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Welcome to Mykonos, Greece’s most visited and multicultural island. With its white-washed beauty and vibrant atmosphere, Mykonos is a paradise for luxury seekers and party lovers alike. Discover luxurious hotels, acclaimed restaurants, fashionable stores, and sophisticated bars that cater to your every desire. Don’t miss the island’s iconic windmills, located in front of Little Venice, offering stunning sunset views and a picturesque backdrop for memorable photos. And of course, Mykonos is famous for its breathtaking beaches where you can relax, swim in crystal-clear waters, and enjoy thrilling water sports. Experience the magic of Mykonos and create memories that will last a lifetime.


106 km2
372 m highest point
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Places to Live

Mykonos Town (Chora)

Mykonos Town, located on the western coast, is the vibrant heart of the island. It is the perfect place to stay if you want to admire the iconic windmills and wander through the charming white-washed buildings reminiscent of Santorini. This area is a haven for Instagram-worthy spots and offers a plethora of delightful cafes and restaurants.

Little Venice

For those seeking an exciting nightlife experience, Little Venice is the ideal place to stay. Situated along the seafront just south of the Old Port, it is lined with diverse bars and nightclubs where you can dance until the early hours of the morning. Don't miss the opportunity to savor a special meal while enjoying a magical sunset backdrop with the enchanting windmills.


Located in the southwest of the island, Ornos is nestled between two stunning beaches. The northern beach is perfect for windsurfing and kitesurfing, while the southern beach offers a tranquil setting for swimming and sunbathing. Ornos provides a mix of luxury and more affordable accommodations, making it a great choice for budget-conscious travelers.

Platis Gialos

Platis Gialos is a top choice for families visiting Mykonos. The beaches in this area are protected by cliffs and offer calm waters, ideal for younger children. The town is well-equipped with a variety of restaurants, facilities, and shops to cater to the needs of holidaymakers. If you're interested in watersports like paddleboarding, jet skiing, windsurfing, and parasailing, Platis Gialos is the perfect match.


Situated on the south-central coast of the island, Elia is a charming beach town. While staying in Elia, you can easily explore nearby spots like Super Paradise Beach or Ornos, although you'll need to rely on driving, taking the bus inland, or using water taxis for transportation. Buses and water taxis are available to connect you to other parts of the island.

Kalo Livadi

Located a short 5-minute drive southeast of Ano Mera, Kalo Livadi is another beach town known for its remote and scenic setting. The long and sandy beach is considered one of the finest on the island, making Kalo Livadi an excellent choice for beach lovers. Despite its remote location, the town offers a lively nightlife scene, second only to the vibrant bars and clubs of Little Venice and Mykonos Town.


If you're seeking a romantic getaway or honeymoon destination away from the bustling party scenes, Kalafatis Beach is the perfect choice. This beach is known for its mix of sand and small pebbles, offering a more tranquil atmosphere and serving as a base for water sports. While not as crowded, you'll find a selection of restaurants where you can enjoy a romantic meal with the gentle ocean breeze.

Super Paradise Beach

Founded in 1969, Super Paradise Beach has gained global recognition as one of the most iconic and vibrant beaches in the world. It is a haven for party enthusiasts, catering to the young and hip crowd. Don't miss the opportunity to visit Cavo Paradiso or The Paradise Beach Club, ranked as one of the world's best clubs and capable of hosting up to 5,000 people across its outdoor terraces.

Agios Sostis

For those seeking tranquility and untouched beauty, Agios Sostis is a hidden gem. Located further away from the popular beaches, it offers a serene and undisturbed environment. With no amenities like umbrellas or sunbeds, visitors appreciate the freedom to enjoy the 250-meter-long beach. Access to the town is via a small path, adding to its secluded charm.

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    INALAN (internet provider)
    The idea of fiber optics that will bring you the ultimate fast internet connection, a speed you can't get any other way these days. Immediately available to you through INALAN a few days after your request.
    COSMOTE (internet provider)
    The fiber optic network is the latest technology for fast Internet access. It enables data to be transmitted at the speed of light through cables with very thin glass filaments, the optical fiber. This results in amazing new speeds that in the future could reach up to 1Gbps.
    VODAFONE (internet provider)
    Next Generation Network (NGN). The main fiber to the home (FTTH) technology we have implemented is the Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON). This shares a system capacity of 2.5 Gbps downstream and 1.25 Gbps upstream to typically 32 to 64 customers. This provides our customers with the ability to reach the maximum speeds of 1 Gbps outlined in our vision for the Gigabit Society.
    WIND (internet provider)
    If you also believe that working and studying from home is important and should be achieved with fast speeds, then WIND Fiber is here for you. You will be able to communicate with your colleagues and participate in video conferences without any delay, even when simultaneous video calls are taking place. Fiber optics are not affected by external factors, resulting in a stable and reliable Internet connection at 100 Mbps. They can't stop you anywhere!

