other island is Mykonos.
Because this island is much more than its glitzy veneer, it's a way of life. And it is exactly this sparkling façade that puts some people off its magical ambience, imagining it as a brash, ostentatious, overpriced ‘orgy’ of a place. No way!

Mykonos will serve you exactly what you desire to be served. Whether you want a 1,000-euro bottle of champagne or a 1-euro chilled beer, the sunset will look just as jaw-dropping from picturesque Little Venice.

Here, traditional Greek island charm meets ultra-premium accommodation, sophisticated dining, high-end shopping, molecular mixology, and an unimaginable array of service options–but only if you want it to.

At the same time, you can lay your towel on almost virgin beaches with not a soul around, you can buy fresh fish directly from the Aegean Sea early in the morning from the fishermen at the port, you can savour a homemade local cheese pie and a simple frappe (Greek iced instant coffee), while gazing at the sunrise from the island's trademark windmills.

Mykonos has it all: the expensive, the affordable, the touristy, the secluded, the extravagant, the simple, the high-end, the folkloric, the famous, the unknown, the showcased, and the hidden. All is here, but only if you know where to look.

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Mykonos is a foodie’s “holy ground”, as here homemade mama’s dishes and traditional local products coexist in total harmony with high-end cuisine and Michelin-starred chefs’ creations. The way Mykonos' culinary “basket” can include such a plethora of diverse, top-quality dining options in such a small space will never cease to amaze even the island's most savvy regulars. From cult beach taverns with no electricity to high-end, internationally acclaimed, award-wining gourmet restaurants, Mykonos has what it takes to satisfy the cravings of the world's most demanding connoisseurs.

Here you will come across modern Greek dishes, Italian specialities, sophisticated French flavours, spicy Mexican tastes, Asian fusion delicacies, amazing sushi varieties, fresh fish, seafood and oysters still glistening from the Aegean Sea, creative meat-based courses and real organic cuisine created by award-wining chefs who each year “migrate” to the cosmopolitan island to offer total gastronomic freedom to Mykonos’ eclectic crowd.

At the same time, authentic traditional recipes are executed using local home-grown products at traditional taverns, so you can taste local delicacies such as the famous “kopanisti” (a spicy type of cream cheese), which is traditionally served on soaked barley rusks with fresh tomato and cucumber, or the “louza” (a local type of cured pork), which is considered a trademark, along with the Mykonian sausages. 
 
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  • The increasing number of from-stable-to-table farm-restaurants on the island. Talk about a locavore’s paradise!
  • Homemade “xinotyri” (sour cheese), the “tyrovolia” (types of cheese) and the fresh eggs directly from the chicken coop. Ask around where you can find people selling these products from their homes.
  • The wild chicory that grows amongst thorn bushes, collected by the locals on the hills of Mykonos and on the small island of Rineia. Also the slender wild asparagus, a rare seasonal treat.
  • Farmhouse bread from the bakery of Gioras, the oldest in the Cyclades. Set below the mills, it is hidden in the rocky cliffs and features a built-in wood-oven.
  • The “galaktoboureko” (kind of custard-filled pie) and the famous “loukoumades” (fried dough balls with honey and cinnamon) made by Mrs Irini at the café and pastry shop “Odos Araxame” in Ano Mera. Also the traditional marzipan at Stavrakopoulos and Kiklamino pastry shops. 
  • The coal-grilled steak with the incredible sauce, served before dark at Kiki in Agios Sostis, a tiny tavern that continues to operate without electricity for many years now.
If full days of swimming, sunbathing and dancing at vibrant beach bars and full nights of bar-hopping, clubbing and flirting are not enough adventure for you, then seriously, what is? Ok just kidding. Mykonos is a great place for adrenaline junkies too, as it offers every possible kind of water-sport that comes to mind: kayak, jet-ski, banana boats, tube rides, water-ski, wake-board, wake-skate, wake-surf, snorkelling, parachute water-skiing and kite-boarding are all available on many of the island’s beaches.

Scuba-diving is also quite a hit on Mykonos and experienced divers will take you to visit the famous Anna II shipwreck, the amazing reefs at Kalo Livadi, Agia Anna and Lia, the cavern complex in Tragonissi and other interesting underwater sites. Trekking and hiking were never really popular here, mostly due to the fact that the island never had a developed agricultural sector, so there was no need to create trails and paths through the land. Also, it isn’t all that mountainous (the highest peak is Profitis Ilias at 372m), so there is no climbing as well. However, it has hidden beauties and you can walk from one place to another exploring the “other Mykonos” on your own; the walk from Ano Mera to Lia beach, for example, is quite lovely. 
 
