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The bright-white buildings, gathered around a marina dotted with colorful fishing boats bobbing on the brilliant blue Aegean, make a travel poster-perfect scene. From glamorous celebrities to backpacking adventurers, visitors are drawn to this island for its history, traditions and fun in the sun.

Mykonos hotels are open seasonally, April through October.

Mykonos Hotels

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Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spaimage
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Petasos Beach Resort & Spaimage
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From backpackers to the superrich, from day-trippers to yachties to celebrities (who head here by helicopter), Mykonos has become one of the most popular of the Aegean islands. Today's scene is a weird but attractive cocktail of tradition, beauty, and glitz, but travelers from all over the world have always been drawn to this dry, rugged island—at 10 miles by 7 miles, one of the smallest of the Cyclades—thanks to its many stretches of sandy beach, its thatched windmills, and its picturesque port town. One thing is certain: Mykonos knows how to maintain its attractiveness, how to develop it, and how to sell it. Complain as you will that it is touristy and overdeveloped, you'll be back.

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In July and August, the Cyclades are crowded and less personal and more expensive than they are at other times of the year. Walkers, nature lovers, and devotees of classical and Byzantine Greece would do better to come in spring and fall, ideally in late April through June, or September through October, when temperatures are lower and the islands are less tourist-riddled. In late March the islands begin to burst with thousands of varieties of wildflowers, and sprightly crimson poppies dapple stern marble blocks; the sea begins to warm up for comfortable swimming in late May. Autumn's days are shorter, but the sea remains alluringly swimmable well into October. Autumn travel to the islands also brings rustic pleasures: grapes are pressed in September, and zesty olives are gathered and fields plowed in October.

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Top Experiences

  • Mykonos Windmills : These seven windmills were built to mill grain that was offloaded in the harbor hundreds of years ago. One of the most photographed sites on Mykonos.

  • Archaeological Museum of Mykonos : A modest museum, which has a large collection of ancient ceramics.

  • Beaches : Sunbathing and swimming are top pursuits at beaches around the island, such as Agios Sostis Beach, which is quiet and will not have the large numbers of tourists. For a livelier atmosphere, go to Elia Beach, Kalo Livadi Beach and Kalafatis Beach.

  • Alefkandra (Little Venice) : An area lining the Western side of the Old Harbor, the restaurants and tavernas are perched right next to the sea and the sunsets are impossibly beautiful.

  • Take a ferry to Delos : Greek mythology lists this island as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. The excavations here are a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is also a museum nearby housing many artifacts.

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Region: Mykonos
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