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The Vibrant Mykonos Island

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Popularly referred to as ‘Island of the Winds’, Mykonos Island is one of the Greek Cyclades and it is tucked right between Naxos, Syros, Paros and Tinos. It is also sometimes referred to as Chora and lies in the West Coast. The island has a total area of 33 square miles among which there are lots of exquisite Mykonos hotels which helps boost the tourism industry through entertainment and a vibrant nightlife.

Mykonos was recently voted as the top destination for summer holidays among the Aegean and also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece.

Mykonos Island has a lot of landmarks which makes it a great tourism boost to the Cyclades. Some of these landmarks are the archaeological museum of Mykonos, Little Venice, Tria Pigadia, Mykonos windmills and Petros the Pelican among others. To cater for the surge of tourists which reaches its peak during summer, there are a lot of Mykonos hotels in town and some spread among the villages.

Another factor which greatly contributes to the Islands vibrancy is the active entertainment in both day and night time.

Sightseeing in Mykonos

Chora town which is the capital of Mykonos Island is home to lots of Mykonos hotels which will provide you with easy access to the town’s historical buildings (such as churches, windmills and traditional houses in blue and white).

These Mykonos’ hotels are linked to the main town area which is full of bars, cafeterias and taverns, boutiques and art stores where you can pick up souvenirs as a keepsake reminder of your trip to Mykonos. A typical local product to look out for include leather sandals and products made from natural olive oil.

Other important sights and locations to check out when you are in Mykonos include Little Venice and the ancient windmills, the church of Panagia Paraportiani and the Town Hall of 1780.

Walking tours on Mykonos Island

Another essential activity in Mykonos Island is a walking tour through the island. Taking the time limit you have to explore the island and where your Mykonos hotel is located, you can engage in a variety of organized walking tours. Such a tour will take you to important parts of the island such as Ano Mera village, Kalafatis Beach, the rocky islets of Delos and the Petros Pelican.

To get information about the available walking tours, you can inquire from the Front Desk officer of your Mykonos Hotel. If you are a lover of solitary, you can ask for a detailed map from your hotel which will guide you through its narrow streets, lined with lots of interesting sights to see. 

Mykonos’ Vibrant nightlife

Mykonos Island is a haven of entertainment and buzzing nightlife to keep you relaxed and alive throughout your stay. Depending on where your Mykonos hotel is situated, you will be able to party around the island alongside TV stars, designers and supermodels. Spread all through the island, you will always find organized and spontaneous parties booming with music, food and drinks of both greek and foreign origin. Some of these parties are even held right on the beach and accessible to everyone interested.

Mykonos hotels have greatly contributed to this vibrant nightlife by including bars and nightclubs on their facilities. Some Mykonos hotels are also able to research and provide you with details and tickets of guest artists and Disc Jockeys on a visit to the Island.

What to look for in a Mykonos hotel

When in search of Mykonos hotels to lodge in, there is a need to be calm and collected before deciding. It is highly important to consider the hotel’s services and their location/distance to places in Mykonos you are interested in visiting.

There are lots of Mykonos hotels with pools and other amenities to provide you with a comfortable stay on the island.

Tel. +30 22890 23085
Fax: +30 22890 23668
Drosopezoula, 84600, Mykonos
Cyclades Islands, Greece
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