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I just got back from Mykonos, which was insanely pretty and beautiful. Mykonos is known for its chic lifestyle, amazing nightlife and picturesque corners. It is located in the Cycladic region of the Aegean Sea. This year was a bit different due to the restrictions of Covid, however we still had a beautiful time on the Greek Island.
How to get around in Mykonos
The easiest way to get around in Mykonos is by renting a scooter or a quad. We rented a quad and got to visit a lot of different beaches in on the island. It is definitely a great way to discover places without being dependent on public transport.
If you don’t want to rent a scooter, there are bus transfers available from the old town to different beaches. One way costs around 2€.
Walking is the best way to explore the old town. It might be a good idea to stay in the old town if you want to explore Mykonos by foot.
Where to stay
We stayed at Votsalaki Mykonos Boutique Resort, which is located near Paradise Beach. The location is awesome as it’s near the beach but also close to the old town. The hotel itself is insanely beautiful and the service there is amazing.
Breakfast was served at 10am at the pool area, which was a nice experience itself.
The hotel also paid great attention to hygiene so we felt very comfortable staying there. Another great thing about this hotel is the incredible view. You could watch the sunset from the hotel and the infinity pool.
The rooms at Votsalaki Resort are really spacious and clean. The architecture is very Greek and incredibly beautiful.
You can book different rooms on the website, some rooms even have a kitchen and a private pool.
I really enjoyed my stay at this beautiful hotel and will definitely come back again!
Where to eat in Mykonos
Little Venice: There are so many nice and cute restaurants in little Venice. Just walk around a bit and you will definitely find a good greek restaurant. I really recommend to order a Greek salad and some pita with Fava as a starter!
Souvlaki Story: They have some amazing Gyros and Souvlaki and are very budget friendly. We went there twice to grab a falafel wrap – great vegetarian option:)
Healthylicious: If you are craving something healthy, I would recommend this place. They have yummy salads and smoothie bowls.
Premier the Crepe Shop: For some dessert, you should go to this Crepe shop. The Crepes there are super sweet and delicious.
Nautilus: If you want to taste authentic Greek food, you need to check out this restaurant. I would suggest booking in advance.