Mykonos Holidays 2020/2021

Holidays in Mykonos are as diverse as their visitors. You can spend your days exploring the beautiful tranquil beaches and historic landmarks and then, in the evening, party the night away in one of the island's many nightclubs.

Mykonos Holiday Deals 2020/2021

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Terra Maltese Natural Retreat Mykonos

Ftelia, Mykonos, Greek Islands, Greece

(103)

7 Nights

4th May 2020

Bed and Breakfast

London Heathrow - Direct

Based On Double Room with Terrace

TUI150 Code Applied -£150

Price from £562pp£693pp

£131 saving

Paolas Beach

Agios Stefanos, Mykonos, Greek Islands, Greece

(106)

7 Nights

4th May 2020

Bed and Breakfast

London Heathrow - Direct

Based On Double Room with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace

TUI200 Code Applied -£200

Price from £581pp£741pp

£160 saving

Acrogiali

Platis Yialos, Mykonos, Greek Islands, Greece

(710)

7 Nights

4th May 2020

Bed and Breakfast

London Heathrow - Direct

Based On Double Room with Garden View and Terrace

TUI150 Code Applied -£150

Price from £620pp£756pp

£136 saving

Relax in Mykonos

Cheap holidays to Mykonos make this Greek island a popular spot for people looking to unwind. With an array of large and small resorts there’s tons of variety when it comes to activities and sitesto discover.

This beautiful island has plenty to offer, including white and golden sand beaches, historic landmarks, a variety of Greek and international cuisines and a thriving nightlife scene.

The capital city of Mykonos, Mykonos Town is the island’s cultural hub and it’s here you’ll find all the wild clubs and beach parties that Mykonos holidays are famous for. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing romantic beachside resort or a crazy girl’s weekend away, there’s a holiday here for you in Mykonos.


Currency: Euro

Language: Greek

Time Difference: GMT +2

Population: Approx 10,000

Religion: Greek Orthodox

Resorts

Aghios Ioannis

Aghios Ioannis is a beautiful inland village scattered with stone-built houses. The village itself is small, with a quaint selection of shops and restaurants, but Aghios Ioannis has everything you could need to enjoy a cheap holiday to Corfu right on your doorstep. You can spend your days at the water park, travel to the nearby beach, or visit neighbouring resorts Messonghi and Benitses. Well connected by public transport services to Corfu Town, the nearby resorts, and the airport, you'll never feel like this Greek island holiday retreat is too far away from the action.

Mykonos Town

The cultural hub of Mykonos Town invites you to walk along its windy streets and enjoy the multitude of traditional restaurants, nightlife, venues and historical structures during your Greece holidays. This capital city is bustling with activity and is sure to be the highlight of your holiday to Mykonos.

Ornos

Just a stone's throw away from Mykonos Town is the charming and idyllic resort of Ornos. A wide expanse of sand borders quaint boutiques, Greek tavernas and traditional white wash houses – a picture-perfect destination for holidays to Mykonos.

Panormos

Located just 10 miles from the vibrant town of Skopelos, Panormos is the perfect destination to get away from it all. Compromising a bowl-shaped bay made up of white sands and sparking blue seas, this small-scale beach town is a hugely popular destination with families and couples.

Tourlos

Experience complete relaxation and peace on your Tourlos holiday. This small resort town is home to a long stretch of beach and gorgeous harbour. Just 15 minutes from Mykonos Town, you can join in on all the activities the capital city has to offer during your holidays to Mykonos here, all while staying at a tranquil and secluded village base.

Location

Map showing the location of Mykonos View Mykonos on the map

History for the masses

The island of Mykonos is rich in history and its origins can be traced back 5,000 years. It was invaded and occupied by numerous different civilisations that each left a cultural mark on the island.

One way to uncover the mysteries of the island for yourself is to visit the Archaeological Museum in the capital city of Mykonos Town. Here you’ll find artefacts that have survived from the years of Roman and Venetian rule.

Greek mythology has also always played a large role on the island and both Zeus and Hercules are said to have had separate battles here. The nearby island of Delos is a must see for any new visitors to Mykonos. It’s been called the Island of Gods and is believed to have been where Apollo and Artemis were born. This UNESCO-protected site holds temples, sanctuaries and statues dating back to 3,000 BC.

But the most historic landmark of Mykonos has got to be its 16th century windmills. 16 of these Venetian circular structures are dotted around the island and can be seen from every point. They were once used as mills to grind wheat, but today serve as iconic landmarks for the island and museums.

Wild nights out

Mykonos’ epic beach parties and thriving nightclub scene have become a focal point for the island. The capital city of Mykonos Town is where you’ll find all the best clubs, bars, karaoke joints and drag queen shows. This friendly island is a hotspot for the LGBT community and during the summer months, Mykonos turns up the music and welcomes DJs from all over the world to play electronica, house, hip hop and Greek pop music in its clubs.

The beach parties on Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach are legendary and draw thousands of young people eager to dance the night away on sand. For something a little more subdued you can head to the smaller resorts around the island which focus their evening entertainment on chilled out Greek tavernas and cocktail bars.

Beaches galore

Some of Greece‘s most incredible beaches can be found here on Mykonos. With pure white sands and turquoise waters, these rival any of those in more far-flung locations. The coastline along the south coast of the island has beaches that are well organised, with great facilities including watersports, umbrellas and sunloungers.

You’ll find several hotels located along the coastline as well as plenty of Greek tavernas and restaurants that serve up delicious seafood delights. To get away from the crowds you can head to the north coast, where the beaches are secluded and several spots are used by naturists.

Food glorious food

Eating out in Mykonos is a real treat, with fresh authentic Greek cooking served across the island. Mykonos’ cuisine is all about using local produce and most of the seafood is caught off the island’s shores and served fresh that day. The most popular local dishes include octopus and squid. The smaller resorts around the island focus specifically on Greek tavernas and seafood restaurants, with meze being a favourite meal among visitors.

For more variety on your holidays to Greece, you can head to the capital of Mykonos Town where you’ll find more than 150 restaurants and tons of international cuisines like Italian, Japanese, Mexican and American.