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Travel Guide: Mykonos

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After a few days of beach living, it’s time to head to the main town. The heart of Mykonos is Chora — the vibrant capital that is home to many whitewashed churches (including the renowned Panagia Paraportiani, the most photographed in the Aegean), the Mykonos Windmills (great for sunset views), and endless, charming maze-like cobbled streets. Chora is full of souvenir stores, luxury chic boutique shops, seaside bars, tiny cafes, cool brunch spots (check out The Liberty Breakfast Room), fine dining restaurants, lively clubs, and waterfront tavernas serving delicious seafood and local dishes. It also has its own romantic Little Venice neighborhood, with its colorful houses perched above the sea. After getting your shopping fix, pay a visit to the Mykonos Archaeological Museum. Built in 1902, the museum houses a beautiful and rich collection of Greek pottery, sculptures, and antiques. There’s also the Folklore Museum which contains old furniture, ceramics, Byzantine icons, and hand-woven textiles. Several island and day trips depart from the main port near Chora. Two you don’t want to miss are the Cycladic island of Delos, the mythological birthplace of Apollo, and the historic and up-and-coming Naxos. 

Naxos is well known for its traditional villages, beaches, and Greek history and mythology. Lesser known is that it’s also a hub of gastronomic experiences. Be sure to check out Yazoo, with its buzzing atmosphere and amazing menu of cocktails and Cretan-Naxian dishes. Chora is just as famous for its history as it is for its legendary food and parties. By night, its narrow streets are filled with crowds, many of which are heading to Pasta Fresca Barkia for the best pasta and seafood spaghetti in Mykonos, BAOs for incredible cocktails and sea views, and Lola for an intimate and romantic seaside experience with a flamboyant crowd. Wherever you go, most end up in Skandinavian Bar and Disco, a Mykonos Institution with three floors that pours out on the streets.

  • Little Venice: is replete with elegant and gorgeous old houses that are situated right above the sea. Famous for its sunset view, it is fully geared up to cater to the whims and fancies of the discerning international travellers. There are plenty of entertainment options ranging from loud-music clubs to sunset cocktail-bars.
  • The Windmills: the quintessential feature of Mykonos landscape. They are primarily concentrated in the neighborhood of Chora and some are located around Alefkantra. These innovative mills were primarily used for crushing agricultural yields. There were 16 windmills operating until the first decades of the 20th century. 
  • Private Tour at Delos: Do not miss a private tour to the archaeological island of Delos which is the center of the Cyclades and is among the most important sites of Greece. According to Greek mythology, Delos was the birthplace of Apollo, the god of music, pure light and his twin sister Artemis, the goddess of hunting. Nowadays, many visitors arrive to Delos, to feel the unique and pure energy of the place. 
  • The Archaeological Museum: built in 1902. The Museum was set up primarily to preserve the vestiges recovered from the Purification Pit which dates to 426-425 B.C. This pit was unearthed in the year 1898 by renowned scholar D. Stavropoulos from the picturesque islet of Rhenia. 
  • Openair Cinema – Cine Manto: unique and vast garden located in the center of town of Mykonos, open to the public, drowned by palm trees, towering pines and unique species of cactus. Sheltered from the wind and always cool, it is an unexpected picture of Mykonos. Within this majestic garden you may find the open-air-cinema Cine Manto and the coolest cafe-restaurant of the island Cine Manto Restaurant. 

Psarou Beach

In your first few days in Mykonos, you want to head to one of the five beaches along the south coast of the island. For absolute luxury, there is only one choice: Psarou Beach — the most famous and trendiest on the island. Located in the south around four kilometers from Mykonos Town, the 150m long beach is the top pick beach among celebs and VIPs for good reason: it’s emerald green water, dramatic scenery, and upscale Mykonos beach clubs. Psarou sits within a well-sheltered bay, making it the ideal anchoring point for the island’s most expensive and beautiful yachts. It’s also home to many high-end restaurants and beach bars, the most famous among them being Nammos Beach Club. While it has an upscale bohemian chilled-out atmosphere, there’s always a party breaking out at Nammos. The extremely popular Mykonos beach club and restaurant is simply the place to be and be seen in The Cyclades. To avoid not getting in or waiting in long lines, make sure to arrive early or book ahead with your luxury travel agent.

