Vibrant, cosmopolitan, beautiful, traditional, and perfect all-around; Mykonos is the number one Greek destination, and the reason why is clear as crystal.
The sheer beauty of Mykonos is a good enough reason for anyone to put the island high up on their bucket list. Glamorous, beautiful, and wild, it comes as no surprise that it has become the ultimate holiday destination for travelers around the world; after all, who can say ‘no’ to bright sunlight, crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, whitewashed houses, and a lively nightlife?
Is one day in Mykonos enough? Granted that you’ve arrived in Mykonos without the only purpose of your trip being clubbing and drinking, you have the opportunity to appreciate its magnificent sites the locals are the proudest of but the visitors tend to neglect. Here is a comprehensive one day itinerary in Mykonos that will ensure that you get the most out of your time on ‘the island of the winds’.
When someone arrives at Mykonos, its vibrant nightlife, its limitless supply of bars and clubs, and the wide selection of sparkling, sandy beaches are expected. What you may not expect, however, are the culinary treasures that await hidden between the whitewashed, cobbled streets of the island. Treasures that the Mykonian gastronomy lavishly offers to its locals and visitors that consist of delectable local products and age-old recipes that have raised generations upon generations of Greeks.
You’ve heard about Mykonos, I know you have. It is one of the most favored Greek destinations worldwide and its beauty has been the product of dreams for many people- even Greeks! Full of fun and fascinating things to do and experience, it’s only natural that you visitors can feel a bit overwhelmed when visiting Mykonos, and that’s what I’m here for: to help you prioritize your days in the magical Cycladic island by revealing the top 15 things to do in Mykonos!
Known predominantly for its signature windmills and wild parties, Mykonos is one of the most avant-garde Greek islands, part of the Cyclades islands group in the Aegean Sea, serving as the dream destination to visitors from all around the world.
Mykonos, the queen of Cyclades, might be known for its bustling nightlife and partying ways, however the island of winds, as it is often referred to due to its seasonal ‘meltemia’ winds that keep the island dry, cool and enjoyable during hot summer days, has a lot more to offer to its visitors.
Who says that Mykonos is not a family-friendly island? We are here to tell you a much different story.