Mykonos, July 2014

Where To Stay

We stayed at The Paradise Beach Resort, which if you’re into the whole clubbing/party scene, is perfect (we personally, aren’t – that was our one mistake.) We’re more inclined towards long, lazy lunches, quaint stores and strolls through meandering lane ways; which is why we loved spending our days and evenings in Mykonos Town, conveniently just a short bus trip from Paradise Beach

What To Eat

Opt for fresh, local seafood. The mussels I had in Little Venice (a strip of waterside seafood restaurants in Mykonos Town) was one of the best meals I’ve ever had. Accompany with fresh, crusty bread and wash down with a crisp glass of white (or a shot of Ouzo – Opa!)

What To See

You can’t visit Mykonos island and not see the windmills; Walk through Little Venice; Get lost in the cobblestone lane ways (it’s totally unavoidable!)

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