Psarou is one of the most famous beaches of the island offering golden sand and crystal-clear waters. Every year, thousands of visitors arrive to this gorgeous and highly organized beach by car or yacht. One of the main attractions here is Nammos restaurant, a hotspot for celebrities and jet-setters. Spoil yourselves on the most comfortable sunbeds and around 16:00 is when party begins.

Tip: Due to Psarou's excessive demand - especially during July and August, reservations for tables and requests for sunbeds need to be made at least 3 days in advance. As per Nammos sunbed policy, the restaurant does not accept reservations for the sunbeds, however they take requests and include the guest’s name on a priority list, which is taken into consideration until 11:00 am. 

Paraga Beach

The next beaches along the coast are Platis Gialos — with lots of restaurants and a water taxi to Paradise Beach — and Agia Anna Beach, where you will find the famous Nikolas Taverna. We recommend heading to the bustling Paraga Beach and home of three Mykonos beach clubs: the luxurious SantAnna, chilled-out Kalua, & the ultra-stylish Scorpios. A favorite of our CEO Niko Contardi, the must-visit Scorpios is a space of art, design, food, music, and healing. Named one of the best beach clubs in the world by Conde Nast Traveler in 2020, the boho-chic design and award-winning food attract a sophisticated crowd that like to party hard and in style. 

Ftelia Beach

You don’t want to finish a trip in Mykonos without checking out the Northside of the island. The northside of Mykonos is much more chilled out and relaxed than the Southern side. It’s perfect for boat days, family outings, snorkeling, island hopping, wildlife and sea life spotting, massage, walking, etc. Those still looking for bohemian Mykonos beach clubs won’t be disappointed: The cosmopolitan Alemagou on Ftelia Beach and the high-end Principote on Panormos Beach are two of the best on the island. Also known as a windsurfers paradise, Ftelia beach is one of the most tranquil and bohemian in Mykonos. Its strong northern winds mean it’s not optimum for swimming or sunbathing, but for the same reason, it means that even in July and August it’s not very crowded. Sitting on the left side of Ftelia beach, Almegaou is an all-day beach destination, offering coffee, breakfast, food, cocktails, swimming, and dancing. If you prefer more action, it’s also the perfect base for watersports such as windsurfing, kite surfing, beginners and advanced surfing, and diving.

Panormos Beach

This well-sheltered, unspoiled beach is a haven for snorkeling and the home of the laid-back and luxurious Principote Beach Club. Accessible by car or beach club moorings (the best way to see the North is by car or yacht), this Mykonos beach club has a particularly impressive fine dining restaurant, complete with an Aegean-inspired sushi bar and a VIP restaurant area. If seeking even more privacy, a short drive along the coast is Agios Sostis: a completely undeveloped beach surrounded by sloping hills. Armenistis Lighthouse is also a must-visit and a great excuse to reach the northwest tip of the island.

Previously a well-kept secret, Panormos is one of the Mykonos beaches that retain a “wild and natural” side. Half of it is serviced by Principote de Mykonos restaurant and beach bar and is crowded, filled with umbrellas and laid with luxurious sunbeds, while the other half remains unspoiled and natural. Principote de Mykonos restaurant and beach bar, a last year entry, is already considered one of the classiest and most upscale spots for the summer. Venues are new, chic and luxurious, cuisine is Greek, and service is of the highest quality in all levels.

Kalo Livadi Beach

Kalo Livadi’s thin white sand makes it one of the most beloved beaches in Mykonos. As you walk down one of the longest beaches on the island, you will find a section with loud music making you want to dance in your lounge chair and a tranquil section to relax. With fine sands and shallow, crystal-clear water, you will be sure to see a range of people playing paddleball or enjoying a nice walk on the sandy stretch. The beach is family friendly and both Greek and international restaurants and beach clubs can be found across the coast.

