Above the Mykonian bay where Super Paradise Beach lies, with a view to the infinite blue of the Aegean Sea, nests this beautiful Mykonos villa rental.
Mykonos Villa Three, like the other two villas of the complex, with the presence of all modern amenities, combined with high aesthetics, lures people that desire to taste wonderful moments that they will be forever engraved in their minds and their hearts.
The architecture, similarly to the other two sister Mykonos villas, complies with the traditional cycladitic style.
The villa in Mykonos consists of an external space in which are arranged a BBQ, a Bar with a sound system, a pergola where you can enjoy local dainty morsels and a private pool which is accessible either from the separate bedrooms or from the staircase that leads to it.
For dining out options, the Island of Mykonos features amongst the best places to eat in the Cyclades Islands and Greece where lucky travellers can taste great dishes prepared by renowned chefs in magnificent settings and turn their dining in Mykonos into a magical culinary feast.
Mykonos Island was amongst the first places to offer a more sophisticated and contemporary version of the Traditional Greek Cuisine, to propose the Island’s visitors a refined cuisine that will suit their cosmopolitan tastes.
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Mykonos is one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide. It is famous for its wonderful beaches, the intense nightlife, the shops and its restaurants. From the end of May and until September, people wander around the endless narrow streets of Chora giving you the feeling that you are in a non-stop 24-hour party.
Activities / What to do there?
Mykonos Town is a captivating labyrinth that's home to chic boutiques and whiter-than-white houses decked with bougainvillea and geraniums, plus a handful of small museums and photogenic churches. Little Venice, where the sea laps up to the edge of the restaurants and bars, and Mykonos' famous hilltop windmills should be high on the must-see list.
The packed, party-hard beaches are on the island's south coast. Platys Gialos has wall-to-wall sun lounges, while many patrons nude up at Paradise Beach, Super Paradise, Agrari and gay-friendly Elia. The less-squashy beaches are Kalo Livadi and Kalafatis in the southeast. All can be accessed by bus or caïque (fishing boat).