Mykonos and the color blue go hand in hand – from the sparkling sea to bright sunny skies and the characteristic painted doors and windows throughout the old town, making this Greek island the ultimate getaway destination.
STAY at the ideally situated Portobello Boutique Hotel, which is an easy walk from dining, shopping and the main bus station and offers a great breakfast spread in the mornings.
DO get an up-close look at the island’s trademark seaside windmills, originally built by the Venetians in the 16th century and appropriately located across from the island’s postcard-perfect “Little Venice”.
EAT at the hidden paradise that is Eva’s Garden, offering both indoor and outdoor seating under a canopy of grape leaves and a well-rounded menu of traditional Greek dishes.
DISCOVER the beaches that Mykonos is known for, whether you’re seeking a place to see and be seen or a quite spot for some R&R, the island has you covered.
Read more in my Guide to Visiting Mykonos (coming soon!).