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  • The chance to fly to nearby islands by helicopter, sail to secluded beaches on luxurious boats or go snorkelling in the middle of the Aegean. All of the above and any other wish can come true, all part of the 5-star service most of the island’s resorts and concierges provide. 
  • The amazing night-diving experience at Lia beach.
  • Horse-riding at Fokos and Megali Ammos beach (the latter is also the place for wind-surfing). 
  • Ftelia beach, which for many years has been a meeting point for suntanned, hardcore surfers. 
  • The beach volley tournaments organised on many beaches on the island. 
  • Spear-fishing and snorkelling at the secluded nearby island of Rineia, also known as the “Big Delos”.
If you think that cosmopolitanism and history can’t walk hand in hand, then think again. Mykonos has much more to offer than great beaches, wild parties, amazing food and posh shopping: it has a must-be-explored cultural side that you will love as much as the lobster risotto at Psarou.

First and foremost, whatever you do, do not miss the chance to visit the island of Delos. A small boat will pick you up from the port and take you to this ancient metropolis that blossomed thousands of years ago and is one of the largest open-air archaeological sites in Greece. Ask for a personal tour, so that the charm of the ancient city and its wealthy and glamorous past can unfold before your eyes.

The Neolithic settlement at Ftelia is also of great significance and totally worth a visit, as it dates all the way back to 5,000BC and is considered the most important – if not the only – such ancient site in the Cyclades. The Church of Panagia Paraportiani is also not to be missed, with its unique architectural complex of five churches built during different times in one complicated two-storey construction. It is one of Greece’s most photographed sites.

Just a few metres from the church stands the Folklore Museum, hosted in a two-storey captain’s house said to be the oldest building on the island as it dates back to the Byzantine era. As well as admiring the building itself, here you can also look at Greek folk objects and imported items from shipping routes of the 18th and 19th century. There is also part of the deck of a 19th century sailing boat, which has been reconstructed with all of the museum’s related findings (anchor, cannons etc) put in their functional positions. 
 
More to check out:
  • Classical music under the full moon on Delos. If your visit happens to coincide with a concert, don’t miss the chance. 
  • The Armenistis lighthouse of 1891. Its old mechanism can be seen in the garden of the Aegean Maritime Museum in Hora.
  • The Mycenaean arched tomb, dating back to the late 15th century BC, at the top of a hill in the area of Aggelika. 
  • Lena’s House, a branch of the Mykonos Folklore Museum located in the centre of Hora. This is a characteristic example of a traditional, middle-class, ground-floor Cycladic residence of the past century. 
  • Gyzi Castle at Palaeokastro, in the area of Ano Mera, which dates back to the 13th century and the Venetian era. 
  • The Archaeological Museum, housed in an early 20th century building over the old harbour. In its six halls, one can see a wide collection of ceramic artefacts from the geometric age until the 6th century BC, as well as a number of sculptures and tombstones from Rineia. The Mykonos Vase, discovered in Mykonos Town in 1961 and covered with the oldest-known depiction of the Trojan War, is also to be found here.
Something not many people may know about this beautiful island is that it has no less than six wetlands, some of which are quite significant from an ornithological point of view: Frangolimni Marathias, Panormos estuary, Frangolimni Maou/Ano Mera, Maou stream and Fokos estuary, Choulakia marsh and the airport area lakes. Mykonos does not stand alone on the map, as it is surrounded by small islands with amazing waters and small beaches. Rineia, Tragonissi and Ktapodia are three islets you can visit during a one-day cruise from Mykonos and swim in their crystal-clear emerald waters, explore their caves and sunbathe in their pristine small coves. The caves of Tragonissi island are home to the rare Mediterranean monk seal Monachus monachus. But (let’s be honest), probably the most significant natural beauty of Mykonos lies in the golden sands, sparkling pebbles and limpid waters of its many beaches. From the secluded small beach of Tigani and the locals’ “secret” Kappari to the paradise-like, unspoiled beach of Agios Sostis with the emerald waters, magical Elia with its endless golden sand and the wild beauty of Fokos, this island has the most beautiful beaches of the Aegean. 
 