    Places to Work - Coworking Places

    Mykonos Workspace

    The main office area and the reception hall are the two areas that make up the office space. When you first walk inside the room, you're struck by how much natural light there is and how expansive the views are of Mykonos and the nearby islands. A short stroll will take you to the bustling heart of Mykonos town from the office's upscale location on top of a hill viewing the islands of Rinia, Syros, and Tinos.

    Kettle space

    During slow periods, KettleSpace turns eateries into a community of cooperative and reasonably priced workstations. Mykonos Blue Grill offers members-only happy hours and events, lightning-fast WiFi, outlets at every table, endless coffee, and tea. KettleSpace in Manhattan's Upper West Side, near to all modes of transit, is where you'll find Mykonos Blue Grill.


    Sports & Nature

    Sports and Activities


    Discover the 8.0-kilometer out-and-back track that runs close to Platys Gialos, Mykonos. It typically takes 1 hour and 41 minutes to do this trip, which is thought of as being simple. Since jogging, walking, and hiking are all fairly popular activities here, you can run across other individuals while exploring. The route is lovely to explore at any time of the year and is open all year.

    Scuba Diving

    Learning to dive is straightforward, easy, and enjoyable. It's also the most practical approach to get a true sense of diving. Explore the many marine species in the crystal-clear waterways as well as the azure seas of the idyllic beach.

    Scenic Helicopter

    You may take a private helicopter trip to Mykonos, the famous island of the winds. With its white buildings, stunning sea hues, renowned windmills, and of course... donkeys, it is one of the most well-known and stunning locations in the Cyclades, Greece.


    Experience the charm of Mykonos while cruising around the shore after sunset. Dive into something like a sailing haven as you watch the sun sink into the Aegean. This trip is a different approach to experience the actual and unadulterated beauty of the windswept Island at nightfall. Aperitivos will be served on board while you dine on regional specialties and take in the sunset while listening to music.


    With this exhilarating parasailing adventure on Kalo livadi Beach, leave the throng on the ground and soar into the air. Start with a quick lesson with an expert to understand the fundamentals of the parasailing gear and procedures, then set out to the ocean for a solo, pair, or three-person ride above the waves.


    Enjoy the most amazing waterfall! Flyboarding, without a doubt one of the most thrilling water sports, will have you feeling like a superhero! You get the chance to view Little Venice's lovely beach, lovely homes, and wonderful natural surroundings from above.

    Beaches nearby


    Just 4 miles separate Psarou and Hora. It attracts celebrities because of its beautiful (nearly white) sand, crystal-clear sea, and beach bars known for their wild parties. Need a glimpse of fame and opulence? Simply utter the phrase. There are several high-end restaurants in the area where you can enjoy VIP treatment and a cuisine to match, and there are also boutique stores carrying both Greek and foreign brands.


    Paraga Beach, which is a simple addition to any list of the top beaches in Mykonos, is located between Psarou and Paradise. You'll enjoy the fine dining and beach nightlife scene here too; it's chic, refined, and cozy, and it seamlessly blends in with the environment. The bay is shielded from the summer breezes that often harm neighboring beaches and has attractive, shallow water.


    Among all of the most well-known beaches in the south, Panormos stands boldly. It is bordered by rugged terrain and renowned for its remarkably clear water, but what makes it stand out is its capacity to offer both a laid-back area with only sand and a gorgeously designed beach club that offers delectable food and has legendary parties.

    Paradise Beach

    With DJs playing non-stop music, Paradise Beach is renowned for its hip beach clubs and vibrant nightlife. In the summer, a youthful, stylish population gathers here for some sun fun. The renowned Cavo Paradiso, which is perched on a cliff above Paradise Beach, is a distinctive location with an outdoor pool and breathtaking sea views.

    Saint John

    This stunning pebble and sand beach is located on Mykonos' southwest shore. Swimming is encouraged in the calm, crystal-clear azure waters at Agios Ioannis Beach because of its serene atmosphere. The breathtaking view of the far-off Island of Delos in the Aegean Sea is one of this beach's distinctive features

    History & Tradition

    Mykonos, a child of the King of Delos, is credited for the island's name. In reality, there are many connections between the ancient histories of Mykonos and nearby Delos. In one of his twelve duties, Hercules fought the Giants, and after killing them, he tossed their bodies into the sea, where their bodies petrified and grew into enormous boulders, becoming the land of Mykonos. Famous artists, politicians, and elite Europeans started taking holidays on the island in the 1930s, and Mykonos swiftly gained popularity on a global scale. Tourists returned to Mykonos' wealthy coastlines in the 1950s after being partially banned during World War 2, and they haven't stopped coming since.

