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Koxyli Suite is suitable for 2 guests, with a private jacuzzi, is located in Kanalia in Mykonos, in the west part of the island, offering a stunning view of the islands of Tinos and Delos. Sitting on the outdoor guests have the chance to enjoy the most romantic and colorful sunsets of the Aegean Sea. The Cycladic architecture in natural stone inspires the ultimate serenity.
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Groovy, nifty, boho-chic, roomy and stylish with boundless sea views… The House ( 180sq.m. on a 1425sq.m. property) has 4 Master Bedrooms (Queen size beds), 1 double Sofa-Bed, 5 Bathrooms and can accommodate up to 10 persons.
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Villa Omnia Mykonos suitable for 6 guests, with a private swimming pool, is located in Kanalia in Mykonos, in the west part of the island, offering a stunning view of the islands of Tinos and Delos. Sitting on the outdoor guests have the chance to enjoy the most romantic and colorful sunsets of the Aegean Sea. The Cycladic style of the villa in natural stone inspires the ultimate serenity.
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Your guide to Mikonos
All About Mykonos
One of the most famous Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is often celebrated for its vibrant summer music scene that attracts world-famous DJs, celebrities, and revelers from across the globe. The island's architecture is instantly recognizable around the world as a Mediterranean paradise, with purple and pink Bougainvillea flowers standing in stark contrast to the white sun-bleached buildings that make the island chains famous. Secluded beaches, historical sites, and streetside cafes that seemingly date back to the island's original inhabitants can all be found along the cobblestone streets of this picturesque Greek isle.
If you are searching for Mykonos's culinary scene, check out the island's capital of Hora, also known as Chora and Mykonos town, where you can find great restaurants, a thriving nightlife scene, and important cultural centers. Or head inland for some mountain biking throughout the island's hilly interior between stops at the more secluded beaches the island offers its visitors.
How do I get around Mikonos?
Mykonos International Airport (JMK) connects the island with flights to and from Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH), Thessaloniki Airport (SKG), and many European destinations. Ferries also arrive multiple times throughout the day. Ferries depart from the Piraeus, Rafina, and Lavrion ports in Athens and several smaller ports on the mainland and the surrounding islands. Once on Mykonos, you have several options for getting around. The characteristically narrow and winding streets encourage you to get lost while exploring the island's major towns on foot. There’s also an efficient public bus system that operates through much of the island. Taxis are readily available, as are scooter rentals should you want your own means of transportation.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mikonos?
The best time to book your villa in Mykonos depends on whether you’re looking to participate in the lively music or if you’d rather seek seclusion among the sandy beaches. The summer months provide warm temperatures with minimal rainfall, perfect conditions for enjoying the surrounding waters — this season also brings lots of people to Mykonos’ beaches and streets from June through August. September and October are great times to visit as the weather is still pleasant enough to enjoy the beach, and the numbers of visitors drop.
Travel to Mykonos is still viable in the winter. However, temperatures drop and rainfall increases, taking sunbathing and swimming off the table. Be sure to bring jackets and a few layers if you decide to visit during this time.
What are the top things to do in Mikonos?
This historic and visually-stunning neighborhood in Hora overlooks the southwest end of the town's harbor. What used to be a residential area for retired captains dating back to the 13th century is now a collection of hip bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and boutique shops. After enjoying some of the best Italian-inspired seafood on the island, wander up the hill and snap some photos of the 16th-century Venetian windmills.
Archaeological Museum of Mykonos
This archeological museum hosts an impressive display of artifacts uncovered from the various excavation efforts on the island. Some of the oldest artifacts on display, including vases, pottery, and jewelry, date back to the 25th century B.C. Discover the island's fascinating history and cultural developments through the centuries.
Set sail from the old harbor for Delos Island, located just a few miles off the coast of Mykonos. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Greece's most significant archaeological locations due to its vast array of temples dedicated to the classical Olympian gods. You can find ancient temples, fountains, markets, and lion statues across the island. Be sure to visit the Archaeological Museum of Delos while here to check out a selection of important relics from the island.