Fokos Beach

Fokos is a great beach for those who wish to get away from the crowds in Mykonos and enjoy the sea in seclusion and tranquility. The beach is family friendly and hosts a small Greek tavern which makes a great lunch option for authentic Greek cuisine and fresh local seafood. For the adventurous, the beach can also be approached by horseback riding. There

are several horseback riding programs, some of which include a photo shooting from a professional photographer. 

Tip: The sandy beach of Fokos has no tourist facilities, like umbrellas and sunbeds, so stock up on essentials!

Agios Sostis Beach

Agios Sostis has been the most popular natural beach of Mykonos since the 50’s. Totally untouched, it offers a sandy coastline, clear waters and privacy. The small and famous Kiki’s tavern right up the hill is the most authentic traditional Greek tavern of the island, as it has been operating for more than 30 years without electricity or a phone, offering freshly prepared delicious meals.

Tip: No sun beds, umbrellas or restaurants means stock up on essentials and enjoy this shallow-watered paradise.

Kapari Beach

For those who wish to explore the waters of a small, wild and untouched beach, Kapari is the total destination. The beach is close to Agios Giannis Bay and the town of Ornos. Kapari offers the mesmerizing feeling of a private natural beach.

Tip: Pack some refreshments, as there is nothing of the sort close by

Platis Gialos Beach

Platis Gialos offers the widest range of watersports, inflatables and jet-skis on the island. The quality of service and instructors is by far the highest of the island and the equipment is the newest. The wind conditions are usually ideal as the beach is protected from the winds.

Platis Gialos Beach is also great for families. With a sandy and shallow shoreline as well as a life-guard on duty, it is safe for the children to play and enjoy the water. There is also an array of restaurants and beach bars, so all you need is at hand’s reach.

Kalafatis Beach

The absolute haven for wind-surfers and wind-surfing fans, Kalafatis Beach has its own wind-surfing school (necessary equipment available to rent) and frequently hosts competitions. For non-wind-surfers, the beach-volley court, the water sports area and the diving center that organizes excursions to the two little islands nearby will pleasantly consume your time.

Lia Beach

Lia is a sandy, family friendly beach, which offers the opportunity to explore the inspiring coastal scenery of the Southeast part of Mykonos. The professional PADI instructors of the diving resort will guide you to a scenic scuba experience at the hidden diving sites around the island.

Korfos Beach

Korfos Bay proudly hosts one of the most advanced Kite-surf schools in Greece. The ideal wind conditions at the specific beach make it perfect for both beginners and advanced wind-surfers. The company offers lessons with experienced instructors and full equipment rentals.


Food on Foot Private Tour

To experience a culture, you must first experience the local cuisine. Walk around the whitewashed and narrow streets of Mykonos heart, with a professional guide and enjoy local treats on every stop! He will introduce you, in the most tasteful way, to local secrets and the history of the island. 

Wine Tour

Enjoy a Unique wine tasting adventure with a sommelier expert, explore ancient wine varieties, while listening to the secrets of Greek Mythology.

Safari Tour

It's time to explore the secret places that no one can reach and see. Being on vacay with family or friends? Experience a unique jeep safari tour. The ideal way to start your day and see the Armenistis light house which is built in 1891 and other unseen places! 



A family run restaurant with its own character, which remained unchanged over 3 generations and reflects local tradition and authentic Greek cuisine. All of the vegetables and most of the meat comes from the family’s farm. As local as it gets? Ask Nicolas, who is a fisherman will present you the catch of the day! 

Where: Agia Anna Beach - Paraga 


There is no sign, but Kikis’ Tavern is located on the hill between the trees overlooking Agios Sostis Beach. Kiki’s has been operating on the hill above Agios Sostis Beach for more than 30 years without electricity. The restaurant does not even have a phone and does not accept reservations for its few tables. The food is charcoal grilled, fresh and delicious. Kiki’s only operates from 13:00 to 18:00 in plain daylight, as there are no lights after sunset. Waiting lines for a table are long, as it has become very famous along the ages. Early arrival is recommended in order to avoid extensive queues.

