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What is There to do on Mykonos?
A better question might be what isn’t there to do on Mykonos. From exploring the country side by motor bike or horse back, to exploring the tight alleyways and discovering the high end restaurants and shopping that Mykonos Town has to offer, there is an endless list of activities to do on Mykonos, especially for those with luxurious tastes.
Charter a Yacht
Possibly one of the best ways to explore the islands, Mykonos Yacht Charter offers charters from sail boats to mega yachts. Whatever yachting needs you many have, Mykonos Yacht Charter offers a number of luxury services, from a private chauffeur to VIP security. At Mykonos Yacht Charter they’re happy to tailor your experience to your exact preferences and needs.
Scuba Diving or Snorkelling
The Aegean Sea is famous for crystal clear water and calm seas, so what better place to go scuba diving? If you’re new to scuba diving then there are plenty of schools on Mykonos where you can learn the basics, like the Mykonos Diving Center. Although if it’s not your first time, then you should consider a diving excursion with them, or better yet, go diving or snorkelling off a private boat.
Little Venice and Mykonos Town
Situated in the heart of Mykonos town, Little Venice is named for its resemblance to Venice, Italy; Its buildings perched right on the edge of the sea. For many years these buildings served as residences, but now they house stylish bars and restaurants making it the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail or meal right on the water.
Other than eating and drinking, Mykonos has lots of shopping opportunities. Not only are there plenty of designer brand names with locations on the island, but you’ll also find local artisanal shops just waiting to be discovered.
An island located just a short boat ride from Mykonos, Delos is considered to be one of the most important archeological sites in Greece. If you are interested at all in Greek mythology or archeology, then the ruins on Delos are a must see. You could take a guided tour, or wander the island yourself.
Where to Stay in Mykonos?
Mykonos has some of the most luxurious and beautiful hotels in the Aegean. Expertly curating classic Myconian architecture with contemporary finishings, you can find anything from private hill top villas, to private ‘cave pools’, to personal 5 star chefs; Whatever luxury accommodation you might be looking for, Mykonos has it.
Cavo Tagoo boasts some of the most beautiful suites and villas on Mykonos. This luxurious hotel has an appropriate name given you can choose from suites with private ‘cave pools’. An architectural master piece, Cavo Tagoo offers 5 star cuisine and is just a short walk, or shorter cab ride, from Mykonos Town.
The Myconian Naia offers an immaculately designed space that combines timeless architecture with contemporary flair. With hill-top suits that can include a private pool if you so choose, the Naia has one of the best restaurants on Mykonos. But for those nights when you don’t feel like going out, a private chef and his team can be at your disposal to prepare whatever you’d like in the comfort of your suite.
The Belvedere Mykonos
The Belvedere boasts 5 star accommodation with a high end restaurant and bar. Its location is unique since they offer a number of detached hilltop suites and water front villas, which, while exuding a sense of privacy, are still only an 8 minute walk from the centre of Mykonos town and 3 minutes to the hotel itself.
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Mykonos has endless luxury experiences to explore, and this article really only scratches the surface of what the island has to offer. With Luna Jet you can leave the headaches at home and simply travel, luxuriously.