SUMMER IN MYKONOS
We’re excited to introduce you our friend and globetrotter
Mario Perillo (@mario.perillo), who just come back from his last
dream trip to Mykonos.
Everyone has heard about this delectable dreamland in the Aegean Sea but
are you sure you know everything you need to seize the genuine beauty of this Island?
Mario has listed “5 must-do’s” for you!
Stroll through the little alleys of Mykonos Old Town
Start walking from Mykonos Town and pass through seaside area Little Venice to find cute boutiques and cafes on the island. Discover main sites such as the impressive whitewashed Paraportiani Church, and whet your appetite with a gyro or two at Jimmy’s or Souvlaki Story.
Rent a quad bike and explore the island
Hop on a quad bike without a map and follow your instincts to find hidden gems of Mykonos! Every corner and day-to-day life in Mykonos is a delight to the eyes, from little sheeps to local churches. We urge you to pack your camera and kinis and stumble upon Instagrammable views and trendy beach clubs to take a dip and cool down.
Visit the traditional Windmills of Kato Mili
Located on the western side of Mykonos Town, you’ll find five majestic and iconic windmills overlooking the sea. Built in the 16th century, the windmills were once used for the island’s history of grain milling. Nowadays, it’s a reminder of Mykonos’ past plus picture perfect spot that can’t be missed!
Did I Mention the Beaches?
The beaches on Mykonos have something for everyone. If you’re in Mykonos for some rest and relaxation, however, the beach you’re really looking for is called Agia Anna. It’s small, it’s secluded, and it’s far from the raucous party crowds you’ll find on other beaches in the area.
Have a sundowner at 180 Degree Sunset Bar
Step into 180 Degree Sunset Bar to discover this gem providing best panoramic and jaw-dropping views of and Aegean Sea. Yummy cocktails, chill out music and amazing sunset to end your perfect day on this romantic island.