    Must Places to Visit

    Kato Mili Windmills

    The windmills in Mykonos are one of the island's distinguishing features and are visible from almost anywhere in Mykonos Town. A series of four windmills known as the renowned Kato Mili can be seen in Chora, perched magnificently on a hilltop with a sea view. The three-story windmills, which were constructed by the Venetians in the 1600s, are covered with wood and straw. They were mainly used to grind wheat, but over time, as their use dwindled, they eventually ceased to exist in the middle of the 20th century.

    Panagia Paraportiani

    The Panagia Paraportiani Church in the Kastro neighborhood is one of Mykonos' most popular picture locations. Five tiny churches that are either stacked on top of or alongside each other make up the actual church. The churches of Saints Anargyros, Sozon, and Anastasia encircle the church of Saint Efstathios, which stands in the center of the complex.
    On top of the remaining four is the Virgin Mary's dome-shaped church. The latter churches were constructed in the 16th and 17th centuries, with the exception of Saint Anargyros, which was constructed in the 14th century.

    Armenistis Lighthouse

    Due to the British steamer Volta's disaster off the island's north shore in 1887, the Armenistis lighthouse was constructed in 1891. The 19-meter lighthouse, which serves as a guide for approaching ships, was constructed in an effort to prevent another catastrophe of this nature. Its lofty location over the Aegean Sea provides beautiful views, especially stunning after dusk.

    Little Venice

    One of the most stunning locations on the island, Little Venice, is the place to go if you're looking for some romantic moments on Mykonos. The shoreline is lined with medieval two- and three-story homes, many of which have wooden balconies that dangle over the lake. These dwellings, which were once owned by wealthy local captains or merchants, have little basement doors that offered access to the sea and storage spaces below.

    Archaeological Museum

    Initially constructed in the early 20th century to exhibit the artifacts, including sculptures and tombs, discovered during the excavations on the island of Rineia. The structure presently includes six chambers that house more artifacts from significant historical digs on Mykonos. Vases, jewelry, pottery, and sculptures made of marble and clay are all part of the collection. The vase depicting a Trojan horse, which dates to the seventh century BC and was found on Mykonos in 1961, is the most well-known object in the collection.

    Food & Nightlife

    Kastro’s Bar

    The most scenic area of Mykonos Town, Little Venice, is where Kastro's Bar is located. The bar hangs over the water, and because of its unbeatable location and creative cocktails, it has become one of the island's best-known bars for sunset drinks. In this establishment, fruit drinks are a speciality.


    The Matsuhisa, an upscale Japanese eatery in Mykonos Town, offers a memorable dining experience. The Matsuhisa captures both the elegance and the allure of its setting. offers an eating experience that makes the most of such feelings. With a spectacular view of the town and the sea, it is perched atop Rohari Hill.

    Lyo Sushi Bar

    Gourmet cuisine is available at Lyo Sushi Bar in an exceptional environment. Delicious culinary creations are made with the finest ingredients and fresh Aegean Sea seafood. The vast menu of contemporary Japanese innovations offers imaginative and carefully prepared delicacies that are genuinely one-of-a-kind and ready to tempt both Greek residents and visitors' appetites.

    La Maison de Katrin

    In a relaxed and elegant setting, La Maison de Katrin is a French restaurant that opened in 1971 and serves both Greek and traditional French food. The restaurant provides a distinct and hyper environment that is beautifully merged with the Cycladic architecture, hidden somewhere in the charming cobblestone lanes of Mykonos town.


    Captain's is based in the Old Port, one of Mykonos Island's busiest tourist areas. This little eatery specializes in mouthwatering meze, authentic Greek starters, ribs, fresh fish, and diverse Mediterranean specialties. In addition, Captain's offers a large variety of beverages, including wines, beers, and native spirits (ouzo, tsipouro), among many others.

    Lucky Fish

    The "Lucky Fish" is more than just your standard fish and seafood diner, as its name indicates! You can eat delicious, elevated cuisine. Additionally, this charming restaurant offers an equally outstanding menu of meals without fish. If fish isn't your favorite food, there are plenty of alternative dishes to try that have tantalizing flavors.


    Cavo Paradiso

    One of the hottest party spots in the world, not only on the Greek island of Mykonos, is Cavo Paradiso on Paradise beach. It is a clubber's dream and offers the greatest events on the island! The club's founders initially had reservations about constructing it at its present location, which is a lovely hilltop.


