What to do in Mykonos, Greece

Discover, dine and dance in star-studded Mykonos

Cycladic dream Mykonos is one of Greece’s most iconic stars. It’s become one of the brightest lights in the Aegean constellation, thanks to its blue and white buildings and chic, labyrinthine streets.

Home to fascinating history, quaint villages and soft sand beaches, there’s plenty to dazzle wanderlust-fueled travelers here. Mykonos has pulled other stars into its orbit and is now an A-list destination thanks to the cool waterside bars and clubs that keep the party going until sunrise.

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With Celestyal, you’ll enjoy a guest experience worthy of the gods as you retrace their ancient footsteps across Mykonos.

Shimmering sands and azure Aegean await

As the sun arcs across the sky to reach its highest spot, travelers are called to Mykonos’s buzzing beaches. The lively Paradise Beach is home to a dazzling beach club that regularly welcomes superstar DJs. Agios Sostis, meanwhile, is a lunar haven crafted for serene suntanning and mindful moments whilst enjoying the blue hues of the horizon.

Celestyal gets you closer to the stars of every destination. Our expert guides show you the island’s best sandy spots, including watersports-lovers’ destination Kalafatis Beach and peaceful Agia Anna – perfect for families.

Lose yourself in the story of Mykonos

The labyrinth of Mykonos Town, also known as Chora, promises a transcendental experience. Stop to admire the blooming bougainvillea and explore the cobbled whitewashed streets that are home to sparkling boutiques, intimate bars and delicious seafood tavernas. Once you’ve wound your way through the maze, you’ll spot the charming neighborhood of Little Venice, where colorful houses are propped above the sea.

Are you looking for more than sipping cocktails under the stars? Experience the thrill of history coming to life before your eyes at the Aegean Maritime Museum, where everything from pre-Minoan ships to 19th-century costumes show what life was like in Ancient Greece. Just a short ferry ride away, Mykonos’ sister island of Delos is home to even more history. Said to be the birthplace of Artemis and Apollo, there are glittering ruins to discover in this open-air museum – including iconic full-size marble lions.

Authentic Greek gastronomy

To truly experience Mykonos, your tastebuds must be rendered starstruck by the island’s unique flavors. Whether it’s locally sourced seafood or Mykonian cheeses, every dish carries a distinct flavor profile that reflects the island’s culinary heritage.

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