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Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in the Greek Isles. It is the perfect location for any traveller looking for sophisticated nightlife. With an array of party beaches, super clubs, and glamourous bars it’s no wonder that the island has become a hub for celebrity festivities.
However, Mykonos proves to be more than just a party Island with its abundance of culture, history, and picturesque scenery. Offering a variety of experiences and attractions, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re walking through the narrow-whitewashed streets of Hóra, dipping your toes in the renowned crystal-clear sea, or admiring the romantic sunset from Little Venice, your stay at Mykonos will be unforgettable.
Partygoers will particularly enjoy the island during its peak summer months when they can expect a bustling atmosphere and incredible nights out. Couples and families however will love a relaxing stay out of season when there are fewer crowds and less noise.
With a wide range of attractions, you’ll find it easy to keep yourself entertained on a Mykonos holiday.
The nightlife never stops on a Mykonos holiday, with classy clubs staying open past dawn. If you’re still raring to go after the sun goes up, head to Paradise Beach Club where the party continues all day and night. Voted the 14th best club in the world, you’re bound to have a great time!
Living up to its cosmopolitan reputation, Mykonos caters to all with its eclectic mix of eateries. Whilst casually dining at a local taverna is perfect for groups and families, couples can enjoy a romantic dinner at Little Venice as the sun sets.
Away from the bustling party atmosphere is the tranquil Fokos beach. This is a perfect location for children due to its cleanliness and clear water – perfect for snorkelling! For a more adrenaline-packed day, you can drive go-karts at Raceland.
Sheltered by the wind, southern beaches provide a lovely atmosphere so you can sunbathe at ease as you enjoy the white sands and turquoise waters. On the other hand, the northern beaches are quieter and windier – it’s no wonder why they’re so popular with surfers!
Head to Matoyianni street for excellent shopping opportunities. Whether you’re looking for designer clothes, jewellery inspired by ancient Greece, or typical tourist souvenirs, this cobbled street of Hóra will have what you’re searching for.
Annually, Mykonos hosts Xlsior – one of the most exclusive gay festivals in the world. With an impressive line-up, this event welcomes thousands of visitors from around the globe!
Peak season in Mykonos is during the months of July and August as they see the most sunshine and temperatures average at 29 degrees. For fewer crowds, head to the Island in May, June, and September when you can still expect warm and sunny weather.
Conversion rates won't be a problem as Euro is used here.
Mykonos is only two hours ahead of Ireland.
During the Summer months there are direct flights from Dublin to Mykonos, but these sell out quick, so we recommend booking early. There are also regular flights from Dublin to Mykonos with just 1 stopover. The island is one of the smallest in the Cyclades so it’s easy to get around. If you wish to travel further afield, you can hire a car, or use the reliable taxis, buses, and water-taxis.