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The Greek island of Mykonos is an island of contrasts. Rich in maritime history and steeped in Greek legends, this small unlikely island is also known as one of the most popular party islands in Greece. The beautiful sandy beaches and turquoise water of the Aegean Sea along with a lively nightclub scene bring tourists from around the globe. Booking Mykonos Hotels through puts you where you want to be whether that is in the heart of the city or near the beach. Their experience coupled with customer recommendations and reviews of the various Mykonos hotels means there will be no nasty surprises when you arrive at your destination on the island of Mykonos. Using their website for booking your next vacation, you will see photos, descriptions and reviews of the hotels they represent. Mykonos, although a small island has a cosmopolitan feel about it and this keeps tourists returning year after year.

What's Mykonos Like?

During the day most people head for the sandy beaches and you will find many overcrowded during peak season. Some of these beaches are organized for certain types of people. One of the most famous is Paradise Beach, which attracts a younger party type of crowd. Be aware this is a nudist-friendly beach, so it may not be suitable for families. The nightlife on Mykonos is legendary and is called the Greek Ibiza. For those wishing to see the traditional attractions of the island, head to western Mykonos town where you will find narrow cobbled streets, the famous Mykonos Windmills, which were used to grind wheat into flour. Just below is Little Venice, these medieval houses are at the water's edge and the cafes and bars located here are the perfect venue for watching the sunset.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mykonos

As one of the most popular resorts in the Greek Isles, Mykonos is geared up for tourism. You can have as lively or quiet vacation as you desire. Discuss your requirements with and they can help you in deciding which area is to your liking. One can eat at reasonably priced restaurant, for just a few euros, in many of the traditional Greek restaurants which are situated away from the beaches. The restaurants near Little Venice and the popular tourist beaches are more expensive. There are supermarkets, pharmacies, and everything one needs to make their stay more enjoyable. It is worth noting that many stores are closed between 2-5 pm, although they compensate for this by staying open late into the evening. The Greek people, are warm and welcoming and eager to show you the best things their beautiful island has to offer.



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