Mykonos - Greece Travel DiariesWe stayed in Mykonos for 3 days. As we went in the shoulder season (just before the peak season) we could enjoy the place without the craziness that is in the peak season. The best way to commute on the island is to rent a quad bike or a car. We rented a jeep for a day and it costed us €50 and €10 for the fuel. It was a perfect choice as the ride to Paradise beach (the most happening beach) is a bit rough for other cars.
Things to do in Mykonos
- Paradise beach
- Little Venice
How’s What in Mykonos, Greece?FOOD: We experienced some of the most awesome dishes in Greece and Mykonos was no different. So much goodness, and being a vegetarian I was never left with less options. MUST VISIT: Ling Ling Restaurant (a bit on the pricier side but totally worth, it's a fusion Asian / Chinese restaurant). TRANSPORT: Rental cars or quad bikes are the best option. SAFETY: We found it pretty safe. PEOPLE: Extremely helpful, courteous, and full of life. The night life is what it's famous for, you can just stroll in the central Mykonos area and will find plenty of clubs with superb music. OUR STAY: We stayed at Magas Mykonos. It is a two-star family-owned property. The rooms were small and cozy, but the bathroom was super small. The breakfast buffet was also not very great. If you are looking for a budget hotel you can try this but if you prefer spending a little more then you should skip this one. I hope you liked this post, let me know your thoughts in the comment section. Have you been to Greece? If yes, share your stories with me in the comment section, would love to know your stories. ? If not, then I hope you get to visit Greece soon. Have you checked out my previous posts from Greece travel diaries? Check them here.
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