In winter 2020-2021, the multicultural Mykonos wore a winter cloak for the first time

Mykonos, with its multicultural environment and without the fear of Covid, which took place in European capitals and most major cities, isolating their population at all levels, this year has a 42% larger “winter population” than last year.

Looking for the truths about the Southern Aegean, one learns that the winter on the island of Mykonos is on average mild, while snow occurs rarely-every fifteen years or so -. Fog is also very rare on the island while the average winter temperature is 12ºC to 25.5ºC. And, most importantly, the average annual sunshine is approaching 2,700 hours ranking Mykonos in the first places in Europe!

This autumn led Myconians, Athenians, but also Europeans to take the decision to live in the flagship of the South Aegean. Strict measures, overcrowding and economic asphyxiation were perhaps some of the reasons many decided to make a fresh start and decentralize. Mykonos, once again, was a choice of many.

Having modern medical centers, private foreign language schools for children, International Airport, access to all services and goods along with excellent weather, Mykonos in 2020 to 2021, with the world-historical changes for humanity, became the permanent home of Greeks and Europeans. Large multinational companies have sent their executives to large modern villas under the umbrella of “work from home” since technology enables remote work, and life on an island like Mykonos is no longer an elusive dream but a new reality. Mykonos, the island with one of the highest levels of sunshine throughout Europe, was this year a winter paradise for Greeks and Europeans who wanted to protect themselves from coronavirus in a unique environment. People from different countries settled on the island, as a result of which the narrow streets of Chora –the “sokakia”- are walked by people every day and hour.

People living in Mykonos confess that her “other face”  is obvious, but we do not see it. It is Mykonos, which is something different than its widespread, incessantly promoted cosmopolitan and entertaining summer nature. The inhabitants of Mykonos live like the inhabitants throughout the Greek province. It is a fact that those who hasten to the island for a few days during the summer, and with the sole motive of all-day fun, rarely have the time to observe those who move in another rhythm than their own.

Easter in Mykonos this year will be the early May Vacation of your dreams!

Combine Mykonos Luxury with Greek Islands’ Traditions

Julian Calendar Easter

The majority of Orthodox churches use the Julian calendar, established by Julius Caesar in 45 B.C., as opposed to the more modern (1582) Gregorian calendar. By that calendar, Orthodox Easter always falls between April 4 and May 8, while Catholic and Protestant Easter falls between March 22 and April 25. The Orthodox Easter in 2021 falls on Sunday 2nd May and will hit the beginning of the Summer Season on the island!

Mykonos in Spring – the Summer Season kick-off

Throughout Easter time in Mykonos flowers are in bloom, the sun is shining, and spring awakens the tourist season as people begin to flock to the island from all over the world. Greek Easter is the highlight of this spring and is the holiest of holidays for Greeks. During Greek Orthodox Holy Week, visitors swarm the islands and villages of Greece as they leave the cities behind to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. Mykonos combines all the traditions of Easter with a cosmopolitan luxury flare!

In Mykonian tradition, the holy icon of Panagia Tourliani Monastery in Ano Mera is brought to the main Chora or Town of Mykonos at the beginning of Lent, 40 days before Easter. Locals and sightseers follow on foot. The procession with the icon lasts up to 2 hours. On the Saturday of Lazarus (the day before Palm Sunday) the icon is returned to its original home. On that day all of the bakeries on the island prepare “lazarakia” a sweet pastry shaped like little men with their arms crossed that is topped with cloves, sugar, and currants.Throughout Holy Week bakeries and homemakers make traditional sweet bread called “Lambrokouloures” and that they decorate the pastry with eggs that have been died red.

The Holy Light

Beginning with the evening of Good Saturday and continuing through Easter Sunday is a time for heartfelt celebration.  Islanders gather at Churches scattered throughout the island where they wait to receive the Holy Light (a flame lit in Jerusalem, brought back to Greece, and distributed around the country). A feast follows where everyone eats the traditional “Magiritsa” soup of greens, and boiled lamb.

