From hippy hangout to A-list haunt, hotels in Mykonos welcome all kinds of visitor…
Cool clubs, beautiful beaches, traditional tavernas – Mykonos delivers the quintessential Greek island experience amid the most amazing palette of blues. From the cobalt hues of the rooftop domes and the sapphire shades of village woodwork, to the azures of the surrounding Aegean Sea, the everyday blues of life back home will soon disappear.
Mykonos has long been a celebrity favourite, ever since Jackie Onassis and Grace Kelly put their well-manicured toes in the sands in the 1960s. The Kardashians were also there in recent years, but don’t let that put you off. Often touted as the new Ibiza for its celebrity status, uber-swanky nightclubs and luxury hotels, Mykonos deserves its own place in the sun.
For hot summer days and totally cool summer nights, check out the range of Mykonos hotel deals on TravelSupermarket and book your island room. You’ll need cheap flights to Mykonos Airport (JMK) if you’re planning this break yourself (unless, of course, you’re arriving by helicopter or private jet). Compare flights and other holiday extras, such as car hire in Mykonos, and create your stay, your way, on TravelSupermarket.
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From basic rooms and self-catering apartments that cater well for travellers on a budget, to the luxury, five-star hotels that combine sea views with opulent dining and a choice of swimming pools, there’s a hotel for you in Mykonos. And TravelSupermarket can help you find it – at the right price, of course.
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So where will you stay?
Sunsets over the sea and some of the finest scenery in the Cyclades are your rewards for booking hotels in Mykonos Town, which is also known as Chora. The charming town has a village feel, with pedestrian-only cobbled streets that house upmarket jewellers and clothing boutiques. Little Venice, where balconies teeter over the sea, is the perfect place to enjoy dinner as the sun makes its watery departure for another day.
Mykonos Town hotels range from small, friendly budget pads to stylish hotels that scream modernity and minimalism. One of the island’s best-known luxury hotels is the Belvedere, which is located close to everything in Mykonos Town.
You don’t have to stay in Mykonos Town for a five-star stay, though. Luxury hotels are scattered throughout the island. Narrow your search on TravelSupermarket to four- and five-star hotels for a truly unforgettable stay.
Other popular resorts, also featuring an excellent range of accommodation, include Ornos, Agios Stefanos, Tourlos and Platis Gialos, which features a lovely sweep of sands. Family hotels are peppered across the landscape, with beachside stays in Ornos and Platis Gialos suiting family visitors in particular.
For hot beach clubs that take partying from one morning until the next, look for hotels in Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach.
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When you’ve booked your ideal place to stay, it’s time to plan your holiday. Here are a few of the top attractions in Mykonos…
Top five attractions
From the bars and jazz clubs of Mykonos Town to the beach parties at Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach, Mykonos has one of the best non-rowdy nightlife scenes in Greece.
Labyrinthine, bougainvillea-scented and teeming with temptations, Matoyianni Street in Mykonos Town is the place to shop. Can’t see a piece of jewellery you like? Get one made. Holiday souvenirs don’t get more precious than that.
Wherever you stay in Mykonos, local buses and water taxis run to well-known southern beaches and hidden bays. You’ll have to make your own way in the north, so book car hire in Mykonos and claim your very own slice of seaside.
A day trip to Delos
Hop aboard one of the regular day trips to neighbouring Delos – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and hugely important archaeological location in Greece.
The Church of Panagia Paraportiani
Located in Mykonos Town, this whitewashed hulk of a church has visitors snapping away. As it’s next to the sea, it’s also a great spot for sunset.
Holidays in Mykonos are unforgettable. Get along to any of these annual events, and your memories will be even more powerful…
The Feast of the Virgin Mary; August 15: The Monastery of Panagia Tourliani, in Ano Mera village, is the setting for this yearly religious feast. Visitors are welcome to attend.
XLsior Mykonos; August: Touted as “one of the most exclusive” gay festivals in the world, XLsior delivers hot music and hot days at the height of the holiday season.
Harvest Festival; second Sunday in September: This traditional event sees feet in grapes at the press, fingers on strings to play old-time music, and plenty of lips around glasses to truly honour the island’s rich harvest.