The most complete guide of Mykonos

The Most Complete Guide of Mykonos

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The Most Complete Guide of Mykonos
The Most Complete Guide of Mykonos
The Most Complete Guide of Mykonos

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Mykonos is one of the most visited islands in Greece. 

 

Part of the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea, it is well known to be a Greek party island where the wealthiest go to spend their summer holiday in private villas, luxury beach clubs and expensive restaurants.

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Mykonos island is not only for VIPs, as many think.

Mykonos is for anyone who wants to spend the day on the golden sand and swim in the crystal blue water. 

 

Explore Chora (the main town), and take hundreds of stunning pictures in little alleys among whitewashed houses. There are so many things to do in Mykonos, that you won't have time to do them all.

The Most Complete Guide of Mykonos

The island of Mykonos offers a wonderful holiday for every budget if you book in advance and plan your Greek holiday in the best way.

That is why from now on you have nothing to worry about.

In my Mykonos Guide, you are gonna find everything you need to know to make your Mykonian holiday the best of your life.

From the most Luxury Hotels to the Stylish but on a budget one.

From the Greek tavernas where locals go to eat to the most amazing restaurants with sea views. From the best beaches to the best spots for sunset, guys, I got you covered on everything!

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT  Mykonos?

Mykonos is a summer destination that gets incredibly crowded in July and August.

These are the two months to avoid because it can be extremely hot and crowded. It isn't easy to find a hotel to book in the middle of the summer (they get fully booked very easily and many months in advance). You have to queue for a long time to get inside every bar and restaurant and you won't find a single spot on the beach if you don't get there very early.

My advice is to visit it in June and September when everything is open, the water has the perfect temperature to refresh you and you don't need to queue or book any restaurants one week in advance like during the high season.

If swimming is not so important for you, you can visit Mykonos also during May and October

Temperatures are fresher but you can easily spend a day on the beach (water is gonna be cold though), most of the restaurants are already or still open, accommodations and flights are gonna be much cheaper than during the summer and the island is gonna be almost empty for you to explore.

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IMPORTANT BASICS KNOWLEDGE

What is the Currency in Mykonos?

The currency in Greece is the Euro

What is the language spoken in Mykonos?

The official language is Greek, but in most tourist areas people speak English.

Is easy to use credit cards and find ATMs in Mykonos?

There are ATMs in every little town.

You can pay by credit card in most shops and hotels, but there are still some bars and market stalls without one.

Which Plugs and Voltage are used in Mykonos?

The plugs in Greece are Type C and F.

The standard voltage is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50Hz.

 

I always advise having a universal adapter.

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Is Mykonos a safe place to visit?

Mykonos, like every Greek island, is pretty safe, but like in every tourist area, I advise you always to be vigilant of what is happening around you. 

Don't leave unattended valuables on the beach, make sure to close your window and door accommodation and leave your valuables in your room safe if you have one.

Is Mykonos an expensive island?

There are plenty of "tavernas" to enjoy a delicious meal as locals do at the expense of 10/15 euro with a drink.

 

Is easy to find Wifi in Mykonos?

It is available in almost every bar and restaurant and, of course, in every hotel.

 

What is the Time Zone in Mykonos?

Greece lies in the Eastern European Time Zone, 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +2).