Beyond simply nightclubs and the hedonistic party vibe. The Greek island of Mykonos has, just like Ibiza, a calmer family-friendly side.
Head away from the main towns and you'll find another side to this beautiful island on a luxury villa holiday. Ancient culture, sleepy villages and secluded beaches can be found if partying is not your thing. So if you are planning a family holiday with the children or a fun-packed trip with a group of friends, our lovely luxury villas in Mykonos will tick all the boxes. A spot of leisurely shopping gets no better than this on a luxury villa holiday. For a more cultural gad about town, head for the old capital of Ano Mera to soak up some ancient Mykonian culture in its beautiful chapel and market square festooned with bougainvilleas.
Indulge yourself in any of our villas below, all of them are beach fronts with air con bedrooms, private swimming pools & cooks on call.
Super glam and romantic, Mykonos is buzzing with culture and excitement. Located in the Aegean Sea, there’s something special about this stylish island. The crowd is cosmopolitan and hip. People watching is a must do activity, as are cocktails at the famous Martini Bar in Mykonos Town.
Sun-worshippers can find their happy place at one of the huge range of beaches, which include the beautiful Paraga Beach and Paradise Beach - home to the renowned Jackie O’ venue which offers a beach club, restaurant and bar. For sushi with a can’t-be-beaten beachfront view, try Bonatsa, not far from Paraga Beach.
Mykonos Town itself offers a smorgasbord of culinary delights. The Nobu venue, Matsuhisa at the Belvedere Hotel offers Japanese fusion dishes beloved of A-listers.
For a more laid-back meal, try Sea Satin Market, which can be found directly beneath the famous windmills. Here you can choose your own steak or seafood and watch it being grilled to perfection before you tuck in.
If you prefer to stay closer to home, your luxury villa in Mykonos will provide the ideal location. Whether you choose a property with a sea view, overlooking the shimmering Aegean Sea, or a luxury villa near Mykonos Town, you’ll be able to experience the best of what this intriguing island has to offer.
Breakfast on the terrace, overlooking the ocean, can be followed by a languorous dip in a stunning pool. Alfresco lunches and sundowners are the order of the day on this laid back island before a sumptuous feast around a beautifully lit dining table. Nowhere does laid back style quite like Mykonos so let your cares slip away and just relax.
The warmest weather in Mykonos (and all the Greek islands) is between June and September when it’s sunny, hot, and the water is perfect for swimming. Water temperature heats throughout the summer months and is warmest in August and early September. Since most people go to Mykonos for the beaches (and related nightlife) it’s pretty quiet here in May and October though the weather is still very nice.
The are daily direct flights from London or you can fly into Athens and take the ferry from Pireas, the main port in Athens. The fast ferry takes 3 hours.