Villa Panteleon is definitely A-list villa, with a great sound system, designer furnishings and the kind of location that makes a great film set. Other Greek villas fade into the background when a star of this quality is in the picture. Not only...
Beachfront locations don’t come much better than this. Walkable to two stunning beaches and with access to your own private bay as well as two swimming pools, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the perfect spot to lay your towel...
Part luxe island villa, part spa, Villa Sabinka is as good for the body as it is for the soul. This luxury villa in Mykonos is perfectly placed to soothe away the stresses of everyday life, with the most amazing sunset views out over the pebbly...
Surrounded by olive trees, cacti and lush vegetation on one side and nothing but sea as far as the eye can see on the other, Villa Naomi occupies a truly special location. The outdoor dining area of this luxury villa in Mykonos looks out over...
Just steps from the beautiful beach of Agios Santos, this luxury villa in Mykonos is a perfect little sun trap. Villa Isla is an architect-designed home – a series of white cubes that seem to grow out of the very rock they are perched on – which...
Hamptons style meets Greek Islands laid-back living. This luxury villa on Mykonos is a beautiful hideaway for those who like their rest and relaxation to come with a good sprinkling of luxe. The natural stone and whitewashed exterior as you...
Watch the sun set over Psarou Bay from your own seaside retreat. Villa Gerilian is a luxury villa on Mykonos, which enjoys a fabulous location in St Lazarus and sparkling sea views. The property is cosy and welcoming inside with a coastal chic...
Perched almost on top of the beautiful Elia beach, this luxury villa on Mykonos is built to make the very most of its special location. The sea air blows gently through the communal living areas, which comprise a spacious living and dining area on...
Sea views and stylish interiors combine here to create a wonderful ocean hideaway with real character. This luxury villa in Mykonos, Greece, is split into two levels, making this a really good choice for groups of two or more families. Everyone has...
Perched on the water’s edge, just moments from the famous Mykonos windmills, Villa Basileia is a luxury villa on the island of Mykonos that offers intimacy and quiet as well as unparalleled levels of service and all the facilities of a top boutique...
Some properties are just made for parties, and this luxury villa on Mykonos is the perfect backdrop to the most exclusive party you’ll ever throw. Enter the imposing estate up the sweeping driveway, through landscaped grounds that even incorporate...
Life doesn’t get more tranquil than a panoramic view where one can hardly tell sea from sky from swimming pool. This luxury villa on Mykonos has one of those vistas that seems to just make the mind automatically empty. The villa is perched on the...
Villa Water Lily
A shining example of when less definitely is more. This luxury villa with a pool on Mykonos, Greece, is thoroughly modern and ultra-minimalist, and the clean lines and pared-back décor allow its style to sing out. Villa Water Lily is a comfortable...
Destination Guide: Mykonos
Mykonos has attracted an eclectic crowd over the years, from bohemian backpackers to Jackie O, but the 17-mile by 10-mile island is well and truly gentrified now, and still as beautiful as ever with luxury villas to match.
Sandy beaches spill into turquoise waters, thatched windmills punctuate the horizon and hundreds of pretty whitewashed luxury villas pebbledash the town down to the coastline. It’s the stuff postcards are – literally – made of.
Once, the main allure of Mykonos was to visit the ancient sites at the sacred isle of Delos nearby, and it’s certainly well worth a visit. However, Mykonos long ago took over as a luxury holiday destination of choice in this corner of the Aegean. You’ll want to hire a car to whizz about the island and really make the most of it. Mykonos has many of Greece’s very best beaches. Hop from the trendy Psarou beach where you can spot the beautiful people on parade, to the family-friendly Ornos, teaming with eateries, and many more besides.
In the perfectly preserved old town, wander from designer jewellery shop to artisan market stall to fabulous boutique, stopping for coffee, lunch and drinks at any of the chi-chi little tavernas, bars and cafes you pass. A spot of leisurely shopping gets no better than this on a luxury villa holiday. For a more cultural gad about town, head for the old capital of Ano Mera to soak up some ancient Mykonian culture in its beautiful chapel and market square festooned with bougainvilleas.
The are daily direct flights from London or you can fly into Athens and take the ferry from Pireas, the main port in Athens. The fast ferry takes 3 hours.
Best places to eat and drink in Mykonos
The old town will leave you spoiled for choice. Lose yourself in the rabbit warren of tiny cobbled streets and alleyways in the old town. There’s a plethora of family-run restaurants and tavernas that you’ll never tire of exploring whilst on a luxury villa holiday in Mykonos.
You can’t go far wrong with Uno Con Carne in Mykonos town. Opened as a steakhouse a few years ago, this Mykonos staple is now an oyster bar, too. Fresh seafood and Black Angus beef, all set in an atmospheric former art deco open-air cinema – what’s not to like?
For pre-dinner drinks or an evening out of your luxury villa, try the fresh fruit cocktails at Scarpa in Little Venice. Or for something very upmarket but just a little different, visit Astra Bar on Tria Pigadia Street, designed by distinguished jeweller, Minas, and boasting a ceiling with 2,500 lights depicting the constellations visible in the Northern Hemisphere’s night sky. We did say ‘different’!
Best time to visit Mykonos
To see the island in full swing, visit in July or August but, be warned, it will be lively! We think the best time to go is either just before or just after the main tourist season, either in May or June when the air is still fresh, or in September as the bulk of the tourists leave, but the sea is still warm enough to swim in all day.
What we love about Mykonos
Spending the day at Agios Sostis, a simply stunning beach in the north west of the island. Paddle in the clear waters and explore the tiny chapel, then eat barbecued seafood in local institution, Kiki’s restaurant, while watching the sun set.
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