Arguably one of the most popular islands in Greece, Mykonos is well-known for its great nightlife, lavish eateries, vibrant beaches and iconic 16-century windmills.
Picture white-washed walls, cobbled streets, trellises entwined with vines and pops of pink flower petals, and you’re smack bang in the middle of Mykonos. People travel to this island for its photo-worthy sights, whether that’s in the town, along the waterfront or amongst the locals. It’s a compact maze that you’ll lose yourself in for hours.
Take half a day (either the morning or afternoon) to enjoy a luxury catamaran cruise along the Aegean Sea. Soak in the sun, enjoy the magical views of Delos and Rhenia, and enjoy refreshments on board. There will be short stop offs along the way for you to take pictures and swim/snorkel if you wish to.
Mykonos being a Greek Island, uses the Euro
Five days would be more than enough for you to enjoy its architecture, sights, beaches, shops and restaurants.
Yes, families who visit Mykonos tend to stay in Ornos.
Between June and September, you will find the temperature tickling the thirties which means the sea will be perfect for swimming. However, in September and October, the crowds start to thin out but the temperature remains more or less the same. This makes September and October the perfect time.
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