The Cosmopolitan Island of Mykonos

Mykonos devotedly preserves its authentic Cycladic charm, with its cube-like whitewashed houses, iconic windmills, and cobblestoned mazy alleyways, while masterfully catering to its visitors’ glamorous lifestyle, by showcasing tourism infrastructure excellence, leading dining and entertainment options, as well as high-end clothing, jewelry and accessory boutiques. The unbearably charming couleur locale, incredible archeological monuments, outstanding sandy beaches with crystal clear emerald waters, effervescent nightlife, and frenzy beach parties until the wee hours of the morning attract eminent personalities and celebrities from all over the world, as well as individuals who wish to enjoy the good life. The indescribable magic of this island has appealed to the rich and famous ever since the 70s and 80s, when the first luxurious yachts and small cruise ships started crowding the- nascent at the time- marina. Since then, this masterwork of the Aegean has maintained its upscale status, glamour and fame through time.

Mykonos Island

Mykonos combines the charm of authentic Cycladic architecture with a lifestyle at the height of fashion. The island’s trendy restaurants and bars, designer boutiques, luxury 5 * hotels, fantastic sea and party beaches…


The most famous beaches in Mykonos

The most famous Mykonos beaches are located on the southern coast. Ornos is a lovely, organised beach with fine sand. Located in front of a fishing village on an inlet, the beach has quiet waters, protected from the wind.


Hora & Little Venice

The postcard-worthy Hora –which is the island’s capital- has a rich history that goes back through centuries, and a stunning architectural style with dazzling white boxy houses and flowering backyards.


Delos Island

The sacred, rocky islet of Delos, which is supposedly the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, is one large archeological site; the most important in the Cyclades cluster. For a thousand years it was thought to be…