Mykonos

Mykonos

This popular Greek island in the Aegean archipelago has an area of 100 km2 (40 square miles) with a local population of about 10,000. In the 1950’s, Mykonos was a struggling fishing town but it was revitalized by a tourist boom that has yet to slow. The perception that Mykonos is for out-of-control teenagers or for fabulous gays is completely invalid– we have Ibiza and Fire Island respectively for those two groups! In fact, Mykonos has become the travel spot of many jetsetters and socialites from Europe and elsewhere. With non-stop (and inexpensive) flights from many Western European cities, it’s even easier to get there.

Mykonos has grown into a hub for luxury resorts and cabana parties, boasting some of the best bars and clubs on the Greek islands. For those particularly looking for the nightlife scene, accommodations near the main village are the most convenient and will avoid the hassles of private cars and taxis. Everything from disco to pop resonates off the whitewashed walls of the clubs. No matter what time of day or night, cocktails and dancing are somewhere to be found on the winding walkways.

There are currently 15 exclusive venues listed for Mykonos. Download Night Box