Wander through narrow and labyrinthine cobbled streets, past white washed walls, sapphire trimmings, and cascading pink flowers to find the attractions of Mykonos Town. Visit the iconic windmills of Kato Mili, and relax at a taverna overlooking the floating buildings of Little Venice. Then duck in and out of high-end boutiques that lay hidden within the close knit avenues.
Greece is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world, and it is worth testing your palate on the wines here. No tour would be complete without a sample of the local produce, after all. Raise your glass and enjoy crisp whites and full-bodied reds, with some local cheeses and olives.
Mykonos is paradise for beach lovers and Platis Gialos Beach is the jewel in its crown. Set in a half moon bay, the lapis waters and golden sands of Platis Gialos will lure you to return to it time and again. Water sports and activities are in plentiful supply here, as are traditional restaurants and cafes.
After a long day exploring the island of Mykonos, sit back and relax at a luxury spa in extraordinary settings. Unwind with a massage and a body scrub, detoxify in the sauna and steam room, and choose from a full menu of therapies and treatments. Rejuvenate the body and mind, ready for another day of adventure.
Travel to the island of Delos and go back in time to the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. Close to Mykonos, this uninhabited island is a museum and an archaeological site, and home to some of the most important artefacts in Greece. Sacred temples, grand statues, preserved mosaics and amphitheatres rise amongst the pillars of ancient ruins.