Mykonos Grace

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Mykonos P O Box 449, (formerly Agios Stefanos Kastro Hotel), Agios Stefanos, Mykonos, 84600, Greece
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Mykonos - April 15

by CL1706

Hi VT'ers,

We are looking to spend a week in the Greek Islands soakin up the sun in mid April, and was wondering if Mykonos was a good option.

We are hoping to stay at a resort with a pool (not too fussed about the beach), but wonder if its warm enough to get some sun at that time of the year.

IS Mykonos, or the other Greek Islands 'open' in April or not until later in the year ?

Thanks for any help !


Re: Mykonos - April 15

by albertolai

Soaking up in the sun might not quite be the thing in April, though you never know, you might hit a good week, on the other hand you might get a week with still cold and rainy weather.
You wan't be able to swim yet. Usually you start swimming at the beginning of May further south in Crete, and a couple of weeks later in Mykonos. But I don't like cold water, may be you do!

Re: Mykonos - April 15


Mikonos in mid-April would still be on the cooler side with the ocean temperature as well but you'll have brilliant warm sunny days mostly for sure. The same true for all the Cyclades isles. Anymore warmer, you head further away towards Santorini and Crete. By the way, just so you know, the island of Mikonos is now a heavily tourist destination and mostly gay.

Re: Mykonos - April 15

by yma123

Mykonos is my favourite place EVER!!!

I can see that you are from melbourne... yay.. me too!!!

Mykonos/Santorini I visited this year in august & loved both of these islands... spectacular... see my pages if you like... but id have to agree with the others in terms on the weather... go in June- septmber if you can...

& its not mostely gay... there are gay couples there but its like this everywhere these days & whilst I was there i think I only seen 3 or 4 couples... they are not in your face everywhere... & gay people are great...

hope you decide!!

Re: Mykonos - April 15

by kon27


Re: Mykonos - April 15

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Re: Mykonos - April 15

by Patchi

Mykonos is a Party Island and beach,

Travel Tips for Mykonos

Dilos, the holy ancient Greeks island

by Aggeliki

Dilos was the religious capital of the Ionians in 1,000 BC. Dilos’ greatest period was in the third to fourth century BC, when the tiny island had a population of 20,000 and was the chief financial center and slave market in the Mediterranean. Foreigners from Rome, Syria, and Egypt built homes and coexisted tolerantly, despite the variety of religious beliefs. Now the island is a small museum. You can go there by boat in 20 minutes. You can see the Avenue of the Lions (7C BC), the theater (3C BC), and many one and two-story houses with mosaic floors, like the House of the Trident. A flight of steps ascends the island’s summit, Mt. Kynthos, the birthplace of Apollo. Here is a great view of Delos and the nearby islands.

travel from airport

by charlotte-jane

if you are doing a package hol to mykonos tell the travel agent you dont need the transfers as they cost about 30 quid and a taxi from the airport to town costs about 5 quid and is far quicker and easier than being herded on the coach with other tourists.

Panagia Paraportiani

by chrissyalex

If you have seen pictures of Mykonos, then you have probably seen pictures of this unique church before. It is one of this island's most photographed buildings. Panagia Partortiani is also known as Our Lady of the Postern Gate . It was built in the 16th century and it is actually 5 churches. Four chapels for the first story and one larger chapel for the second story.


by mtncorg

Wander among the narrow streets and alleys of the Chora. Each corner will contain another surprise, another pelican or another bar from which the latest in Eurofunk can be heard emanating. Turn another corner and you leave the glitz behind and a sight like this will greet you. It is all in what you are looking for.

Mykonos: It's the Only Way to Get to Delos

by sieffron

The Cyclades derives its name from the manner in which the sun drenched islands spiral outward from their sacred and spiritual terrestrial epicenter, Delos. This ancient island, steeped in Greek mythology sits adjacent to the Cyclades' modern day cultural nucleus, Mykonos.
Mykonos, along with Santorini, most commonly represents the Greek Isles in the minds of most non-Greeks. Famous for pelicans that roam the narrow alleyways between gleaming whitewashed buidings, above which windmills overlook a deep navy ocean, Mykonos is perhaps more reknowned as a debaucherous hotspot for chic nightowls who will still feel comfortable roaming the beaches during the day without the clothes they lost the previous evening.
My visit was more subdued, as the coinciding Olympics kept many potential visitors on the mainland, or outside of Greece entirely. Arriving on Mykonos as a bit of a seeker myself, I was a bit disappointed by the ordinary nocturnal going-ons, which I paid extraordinary prices to partake in. That said, I found Mykonos town, or Hora, to be a charming place to while away the few daylight hours I didn't spend on the beach. The highlight of a visit to Mykonos though, is hopping over to Delos to spend a day among the impossibly preserved ancient ruins that stand as a testament to the ancient Greeks' devotion to their numerous gods and godesses and the modern day Greeks' pride in their rich history and culture.


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Address: Mykonos P O Box 449, (formerly Agios Stefanos Kastro Hotel), Agios Stefanos, Mykonos, 84600, Greece