Easter Delicacies

You can be sure that partying is expected every night if you’re visiting Mykonos, even during Easter time. Easter Sunday is the culmination of Holy Week and is the day of the most lavish feast. Lamb roasted on the spit, onion pie, kopanisti, cheese, louza (Mykonian cured ham), red eggs, and assorted of salads are served throughout the day of celebration!

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Easter 2021 at your Villa with a Private Chef

Mykonos Luxury is preparing a new concept for this year; we want to bring Easter straight into your Villa with a private Chef cooking the Easter delicacies in your own kitchen while you lay by the swimming pool and enjoy the spring breeze of the Aegean Sea.  We are planning to transfer you, on Saturday midnight at the exact moment of the resurrection of Christ, straight from the Church to your Villa outdoor space to eat and crack the red eggs next to your swimming pool candlelit area, privately serviced by your own Chef and Sous Chef so that this Easter will become the most memorable one of your life!


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Why Foodies Love the Island of Mykonos

Visitors flock to the Island of Mykonos for a multitude of reasons. Some visit to experience what they’ve imagined as the epitome of Greek style with its white-washed buildings with blue accents. Others visit for the beaches since there is a beach for every type of beach-goer on the island. Still others visit for the endless shopping opportunities. All of those visitors will likely agree, though, that one of the main reasons they all visit is for the food. It’s with good reason that your inner foodie will love Mykonos, let’s explore some of those reasons.


Mykonos is an island filled with corners to explore. The rambling towns carved out of the hillsides allow you to climb up and see sweeping views of large parts of the island and the gorgeous surrounding sea. You’ve traveled all the way to Greece, you should stop and take it all in. Of course, you’ll take photos up there as you imagine your next meal, but stop and take a mental imprint of what lies before you.


You’re in a very sunny part of the world when you visit Mykonos and they’re filled with beaches that allow you to work up an appetite as well as relax – it all depends on your mood and which beach you visit. Soak up the sun, frolic in the sea, and enjoy some of the most gorgeous beaches you’ll experience in your lifetime.


Looking for your own private paradise? Imagine yourself wining and dining by your own private pool, while having a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea. You can even watch the sky change colors at sunset. These luxury villas in Mykonos are the ultimate place where simplicity meets the cosmopolitan lifestyle. It really doesn’t get more dreamy than this!


After hiking around town and enjoying the beach, you’ll be ready to hit the shops before dinner. There is no shortage of great shopping in Mykonos. You’ll find some typical tourist items in a few shops, but beyond that, there are stores selling great pieces of art, clothing, and home goods created by local artisans.


As a foodie, this is what you’ve been waiting to experience and dining in Mykonos can be much more than stopping at a local restaurant. While that is definitely an option, you could also try something much more immersive and, as a result, much more enjoyable for the foodie in you. Our recommendation is The Ultimate Culinary Ceremony.

They craft a foodie experience for you and anywhere from one other person up to 149 of your closest friends. Their experiences range from the Bohemian Beach Experience to Tailor-Made Premium Event Planning and everything in between. They specialize in creating a food experience you won’t soon forget. You may be sampling a wide range of local delicacies including some with which you may already be familiar. You might also be learning the methods and tricks that they use to create amazing Greek food. The Ultimate Culinary Experience is just that, an ideal way to experience Mykonos and the delectable food of Greece.

For years visitors to Mykonos have enjoyed everything this gorgeous island has to offer and now foodies are prioritizing a visit to Mykonos to take in the Ultimate Culinary Experience. Will you venture to Mykonos for this unique foodie experience? Perhaps you are even ready to book your own culinary experience on the gorgeous island of Mykonos?

Be sure to contact the Mykonos.Luxury team here to get started! The foodie in you will love this once in a lifetime vacation.

Heineken Champions Voyage Campaign ends on Mykonos Island

Champions League Fans Get Ready

Mykonos is the final destination of the Heineken Champions Voyage campaign, organized by Heineken and Athenian Brewery, in order to celebrate the final of the UEFA Champions League.

500 lucky beer drinkers from across the globe will have the chance to watch the UEFA Champions League final to be played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on June 3, while sailing to Mykonos… courtesy of Heineken.

Cheers to Mykonos!

This initiative is yet another vote of confidence in Mykonos as an attractive travel destination.
Consumers, journalists and international football celebrities will be among those invited to take part in the Heineken Champions Voyage, which will end when it reaches the idyllic “island of the winds”, Mykonos.

