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A bridge between past and present, Greece welcomes you with its exuberant nature, formidable archaeological sites and fantastic beaches. Myths and traditions come together in the picturesque villages, where folklore and local craftsmanship are on display. In the numerous seaside resorts that dot the Greek islands, hotels that live up to all expectations and the Hellenic people known for their hospitality welcome holidaymakers under the ever-present sun.
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Mykonos is an island in the northern Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea. Perfect for mythology lovers as well as for those looking for a hectic holiday, the island's cosmopolitan atmosphere, which oscillates between ancient history and modernity, is the perfect destination for a heavenly stay. You can lose yourself in the quaint little streets and enjoy pristine landscapes that seem to be frozen in time, while enjoying a lively place with a lively atmosphere. Windmills on the hills, countless churches and beautiful beaches are just a few of the many gems that grace the island's horizon. And if you want to party all night, head to Paradise Beach, known as the 'Ibiza of Greece' for its wild parties.
Framed by the mountains, Psarou is one of the most popular seaside villages on the island. Its 300 metres of fine sand and crystal clear waters invite you to relax. The cosmopolitan beach is surrounded by high-end hotels and other select establishments such as Nammos by the Sea, which attract celebrities from all over the world.
Located on the south coast of the island, 4km from Mykonos town, Platis Gialos is a lively and trendy seaside resort. Lined with bars and restaurants, the beach with its golden sand and azure blue water is the ideal place to bask in the sun. If you are more of a wanderer, you can explore the island on the surrounding hiking trails and visit the ruins of Aspros Pyrgos at the entrance to the village.
An ideal destination for a relaxing family holiday, this seaside village has a beautiful natural environment and many facilities for your activities. Agios Ioannis, named after the monastery of the same name, is made up of small streets where you can admire the colourful flowers on the balconies of the bright white houses. You can also enjoy local specialities in the restaurants and taverns, as well as water sports in the clear waters of the Aegean Sea.
Located on the west coast of the island, this once picturesque coastal village is now home to the new Mykonos yacht and commercial port, where many cruise ships also dock. Since then, the once quiet beach has been bustling with bars and tavernas welcoming guests from all over the world.
The capital of the island of the same name, Mykonos, also known as "Chora", is nestled high above the sea, offering a spectacular view of the Aegean Sea. Its narrow streets framed by the iconic white buildings contrast with the azure blue of the sea and invite you to take a stroll, during which you can stop to buy a souvenir in a small shop, or visit a museum to learn about the history of the town. In the evening, the Little Venice area is the perfect place to enjoy a mezze while watching the sunset.
Ornos is a small picturesque village that has gained popularity in recent years. The beautiful golden sandy beach is the ideal place to spend a pleasant day in the sun, and if you enjoy physical activities, you will have the opportunity to try different water sports in the calm waters of the Aegean Sea. After a day in the water, you can sit on the terrace of one of the typical restaurants and enjoy local specialities, such as freshly caught seafood.
Known as the longest beach on Mykonos, Elia Beach offers a wide stretch of fine sand to enjoy the idyllic climate of the island. It is well laid out with many facilities for your relaxation and is also lined with bars and restaurants. To ensure there is something for everyone, this resort has a special area for nudists as well as a section where the LGBTQ+ population likes to congregate.