Mykonos Travel Guide

Strolling through Mykonos Town

Mykonos is often thought of to be a party town, and while it definitely has its fair share of beach clubs and nightlight, there's so much more that it offers. From the relaxed beaches, to the nightlife, to the cute, cultured town, there is something for everyone. Excited to share my guide on where to stay, eat, and spend time here!

Where to Stay

Branco Mykonos: A chic, modern-Mayan beach resort in Mykonos. This is by far the best hotel I've ever stayed at. If you're going to Mykonos, this is the place you need to stay. The location is perfectly situated on Platis Gialos beach, walking distance from the infamous Scorpios. The daily included breakfast is the best in Greece, with a five star chef creating amazing Greek/American fusion dishes- some favorites including the spicy avocado toast and the croque a la grec. The baristas make some of the best espresso/lattes I've tasted and the service is impeccable. The rooms are beautiful, they even use diptyque products for their bath line #swoon. Our room had an outdoor hot tub, with an ocean view and was like a dream. This hotel is one of the few that has beach access from your room and provides chairs/umbrellas to all the guests.

*Added bonus: There is a walking path to Scorpios Mykonos (about a 10 minute walk), which is both a beach/night club and a restaurant.

Where to Eat

  1. Scorpios Mykonos: This was an incredible meal in a Tulum/Mayan-esque environment. Known for it's beach club vibes, it has amazing day beds you can purchase and the nightlife here is worth the visit. More importantly, the food is incredible! It's definitely on the pricey end, but the food was simple, sophisticated and refined. Because of the freshness of the fish, meats and local