Where to stay – Mykonos hotels and apartments

Picturesque Hora with Little Venice are the most amazing places on Mykonos islands. Therefore,  it is not surprising that this is the most popular place where tourists want to spend their vacation. Hora is a lively town with boutiques, cafes, bars and authentic Greek restaurants and with easy transportation options to get to the beach. There are also plenty of accommodation options to choose from from family-run hotels, apartments and beautiful boutique suites to suit all tastes. Here you can get information about best weekly offers for hotels and apartments on Mykonos island.


If you would like to be close to Mykonos town but are looking for a quieter holiday where locals live and with fewer tourists, Megali Ammos is the place to be. Located close to all the fun of the city and Little Venice, but offers some unique things to do like exploring the nearby windmills or relaxing on the quiet Megali Ammos beach.

If you are sun, sea nd sand lover, Platys Gialos is a great option. Not to forget the proximity to the beach of Agia Anna and Paraga. From budget hotels to luxury hotels, it is the perfect place to stay with the advantage of being just seven minutes from the airport.

Elia beach is a luxury vacation spot on the island of Mykonos, one of the coveted off-the-beaten-path spots on the south coast. Here you can spoil yourself in boutique hotels, private beaches, luxurious apartments and hidden places to explore. If crowded beaches aren’t your thing and you want to get away from the busier tourist areas, then you’ll love Elia Beach. The prices are obviously very high and the area is half an hour’s drive from Hora, so not exactly ideal for nightlife.

Paranga and Paradise beach on the south coast with beach parties starting in the afternoon are the ideal place for partylovers. Paranga is more popular with very young people, where you will also find budget accommodation and hostels, while Paradise is lined with luxury accommodation and exclusive villas.

Information Mykonos – the places not to be missed

Mykonos is one of the most famous Greek islands offering not only wonderful beaches, wild nature and picturesque villages. But also delicious Greek food , great parties and a cosmopolitan vacation style.

Perhaps the most famous image of Mykonos is that of the windmills of Little Venice and colourfull streets of Hora. With its beautiful and traditional blue and white houses and its narrow streets full of shops, churches and taverns, the town of Mykonos is a jewel. Each corner is a photographic opportunity.

Platis Gialos beach in the southern part of the island is the most popular beach in Mykonos. Its white sand and beautiful turquoise waters attract visitors from all parts of the island. It is an organized beach with beach bars, tavernas and sun beds, definitely the place to relax, sunbathe and enjoy the crystal clear waters. From here you can also take a boat to other southern beaches (Paraga, Agrari, Elia, Paradise and Super Paradise).
Do not miss a visit to the mills of Mykonos and the Panagia Paraportiani Church. These are certainty, one of the most photographed places in Greece and nobody should miss it.

Special Emotions in Mykonos – for those looking for something more

Panoramic view from the Armenistis lighthouse located on the northwestern tip of the island. A panoramic attraction that offers splendid views of the Aegean islands. The lighthouse is located about 7 km from the town of Mykonos and can be reached by car along the north coast road by simply following the signs for Fanari.

Party at the Tropicana beach bar on Paradise Beach from the afternoon until the next morning. Tropicana Beach Bar is ideal for relaxing on the beach, sipping a cold drink under an umbrella in the morning and joining the party in the late afternoon. Travel Channel named Tropicana the best beach party on the beach.

Not to forget, the beauty of Mykonos is also admiring the underwater marine life. Diving in Paradise Reef exploring the wide diversity of marine life you can admire sea sponges, nudibranchs, colorful wrasses, bream, barracudas, starfish and octopuses.