Where: Agios Sostis Beach 


When it comes to restaurants in Greece and Mykonos specifically, Sea Satin Market Restaurant is an all-time classic, a 'must' and the ultimate choice. It is the first and, yet today, the only modern restaurant that has managed to revive famous Greek celebration customs and invent the 'Towel Swirling' turning them to international 'ritual' trends, a new way to dining, partying and celebrating on the island of Mykonos. 

Where: Chora, Little Venice


Escape the masses for a day by driving out to Fokos Beach, on Mykonos’ isolated north coast. You can really feel like you’re abandoning civilization as you bounce down the rough track that leads to your first glimpses of the intense blue sea and arrive at the secluded bay. A few hours of swimming and sunning and you’ll be ready for something to eat, and luckily, there is one (just this one) tavern here. Run by a friendly Greek-Canadian family, Fokos Taverna serves barbecued fresh fish and homemade beef burgers, with refreshing salads. Complete your experience of decadence with their disturbingly delicious chocolate mousse cake, but don’t leave it too late, as the tavern is open for lunch only. 

Where: Fokos beach


Right in the heart of a farmstead, Rizes restaurant, is an authentic folklore experience. Vivid and traditional flavors are being served daily. Homemade pies, salads and spreads, roasted and oven baked vegetable or meat recipes, are some of the dishes that one can try at this pure ambience. 

Where: Ano Mera


Interni is a celebrity hotspot, an ideal destination for dinner and drinks in the heart of the island, set against the Cycladic sky. Its magical garden ensures you’ll enjoy sipping your cocktail in the most stunning scenery. The menu is described as “creatively Mediterranean”, with a focus on healthy eating and high-quality ingredients, coupled with flavors from around the world. Whether you’re looking to try some of the finest Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations or just to get an early start on the Mykonos nightlife, Interni is the place to be. 

Where: Chora, Matoyanni 


Remezzo has now been transformed into the go-to spot to indulge in a world of gastronomic delights. Along with its amazing sea views, everybody has been craving about its exceptional Mediterranean cuisine. It's right in front of the harbor, so the view is enough to make it worth it. 

Where: Chora, old harbor front 


Better known as "Nobu", this restaurant combines traditional Japanese cuisine with influence from Latin America. As ingredients flow in fresh daily, in addition to daily specials featuring outstanding fish and sea food sourced from the Aegean, the poolside setting, Matsuhisa Mykonos offers a truly unique "Nobu" experience.

Where: Chora, at the Belvedere Hotel


Bringing the spirit of Peru to the Greek Islands. COYA Mykonos invites you into a world inspired by the flavours and colours of Incan heritage and Latin American culture. From the art on the walls to the tribal beats of COYA Music, allow yourself to be taken on a multi-sensory journey from the moment you walk in. 

Where: Chora, Malamatenias Street


Entering through a clandestine door in Mykonos town opening on to a spectacular garden, the scene is set for an unforgettable night of high-octane glamour. 

Where: Chora, 6 Enoplon Dinameon Street


Zuma brings its world-renowned contemporary Japanese cuisine to “The Island of Winds”, Mykonos, for its first pop-up on Greek shores. Zuma will reside in the luxury 5* hotel, Cavo Tagoo, featuring alfresco dining along with stunning vistas over the seascape and sunsets. 

Where: Cavo Τagoo Hotel, Mykonos


Nestled in a flourish yard, inside Mykonos town, only two minutes away from picturesque Little Venice, Mamalouka serves delicious Mediterranean dishes. 

Where: Chora, Mykonos Town 


Undoubtedly one of the hot spots on the island of Mykonos, guests of Buddha-Bar Beach can look forward to a distinctive experience that combines the signature atmosphere of the renowned restaurant with the unparalleled views of the Aegean Sea. A choice of exceptional Mediterranean & Greek fusion cuisine, together with Buddha-Bar specialties will be offered for lunch and daytime hours. When the sun sets with backdrop the majestic blues, Buddha-Bar dishes take the lead with utterly delightful tastes and unsurpassed quality to offer an extraordinary experience together with worldly known DJs! 

