Your Honeymoon in Mykonos

Your Honeymoon in Mykonos

Mykonos beaches are famous all over the world for their golden sand and crystal waters. Mykonos is among the most popular tourist destinations in Greece, most Mykonos beaches have many tourist facilities, from seaside accommodation to beach bars, restaurants, and water sports centers.

The best beaches in Mykonos are found on the southern coast, which gets extremely overcrowded during peak season. Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach are famous as the best party beaches in Greece. The north coast beaches are less developed but just as beautiful. They are less organized and less crowded and most suitable for those in search of a bit of calm.

The best time to visit Mykonos in September and October which offer the perfect conditions for you. Spring, before the peak summertime, is a great time to visit with great weather and reasonable prices, but we recommend you avoid traveling for a honeymoon to Mykonos during June, July and August this period is considered as the high season and prices are usually higher.

If you choose Mykonos Island for your honeymoon, there are many places to visit and lots of things to do on this wonderful island.

Mykonos Beaches

Psarou Beach: Famous for attracting celebrities and VIPs from all over the world. It is a beautiful organized sandy beach with clear waters, attracting thousands of visitors during summer. Water sports facilities such as scuba diving are available at Psarou. The beach is located 5 km from the island's capital and is reachable by a local bus. Nammos Restaurant, set right on the shore, is the place to be for a hip and trendy evening in Mykonos.

Platis Gialos: One of the most popular beaches of the island of Mykonos, filling with thousands of people during summer time attracted by the golden sand and the wonderful turquoise crystalline waters. Platis Gialos is a fully organized beach, with many hotels lined in front of the beach. Quite a nice, long beach, offering sunbeds, umbrellas, water sports facilities, and many restaurants and bars. You can enjoy a drink on the beach on loungers with seats and a table. It is reachable by local bus leaving every half an hour from the capital. 

Super Paradise: Located some 6 km southeast of Mykonos Town, Super Paradise Beach is the ultimate 'fun in the sun' party beach attracting the younger crowd. It is a nude tolerant beach with specific "nudists only" spots. There are no hotels on the shores of Super Paradise which is lined with restaurants and disco bars. The Beach Club is normally packed with clubbers, jet-setters, models, and VIPs.

Paradise Beach: Located between Paranga Beach and Super Paradise Beach. The majority of people on the beach are young, making it suitable for honeymooners. Water sports facilities and a diving center are available in Paradise Beach. At Paradise Beach the fun starts early, the famous Tropicana club parties that have made history in Mykonos start at 4:30 pm in the afternoon and continue until late at night. 

Kalafatis: For anyone looking for adventure and excitement, this is the beach for you. The north end has snorkeling and scuba diving rentals, for those who want to explore the submarine splendors of the Mediterranean, while further to the South, you can rent windsurfing and kite surfing equipment, as well as kayaks, jet skis, and more from the Water Action hut. The nearby Thalassa restaurant provides succulent fresh fish cooked in Greek style and offers beautiful views.

Little Venice

Little Venice is known for its romantic atmosphere and charming sunset views. Known for its houses which are all like each other, colored in white, and decorated with trees and roses. In the evening, candles and lanterns give you a unique feel that you won't forget on your honeymoon. Little Venice offers a relaxing atmosphere, with opportunities to visit windmills, stroll down to the edge of the sea, and see the island's most spectacular sunset.

Windmills of Kato Mili

One of the most important tourist destinations on the island of Mykonos, which are seven windmills used in grinding and located near the port, dating back to the 16th century.

Shopping on Matoyiani Street

Spend some time shopping and collecting the finest souvenirs during your honeymoon in Mykonos. Matoyiani Street boasts design shops, luxurious accommodations, and unrivaled art galleries, making it a great place for shoppers and art lovers.

Diving

When you spend your honeymoon in Mykonos, you can book a dive tour with professional instructors, with all the equipment, where you can discover the splendor of the underwater sea life in the Aegean Sea, along with the shipwrecks and colorful coral reefs that dot the hidden caves.