Luxury in Mykonos: Cosmopolitan lifestyle, sophisticated nightlife and Greek mythology
Mykonos is one of the most well-known and well-loved Greek islands. On Mykonos, you can become part of Greek mythology by visiting the birthplace a local hero, Apollo, and setting foot on the battlefield where Hercules killed the invincible Giants. Then walk the endless small streets and feed your eyes on shops, windmills, churches, terraces and whitewashed houses. Mykonos is a food lover's dream! You can enjoy a simple Greek meal in a charming tavern, hidden away in a labyrinth of small streets, or you can relish international gourmet cuisine in one of the five-star club restaurants. Mykonos caters for every taste and every budget: the choice is yours! ‘Downtown' Mykonos is a vibrant hub with many nightclubs offering a wide variety of dance and musical entertainment to satisfy any taste. In Lakka square, you can have fun time as you party non-stop through the night with various DJ's setting the mood. The island is world famous for its golden-yellow sandy beaches and the transparent waters in all shades of blue. The perfect place for an unforgettable summer holiday at the seaside is in one of the private rental villas in Mykonos.
The historic treasures of the nearby Delos, as well as the stunning natural surroundings and picturesque villages, enhance the experience of a cosmopolitan lifestyle and sophisticated nightlife. The blazing Mediterranean sun drenches the lovely sandy beaches and the sparkling blue waters. It is part of the Cyclades, lies between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos and it is famous for its luxury seaside villas. Its age-old bare rocks contrast starkly with the blinding white of the traditional peasant houses. This dry, arid island covering an area approximately 90 square kilometres is home to history in many forms. The island of Delos is administratively a part of the municipality of Mykonos and was included in the World’s Cultural Heritage in 1990. It is one of the most important mythological, historical and archaeological sites in Greece. Mykonos Airport is located 4 kilometres southeast of the town of Mykonos and it is served by international flights during summer. Mykonos is also accessible by boat and ferries and high-speed vessels travel there daily from the surrounding islands and from Athens. On the island, you can travel around by taxi, boat or bus.