Many fall in love with Mykonos and for good reason. A truly stunning Greek Island, it is known for its sapphire blue waters of the Aegean Sea and its stunning coastline. On top of that, its charismatic main town is yet another reason as to why people enjoy the island so much. Hotels in Mykonos range from the simply beautiful to the basics. Depending on what you’re looking for on your holiday you can choose from pristine, whitewashed 5-star establishments to basic apartments that have all the amenities you could possibly need during your holiday.
Pick from a range of resorts which in turn host loads of accommodation options. Head to the chic Mykonos Town, which is home to enchanting narrow streets which wind around whitewashed buildings, complemented by brightly coloured shutters and doors. Or perhaps you’ll take a liking to Aghios Ioannis which is perfect for those looking for a peaceful and tranquil time in Mykonos.
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The average flight time to Mykonos from the UK is 3 hours 50 minutes.
Mykonos beaches are some of the most beautiful you will see. Golden sands and contrasting, sparkling blue waters are what they have to offer. Some are even lined with nearby restaurants and cafes, so when you get peckish after a swim or some sunbathing, you’ll can grab a bite to eat close by. One of the great things is that you can find some Mykonos hotels right on the beach, so not only will you be practically right on the sand, but you’ll most likely wake up to scenic views every morning too. Some of Mykonos’ best beaches are:
The summer provides this Greek Island with its best weather throughout the year. However, it is also the time when Mykonos welcomes the majority of its visitors. As a result, the best time to head to Mykonos would be during September as the weather remains warm, but the crowds have left the island. May is also another fantastic time to visit Mykonos as it is before the summer rush and also a little more affordable than the summer months.
Average high and low temperatures for each month (°C):