Where: Ornos, at the Santa Marina Resort 


Located In the heart of Mykonos, Koursaros specializes in fresh fish and seafood. The atmosphere is very enchanting and ideal for romantic dinners and family gatherings. Where: Chora, Mykonos Town


A new entry from family of Scorpios. The generosity of spirit characterizes the Nōema kitchen. A new Cycladic cuisine that spotlights indigenous ingredients and cooking methods, sharpened with an experimental attitude to satisfy the modern palate. An eclectic assemblage of musicians, performers, and DJs alight in Nōema’s hidden courtyard to explore fresh musical horizons. 

Where: Chora, Mykonos Town


Marvelous bar- restaurant in the main shopping street of Mykonos Town, offered for an upscale dining experience. Lotus ambience, is such a relaxing experience. Must try their amazing cocktails. Where: Chora, Mykonos Town


Which was the first to introduce the Japanese cuisine to the Greeks about 20 years ago, is moving for the summer period in Mykonos. Hereby, the lovers of high gastronomy will have the opportunity to initiate themselves in Japanese cuisine and enjoy unique 

dishes that “take off”. All these, in a unique customized space where Japanese 

elements and Cycladic references are harmonized in an environment of high 

aesthetics. Where: Chora, at the Leto Hotel


The Katrin’s family marries traditional Greek recipes with French gourmet cooking, for the last decades. Outside, in the picturesque cobbled streets or indoors in the cozy space made of stone and fine traditional decoration, with a sense of France, you will enjoy Greek and French specialties prepared daily with care and fresh ingredients collected from the market of Mykonos. Try zucchini flowers stuffed with rice, mint and pine nuts, traditional homemade spinach pie with leeks and feta cheese and red peppercorns, chateaubriand with grilled vegetables and in the end apple tartine with Calvados cream. 

Where: Chora, 1 Agias Kyriakis Street


For more than ten years now, Nammos Restaurant has been one of the top beach dining establishments in Europe. It’s not a matter of luck that their cuisine has been praised by food critics from all over the world. With an exquisite Mediterranean cuisine made from the best ingredients, fresh fish and vegetables from local gardens. 

Where: Psarou Beach 


The new spectacular setting of Principote of Mykonos in Panormos, creates the backdrop for an unforgettable summer experience. With full respect to the natural beauty of the beach, every detail has been carefully thought out to deliver elegance at its most unpretentious. Wood is the dominant material both outside and inside, blending harmoniously with the exceptional landscape and soothing water elements, evoking a zen feeling. This is where you will slide into a mindblowing dining sensation, with gastronomic delights that will surpass your every expectation. 

Where: Panormos Beach 


Located on a gorgeous strip of white sand, SOLYMAR is a beach club and lunch-spot, a few meters from the sea and sunbeds of Kalo Livadi Beach, on the southeastern shore of Mykonos. The allday menu offers delicious flavors with succulent Greek salads drizzled in olive oil, mouth-watering appetizers and main dishes. Tip: If you are planning to have lunch around 4-5 pm during high-season, make sure to reserve a table, as it can get very busy. Where: Kalo Livadi Beach


Adhering to its belief in holistic renewal and its philosophy that the food we eat should reinvigorate and nurture us through natural ingredients and inspiring tastes, SCORPIOS presents a unique dining experience. At its heart is the understanding that “we are what we eat” and a culinary team that focuses on highly selective, healthy cuisine, presenting simple yet refined dishes that are infused with a Greek provenance, yet which are also influenced by the world-traveling folks in the kitchen. Where: Paraga Beach


The absolute all-day beach bar & restaurant Alemàgou on Ftelia Beach offers a bohemian setting you wouldn’t expect to find in Mykonos. Originally laid-back yet eclectic, totally relaxed yet elegant, both remote and cosmopolitan, rough yet refined, Alemàgou is here to prepare the Mediterranean meals you have been waiting for so patiently all year. After all, this is what the word Alemàgou means in an ancient dialect of Mykonos: at last! Where: Ftelia Beach 


First built in 1960s, but continuously renovated since then, the Hippie Fish stands proudly as one of oldest modern times restaurants of Mykonos and the Cyclades Islands. Hippie Fish’s menu focuses on its famous seafood and vegetables, but that doesn’t mean meat lovers will be disappointed. As an alternative option, let them surprise you with their own version of sushi at the Sushi Bar.

