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Ideal for: Revelers, Foodies, Island Hoppers
One of the most popular islands in Greece is a beacon of turquoise water, sandy beaches, and iconic whitewashed architecture. Mykonos' nickname, "The Island of the Winds," gives a clue as to its most popular water sports—surfing, sailing, and windsurfing. Explore the award-winning restaurants, charming old squares, historic churches, and one-of-a-kind shops in the main town of Hóra. Venture to the tranquil southwestern coast to relax at the stunning Katikies Mykonos Hotel, or explore the southern beaches for a taste of Mykonos' lively nightlife.
If you're a history buff, swing by the Aegean Maritime Museum. The museum's exhibits go into detail about Greece's storied maritime traditions. Enjoy a close look at seafaring vessels as well as nautical artwork.
The quaint beach shack has no electricity—just a grill, great food, and plenty of wine. It's so popular that people suggest going before they open at 12:30 p.m. to get in line
Enjoy a beautiful Aegean Sea sunset in one of the most charming neighborhoods on Mykonos. Here, colorful homes perched on the edge of the sea call to mind the homes in Venice.
Mykonos has beautiful, warm weather and bright sunny skies year round. Heavier rain arrives in the winter months, between September and April, so choose a summer month if you're craving sunshine.