Mykonos Mini Guide
Mykonos is the most popular of the Greek islands and welcomes tourists year after year to enjoy the fine weather and blue waters of the Aegean Sea.
First you will fly into Mykonos Airport which does domestic and inter island flights between Athens
on the Greek mainland. AirSea lines, Aegean Airlines and Olympic Airways are some of the carriers which do those journeys. There are also a great deal of charter flights from many European cities in the summer given the popularity of Mykonos as a holiday destination.
Upon arrival at Mykonos Airport you will find the rental car offices easily and Rhino car hire representatives will help to complete your journey by showing you to your car and making sure everything is to your satisfaction.
Once you have got to the hotel, villa or apartment where you are staying your first thought will probably be to head to the beach. There are plenty of them to choose from in Mykonos and having your vehicle will allow you to see them all and get away from the summer season crowds.
What better way to start a holiday by picking up car hire Mykonos Airport? We can beat the price of any other providers and our rates are all inclusive.
If you want a nice beach on which to relax while also having the opportunity of indulging in various water sports, try Elias Beach. There you can rent umbrellas and deck chairs for about 10 Euros and it is possible to jet ski, parasail or wakeboard there as well.
For underwater marine life go to Agios Ioannis where the snorkelling is great while the beach itself is not over crowded.
More racy is Paradise Beach which is frequented by young night clubbers who often sunbathe nude. This island is famed for its nightlife and there is enough in the way of bars and clubs to keep you entertained for a whole holiday. A number of them are also gay friendly. Something a bit more family orientated is Platys Gialos, a fine beach where you can also go jet skiing.
In terms of the rest of the island, Mykonos is split into different areas. There is Little Venice, a charming part of the town, while the windmills are worth seeing too. Ano Mera is a good part of Mykonos if you want to get a bite out to eat. Also you should definitely do a day trip to the nearby island of Delos where you can get a guided tour of the ancient temples which were built there in homage to the Greek gods.
- Mykonos, like the island of Lesvos, is unusual in being a less male dominated society and the island's Women's Society aims to promote the contribution that women make to society. In September their year's work culminates in a festival celebrating all things woman.