The 500 guests on the Heineken Champions Voyage will honorably act as Greece’s ambassadors abroad.

Why Greece is better on a yacht

What’s your idea of the perfect beach? Green-blue water and white sand? Beach bars and water sports? Framed by rocks for snorkeling and scuba diving? A secret Aegean cove accessible only on foot or by boat? No matter what your idea is, you’ll find it in the Cyclades.

What is the best place to stay? Of course, a Yacht where you can visit every day a different Beautiful place!


The most famous islands in the Aegean Sea involves the absolute most lovely islands on the planet! Lovely sandy beaches, cute houses in white and blue, a Traditional way of life, bouzouki music, warm, friendly hospitable people and whitewashed scenes will make a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience. The name “Cyclades” alludes to the islands framing a circle (the name in English signifies: “roundabout islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. As indicated by the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the ocean, angry at the Cyclades Nymphs transformed them into islands.A huge number of visitors come to the Cyclades every year to appreciate the sunlight and the crystal blue waters, in the journey of finding the heaven on earth.

The Superstars


One of the most famous destinations worldwide and a favorite holiday spot of the world’s jet set, Mykonos, is extremely beautiful and well known for the amazing sandy beaches, the white country chapels (more than 2000 chapels!), its bare hills and the Cycladic architecture. The last 10 years Many new villas have voted as the best villas of the world.


The birthplace of Apollo and Artemis used to be a religious center for the whole of Greece in the ancient times, as well as the principal trading port in the Eastern Mediterranean during the roman times. Delos is desolated today and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, receiving large numbers of visitors who flock to admire remarkable monuments and impressive mosaics. Near Delos, you ‘ll find Rhinia where an amazing crystal blue beach is the center of attention.

Delos and Rhine have easy access from Mykonos (about 15 minutes by boat) and it’s the most visited uninhabited islands in Greece. You can rent a yacht or rib for your group or family to explore Delos & Rhinia on a daily trip.


The precious jewel of the Aegean is actually a group of islands (Thíra, Thirassiá, Asproníssi, Palea and Nea Kaméni) surrounding a inactivated volcano. You ‘ll be amazed by Red & black sand beaches and the amazing sunset view from Thira. Santorini is about 25 minutes by helicopter which many people use to visit, see the sunset and come back from Mykonos or any other island of Cyclades.


A standout amongst the most charming yet less known islands of the Cyclades, Tinos is the religious focus of the nation on account of the congregation of Panayia Megalohari (the Blessed Virgin Mary). Visitors from everywhere come here to satisfy their vows and to look for otherworldly solace.


Andros is the northernmost island of Cyclades with an incredible maritime tradition and postcard landscape.


A paradise of primeval beauty and “exotic” beaches washed by crystal clear cool waters, according to Greek Mythology Anafi, has emerged from the bottom of the Aegean sea to give shelter to the Argonauts.


This small island, the favorite place for college students and families where mix together to celebrate Greek summer. It is said to have been the birthplace of Homer’s mother and the place of his own tomb.


A typical Cycladic island, located between Íos and Folegandros with terraces, low stone fences and numerous country chapels dotting a scenery bathed in the wonderful green and blue waters of the Aegean.


Remaining untouched by the growth of the tourist industry offers full relaxation in a typical Cycladic landscape.


A typical Cycladic island with white villages, quiet harbors, golden beaches, bare hills and beautiful landscapes. The tourism growth has not affected the island’s nature and traditional features.


A Tiny and extremely beautiful island lies in the western part of the Cyclades, it is famous for its fantastic beaches, ranging from thin sand to pebbles.


Paros located at the heart of Cyclades, one of the most beloved holiday destinations is Greece offers matchless natural beauty, beaches of crystal clear waters and amazing nightlife.


The islet of Antiparos, lying southwest of Paros, is ideal for a relaxed and serene holiday and can easily be reached from Punda or Parikia by boat (about 10 minutes).


Sifnos with a rich custom in ceramics and gastronomy will definitely turn a holiday into an unforgettable experience Due to amazing taverns and the stunning beaches.


