Why visit Mykonos?

Clubbing! It's fast becoming Europe's club capital. Void is the place to be in 2020 with high-profile DJs heading to keep you dancing until the Greek sun rises. Because of this upward trend, the island is seeing a cluster of spa hotels being opened.

When should I visit?

Although mild throughout the year, September and October are cooler than the rest of the summer months when temperatures rise into the early thirties. It is a nice time to enjoy the island as there are less tourists and you can get some fab hotel rates.

Must-sees?

As well as clubbing, the island is known for its stunning coastline. What a great way to prepare for the night ahead than a sunbathe on a beach that feels more suited to the Caribbean? Kalafati combines tranquil tavernas with excellent surf. Fab! Mykonos Town is full of narrow and twisting streets; Matoyianni Street is preety thanks to its flowers; Little Venice is great for cocktails all in the backdrop of windmills. The island also has some splendid ruins: investigate the ruins of Thule or take a boat trip to the island of Delos to explore the mythological birthplace of Apollo.

Local traditions?

Weaving was once an important industry on the island, but sadly this is no longer so. Nikoleta's shop in Mykonos Town ensures that the industry survives and is worth a visit whilst visiting the island.
                                                                                            Mykonos is seeing a fresh move towards spa hotels at fair prices.
                                                                                            Mykonos is seeing a fresh move towards spa hotels at fair prices.

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