Glistening sunshine and an array of spectacular beaches
A stroll around the town is a great experience wandering down the tiny cobbled alleyways uncovering all types of shops from upper class designer offerings to small locally produced craft and souvenir shops. An amble down the waterfront will ensure you meet Petros the Pelican, a stone sculpture that has been the official mascot of Mykonos for many decades. Evenings in the capital come alive and certainly appeal to the energetic with a range of bars and clubs going strong until dawn to tempt you. There is also a softer side to an evening in Mykonos Town and you can choose to enjoy a romantic drink in a trendy cocktail bar or an intimate meal in an authentic Greek taverna.Another lively resort on this retreat of fun in the sun is Plati Yialos with its great selection of restaurants, bars and tavernas. The beach here is amazing and offers every type of water sport imaginable to while away your days and make the most of the glistening sunshine and warm seas. If you’re looking for a more relaxed pace of life, the likes of Aghios Ioannis or Tourlos are an ideal choice. With just enough entertainment to keep you busy and amazing beaches to top up your tan these resorts are perfect for families and couples alike offering the perfect base for tranquil holidays in Mykonos.You have an array of spectacular beaches to choose on your Mykonos holidays – a great day out is spent hopping between them via a local water taxi to ensure that you don’t miss out on any of the lovely secluded coves or buzzing stretches of sand. Watermania is a great fourty acre complex assured to keep the children and adults entertained with its array of exhilarating water slides and rapids. Other places of interest include the islands archaeological museum or the landmark windmills that line the waterfront. Whether you want to stay in a self catering apartment or a stylish 5 star hotel Mykonos has it all on offer for you. A range of great bargain holidays are available to this pretty island and there’s something to suit everyone wanting a memorable sunshine holiday to Mykonos. You can book holidays to Mykonos online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Something for the little ones and those who just don’t want to grow up, Mykonos’ water park is great if you’re looking for a day away from the beach. One of the more popular tourist attractions in Mykonos.
If you have time and you always wanted to visit the birthplace of the gods then take the short trip to the tiny island of Delos. Greek legend has it that the sun god Apollo and his sister Artemis were born on this once holy site. Home to some of Europe’s most extensive excavations, if you like your Greek history you’ll love this place.
Paradise by name, paradise by nature. Relax and take in some sun, sleep off your hangover or continue partying, Mykonos’ most famous beach has it all. Mainly popular with a younger crowd, you’ll find bars, restaurants, dance clubs and an array of watersports. Don’t miss the closing parties here if you are on the island in early September.