The laid-back bohemian vibes at Alemagou have made it a firm favourite amongst our friends.
You simply have to visit Avli Tou Thodori, even if it’s just for a small plate with a few cocktails or a glass of wine.
Elia Beach is one of those places where you can really lose track of time.
Located on the white sands of Ftelia beach, it exudes bohemian style, boasts a breath-taking view of the ocean and it’s home to the island’s comfiest beach beds.
You’ll find Hippie Fish on Agios Ioannis beach (just look for the giant wooden sculpture outside) and you can easily spend an entire day here.
It’s the perfect setting for indulging in the very best of Greek cuisine.
There are few dining experiences that make such an impression you find yourself talking about them months later. M Eating is such an experience.
The staff are attentive and the atmosphere is lively, so it’s no wonder this is one of the most popular restaurants in Mykonos Town.
A dining experience worthy of a five star hotel, with five star views over the water.
If you’re keen to explore modern Mykonian dining, you couldn’t ask for a more spectacular setting.
Put simply, Sale e Pepe offers the finest Italian food on the island.
The venue is a regular haunt for celebrities, and you’ll find them taking part in yoga classes, sipping on world-class cocktails or joining the bohemian revolution through sacred music rituals.
There are two ways to find yourself in the relaxed café atmosphere of Yialo Yialo – either directly from the popular Platis Gialos beach or through the wooden gates by the painted white bicycle.