Mykonos Island

Mykonos is a top tourist destination, known for its cosmopolitan character and vibrant nightlife. The beauty of the island is a combination of the whitewashed houses, the narrow streets, the churches, the windmills, the blue sky, the warm sun and the crystal clear waters of the sea. Mykonos is also a celebrity spot with a sparkle that touches all visitors.

It is one of the top tourist destinations in the world and with good reason! There are many things to do on this beautiful Greek island and many places to visit! If you’re looking for relaxation, this is the place to be. Do you prefer to have fun all day? Mykonos is also the ideal place. Dance until your legs ache, rest and then start clubbing again!

Mykonos, however, is not only the endless fun, it is also the hospitality of its people, the past that meets the present, the golden highlights in your hair, the taste of a traditional local delicacy, a photo that reminds of the perfect vacation, but above all it is a piece of your heart that has been left behind and wants to return! Again and again… Besides, it is not difficult to fall in love with Mykonos and this love will last forever!

The beaches

Mykonos has 23 beautiful beaches, accessible by car, some of which are world-famous for their golden sand and crystal clear turquoise waters. Most beaches are on the south side of the island, which are full of people, especially during the high tourist season, such as the beaches of Super Paradise, Platis Gialos, Psarou and Ornos.

If you have something more low-key in mind, head to the northern coast of the island, where you will find stunning shores to relax and enjoy precious moments of privacy under the sun! The beaches on the north side of the island are less organized and are ideal for couples and families. The list is really endless and everyone can find one that suits their mood.


One of the most popular sights to visit in Mykonos is definitely the windmills and Little Venice. A popular neighborhood, so named because the houses are built over the sea. Walk to Matogiannia, a cosmopolitan area in the heart of Mykonos town. Go to the Archaeological Museum, which was founded in 1905 and houses finds from neighboring Rhenia. The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is small, but has, among other things, important archaeological collections of pottery, sculptures, vases, and tombstones, which have been moved from ancient Delos, the birthplace of Apollo, the god of light. Also pay a visit to the Maritime Museum, which exhibits objects that highlight the maritime history and tradition of Greece from antiquity to the present day. If you love art, go to the Municipal Gallery, where you can admire works by Greek and foreign artists.