Popular Lettings in Mykonos
Highlights in Mykonos
- Pristine waters and lovely beaches
- Delicious Greek flavours
- Amazing views
- Lots of fun for the summer holidays
- Excellent walking tours
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Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Mykonos
This small and beautiful island boasts a wide array of holiday rentals accommodating the thousands of visitors drawn in by the beauty of this unique Greek island. Wherever your rental is going to be, the views of the Aegean Sea will be easily a reality from your window every morning and due to the size of the island is very easy to wander the rambling streets or the stunning beaches. Find exclusive properties in secluded areas and luxury rentals for a stunning time on this unique destination.Luxury holidays with sea views
Find your perfect holiday rental and start enjoying your time away from home. Find private rentals close to the beach and lovely and traditional properties with they typical whitewashed faces decorated with pretty fuchsia bougainvillea, giving the island its unique and recognisable touch. Stone paved streets in light colours combined with grey that help bringing the blue of the doors and shutters out. Most properties have a lovely terraces with incredible views in the morning and some others, during the sunset. Find exclusive rentals with all kind of amenities including hot tubs, pools and sauna to enjoy romantic moments or shake the stress away whenever you need. Families and groups of 4 is the ideal number for the accommodations, so families with children or couples will find the perfect place to stay.
Holidays in Mykonos
The area and getting around
The little island of Mykonos is located in the Aegean sea and it is part of the Cyclades group, south of the Balkans. The architecture of the island is well known worldwide, as well as the sandy beaches and a cosmopolitan party scene. The island boasts a glamour flair with its luxury accommodations and coastal resorts, designer boutiques and unique attractions. The capital of the island is the port city of Mykonos Town, or how they popular name it, Chora.The most cosmopolitan island of Greece
Take some tours to other islands or spend the day at the most fantastic beaches with crystal clear waters. If you want to explore the island, rent an ATV and have a different experience, watch the magical sunsets and during the day, have the best meals enjoying traditional Greek cuisine. At night, get ready to dance like no one’s watching. The great nightlife and clubs offer on the island is amazing. You will feel like if you were in a big and cosmopolitan urban area. Enjoy your stay in Mykonos.
Travellers and activities
For those looking for a secluded and worldly spot, Mykonos offers peaceful areas where to enjoy calm days by the sea and water activities such as swimming, snorkelling or just basking in the sun. Another good option is to rent a small boat and go island hopping, finding an ideal spot to spend the day in paradise coves or tiny and quiet beaches that can only be accessed by sea. Anytime of year is good for a holiday in Mykonos as the temperature does not fall below 15. If you want to escape the crowds, visit during the less busiest months and enjoy some scuba diving exploring the wonderful caves of Tragonisi and the marine fauna of the islands.Mykonos for partygoers
Have fun is also part of most holidays, especially during the summer season when the temperatures favour outdoor activities and dining. Mykonos is known as “the Greek Ibiza”. This chic atmosphere that started back in the 50s when many celebrities spent their holidays on the island, is an allure that draws in travellers from all over. The best night clubs and pubs by the beach to dance the night away such as Paradise Club or Cavo Paradiso, with the best Djs performing every year. The area of Paradise Beach is a haven for those looking for fun. Go to Tropicana Beach and Sunrise. Keep the party going!
Why the only colours for doors and windows are blue, green and red? The reason goes back to the old days when sailors painted theirs blue, farmers green and the rest of people, red.
Top 5 travel tips in Mykonos
The windmills are probably among the most recognized landmarks of Mykonos as well as a popular tourist attraction. Many centuries ago, the mills were used to grind the grains suing the force of the wind making the windmill sails move. Nowadays they are just private homes or museums like the one in Boni, which is also a great spot for a great sunset. Kato Myloi (The Lower Windmills) are the most popular ones, facing the sea from the top of a hill. Seven mills are preserved today.2. Take a Mykonos walking tour
If you want to wander the street but adding some interesting facts and information about town, book a walking tour with an experienced guide that will tell you all about this region, its culture and the traditional things to do. You will visit the town’s highlights learning lots of things about it. In the area of Matogiania you will find the chic shops and trendy eateries and bars.3. Taste the delicious Greek cuisine
Going to Greece also means enjoying real good food. Mediterranean recipes where olive oil is the base of most of them. You cannot leave the island without trying some moussaka, gyro, tzatziki sauce and wash it all down with great Greek wines. Finish your meal with a sweet treat to indulge your taste buds. Baklava is a traditional pastry pudding with layers of filo and a filling of chopped nuts and honey.4. Get the most stunning views
If you decide to hike or walk the paths around the island, you will get to know spectacular landscapes that will offer you a different perspective of most of its locations. As a nature lover you will enjoy one of the most known routes - the Armenistis Lighthouse. Rewarding views will be awaiting once you get to the top making your effort worthwhile.5. Visit Mykonos iconic churches
Mykonos is also known for the characteristic white churches and chapels with blue domes. Around the island there are about 800 and 60 of them are in Mykonos Town! Walk around the city and you will spot them easily. Some of the most popular ones are Panagia Paraportiani and Agios Nikolaos, both in Mykonos Town. In Ano Mera you find the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani. Get your camera ready!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Mykonos
Due to its high annual average of £336.73 per night, Mykonos is the destination in Greece where you will see the highest prices for rentals.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Mykonos are March, May, and April, with average prices from £239.63, £256.2 and £265.17, respectively.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Mykonos?
In 2019, the month that had the highest annual average in Mykonos was August, with an average price of £497.15 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £442.1, and September, with £370.66.Is Mykonos a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Mykonos, we reccommend planning your travels ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 61% in the year 2019.Which months offer the highest availability?
May, April, and October are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 59%, 50.5% and 49.5%.Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is January (only 22% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by December (23%), and February (27.5%).Are there many holiday lettings in Mykonos?
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