Are you confused with all those articles about what to visit on your trip to Mykonos? Here are the hottest spots for the next season – places you would definitely enjoy visiting!
Best Spots To Visit In Mykonos
Nobu by Nobu Matsuhisa, in Belvedere Hotel at the edge of Mykonos Town. New Style Japanese cuisine with Peruvian and Mediterranean influences in a cozy fine dining atmosphere next to the hotel’s swimming pool.
Kikis Tavern on Agios Sostis beach. Delicious local dishes next to the seaside. Kikis has no telephone for reservations and no electricity for cooking, so everything is prepared at the open air charcoal grill.
Koursaros at Meletopoulou Square in the center of Mykonos Town. Elegant decoration in white and blue that brings in mind the sea and the interior of a luxury boat. The menu is Mediterranean with a lot of fresh fish and seafood dishes.
Buddha Bar at Agia Marina beach, near Ornos Bay. The famous Parisian restaurant chain can now be found in Mykonos as well. Greek and oriental fusion dishes in a relaxing, oriental ambience with magnificent views to the Ocean.
Principote on Panormos beach. A luxurious all day resort where you can eat, drink, sunbath, buy clothes or smoke shisha.
Nammos at Psarou, the favorite beach for celebrities and VIPs. Mediteranean cuisine and an impressive list of champagne labels, including some very expensive or rare ones. For a private day at Nammos you can rent one of its 4 luxury cabanas.
To enjoy your holidays at maximum, choose to stay at one of the elegant five star hotels or a Mykonos Villa.
The best five star hotels are Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge at Megali Ammos beach, Cavo Tagoo and Belvedere hotels at the suburbs of Mykonos Town and Mykonian K Hotels at Platys Gialos, Elia beach or Mykonos Town.
The ultimate luxurious accommodation you can find in Mykonos is Villas in Mykonos by MLV.VILLAS. They offer spacious, stylish indoor and outdoor areas, privacy and the top of amenities and services. Mykonos Luxury Villas can be found on the most beautiful locations near the sandy beaches of the island or around the main city.
Mykonos lifestyle loves exotic cocktails. It is the ideal way to enjoy the marvelous sunset or begin your night adventure at the island’s bars and clubs. Very experienced bar tenders prepare signature cocktails for their guests using all the kinds of ingredients and a big portion of imagination!
You can visit Aroma Café Bar on Matogianni Square from 8.30 in the morning and have a coffee or a light breakfast. Later on, you can sit at one of the outside tables to enjoy the cocktail of your choice watching the crowds passing by the busy narrow street. One of Aroma’s best signature cocktails is the Batanga cocktail.
Queen of Mykonos is a champagne and cocktail bar located also on Matogianni Square. Its guests are mostly younger people and the DJ plays house music. Inform the bar tenders about your likes and let them prepare a unique cocktail just for you.
Galleraki is a two floors cocktail bar in the middle of Little Venice, an ideal location to watch the sunset. Ask for the famous Katerinaki cocktail and dive into the sunset colors.
If you are a party animal Mykonos clubs are the right place for you. You will find a lot of bars and clubs very close to each other that stay open until early in the morning.
Void and Moni clubs are both located in Mykonos Town but in different areas. Void has 3 levels and the highest one is accessible only with a special ticket. Moni is relatively new and decorated in a traditional Cycladic style. They both host famous DJs and have become the city’s hottest spots for clubbing.
For clubbers that want to experience dancing in the nature, we suggest Cavo Paradiso. It is located near the famous Paradise beach and you can dance inside or outside, on the sand and under the stars. Remember that high hills and sand don’t really make a good combination!
Loved this travelogue; Mykonos is a beautiful island! Our first visit there was in 2013 during a Greek Islands cruise. We only had a few hours and it was raining, so we never got past the shoreline area of Little Venice. I was so excited to see it on our cruise itinerary last fall, but sadly, the ship had to change course due to bad weather. Hope we get the chance to go there again! There are a few fascinating archaeoligical sites on the island, as well.