Mykonos is definitely the party island for Greece. We spent the majority of time doing as most do – chilling out at beach clubs and indulging in great food, drinks and dancing until the early hours of the morning. Highlights below, and some tips and recommendations as well. But of course, it is true — what happens in Mykonos, stays in Mykonos. #partyholidays #islandlife
We landed Thursday night and headed straight out for dinner Captain, followed by drinks at Remezzo, before bar hopping in town.
On Friday, we spent the day at Scorpios, which was a perfect place to chill out until the sunset, and then we made our way back into town. We enjoyed dinner at Funky Kitchen, followed by shisha on Remezzo’s terrace.
On Saturday, we had breakfast at Alemagou beach club but decided to leave due to the heavy winds, and then spent the afternoon at Rakkan — where we had great appreciation for the solar powered USB chargers on the umbrellas, the good music and amazing sushi in the restaurant. For the evening, we had dinner in Little Venice at Kastro’s and ended up at Scandinavian bar into the early hours of the morning.
On Sunday, we spent the afternoon at Panormos, and then headed back over to Scorpios for their Sneaky Sundays beach party.
On Monday, we spend the day at Jackie O — we enjoyed their pool, bar, the amazing salads, and of course, the beach. We then had an amazing dinner at m-eating, went out to Semeli for drinks and dancing, before finding ourselves indulging in a little Moet on a private yacht until the early hours of the morning.
Our last day, Tuesday was fairly chilled out. We attempted to do some sight seeing and spent the morning in Mykonos town, followed by a visit to the monestery (which was closed). We then headed to Pasaji for beach-side drinks, and then a poolside lunch at Cavo Tagoo.