    One of Mykonos Island's most well-known beach bars is the Tropicana beach bar and restaurant, which is located on Paradise beach. This is one of the favored locations for party goers from all over the world due to the stunning surroundings, unusual beverages, and delectable cuisine.

    Paradise Bar

    Avicii and David Guetta's dance hits are blasting into the night as flames explode through into air behind the bar. This well-known nightclub above Paradise Beach, which should not be mistaken with Super Paradise, has bikini-clad table dancers, high-profile guest balls, and a dance floor wide enough for hundreds of people.

    Moni Mykonos

    After hours, a bohemian population of hipsters slips into this little cave bar in Mykonos Town to groove to its selection of psychedelic house and EDM tunes. The crowded dance floor is lit by strobes as dancers in crochet dresses, fashionable kaftans, and shirts with the buttons undone to the navel drink, Moscow mules and expensive tequilas.

    Skandinavian Bar

    This pub has been drawing customers who love to dance since the 1970s. It is spread out in a small area near the Old Port. It comprises two small bar areas—though most patrons aim to get an outside table, the easier to people-watch—and an elevated "disco" with a DJ in charge of the turntables who spins hits like Rihanna and Taylor Swift for the dancing masses.

    Jackie O'

    Jackie O's is placed close to the coast, just around the corner from the Old Port. It's one of the greatest gay bars and nightclubs in town, although it draws a variety of people. With a curved whitish stone bar and curved seating, the interior gives the impression that it has been artfully cut out of a cave. Additionally, there is a tiny upper space. There are several black-and-white images of the book's namesake, Jackie Onassis.

    Must Places to Visit

    Kastro’s Bar

    Located in the most scenic area of Mykonos Town, Little Venice, Kastro's Bar hangs over the water and has become one of the island's best-known bars for sunset drinks. With its unbeatable location and creative cocktails, it offers a memorable experience. Fruit drinks are a specialty in this establishment.


    Matsuhisa is an upscale Japanese eatery in Mykonos Town that offers a memorable dining experience. It captures the elegance and allure of its setting, perched atop Rohari Hill with a spectacular view of the town and the sea.

    Lyo Sushi Bar

    Lyo Sushi Bar offers gourmet cuisine in an exceptional environment. It features delicious culinary creations made with the finest ingredients and fresh Aegean Sea seafood. The extensive menu of contemporary Japanese innovations offers imaginative and carefully prepared delicacies that are genuinely one-of-a-kind.

    La Maison de Katrin

    La Maison de Katrin is a French restaurant that opened in 1971 and serves both Greek and traditional French food. It provides a relaxed and elegant setting, beautifully merged with Cycladic architecture, hidden in the charming cobblestone lanes of Mykonos town.


    Captain's is a restaurant based in the Old Port, offering mouthwatering meze, authentic Greek starters, ribs, fresh fish, and diverse Mediterranean specialties. It specializes in delicious cuisine and offers a wide variety of beverages, including wines, beers, and native spirits.

    Lucky Fish

    The "Lucky Fish" is more than just your standard fish and seafood diner. It offers delicious and elevated cuisine, and it also provides alternative dishes for those who may not prefer fish.

    Cavo Paradiso

    Cavo Paradiso, located on Paradise beach, is one of the hottest party spots in the world. It offers the greatest events on the island and is a clubber's dream. Despite initial reservations about its location on a hilltop, it has become a renowned destination for party-goers.


    Tropicana beach bar and restaurant, located on Paradise beach, is one of the most well-known beach bars on Mykonos Island. It attracts party-goers from all over the world with its stunning surroundings, unique beverages, and delectable cuisine.

    Paradise Bar

    Paradise Bar, situated above Paradise Beach, is a well-known nightclub with bikini-clad table dancers, high-profile guest balls, and a spacious dance floor. It offers a vibrant nightlife experience.

    Moni Mykonos

    Moni Mykonos is a bohemian cave bar in Mykonos Town, attracting a hipster population after hours. It plays psychedelic house and EDM tunes, and the crowded dance floor is lit by strobes, creating a vibrant atmosphere.

    Skandinavian Bar

    Skandinavian Bar has been drawing customers who love to dance since the 1970s. It is spread out in a small area near the Old Port and features two small bar areas. The outdoor seating allows for people-watching, and the elevated "disco" with a DJ spinning popular hits adds to the lively ambiance.

    Jackie O'

    Jackie O' is a renowned gay bar and nightclub located close to the coast, near the Old Port. It features a curved whitish stone bar, curved seating, and a small upper space. The interior has a cave-like ambiance, and black-and-white images of Jackie Onassis adorn the walls, adding to the unique atmosphere.