Discover Mykonos

Mykonos is one of the most popular resorts in Europe (if not the world) since the 1950s. Here the parties last longer than the nights, the beaches are made into dancefloors and new trends kick off to capture the world. But the lush lifestyle and glamorous parties that made Mykonos famous all over the globe are far from its only appeals. For along with the luxurious yachts of the international jet set there still sail traditional fishing boats, the typical architecture of Cyclades is unwavering in its beauty and the many natural bays and gulfs are bathed in the most blissful sunlight.
It is an ancient place of Dionysian worship, where the god of reverie supposedly roamed the land with his mother, the lunar goddess Semeli, right across Delos island – the birthplace of his solar opposite, Apollo.
No wonder Mykonos is still and always will be a land of cosmic convergence where the opposites meet and harmonically coexist.

Getting there

There is an international airport connected directly with Eleftherios Venizelos Airport in Athens as well as France, Germany and the United Kingdom.

There are daily ferry and speedboat connections from the ports of Piraeus or Rafina. The trip’s duration varies from 2 to 5 hours depending on the type of boat you will choose.

If you don't have your means of transport, we can arrange minibus or other private transfers from the airport / port to the villa.

Go swimming

In Mykonos a day at the beach is never just a matter of swimming. Get your summery mood going and dive into whatever may come along.


A spacious, quiet, organized beach very close to the villa, ideal for families and couples looking to relax and enjoy the sun. If you feel a little more adventurous you may try the water sports.

Kalo Livadi

Very popular due to its beautiful clear waters and golden sand, this gem of a beach is partly organized and filled with plenty of beach bars and restaurants to choose from.


One of the longest beaches in Mykonos, Elia is also one of the busiest. Sun beds, beach bars, restaurants and amusement options are naturally included in your experience.

Platis Gialos

Platis Gialos is one of the most popular beaches of the island, filling with thousands of people during summer time attracted by the golden sand and the wonderful turquoise crystalline waters.


Undoubtedly one of the most comfortable beaches on the island, Lia boasts gorgeous thick sand and azure waters as far as the eye can see.

Super Paradise

This world-renowned shore is the epitome of the Mykonian experience. Named after the beach club of the same name, it seems like the beach is constantly partying, a celebration of life, love and joy that lasts all summer long. Don’t miss it!


Mykonos definitely is an island to be lived, not just visited. Whether you are spending your holiday or just passing through, there is always something to discover or just wonder at, much like when you visit a fantasy land where everything seems somewhat magical and fascinating.

Panayia Paraportiani

This 17th century church hosts five temples beneath its unique architectural style, reminiscent of the style of Antoni Gaudi and is, for good reason, one of the most iconic buildings of the Aegean.

The Windmills

A trademark of Mykonos and of Cyclades as a whole, the windmills on the hill oversee Chora for more than five centuries.

The Ruins of Delos

Delos is a small island two miles west of Mykonos. It is considered the birth place of Apollo, the god of sunlight and was a prominent religious site of the ancient world. Today the ruins on the almost uninhabited island still echo the awe and inspiration of a time long lost.

Rarity Gallery

Considered one of the leading galleries in Greece, Rarity Gallery hosts works of international artists within its five uniquely set rooms providing a full spectrum of contemporary movements and their various facets.

Little Venice

A small, picturesque neighborhood of old boating buildings and houses that literally seem like they hang above water. Arguable one of the most impressive sundowns in the Mediterranean.


Staying busy is the easiest thing to do in Mykonos, as there is always something to intrigue and fascinate you. Just try to keep up!
All summer long
Enjoy a variety of musical or stage shows during Mykonos Art Festival taking place every summer throughout the island.
Celebrate sexual diversity at the Xlsior Festival.
August 15th
Partake at the great feast celebrating the Ascension of Virgin Mary in the village of Ano Mera.

• Put on your running shoes and run a marathon all around the island at Mykonos Run. 
• Help make the year’s first wine at the Harvest Festival.