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Sep 18, 2020 - Fri
Mykonos GR
Wind 15 km/h, SSE
Pressure 1 atm
78°F
few clouds
Humidity 61%
Clouds 20%
Day Cond. Temp. Wind Humidity PressurePres.
fri sep 18
77°F /75°F 21 km/h, SW 71% 1 atm
sat sep 19
76°F /74°F 13 km/h, E 78% 1 atm
sun sep 20
72°F /70°F 51 km/h, N 79% 1 atm
mon sep 21
72°F /71°F 51 km/h, N 78% 1 atm
tue sep 22
72°F /71°F 47 km/h, N 76% 1 atm

Country

Greece

Passport Validity

Six months of remaining validity recommended.

Visa Requirements

Not required if you have European passport

Language Spoken

Greek - English

Currency Used

Euro

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Travel Guide `
Travel Experience
The International Jet Setters Meeting Point

Discover

The Island of Mykonos

Worldwide famous amongst emblematic and cosmopolitan holiday destinations, Mykonos is one of the most well-known Greek islands thanks to its vibrant nightlife and gorgeous beaches. A place with archeological, natural, recreational and traditional facets, Mykonos constitutes a thrilling destination combining jet-set venues with nature’s rich heritage and eternal Cycladic beauty. Mykonos Island features a great variety of activities, sightseeing, attractions and natural marvels that you will find carefully listed below.

The numerous beaches of unique beauty, the variety of quality Greek and international cuisine, the vast selection of resorts and boutique hotels and the traditional Cycladic architecture and landscape makes it an ideal destination for families as well as those who want to dance until the sunrise.

Entertainment

Nightlife

In terms of nightlife, is no other island or destination in Greece that can compete with the infamous Mykonian nightlife. From the many bars along the famous Little Venice and Matogiannia street to the famous beach clubs and after-hour clubs to the quiet piano cocktail bars, and the fun gay bars, you will not be bored for a single second. The challenge is always waking up the next day and making it to the beach in time to work on your tan before the afternoon party scene of the beach bars.

Summer

Beach Guide

Mykonos is world famous for having the most vibrant nightlife in the East Mediterranean. The truth is, its main attraction is its beaches offering some of the best in the Cyclades. Below is a list of the top beaches on the island along with other activities that one should not miss when visiting.

Psarou Beach

International celebrity and jet setters beach connected to luxury living. Nammos beach restaurant and bar is the must visit there!

Kalo Livadi

One of the longest beaches in Mykonos and quite popular for the facilities and the parties. The vast beauty of the exotic waters and the idyllic setting mark the landscape of this beach. Located 10km from Mykonos Town.

Panormos

The island is in a secluded area on the northern side of Mykonos. Away from tourist facilities and water sports centres, Panormos is a calm and beautiful beach with nice restaurants and beach facilities.

Lia

Lia is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mykonos with exotic waters and a great environment. It is in the southeastern edge of the island, 14km from Mykonos Town. Even though it is considered a rather quiet beach, Lia is still a favorite among vacationers. Its blue waters and white sand create the ultimate swimmer’s paradise.

Super Paradise

Located right next to Paradise Beach, Mykonos Super Paradise is less organized than the neighboring beach but has beautiful crystalline waters and soft golden sand. Super Paradise is the most famous gay beach.

Kalafatis

This is an active beach! In the left corner of the beach of Kalafatis, one can find a hut with hire facilities from snorkeling to diving. There is also a windsurf centre, where you can rent boards by the hour, and a watersports centre for jet skiing.

Agrari

Agrari and Elia are located near each other, forming a huge sandy beach, 10 kilometers from the island’s capital. Agrari Beach is less popular than its neighbor Elia and much calmer.

Getting There

Getting There

BY AIRPLANE – Mykonos Airport serves daily domestic flights from Athens Airport and direct flights from many major European cities.

BY FERRY – The island is also easy to reach by ferry from either of Athens’ main ports, Piraeus or Rafina. The journey takes between 2 to 4 hours, depending on which port/which boat you select. Mykonos is also connected to the Cyclades and has daily itineraries going to Paros, Santorini, Folegandros, Milos, Naxos, Syros and Crete. Depending on the type of experience you are looking for, ask us to suggest the best islands to add on to your trip to Mykonos.