Cheap all inclusive in Mykonos Town holidays will place tourists in the heart and centre of all the activities of the island. Tourists will have easy access to many bars, restaurants, shops and other tourists facilities in the island. It is an impressive, lovely town, with balconies that are brightly painted.
All inclusive Mykonos Town is also referred to as Chora by the local people and comes with an incredible nightlife. This destination is the Mykonos island’s capital in Greece. The town stands out amongst the most lovely Cycladic towns. This is the region that is always regarded as Little Venice and is truly worth seeing and will engage each tourist. When the sun sets, the narrow streets of this capital are swarmed with people who are ready to party throughout the night.
With the view of a lovely harbour that is surrounded by mountains and four windmills, this town is Greece’s most luxurious and unrestrained party destination. The residential community features five-star holiday lodgings and chic restaurants that draw in celebrities and a global gay gathering. Tourists will find the best beaches are not within the capital, but on the southern coast that can be accessed from the harbour by using taxi boat.
Beaches in Mykonos Town
Around Mykonos island, travellers will find many beautiful beaches with sandy coves suitable for an incredible choice of water games and daytime fun activities. On the western coast of the island is Agios Ioannis beach, which is considered to be amongst the most stunning beaches on all inclusive holidays in Mykonos.
Aghios Stefanos beach is nearest to Mykonos Town and is around a kilometre to Troulos. Agrari beach is around 10km from the south coast close to Elia. Tourists certainly need to visit the Paranga and Paradise beaches.
Cheap all inclusive in Mykonos Town holidays feature many holiday activities that are ideal for a wide selection of tourists. This makes it a perfect holiday destination for party-goers and families alike.
Any tourists looking for some culture in Greece should visit Mykonos Town. A good place to visit is the fascinating archaeological museum.
If holidaymakers visit Mykonos just for the beaches, they can stop off at Fabrikos Square bus station, so they can go with the buses to the island’s neighbouring beach resorts, for swimming or sunbathing in the Aegean Sea clear blue waters.
Tourists will find a nautical historical centre at the town centre and a folklore museum that shelter collections of folk musical instruments, symbols and furniture.
There are numerous fine jewellery dealers and little boutique shops and other places to shop for Mykonos souvenirs.
Alternatively, tourists could go to one of Mykonos Town’s harbours. The 2 harbours make the perfect location to go on a beautiful picnic or stop for a drink. Holidaymakers can also use this destination as a base to catch the boat going to other regions in the islands.
Mykonos Town food
The traditional delicacy is fish or seafood. However, on a Mykonos Town holiday, you will have opportunities to sample flavours as varied as Italian, Mediterranean, Greek and international foods. Further into town, you will find souvlaki shops, in addition to pastry shops that make traditional specialities such as oven baked cheese pies and almond-based cakes.
Nightlife in Mykonos Town
Mykonos Town does not know quietness during summer. There are numerous bars and nightclubs that stay open throughout the night.
The best time to go
Mykonos Town is sunny throughout the year with heat and sunshine during summer and a favourably cool weather during the winter. Rain is normally not an issue since sunny days outnumber the wet ones. The hottest months are between July and August while January and February are the coolest months.
Mykonos Town hotels
Cheap all inclusive Mykonos Town holidays in Greece means that tourists can lodge anywhere from 5-star luxury hotels to modern holiday accommodation as well as options for the best boutique hotels that are located in Mykonos Town. There are also budget accommodations including pool hotels, villas, and self-catering stay.
Map of Mykonos Town, Mykonos
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