More to check out:
  • The cave with the hidden beach on Tragonissi islet. 
  • The amazing sunset from the secluded (and insiders’ favourite) beach of Kappari, offering the best view of Delos at the same time. Also, the private and extremely romantic sunset from Armenistis lighthouse, built in 1891 on top of a steep cliff in the area of Fanari, offering stunning sea views. 
  • Τhe sunrise from the windmills on the small hill gazing over the sea in Hora. 
  • The sunset from Little Venice, where the houses are literally built in the sea. The sun sets in an extremely leisurely manner, so sit at one of the bars’ outdoor tables, order a huge strawberry daiquiri and gaze at the sky, the sea and the whitewashed houses as they turn the most unique shades of mauve.
If there could officially be a Mecca of cosmopolitanism and trendiness, then Mykonos is it. From the late-50s, when Aristotle Onassis, Maria Callas, Jackie O, Stavros Niarchos, Sophia Loren, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor, Princess Soraya, Grace Kelly and other larger-than-life names of the international jet-set began to visit the island, right up until the present day, there is no celebrity worth mentioning that has not set foot at least once on the island of the winds. Harrison Ford, Madonna, Tom Hanks, Lady Gaga, Alessandra Ambrosio, Hugh Jackman, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani, the Dsquared2 twins (Dean and Dan Caten), Kim Kardashian, Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta Jones, Valentino, Liz Hurley, Sarah Jessica Parker, Hugh Jackman, Liam Neeson, Queen Rania of Jordan and Sofia Vergara are only some of the endless list of famous people who have strolled down the maze-like alleys of Hora, sipped cocktails at dusk in Little Venice, dived into the turquoise waters of the numerous Mykonian beaches, dined at the oh-so-chic restaurants and partied at the wild clubs of this celebrity-magnet island.

It really doesn’t get much more cosmopolitan than this. Here, all-day and all-night partying is a way of life, high-end dining and premium mixology is a culture and high-class designer shopping is much more than an attitude. On this whole-different-universe-of-an-island everything moves on its own special pace, as breakfast is something you will usually be enjoying at the time you would normally have lunch, dinner is served way beyond its usual time and clubbing becomes interesting only after 2am. So don’t be surprised if the hotter-than-hot dining spots, like legendary Nobu or Hakkasan to name just two, are fully booked at the time when on any other island you would be heading for a night-cap or your pillow. 
 
More to check out:
  • After-midnight shopping in Matogiannia. From high-end luxury stores and designer brands, to pharmacies and mini-markets, the shops on this famous street remain open way after dark, giving you a great excuse to purchase a brand-new handbag on your way to the club!
  • The Hora’s busiest conjunction (where Enoplon Dynameon and Matogianni streets meet), which is the ideal spot for people-spotting and name-dropping later to your friends, as well as the best place to see and be seen.
  • The bars, cafes and restaurants of Little Venice, one of the most “classy” nightlife areas on the island.
  • The famous LGBT hangouts, which are part of the island’s legacy. The right part of Elia beach, Agrari beach, the west part of Super Paradise beach, the south part of Paranga beach, the beautiful Paraportiani church setting and the bar-restaurant of Kastro in Little Venice are some of the favourite hangouts of the LGBT community. Also keep in mind that there are 5-star hotels and resorts exclusively addressed to gay couples.
Location
  • Location
  • Climate
  • Where to stay
  • Getting there
  • Getting around

Mykonos is located in the area of central Aegean and belongs to the Cyclades complex. It lies to the southeast of Tinos, east of Syros, north of Paros and Naxos and west of Ikaria.

The weather on Mykonos is typical of the Cyclades, mostly sunny all year long, with mild winters and hot, dry and often windy long summers that begin in mid-May and end late-September. Daytime temperatures during the early and late months of summer range between 24°C-28°C, while July and August are even hotter, with average temperatures of 25°C - 26°C and high daytime temperatures regularly exceeding 30°C, though tempered by the cooling effect of the sea breezes and most particularly the “Meltemia”. These summer northerly winds that blow almost persistently and sometimes fiercely over Mykonos – hence the “island of the winds” nickname – usually pick up by early afternoon and die down at night, helping keep the heat within control and the humidity low.

Mykonos may be the most tourist-friendly island in Greece and as such has developed excellent tourist infrastructure. Here you’ll find some of the best and most luxurious hotels and resorts in the world, as well as top-level services. If, on the other hand, you desire cheaper and plainer accommodation solutions, there are numerous apartments and rooms to let, as well as even two organised campsites on the island.

Hora & surroundings. This is definitely where the heart of the island beats 24/7. From early in the morning until late the next morning, anything you desire to do, buy, find, eat, drink, see or listen to can be found here. There is an array of accommodation options, ranging from ultra-luxurious 5-star hotels to simple rooms to let, scattered all over town. The closer you choose to stay to the port and the central town area, the busier the surroundings will be; the further away you are, the less crowded it will feel. Let’s put it this way, the entire Hora area is great for people who want to enjoy the famous day and nightlife of the island without having to get into a car. Here you can find anything from designer outfits to sushi and from amazing sunsets to wild parties, but especially during peak season it can get very crowded and loud. If you wish to be close to all of the above, but also to get some peace and quiet, you are better off choosing a hotel or a room in the areas close to but not in the heart of Hora, such as the School of Fine Arts district or the Tagoo area.