Where: Agios Ioannis Beach 


SantAnna is the most luxurious beach club in Mykonos on a long stretch of Paraga Beach. Inside the giant compound, there is a full entertainment complex, a Greek taverna, a sushi bar, four cocktail bars, a free-form pool, and a full-service spa and salon. Where: Paraga Beach 


Feel the fine sands, taste the salt air, take in the splendor of the crystal clear, turquoise sea of Kalo Livadi. Lohan Beach House Mykonos only embellishes what is already naturally surreal. 

Where: Kalo Livadi Beach   


An iconic pool at the heart of the property where music, food, drinks and most importantly people gather to soak in the view and experience sounds from the most accomplished performers in the world. 

Where: Agios Stefanos 


Located at an idyllic spot right on the stunning Paraga Beach, Kalua has been a must-visit summer destination for more than 15 years and the best place to enjoy an exceptional meal or a relaxing cocktail by the sea. 

Where: Paraga Beach 


Inside a beautiful cave of Agia Anna, next to Kalafatis beach, you’ll find a restaurant-bar like no other. Peacefully nestled on a natural platform on the rocks, hanging over the sea, Spilia (cave) Seaside restaurant is one of the most iconic Mykonos hotspots. 

Where: Kalafatis   


This traditional restaurant makes dining in Mykonos a unique experience, right on the beach of Kalafatis, serves delicious meals based on traditional Mediterranean recipes, but enriched with creativity. This place is ideal for families. 

Where: Kalafatis 

Nammos Restaurant & Beach Club

The world-famous Nammos Beach Club is home to an equally renowned restaurant that offers glamorous Mediterranean dining by the sea. 

With a boat arriving every morning with fresh catches, Nammos is undoubtedly the place for fresh fish and seafood. People travel far and wide to enjoy its unique sushi, the finest beef cuts, and, of course, to relax and let go at the party hub of Psarou Beach.

Jackie O’

Extravagant beach club


Bohemian beach bar and restaurant

Shisha on the Beach


Relax and indulge in an original shisha experience overlooking the crystal waters of Ornos. Choose among the special tobacco blends and observe the shisha preparation ritual.


Indulge into an authentic shisha experience. In Principote Mykonos, at Panormos Beach, it is believed that it is not just about using good tobacco and charcoal, but also about bringing a balanced coordination into every element, in a precise and correct manner. Their Medusa shisha pipes are carefully selected to provide the optimum enjoyment whilst smoking your favorite flavors. 


Colorful puffs, nonchalant atmosphere, sea views and the seductive fragrance of tobacco smoke; you are in the Shisha Lounge. Shisha experience in Nammos has its own sui generis characteristics; tobacco is of the highest quality with an authentic, wholesome taste. From the Shisha flavors menu, pick among various flavors to add a flavorful twist to your shisha experience.



Located in the center of Chora, you can sit on the terrace of the chic Queen with a coffee and watch the crowds go by throughout the day. Then at night you can go back as it has turned into one of the best hotspots of Mykonos. 

Where: Chora, Enoplon Dinameon Street 


Named by Newsweek as one of the 10 best bars in the world and popular for over 30 years, Caprice Bar doesn’t just live up to its reputation, it exceeds it. Located on the edge of the sea wall in Little Venice, with entrances at the front and back, this bar will be packed wall to wall, mostly with Greeks and jet-setters enjoying music and the low key and effortless glam atmosphere. A traditional-style setting with laid-back, sunsoaked mood prevails throughout the day and belies the exciting environment that takes over after sunset. It is a perfect balance of chic stylishness, excitement, and relaxed feel that makes Caprice the ideal place to chill out, day or night.

