The cosmopolitan island of Mykonos is located in the heart of the Cyclades Islands in the Aegean sea and could be a yachting destination all on its own. The island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece, countless restaurants ranging from well known brands to simple tavernas, and numerous bars and nightclubs to enjoy until the early morning hours. Mykonos is the ideal yacht charter holiday destination and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and preferences.
Mykonos town, also known as Chora, is a typical Cycladic village built amphitheatrically, with a maze of narrow streets leading to the sea. It features the typical architecture of the Cyclades with whitewashed cubic houses that beautifully contrast with their colored wooden doors and windows. The heart of the town is only accessible to pedestrians making the walk among the labyrinth streets particularly agreeable.
Chora has numerous cafes, bars, night clubs, chich boutiques and jewelry stores. Iconic landmarks include the 16th century windmills and the Little Venice area. Watch a stunning sunset from Galleraki Bar in Little Venice, while sipping on its famous melon daiquiri called Katerinaki. Sea Satin restaurant, located right below the town's windmills, is a great choice for enjoying a traditional Greek dinner and dancing on tables. Mykonos is known for its vibrant night life. Visitors can enjoy cozier bars as well as large dance clubs that attract world-known DJs and will stay open till the early morning hours.
Ornos bay is a good location to anchor your yacht and use as a base for exploring the island. Kalo Leivadi, Elia beach and Psarrou are some of the most popular and beautiful beaches in Mykonos. Agios Sostis, another stunning bay, has one of the most picturesque restaurants on the island called Kiki's taverna, that is certainly worth the wait. For anyone looking for a full day of partying Super Paradise is the place to be. Nammos Restaurant by the Sea at Psarou beach is another 'it' location on the island; guests can enjoy a delicious lunch, which will certainly turn into an afternoon on dancing and partying.
Just a few miles away from Mykonos is the tiny, uninhabited island Rineia. Accessible only by boat, the islet has beautiful sandy beaches and stunning clear waters. It's the ideal location to enjoy some snorkeling in the turquoise waters or take a walk on the island to the remnants of an ancient Hellenistic town. For history lovers, the neighboring island of Delos, which is accessible only by boat, is the ideal place to spend your morning. It is considered the birthplace of Apollo and is home to some of Greece’s most important archaeological ruins.
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