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Sea Satin Market
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Hermes Mykonos Hotel
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Gorgona Mykonos Hotel
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Aeolos Hotel
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All about Mikonos tourism

Mykonos is the capital of the island of Mykonos, one of the most popular in Greece's Cyclades Islands. Mykonos offers one of the most breathtaking visual panoramas in all of Europe and, not surprisingly, Mykonos holidays are booming. So whether your holidays in Mykonos are for some rest and relaxation or part of a larger route or cruise through the Greek Islands, minube exists to help you find the best hotels, restaurants, and attractions so you can get the most out of your holidays to Mykonos.

There are three common ways to travel to Mykonos: flying, ferry, or on a Greek Islands cruise. If you fly into Mykonos Island National Airport, you can easily be in the city and enjoying your Mykonos holiday in 10 minutes. There are regular ferry services from the surroundings islands as well as the port of Piraeus in Athens. If your Mykonos vacation is part of a greater cruise, then you have nothing to worry about!

Tourism in Mykonos, naturally, is about beaches and local island life. The best beaches on the island are Elia Beach, the aptly-named Paradise Beach, and lesser-known but equally-beautiful ones like Kalo Livadi and Paranga. When you visit Mykonos, you should also take time to watch the sunset by the iconic Mykonos Windmills and enjoy a lovely dinner in Little Venice while the ocean gently laps at your feet.

Finally, its important to time your holiday to Mykonos well. The months of July and August are traditional vacation months in Europe and that’s when the islands are at their fullest. If you want all the beauty and charm of Mykonos without the crowds, try to schedule your trip for late Spring or in September.
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