Of the 220 islands making up the Cyclades, Mykonos remains one of the most popular and well-known tourist destinations year after year. Famous for its iconic white and blue architecture, stunning beaches, and VIP nightlife (called the “Ibiza” of Greece), Mykonos is an ideal destination for honeymooners, partygoers, and those with a special affinity for Greek Mythology. With its A-List appeal and exceptionally progressive culture, Mykonos is packed full of some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts making ripples in the world of travel and providing the most heavenly photo opportunities to take home with you. Keep reading if you are ready to finally cross Greece off your bucket list the right way.
Discover Delos and Rhenia. A thirty-minute boat ride from Mykonos sits the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Delos, the mythological birthplace of the twin gods Apollo and Artemis. Explore the ruins of what was once a thriving port city along with a museum of its ancient artefacts. Myconian Ambassador offers private excursions to Delos including a snorkeling trip and barbecue at the sacred island of Rhenia prior to exploring the island at a time when few people choose to visit.
Little Venice. Once home to the first settlers of Mykonos, Chora neighborhood is one of the most stunning places on the whole island. Historic homes known for their aesthetic of whitewashed cubed buildings, colored doors, and windows and balconies, have been transformed into cozy restaurants, fine shops, hip bars, and more. The infamous white windmills, the trademark of the island, overlook the city and give a magnificent view of Little Venice for those looking for the complete Mykonos experience.
Explore the beautiful beaches. Mykonos is loaded with great beaches known for their powdery sand, turquoise waters, and wide range of atmospheres. Platis Gialos Beach (close to Myconian Ambassador) is one of the best beaches on the island with plenty of restaurants, a mini-market, and water taxi to Super Paradise and other beaches. Elia Beach (close to Myconian Villa Collection) is the longest beach on Mykonos and provides activities for the whole family including water sports, restaurants, and even a clothing optional section for those really embracing their vacation mood.
A Relais & Chateaux luxury hotel steps away from the silky sands of the Platis Gialos with breathtaking views of the Aegan from its open flow, contemporary rooms and suites. Guests can enjoy poolside afternoons on the hotel’s stunning terrace followed by candle-lit dinners at one the island’s top restaurants, Efisa. More than a place to stay, the hotel offers private tailored experiences to explore Mykonos, restorative spa treatments, and personal touches around every corner.
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Overlooking Mykonos and the Aegan from a quiet hill, Naia is a true boutique hotel blending exclusive luxury into its striking architecture resembling ancient Mycenae. The hotel has eighteen luxury suites fitted with stone walls, marble floors, and chic décor. Guests can unwind at the hotel’s serene infinity pool, grab a special cocktail at the Bacos Bar on the deck, and indulge in the finest and freshest food in the Mediterranean at one of the hotel’s many dining options.
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Tucked away in the hillside above Elia Bay, this five-star luxury Resort and Villa Collection is ideal for those looking for exceptionally spacious rooms and suites or the luxurious experience of a private Mykonos house complemented by round-the-clock butler service. The resort’s Unique Villas range from two to six bedrooms, each offering a private pool, catered meals, and group spa treatments perfect for larger parties travelling together. A five-star breakfast room, resident harpist, and infinity bar give you a glimpse into the opulent experience that awaits at this special resort concept.
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