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When to visit

Mykonos is magical all year round, but the official holiday season stretches from early April to late October. Depending on your personal holiday style, your travelling preferences, your favourite crowd, your preferred temperatures, your party endurance and -of course- your budget, amongst many other parameters, you can choose the month that best suits your needs and wants. May and June are two ideal months for visiting, the island has its fair share of visitors, and you can get to live through a more laid-back Mykonos version. July and August constitute the absolute peak of the party scene; beautiful sun-kissed people dancing all day and night long in amazing venues and some of the most famous clubs in the world. Do note that the August sunset and the August full moon are maybe the most beautiful things you will ever see in your whole life.


Why Mykonos

One does not need to talk about the party life of Mykonos, as words cannot describe the energy and the liveliness experienced on this magical land all day and night long. Happy people make this a happy place! And when not partying, you can swim in pristine waters, soak the sun on golden sand beaches, enjoy mouth-watering food, drink amazing cocktails, get lost in the magic of the sunset, explore secluded coves, visit the ancient island of Delos and create memorable moments that will get you through the winter, until your next perfect holidays on the Island of the Winds.  


Mykonos Experiences

Mykonos is known around the globe as the ultimate party destination for very good reason, but all-day-and-night partying is not the only cool thing you can do on this amazing island. From exploring the sacred island of Delos, one of the most significant archaeological sites in the whole of Greece, to horseback riding on secluded coves, from eating like a local in no-electricity seaside taverns to sampling gourmet dishes by award-winning chefs, and from sailing on your luxurious yacht to untamed beaches with turquoise waters to scuba diving excursions or sunrise yoga sessions, Mykonos has so much more to offer than meets the eye.  



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