Typical Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and long dry summers, constant sunshine and clear blue skies. Occasionally windy. With temperatures in July and August reaching 32°C to 35°C, Mykonos is an ideal vacation getaway.
Mykonos is well connected, with many international airlines operating direct flights. The flight from Athens to Mykonos takes just 35 minutes.
By Ferry Boat
Daily ferry connections from and to the ports of Piraeus and Rafina, as well as the islands of Tinos, Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini and Andros. Also frequent connections with the islands of Crete (Heraklion), Amorgos, Astypalaia, Kos, Rhodes and Samos.
Find us easy
Driving from the port or airport
The distance to the Myconian K Hotels from both the airport and the seaport is just 2 km. Follow the signs to Mykonos town. On the first roundabout turn left towards Platis Gialos. On the crossroad follow the signs to town and after 200 meters follow the hotel signs
One of the most cosmopolitan islands in the world, Mykonos is famous for its pristine sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, upscale shops, lively bars and great restaurants. Mykonos is also renowned for the gentle dignity and courteous hospitality of its people and the postcard-like beauty of its traditional houses, windmills and cobblestone streets.
The island’s pearl-white villages with their cube-shaped houses with flat roofs, vividly painted shutters and flowered balconies are among the finest examples of Cycladic architecture. Combined with the azure waters and sunny blue skies, the dazzlingly white buildings and mazelike streets produce a spectacle of breathtaking beauty.
What to See
Walk around Mykonos Town (Chora), explore its narrow cobblestone alleys lined with domed churches and whitewashed houses have a drink in the little harbor and check out its upscale restaurants, lively nightspots and picturesque shops selling anything your heart desires. Visit the town’s museums including the fascinating Mykonos Archaeological Museum which houses an important collection of ancient Greek art. The picturesque inland village of Ano Mera boasting of a charming square, a lively outdoor market and a 16th century monastery is also worth a visit.
Golden sands, clear blue waters and amazing scenery. The island’s world famous beaches include Platis Gialos, Ornos, Paranga, Paradise, Super Paradise, Elia, Psarou and Kalo Livadi. In the north there is Panormos and Agios Sostis, while Kalafatis and Ftelia are recommended for wind surfing.
From hip beach clubs and chill out bars to all night mega venues, Mykonos is the party capital of the Aegean Sea, attracting international celebrities, VIP clubbers and leading DJs.
For the discerning shopper Mykonos offers many attractions including numerous jewelry, clothing, arts & crafts and souvenir shops as well as art galleries and traditional stores offering local delicacies and culinary delights.