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Hotels in Mykonos

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Mykonos is probably one of the most well known Greek Islands, perched proudly in the middle of the Cycladic archipelago on the Aegean Sea. Whilst the island might be small, it packs a punch with a hedonistic nightlife, beautiful white washed villas and silky sandy beaches all around the island. It’s a beautiful place for a Mediterranean holiday whether you’re with your family, friends or flying solo.


Most resorts in Mykonos are based on the west coast, just outside of Mykonos Town, but the further north or south you go the quieter it will be. The eastern side of the island is much greener, with a few local villages dotted in between – rent a car and explore them for a different, quieter side of Mykonos.


Mykonos Town  (Chora)


This is the main town on the west coast - the commercial hub of Mykonos with all the late night attractions, easy access to the airport and throngs of travellers making their way through every season. Whilst it might be a hub for travellers, it’s retained it’s original charm with the old windmills from the 16th century, and the cube-shaped buildings in Little Venice. You can find a range of hotels here; from budget backpackers to romantic little inns and glamourous 5 star retreats.




Ornos is just below Mykonos Town, and it offers the best of both worlds for family holidays. There are far more family orientated resorts, as well as smaller lodgings in this area, nearby to the shops and markets of Mykonos Town and the southern beaches.


Agios Ioannis & Kapari


This is the western most point of the island, on a spit just off Ornos. It’s not as crowded as other parts of Mykonos thanks to it’s remote location, and there are only a handful of hotels with views of sun setting on the Aegean Sea too - perfect for romancing, wining and dining with your beau.




Tourlos is north of Mykonos Town, home to the main ferry port and closeby to Cape Armenistis Lighthouse. This is also where you can find the highest point of Mykonos, and there are many hillside bungalows and hotels to rent, as well as smaller types of accommodation close to the ferry port.