The greenest & biggest island in the Cyclades with high mountains, fertile valleys, stunning seascapes and traditional villages perched high on mountain tops, where the locals still wear their traditional dress and live off the fruits of the land! You ll be amazed from beautiful old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles harmoniously coexisting with Cycladic white houses…


The weird shapes of the rocks and their wonderful colors at the beautiful white sandy beaches have endowed this island with an exciting variety of gorgeous landscapes, consequently offering the visitor a wide range of activities.

Sxinousa, Koufonisia, Donousa

Sxinousa is a tiny island with three villages (Hora, Mesaria and Mersini) Ideal to those who seeking to relax, good seafood and beach life.
Koufonisia is a small group of two islands, Pano Koufonìsi (Upper Koufonìsi) and Kato Koufonìsi (Lower Koufonìsi), that are separated by a narrow strait. Pano Koufonìsi is inhabited, with a land area of 5.5 Km and a population of 350 locals.
Donousa, has a land area of 13.5 sq. km and numerous coves some of which hide magnificent sandy beaches.

What do you think? Is it worth to Charter a Yacht and explore this amazing part of the world?

Five reasons to visit Mykonos

Visit Mykonos

Mykonos is one of the most enchanting islands of Cyclades in Greece. Every year, around 750,000 of explorers travel to Mykonos to experience the delightful atmosphere it offers. Mykonos is a fine island filled with impressive beaches, luxurious restaurants, family-run taverns, romantic sights, elegant summer villa, and the very warm people who know how to welcome visitors. A place to fit all tastes. From backpackers, families, to celebrities and VIP’s, Mykonos is to be every summer. We gathered the top five reasons why you should visit Mykonos, this year and every year:

1. Beaches

Mykonos is world famous for its beautiful golden sandy beaches and transparent waters. There is a beach for every taste and mood. Nudists, round-the-clock party people, families and those seeking a break from the madness of Mykonos will all be able to find a beach that fits their taste.
The beaches on the south shore of the island have the best sand, view and are protected from the Meltemi, the local Cycladic wind. Keep in mind that most people begin to arrive in the early afternoon, and you can avoid the worst of the crowds by going in the morning. The north coast beaches are less developed but just as beautiful. They are less organized and crowded and most suitable for those in search of a bit of calm. Do you want to enjoy as many Mykonos beaches as possible, within your stay? You can rent a yacht in Mykonos, and go around the island to see famous spots and also discover new, or rent a luxury car to go around the island!

2. The Nightlife

The fame of the nightlife in Mykonos is not accidental. Here are located all the best bars and nightclubs if you want to spend your vacations in Greece, including open-air partying, cocktail bars and after-hours clubs. This is the place where you can party with the jet-setters since the place is often compared to Ibiza. Mykonos provides it all: From classy and sophisticated Caprice to all-day beach party mayhem in Super Paradise, you can party any time of the day (or all day)!

3. The Gastronomy

The gastronomy of the island is as varied as to that one would expect to find in a large European city. Gourmet restaurants with Mediterranean cuisine, Greek tavernas, ethnic corners, Italian trattorias etc coexist and cover a wide spectrum of tasteful options. Fresh fish is a must try too. The list of cuisines is a really endless! Thai, Japanese, Lebanese, French and a plethora more will cover your expectations in every respect.

4. Shopping

Shop until you drop.

The beautiful island of Mykonos is not only known for its enchanting beaches. It is a shopping mecca for shopaholics too! There are 177 fashion stores, 91 jewelry stores, 10 beauty stores, 38 Home Deco stores, 38 souvenir stores, 48 supermarkets, 8 liquor stores, 11 Local and organic stores, and 4 bookstores scattered around the island. Meaning, in every street and corner of Mykonos you will see a busy small shop that is entertaining its customers.

5. Delos

Another reason for visiting Mykonos is that it is the best place to start a tour of the impressive archeological site on the nearby island of Delos, Greece. Delos, a small, rocky island, was one of the most sacred places in Greek mythology due to its role as the birthplace of the twins Apollo and Artemis, two of the most important gods of the early Greeks.

