4 Hour Small Group Tour of Mykonos
Join a small group tour of Mykonos (with other participants). A bus trip that will explore the inner island's landscape and beaches and a walking-tour of Mykonos Town.
Belonging to the Cyclades group of islands in the Aegean sea, this beautiful island offers picturesque villages, pristine beaches, fantastic Greek cuisine and a vibrant nightlife. There is something for everyone and with a Mykonos private tour; you will make magical memories that will last forever. The island is famous for its award-winning restaurants, expensive yachts, luxury villas and hotels. However; you will be pleased to know that there are also places to stay and eat which will suit all budgets.
Visit the idyllic village of Ano Mera on a sightseeing guided tour and explore the pretty whitewashed Tourliani Monastery. Take time to relax and see how the locals live in one of the charming little village squares. Mykonos mountain-biking tours allow you to explore the island and discover its hidden gems. Learn about the islands religious, culinary and rural traditions as you take in the breathtaking scenery along the way.
You will be spoilt for choice if you want to spend the day at the beach. If you like loud music, bars and water-sports, you will not have to travel far to find one. If you prefer peace and tranquillity, there are many beaches which remain amazingly unspoiled. Panormos beach is top-rated among naturists. Visit the archaeological museum with Mykonos cultural tours, which include exhibits dating from the Prehistoric to the Hellenistic period. The Aegean Maritime Museum is another excellent place to visit as it allows visitors to travel through time in Greek maritime history.
And remember you can also experience the Cyclades natural beauty on a Mykonos boat trip. Go island hopping, snorkelling, visit beautiful coves or even take a romantic sunset cruise.
Originally intended to confuse pirates, Mykonos town is the perfect place to lose your way in its twisting streets. The fun is exploring these streets while at the same time discovering something unexpected at every turn.
You could almost imagine you are in Italy as your stroll around Little Venice in Mykonos Town. Home to many highly acclaimed artists, you will recognize their paintings everywhere, making it one of the most photographed areas in Europe.
Celebrities love Mykonos. Leonardo DiCaprio, Alessandra Ambrosio, Bella Hadid, Paris Hilton, Gerard Butler, Ariana Grande, and Mariah Carey have all been spotted on the island over the years. As for shopping, Matoyianni Street is where it all happens. Dominated by designer stores, chic boutiques, jewellers and numerous cafes, you will be spoilt for choice.
The tourist season on Mykonos generally begins around April and runs till the end of October. The high season is from July until the end of August. If you prefer the hustle and bustle, then the high season is for you. Many people prefer September and October as the crowds have gone and you will get your accommodation and tours cheaper.
A meal in a mid-range restaurant for two should cost around 70 Euro. A pint of domestic beer is about 5 Euro and a 12 oz bottle of imported beer is also approximately 5 Euro.
Book your accommodation and tours early to get the best possible price. The sea is perfect for swimming in September and October as the waters are still warm. As always, look after your personal belongings and keep your passport in your hotel safe. Always buy bottled water and remember to bring plenty of sunscreen.
With its Mediterranean climate, Mykonos has warm sunny summers and mild winters. Average temperatures range from 110 degrees in January to 250degrees in August. December through to March are mild, although it can get very windy. However; the winds in Mykonos make for comfortable beach conditions.