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The small Cycladic island attracts thousands of visitors each summer. Some of them will come back again and again. Even those that cannot return every summer will tell you that Mykonos has so many beauties and such a special lifestyle that they will always remember it.
Let’s see some of the things that make Mykonos lifestyle so unique.
In Mykonos, you can find your perfect place to stay. It is not only the luxurious buildings but also the high-quality concierge services that you can use to make your days and nights even more enjoyable.
You will find plenty of them on the island. Villa rentals in Mykonos are the top accommodation available here. They offer privacy and a lot of indoor and outdoor space for you and your friends. Mykonos Villas come in different dimensions and styles but they all have big bedrooms and baths, pools and Jacuzzis, gardens and lavish decoration. They are almost everywhere on the island but most of them are located near Mykonos Town or around the best sandy beaches.
Big luxurious hotels and resorts offer less privacy than a villa but also the privilege to have anything you will need just steps away. They usually have multiple swimming pools, recreation areas, shops, gourmet restaurants and in some cases even their own private beach. Among the best 5 star hotels, you will find: Palladium Boutique Hotel at Platys Gialos, Mykonos Princess at Agios Stefanos Beach, Myconian Ambassador Relais & Chateaux at Platys Gialos, Cavo Tagoo in Mykonos Town and Myconian Imperial Resort at Elia beach.
Either if you are staying at a Mykonos Villa or a 5-star hotel, the VIP services you can enjoy are just the best. They include private transportation with limousines, yachts or helicopters, private staff such as chefs, entertainers and therapists, private shopping, VIP tickets to the best clubs and restaurants and a lot more.
Mykonos beaches are sandy with transparent, clear waters. Some of them have a lot of useful facilities like restaurants, bars, shops, water sports, cabanas – and many sun loungers and umbrellas. You can spend the whole day at an organized beach without missing any of the amenities that make life easy.
For your nights you will have a lot of options to have lots of fun. Mykonos Town is full of bars that later in the night they become small clubs. If you prefer a big dancing floor, there are big night clubs in the city with a lot of happenings. The open-air night clubs at the party beaches hold crazy parties until morning.
Some of the hottest night clubs in Mykonos are Nammos, Cavo Paradiso, Tropicana, Scorpios, Void, Astra, Moni and Super Paradise Beach Club.
If you are the kind of person who wants to know the history of a place you are visiting, Mykonos will offer you a lot of sightseeing. The Windmills are one of the island’s trademarks and one of them is open to the public as a part of the Agricultural Museum. Little Venice is the most idyllic neighbourhood in Mykonos Town, a perfect spot to admire the magnificent sunset. And Delos has one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece and a museum rich of exhibits from prehistoric and ancient times.
The island has a huge number of churches and chapels, some of which are so beautiful and well balanced with the landscape that many foreign couples choose to organize their marriage ceremony here. You can’t miss Paraportiani Church – a unique architectural structure that blends five different styles.
Fine dining in Mykonos is an art. Many famous chefs work here during the summer or even have their own restaurant on the island. Fresh ingredients, exotic spices and signature dishes will offer you unforgettable experiences. Some of the best restaurants have their own cellar with a big collection of wines and champagnes and rare labels.
Some gourmet restaurants you should visit are: Lyo Bar at Mykonos Town, Scorpios at Paranga beach, Budda Bar at Ornos and Remezzo at Mykonos Town.