The island’s small size does not prepare you for the incredible extent of ruins and ongoing excavations that can be found on Delos. We highly recommend a visit, as Delos is, perhaps, the most outstanding archaeological site in Greece, outside of the Acropolis and other ancient sights in Athens.

Destination Mykonos 2017

Mykonos is today a cosmopolitan destination that attracts VIP guests, movie stars and jet-setters from around the world. More famous than Capri and more fashionable than Hawaii, Mykonos is both a magnet for dedicated clubbers and an idyllic getaway for ‘hopeless’ romantics who want to live out their dreams on a truly legendary island. Mykonos Holidays are always in fashion!

The island’s terraced villages with their cobbled streets, lime-washed houses, and picturesque churches are among the finest examples of Cycladic architecture. Visit the town of Mykonos, drop into the Archaeological Museum and start the evening with sundowners at one of the charming cafes of Little Venice before getting pleasurably lost in the maze of alleys lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. You may also want to visit the Folklore Museum next to the famed Paraportiani church, walk up to the island’s trademark windmills or take a short trip to the quaint village of Ano Mera with its imposing monastery. Renowned for its vibrant nightlife culture and beloved for the courteous hospitality of its people – the first place in Greece where locals systematically accommodated visitors in their homes – Mykonos is also famous for its long stretches of pristine sandy beaches, including Elia, Platis Gialos, Agrari, Ftelia, Paradise, Super Paradise and Psarou.

Visiting Greece is a unique experience. It’s not just the great weather, the beautiful beaches or the trendy nightlife. It’s not even the fact that for 2,500 years we have been perfecting the art of hospitality. It’s the perfect blend and balance of everything a sophisticated traveler looks for in his summer holidays. Greece is not a destination. It’s an experience. Let this experience change your life forever.

We offer a large selection of luxury private villas in Mykonos that are unmatched in beauty, location, and luxury. Luxury villas offering a truly unique experience traveling with friends or family. If you looking for a place for a romantic anniversary or a family reunion has just the right place in mind for superb Mykonos Holidays. Tell us what you are looking for, and let us do the hard work for you. Luxury beach villasvilla with private poolmansions, for all satisfying tastes.

Luxury coach shuttle service to Mykonos Town

All 5 star Mykonos hotels offer you a luxury coach shuttle service to Mykonos Town that operates at regular intervals until 1 AM from a centralized departure point.

Luxury flights and cruises

For those who like to travel in style, whether it is a lavish and glamorous welcoming in all the places you might want to go, chauffeured luxurious cars, private jets or first class yachts, is there for you. From Ibiza to Miami and back to Mykonos. Yes, you can do it! Possibilities are endless… you choose, we deliver. What’s better than explore this amazing part of the world on a Luxury Yacht? Discover a world of motor yachting that’s ingeniously crafted to capture your imagination. A selection of Luxury Motor Yachts, Sail Yachts, Catamarans and Ribs charter fleet will meet your most demanding request. You can rent a yacht to discover the Mykonos treasures or even better you can have sailing holidays.

Luxury Fleet Cars

Rent a car and ride in comfort and style with our fleet of Mercedes S-Class limousines, Range Rovers and Mercedes-Benz that will meet your most demanding transportation requirements.

Luxury Fleet Cars

Mykonos is well connected, with many international airlines operating direct flights. The flight from Athens to Mykonos takes just 35 minutes. You can book one of our private jets and get to Mykonos from everywhere in the world.

So Many Things to Do on Mykonos

Can’t Get Bored on Mykonos

If you feel bored or uninspired while on Mykonos, then either you picked the wrong destination for your state of mind or you are not well-informed. Anyone looking for more will quickly discover that Mykonos has the right combination of what it takes to charm its visitors and keep them coming back to indulge on the island.

Obviously, the notable attractions on Mykonos are the beaches, where you can sunbathe, relax, snorkel — even party until sunrise.

Fortunately enough, this whimsical island is a real vacation playground with lots of intriguing activities that exceed the expectations of visitors.

Keep Calm and Discover Mykonos

There are tons of things to do and see on the island. Partying and sunbathing, though typical, are just two of the countless reasons to go to Mykonos for a good time. In reality, Mykonos is the kind of island where boredom is rare, almost a superficial idea.