Agios Stefanos & Tourlos. Very close to Hora, heading north, are the new port and two very nice areas where you can stay. Tourlos and Agios Stefanos each feature a good beach and many taverns, restaurants and stores, as well as many accommodation choices. Both are quite serene and are an excellent place to stay for people who want to be just a stone’s throw away from the busy town, but not in the centre of it.

Ornos & Agios Ioannis. Two obvious options for those who want to be close to Hora (heading south), but not too close. Both beautiful coastal settlements used to be small fishing villages, nowadays developed into super-popular tourist hubs. Beautiful sandy beaches, top-quality services, taverns, restaurants, cafes and a wide range of hotels and apartments can be found in both locations. Both are ideal for families, as they offer all that can be asked for without the frenzied tempo of Hora and are just 5 minutes by car away from town.

Platys Gialos & Psarou. Psarou is one of the island’s most famous, beautiful, cosmopolitan and trendy beaches, while Platys Gialos is one of its best organised beaches. The celebrity-frequented and posh Psarou lies just next to the popular and more-family oriented Platys Gialos (so you actually have two great choices one next to the other) and in between stand some of the island’s most premium hotels and resorts. Here, you are still close to Hora (4-5km) and at the same time close to other party-friendly beaches of Mykonos, such as Paranga, Paradise and Super Paradise. Both Psarou and Platys Gialos are beaches of stunning beauty, amazing waters, great infrastructure and top-quality beach services. An ideal choice for travellers seeking a cosmopolitan ambience at premium, dreamlike hotels and resorts.

Paranga, Paradise, Super Paradise. These are some of the most party-friendly beaches on the island. Here the beat never stops and each day is an endless party. There are many accommodation choices on all three beaches, as well as both campsites of the island (one on Paradise beach and one on Paranga). All three are top places to stay if you are in the mood to party.

Agrari, Elia, Kalo Livadi, Kalafatis, Ftelia & Panormos. The first two are more easy-going and relaxed, while Kalo Livadi and Panormos have quite the cosmopolitan flair and are places to “see and be seen”. Kalafatis and Ftelia are definitely sports-oriented beaches, but none the less trendy and cosmopolitan for it. All are characterised by stunning natural beauty and limpid waters, and all feature beautiful hotels and resorts offering 5-star accommodation, as well as more simple rooms to let.

Ano Mera. The one and only inland village on the island leads life at a very different pace from the other Mykonos settlements. Forgotten in a tranquil past, it has some taverns and is famous for its meat dishes, as well as for the deserts from the small pastry shop on its one and only square. It offers some good places to stay and is ideal for travellers who seek serenity and relaxation.

Villas. Scattered all over the island are luxurious villas offering infinity pools and tennis courts, stunning views and indoor spa baths. If you are into total privacy without depriving yourself of 5-star services, look them up.

By sea: There are daily sailings from the ports of Piraeus and Rafina to Mykonos all year round. During summer, there are at least 3-4 ferries and speed-boats daily from Piraeus to Mykonos, needing 5 and 3 hours to reach the island respectively. More or less same applies for Rafina, with the trip lasting about half an hour less. There is a daily connection between Mykonos, Tinos and Andros all year round, while there are also boats to Crete, Santorini, Ios, Patmos, Syros, Naxos, Paros, Milos, Limnos and Amorgos, mostly during summer.


By air:
Mykonos has one of the best-organised airports in the Cyclades, which is quite logical, given that it is one of the few islands with direct flights from almost every major country in the world. During summer, you can catch a direct flight to Mykonos from London, Geneva, Paris, Rome and Milan, as well as from many German and Austrian hubs, without even counting the charter flights from all over the world. All year long there are daily flights to and from Athens and Thessaloniki, and the numbers of daily flights increase during summer. The airport is just 4km from Hora and has bus and taxi service.

 

There are plenty of taxis on the island, as well as a very decent bus network (KTEL). Additionally, most of the popular beaches can be reached by small boats leaving from the beach of Platys Gialos. However, the best way to explore this magical island and its many hidden beauties is to rent your own means of transport. Whether you prefer a car or a motorbike, here you will find a relatively good road network which covers almost every part of the island.

Be extra careful when driving, though, as roads are narrow and the lighting at night is not good. Drive safely and never after consuming alcohol.  The provincial road of Agios Ioannis-Agios Stefanos will take you from the areas and beaches to the north of the Hora to the ones to the south; the provincial road of Mykonos covers most of the beaches of the south, and the provincial road of Mykonos-Ano Mera will take you inland to Ano Mera (of course) as well as to the beaches of the northeast.

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