As one of the most popular of the sun-soaked Greek Cyclades islands, it doesn’t get much more idyllic than a Mykonos yacht charter. Mykonos combines local flavour with modern glamour and nightlife, thanks to its traditional Greek taverns and restaurants, bohemian nightlife and stunning sandy beaches. Read on to discover how to make your Mykonos yacht charter a trip to remember.
an island for party lovers
Mykonos is one of the cosmopolitan islands in Greece and Europe. A vacation on the island of Mykonos is definitely a choice for all the party lovers. Mykonos is famous for its exciting nightlife, picturesque traditional villages with white houses, charming church domes and gorgeous sandy beaches.
Nammos Beach Club
Nammos Beach Club represents the ‘crème de la crème’ of nightlife which will ensure that your Mykonos yacht rental experience is one you won’t forget in a hurry (unless you have one drink too many!). A legendary institution which has been named as one of the best beach clubs in the world, Nammos offers exclusive waterside cabanas, as well as an award=winning restaurant, all in a minimalist and luxurious setting. Explore the soft, golden sands of Psarou Beach, before freshening up with a drink on your yacht for charter, and then dancing the night away to legendary DJs at Nammos. What could be better?
If you are looking for a tranquil anchorage spot on your Mykonos yacht charter, head to Ornos Bay. Located on the south west of the island, Ornos Bay offers easy access to some of the best of Mykonos’ south coast beaches, including Platis Gialos. The name ‘Platis Gialos » means ‘Wide Beach’, and it is the perfect setting for family visits due to its tranquil surroundings, crystal clear waters and soft sand.
Mykonos’ beautifully-preserved historic port and capital (also known as Mykonos) can bring a cultural flavour to your Mykonos yacht rental, with its whitewashed buildings, flower-covered churches and narrow lanes ideal for aimless meandering on a balmy summer’s evening. Historic places of note to visit include the Panagia Paraportiani church.