Where: Chora, Little Venice


While it may be tiny, at Astra you will be sure to find the best music by some of Athens' top DJs while dancing all night. It holds both indoor and outdoor tables, but don't be fooled - during the high season, this place is packed with Greeks and jet-setters. It is basically the Mykonos hotspot.

Where: Chora, Tria Pigadia


BONBONNIERE MYKONOS, which is centrally located in Chora, has already attracted star DJs and celebrities. Open 24 hours and serving locally inspired cuisine during the day on the expansive outdoor terrace, it transforms during the evening to entertain island partygoers looking to experience the island’s world-renowned night life. The club is open seasonally from May until the end of August.

Where: Chora, Tria Pigadia 


Bao’s is located in the Little Venice area with its remarkable views and has arrived to dominate the sundowner cocktail hour in Mykonos, from 6pm onwards. Rebellious and unconventional in nature with daring cocktails and epic music, it has become a total Mykonian adventure. 

Where: Chora, Little Venice 


Each year Nammos welcomes the elite and offers calm surroundings, well protected from the wind and the teen chaos of other beach venues, refreshments and sumptuous food. The bar is located right next to the restaurant and it’s where you can mingle with the Nammos crowds, socialize with the crème de la crème and view outfits straight off the catwalk. The Nammos parties are always a huge success and remain unforgettable to whoever has the privilege to attend. From midday to night, you will be sure to see people dancing on tables at Nammos, offering a cosmopolitan experience well worth living. 

Where: Psarou Beach - Average Ages Seen: 25 - 60


Perched on a ridge on the southern part of the island just a short drive from Mykonos Town, SCORPIOS sits on its own peninsula overlooking Paraga Beach. The property is nestled between two stunning beaches that offer rare uninterrupted views from Mykonos across the open Aegean Sea. The tiered property is also hugged by the wild wonder of a protected nature reserve, that offers guests the precious luxury of an eastern sunrise and the day’s closing sunset over southern cliffs.

Where: Paraga Beach  -  Average Ages Seen: 20 - 50


Located on a gorgeous strip of white sand, SOLYMAR is a beach club and lunch-spot, virtually constructed on the beach itself, a few meters from the sea and sunbeds of Kalo Livadi, on the southeastern shore of Mykonos. Named after the Spanish words for sun and sea, SOLYMAR is a well-known hotspot mainly for the Greek crowds or those in the know. After you enjoy a delicious lunch here, you can slowly start moving to the DJ’s rhythm, as a little pre-game for the night to come. The real party starts around 6 pm to end well after sundown. Dancing on tables is encouraged, SOLYMAR is the grown-up alternative to Super Paradise - a destination not to be missed.

Where: Kalo Livadi Beach  -  Average Ages Seen: 25 – 60


One of the most popular beach bars in Mykonos is set on Paradise Beach, where the party starts every afternoon in the peak summer season. The international, young, and looking for fun head to the outdoor bar to dance in the sand, on tables, and by the sea. The music is loud, mainstream and fun.

Where: Paradise Beach - Average Ages Seen: 18 - 25 


Moni - brand new London Style dance club, pretty selective for what concerns clientele, music and service. Hip Hop is predominant. It encapsulates the Mykonian identity: rich in history as well as a modern, international, cosmopolitan hotspot. The club was founded by a diverse group of people from all over the world who have been coming to the island every summer for over 25 years. Experts on Mykonos' nightlife, they have created a place where both island regulars and first-timers will feel at home. With international DJs and VIP catering, a night at Moni is promised to be an unforgettable one. 

Where: Chora, Agia Moni Square 


Cavo Paradiso is famous all around the globe as one of the best dance music summer venues. A strictly late night/after-hours club, it is situated up a hill on the left of Paradise Beach. Cavo Paradiso boasts stunning sea views and a swimming pool in the middle of the club, to keep things interesting. The party doesn't start until 2:00 - 3:00 am but you can dance the sunrise away and keep going until well after the sun comes up. Cavo Paradiso hosts world-class DJs who return year after year just to entertain the Mykonos crowd.

