discover MYKONOS with our yachts

Welcome to Mykonos

“The party capital of the Cyclades”

Mykonos is never enough

Probably the most popular island destination in the country, known for its gorgeous beaches, vibrant nightlife, exceptional views of the Aegean and luxury villas. For those looking to relax and party, as well as for those wanting to explore the culture, history and cuisine of the Greek islands, Mykonos will be a unique destination during your sailing trip! Spend some time lounging in the sun, or choose partying until the sun comes up, as Mykonos has something for everyone. From luxury to adventure, she has the capability to provide its guests with whatever they desire. A magnet for wealthy Athenians and international celebrities since the 1960’s!

Home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with pristine waters, golden sand and plenty of vibrant beach bars. The food is a mix of traditional Greek dishes, international cuisine, all with a modern twist and plenty of seafood. In terms of entertainment, it has an unlimited variety of options on offer and will surely cater to everyone's desires when visiting. The town of Mykonos is blessed with a beautiful mix of whitewashed buildings, enchanted alleys, charming churches and upmarket stores. Her sunsets are renowned for their beauty and are the perfect way to end the day with your significant other, friends and family.

Quick facts:

Complex of islands:
Cyclades islands




South Aegean Sea


Sailing distance
from Athens: 100 miles


Famous heritage:
Parapotiani church


Mostly windy

Included in our 1 week route for the Cyclades

click to see the route


Visit Delos island near Mykonos

The island of Delos is a Unesco world heritage site with remarkable mythological, historical and archeological relevance. Said to be the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, you will have the chance to explore the ancient landscape and experience the wonder of ancient Greek civilization in all its glory in the Cyclades onboard your sailing yacht.

It is truly a lifetime experience.

Try a chocolate martini in Little Venice

Beautiful blue and white homes nestled upon the edge of the sea and incredible sunsets make this location one of the most romantic areas in Mykonos. Watch the sun dissapear into the Aegean sea while experiencing the atmosphere once appreciated by famous people such as; Jackie O’, Princess Soraya, Maria Kallas and Grace Kelly. It is also said that in the past pirates had used this location to hide their loot.


Visit the windmills

The windmills are a must for guests visiting the island. Once masterpieces of their time they were used to mill wheat and were an important source of income for the inhabitants. They can be seen overlooking the “Chora” with their beautiful white architecture and characteristic small windows.

Although we always like to remain objective there are things in each island we admire and others we believe you need to be aware of.

Vibrant nightlife

Excellent beaches with turquoise waters

Many options of restaurants, bars and nightclubs

Ideal for shopping huge variety of clothing and jewlery


The marina may be packed during high season 

A taxi is required to reach the city from the marina

“Scroll through the enchanted white washed alleys of town, eventually landing up in "Little Venice" for a delicious cocktail and incredible view of the Aegean sea"”

  • This was the trip of a lifetime! Our skipper (Theodore) and hostess (Stefanie) were incredible, the islands we went to were the perfect mix for our group and they always had fantastic recommendations for dinners in the ports. The boat was also epic, beautiful, spacious and the perfect place to relax. Such an amazing time, highly recommend.

    Cody P.
  • What a trip to remember! We had an amazing and helpful skipper. He took good care of us and we had the chance to visit so many beautiful Greek islands. Definitely coming back!

    Mike S.
  • Ornos bay

  • Elia beach

  • Windmills

  • Peter the pelican

Beaches worth visiting

Super Paradise Beach

A popular beach located on the south coast of the Greek island of Mykonos. It is known for its clear, turquoise waters, lively atmosphere and non stop beach parties with music, drinks and dancing. There is also a range of watersports such as jet skiing, parasailing and banana rides. 

Paradise Beach

Paradise beach, located in between Paranga Beach and Super Paradise, is accessible by foot from Platis Yialos. Famous since the hippies era, this flat, sandy beach has the most established facilities on the island offering water sports as well as popular bars where many gather to party.

Elia beach

10 kilometers from the capital is the longest sandy beach of Mykonos. Fully organized, offering a wide variety of taverns and bars, as well as water sports facilities such as water-skiing, parasailing and windsurfing.

Lia Beach

Located in the south edge of Mykonos, 14km away from Chora, an isolated, organized beach called Lia has magnificent waters offering plenty of amenities such as sunbeds, umbrellas and water sports. 

Psarrou Beach

One of the most popular beaches in Mykonos with golden sand and crystal-clear waters, known to attract numerous celebrities, offering an extravagant vibe and atmosphere.

Trademarks of the island

Church Panagia Paraportiani

A symbolic monument of the Cyclades, consisting of five churches, four of them are on the ground floor and one is above. The name derives from the fact that it is located near the gate of the medieval wall of Mykonos.

Peter the Pelican

There are many stories about the famous Peter the Pelican. Some are true and others pure fiction. One thing for sure, this stubby funny looking bird with impressive wing span and long beak has been recognized as a symbol of Mykonos almost as much as the iconic windmills.



Known for being the windiest in the Cyclades, Mykonos will provide windsurfers with endless hours of enjoyment in the crystal clear waters of the island.


Ftelia and Korfos are ideal locations for kitesurfing and have designated kitesurfing centers.

The Weather
  • Quite windy at most times of the year
  • Fairly cold azure waters around the island

See position of Mykonos in the map


included in our 1 week route for the Cyclades

click to see the route
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