So, if you want to do more than party your heart out, you may want to also…

Swim in turquoise waters
Go horse riding (on the beach)
Go on a tour or an excursion
Do water sports-including windsurfing and kite surfing
Explore the main town, Chora (on foot, of course)

Go shopping

Go to an open-air cinema

Participate in a workshop (culinary, for example)

Go wine tasting (most probably on Santorini island, not far from Mykonos)

Organise a special event (like a wedding, bachelor(ette) party, birthday etc.)

And so much more…

You have been informed. Try not to limit the scope of your vacation when you visit Mykonos. New activities and events are always coming up, including this summer, 2017. Stay tuned and be in the loop!

Private Catering Mykonos

Mykonos avant-garde Catering Service

Looking to have a fine-dining experience while on Mykonos? Our new food concept services on the island offering quality food concepts and ready to respond to the special needs of each customer.

The food concepts cater events of all sorts including house dinner parties, yacht parties, cocktail dinners, beach BBQ dinners and parties, seated gala dinners, wedding ceremonies and anything that might be scheduled or ad hoc.

The Mykonos Story!

We walking off the beaten path and introducing food concepts based mostly on live cooking on the spot in front of customers and their guests. There are many concepts to choose from.

Bento Food Box

Invite guests to your yacht or sailing boat and enjoy the lavish Bento Food boxes that will definitely impress your guests.

Teppanyaki Concept

Teppanyaki Japanese style cuisine uses an iron griddle to cook food and gather friends and family together. It is a live cooking concept where all dishes are prepared in front of the guest by a professional teppanyaki chef.

The tempura bar concept

A live cooking concept for any group of 12 people and more that can be prepared in front of you and your guest in any chosen place such us your house, a beach front, an outdoor swimming pool area, anywhere you choose.

SUSHI Bar Concept

Greek family style

Celebrate any special occasion or just a casual dinner with friends & family just like the Greeks do… with a feast of delicious dishes shared by all guests. Rejoice with quality food and feel the Greek spirit of sharing a good meal with your loved ones.

Whatever your taste, we will grant you your wish.

Why Mykonos is best enjoyed with friends

Mykonos is undoubtedly a unique experience which can be enhanced by sharing it with good friends. The most famous Greek island, seducing travelers from all over the world, is accompanied by an one of a kind atmosphere combining the mellow environment of an exotic island with plenty of group activities and events.

Mykonos nightlife and collectivity

During the last decades the traditional Cycladic island is gaining more attention by international event managers, hall of fame artists and DJ’s, increasing it ‘s popularity and taking advantage of the island’s promising infrastructure.

Thus, sharing the intensity of Mykonos’ nightlife with good friends empowers the positive vibe flowing out of such events and grouping. Taking part in big events is completely different experience when it is shared with best friends increasing it’s value.

Other than that, Mykonos provides the perfect circumstances for socializing and meeting both locals and wanderers, but why not take out the most of it by making a greater gathering? On top of this, Mykonos can also fulfill the concept of traditional recreational vacation as it is suitable for sharing quality moments with close friends, making it the absolute group experience but also a personal refreshing procedure.

Accommodation feeling like home

Though the island is providing a wide variety of accommodation facilities such as luxurious hotels and holiday apartments, visiting Mykonos with friends offers the opportunity of renting a private villa just for you and your friends/family. Staying in a villa with your special company helps in focusing on the group experience as it feels like living in a home environment. On the contrary of staying in a Mykonos hotel, villas offer a more relaxed environment with access to private facilities either if it is basic (such as a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, guest rooms etc) or more luxurious (such as private infinity pools, gyms, outdoor BBQ’s, Jacuzzis etc).

Privacy and discretion is ensured for you and your company but at the same time you are able to enjoy full hosting services (e.g. change of bed sheets, hygiene services and more). Living in a private property such as luxury villas, means personal interference with your host, coming closer with the locals and contributing to the element of living as a local. Villas are the key feature for blending the outgoing social lifestyle of Mykonos with mesmerizing private moments with friends during your stay. The captivating scenery of Mykonos is always better enjoyed in a friendly context along with your vacation gaining sentimental value.