Where: Paradise


From the creators of London’s Toy Room comes a summer dance bar pop-up along the Little Venice promenade. Luring a trendy crowd of Londoners and Athens weekenders, Toy Room Club offers a nightlife alternative to long drives to the beach come 2 am. The club is surrounded by a large terrace that begins to fill after sunset and perks with life until around 12 am when the DJs raise the volume with an eclectic mix of house and EDM tracks. Where: Chora, Little Venice


Just when you feel the night is supposed to end, that's when it's time to head to the popular club Güzel. Greeks crowd inside to dance to all the popular summer songs. Here you really feel like the night never ends. It's just when you walk outside to look at the gorgeous waterfront, you'll realize that the sun came up hours ago. It's truly the Mykonos experience!

Where: Chora, by the old harbor


A remarkable boutique venue located in the heart of Mykonos Town. The ultra-lux venue, fitted with Function One sound, features exclusive quality through its stunning, modern interior style and unique LED overhead sculpture. The large dance floor and elevated private booths follow the alluring curvature of the club's design. The soundtrack of VOID is mostly house music, presented by eminent DJs around the world such as Black Coffee, Damian Lazarus, Guy Gerber and more.

Where: Chora




Inspired from ancient Greek art and history, Ilias Lalaounis has created a unique collection of jewelry. Instead of diamonds and stones, Lalaounis' jewelry comprises only gold, calling it 'the most human material. Where: Chora, 14 N. Polykandrioti Street 


Trained as a goldsmith from a young age, Minas has designed a line of unique, elegant jewelry. Each item in his collection is made of gold, sterling silver, or porcelain, signed by Minas himself. Where: Chora, Agia Kiriaki Square 


"Apriati: the ancient Greek word meaning strong desire for having beautiful possessions." Their distinctive and innovative handmade jewelry designs are inspired by the arts and crafts of ancient Greek history and mythology. Where: Chora, 20 Matoyanni Street 


A family-owned store, Rousounelos represents world class luxury through its collection of watches and jewelry designs, as well as its high-quality services to their clientele. It is known to be the official representative and distributor for such prestigious watchmakers. Where: Chora, 32 Matoyanni Street 

  • GOFAS 

Tradition, experience, luxury, glamour and gorgeous designs, extraordinary & unique timepieces or jewelry, compose a magnificent picture to those visiting our boutiques! Where: Chora, 43 Matoyanni Street


  • SOHO – SOHO 

For those who miss the shops in Soho of New York City, this Greek boutique is the place to go. Soho-Soho has locations around Greece and sells everything from Yosi Sama flats to Alice By Temperley dresses and fun tees by Amsterdam-based Zoe Karssen. Check it out. Where: Chora, 40 Matoyanni Street 


 Enny Monaco offers evocative clothes that have been individually handpicked from a number of top world designers, like Zac Posen, Nina Ricci, Paco Rabanne, L’Wren Scott, Kiton, Christian Louboutin Shoes, Nancy Gonzales croco bags and many others. Where: Chora, Tria Pigadia 


Linea Piu boutique holds some of the world's finest fashion houses, such as Chanel, Tom Ford, Blumarine, Christopher Kane and more. There they aim to offer personalized customer service, advising customers on the style which fits them best. To extend their commitment to customer service, they also offer its VIP foreign clients private presentation appointments. Where: Chora, 24 N. Kalogera Street 


Maurizio is a Greek label spotlighted annually in the best fashion shows worldwide. Designed and produced from their own fashion labs, each article of clothing is unique and uses only the finest materials, such as linen, silk, exotic leather, Swarovski elements and others. Where: Chora, Matoyanni Street 


Just picture this: your favourite brands in the whole world await in the best location Mykonos has to offer. Nammos Village is a true lifestyle concept, purely captivating and utterly inspiring. Feel free to discover it. Where: Psarou Beach 

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