Mykonos Island

Mykonos Island: The Jewel of the Aegean Sea

Nestled in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Mykonos Island stands as one of Greece’s most celebrated destinations.

Renowned for its vibrant nightlife, pristine beaches, and charming Cycladic architecture, Mykonos offers a unique blend of traditional Greek culture and modern luxury, making it a must-visit for travelers from around the world.

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Mykonos Port

A Glimpse into History

Mykonos, part of the Cyclades island group, boasts a rich history dating back to ancient times. The island is named after Mykons, the mythical son of Greek God Apollo, and has been inhabited since the Neolithic period.

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Delos Island

Throughout history, Mykonos played a pivotal role due to its strategic location and served as a crucial maritime and commercial hub. The island’s historical significance is reflected in its archaeological sites, including the ruins of ancient temples and the nearby island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage site known as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis.


Idyllic Beaches and Crystal-Clear Waters

One of Mykonos’ main attractions is its stunning beaches, each offering a unique atmosphere. From the lively shores of Paradise, Psarou, Paraga, Ornos, and Super Paradise, where beach clubs pulse with music and energy, to the serene sands of Elia, Kalo Livadi, Lia,  Kalafatis, and Agios Sostis, ideal for those seeking tranquility, Mykonos caters to every type of beachgoer.

The island’s azure waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and various water sports, providing endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation.



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Mykonos – Super Paradise beach

Psarou beach


Ornos beach


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Nammos Beach Bar – Mykonos

Achitectural Charm and Scenic Views

The iconic Cycladic architecture is perhaps the most striking feature of Mykonos. Whitewashed buildings with blue accents, narrow winding streets, and picturesque windmills create a postcard-perfect setting. The labyrinthine town of Mykonos, also known as Chora, is a delightful maze of narrow alleys, each turn revealing charming cafes, boutiques, and art galleries.

The famous Mykonos windmills, especially those in the neighborhood of Kato Mili, offer breathtaking views of the sunset and the Aegean Sea.

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Mykonos – Kato Mili

A Culinary Paradise

Mykonos is a gastronomic haven, offering a plethora of dining options ranging from traditional Greek tavernas to gourmet restaurants. Local dishes such as kopanisti (a spicy cheese spread), louza (cured pork), and fresh seafood delicacies tantalize the taste buds.

Many restaurants also provide stunning sea views, creating an unforgettable dining experience. The island’s vibrant food scene is complemented by its lively bars and clubs, where visitors can enjoy everything from sophisticated cocktails to all-night dancing.

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Mykonos – Little Venice

 Cultural Festivals and Traditions

Despite its modern appeal, Mykonos retains a deep connection to its cultural roots. Throughout the year, the island hosts various festivals and events that celebrate its rich heritage. The Mykonos Summer Festival features a diverse array of music, dance, and theatrical performances.

The island also honors its patron saints with religious festivals, showcasing traditional music, dancing, and local delicacies.

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Matogiania Mykonos shopping

 Luxurious Accommodations and Exclusive Experiences

Mykonos offers a wide range of accommodations to suit all preferences and budgets. From luxurious five-star resorts and private villas to charming boutique hotels and budget-friendly options, there is something for everyone.

Many of these establishments provide exclusive experiences, such as private yacht tours, personalized wellness programs, and bespoke excursions, ensuring a memorable stay.

Mykonos Island is a captivating blend of history, culture, natural beauty, and modern luxury.

Its enchanting landscapes, rich heritage, and vibrant lifestyle make it a destination like no other. Whether you seek relaxation, adventure, or a taste of the high life, Mykonos promises an unforgettable escape into the heart of the Aegean sea.

Mykonos – Luxury accommodation


Transportation services

Public Bus Service

Mykonos has a good bus network service that connects most villages and beaches with Chora/City.
During the tourist season (April to October) there is a frequent public bus service from Mykonos Town (Fabrika Sq. station) to the new port in Tourlos and back.
The main station in Mykonos Town: Fabrika sq. (Axioti str.), Tel. +30 2289023360, +30 2289026797
City station Old Port (Polikandrioti str.; Behind the archaeological museum , north part of Town )), Tel. +30 2289023360, +30 2289026797
Old Town Port (very close to SeaBus station, north part of Town)

Taxis on Mykonos

On the entire island, there are about 40 taxis, which means you need great patience until you find one! You have to wait in line and sometimes you can wait for hours in the taxi queue and especially in the evening!
Main locations for taxis in Mykonos :
Manto Square (also called Taxi Square), on the harbor front
Fabrika square (Axioti str.)
Mykonos Airport

Taxi and radio-taxi Tel.: +30 2289023700 & +30 2289022400

Seabus transfer service

Mykonos SeaBus is the faster transportation service between the New Port (Tourlos) and the Old Port (Chora) of Mykonos Chora and vice versa.

SeaBus stations:
New Port in Tourlos (Marina station)
Old Town Port (near Bus station with access to Panormos, Ano Mera, Elia, Kalafatis, Super Paradise, and Paradise Beach)
Old City Port (near Old Town Hall)
Tel.: +30 6978830355