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      Mykonos beach

      Mykonos: where beach meets party.

      Mykonos is famous for its party lifestyle and its amazing sandy beaches. If you love spending all day at the beach and to party all night, Mykonos will not disappoint you.

      Panagia Paraportiani church

      Panagia Paraportiani, Mykonos.

      Not only is this church the most important one on the island, it’s also one of the most photographed churches worldwide.

      The picturesque town of Mykonos

      The picturesque town of Mykonos.

      Mykonos town, also called Chora by the locals, is absolutely picture perfect with its white washed houses and brightly coloured windows.

      Flights to Mykonos, Greece

      Mykonos is known for its eccentric parties, wealthy jetsetters and luxury villas. It’s true this party island never sleeps, and you’ll always find a beach or a nightclub in Mykonos with just the right vibe.

      However, if it attracts many tourists each year, it’s not only for the parties. The island also makes the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway: white-sand beaches, sun all year round, breathtaking landscapes and charming cultural sites.
      Mykonos is also the number one gay destination in Greece, and is highly popular with the LGBTQ community.

      So why not go ahead and book your airline ticket to Mykonos with Brussels Airlines today! The many hotels and youth hostels in Mykonos await you!


      What to do in Mykonos?

      1. Your visit to Mykonos wouldn’t be complete without passing by the main city, Chora. Built in the shape of an amphitheatre, Chora and its delightful little cubic houses never fail to charm. Lose yourself exploring the windmills, narrow lanes and sun-drenched squares.
      2. Mykonos is about more than its nightlife alone. There are almost as many churches in the city as there are days in the year! One of these is Paraportiani church, which offers a magnificent view of Mykonos. You’ll be dazzled by the contrast between the brilliant white architecture and the azure blue of the sky and sea.
      3. Aside from the many bars and cafés, you can also visit beautiful museums on Mykonos, such as the Aegean Maritime Museum and the Folklore Museum. Rarity Gallery is a small art gallery located in the centre of Mykonos. Your visit will take no more than 50 minutes, but viewing the magnificent statues, sculptures and paintings will be a rich and moving experience.
      4. Also not to be missed is Alefkandra, the Little Venice on Mykonos. This is the neighbourhood where the women of the island once went to do their laundry. It’s always pleasant to stop for a drink at the water’s edge here.
      5. The village of Ano Mera is also worth a visit. Pretty and picturesque, and built according to the typical architecture of the Cyclades, Ano Mera is much quieter than Chora. The village has a monastery dating from 1542 and two windmills.
      6. Don’t forget to spend a day on the island of Delos. Each year, excursions are organised to visit this sacred island of ancient Greece, where you can explore utterly unique archaeological sites. If you want to continue exploring islands, you can also visit Tinos, the sacred island of modern Greece! It is home to the Church of the Virgin Mary, making it an essential spot for Orthodox pilgrims.
      7. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, of course, there are countless beaches such as Plati Gialos and Elia, as well as swimming pools available.

      Practical information for your trip to Mykonos

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Mykonos airport, located in Chora, 4 kilometers southeast of the town of Mykonos. The transfer time from Chora to Mykonos airport is about 10 minutes.
      • Time zone: UTC+2 (During summer time Greece switches to DST: UTC +3)
      • Currency: Euro. Make sure to always have some cash on hand as not all restaurants accept credit cards. ATMs are available throughout the country.
      • Electric sockets: Plug type C and type F (two round pins) suitable for appliances of 230 V – 50 Hz.
      • Travel information: Greece is part of the Schengen-zone, meaning that under normal circumstances, EU citizens may travel without a passport. Non-EU citizens must have a valid passport. Citizens of the following countries may enter Greece without a visa: Countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Citizens of other countries require a visa. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: No vaccinations are necessary to visit Greece. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Mykonos?

      • If you want to visit Mykonos in peace, get up early in the morning, since the partygoers probably won’t get out of bed until the afternoon.
      • There is a very extensive bus system in Mykonos. However, they are much less frequent in the evenings. If you don’t want to have to wait for too long, it’s better to take a taxi or, (for the sporty), just walk.
      • Many tourists rent scooters to get around the island. It is less expensive if you rent them near the beaches.
      • When you think Mykonos, you should also think shopping. There’s everything, from traditional boutiques to luxury stores. The “classic” souvenir to take home is a copy of a Cycladic art figure.
      • And finally, the nightlife… Where to begin? Most of the places to go out in the evening are in Chora, but be careful as prices can be exorbitant. Beach parties are often organised, where you can have a drink and dance on the beach, at the same time as enjoying the sun and the sea, what else?

      A few words of Greek

      • Kalimera is the usual greeting in the morning, if you’re greeting someone in the afternoon or evening, say kalispera. Goodnight is kalinikta, do pay attention though as kalinikta is only used as a goodbye, never as a greeting. Going for drinks with friends? The Greeks don’t say cheers but yamas! Want to go out? Say Pame gia café. It literally means “Let’s go for a coffee” but it’s generally used to go out for drinks, not specifically coffee. If you have a particular Greek lady or gentleman in mind, this is the way to ask them out for a drink.

      When to go to Mykonos?

      Mykonos has a Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters, while the summers are hot and dry. The best period to visit is therefore between June and September when the temperatures are around 30°C and can even reach 38°C! Remember to bring a light sweater because temperatures can drop significantly at night. If you go in summer, don’t forget your sunglasses and sunscreen.

      What to eat in Mykonos?

      As far as food goes, you’ll find a bit of everything, from typical Greek restaurants to international restaurants that are located chiefly in Chora.

      Cultural events in Mykonos

      • Carnival is an event that’s not to be missed! Everyone dresses in costume and parades by the side of “Klidonas”, a boy who draws water from the well to pour into a pitcher, into which everyone can drop an object. This is all done in complete silence.
      • Summer festivals: throughout the summer, a series of music festivals are held. It’s your chance to experience extravagant parties, dance and hear some good music on the beach.
      • Harvest festival (the second Sunday in September): the perfect way to learn a little bit more about Greek culture is the agricultural fair. Farmers and tourists gather there to taste good wine and tell stories

      Book your flight to Mykonos, Greece!

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Mykonos with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Mykonos between 4 May 2018 and 28 September 2018.

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