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Tharroe Of Mikonos Hotel De Luxe – (Aggelika, Mikonos)
Mykonian architecture blend with modern facilities to provide all the amenities that make a holiday so lazily comfortable
Mikonos Theoxenia Hotel – (Kato Mili, po box 177, Mikonos)
All 52 rooms of Mikonos Theoxenia exude an aura of unique aesthetics and good taste, which flirt pointedly with the characteristic “glam” culture and its discreet luxury, embracing the epitome of…
Pension Matina – (Xontros Gremos, Mikonos)
We welcome you to the Island of Mikonos. The island that will bewitch you with its natural beauties, captivate your heart with its unique sunset and give you unforgettable moments of fun and pleasure
Semeli Hotel – (Rohari Mikonos Town, Mikonos)
Semeli Hotel is an exceptional resort for your holidays
Santa Marina Resort & Villas – (Ornos Bay, Mikonos)
On a private peninsula, Santa Marina is a haven of seclusion and personalised service just five minutes from Mikonos town
Argo Hotel – (Platis Gialos, Mikonos)
Argo Hotel is situated at Plati Yalos Beach, 3.5 kilometres from Mikonos town. A traditional hotel, it combines good service with a friendly atmosphere

This upmarket Greek island is a sophisticated, fashionable favourite destination particularly for the gay travellers, and probably because of its popularity it has become reputedly the most expensive of all the islands. Its designer shops, colourful tavernas and throbbing dance clubs are doing a roaring trade, but despite the trendy crowds and a couple of well-attended nudist beaches, the island retains its traditional flavour while its trademark five thatched windmills turn slowly on the hill.
Tourists to Mikonos who would like to do some serious sightseeing can visit the archaeological museum on the island, which displays some finds from the necropolis on nearby Rhenia. It is also possible to take a trip across to the uninhabited island of Delos (just six nautical miles away), which is an important World Heritage archaeological site, having been the religious and political centre of the Aegean in ancient times. Explore the temples and the Avenue of the Lions, and see some stunning archaic sculptures in the museum.
There are good ferry connections between the Cyclades islands and the mainland, and in summer, hydrofoils and high-speed catamarans as well. Between May and September it is easy to island-hop, although strong winds can upset the more sensitive hydrofoil services. There are airports at Mikonos, Santorini and Paros. Reliable bus services connect the main towns on the islands, and taxis are easily available. Rental car agencies are available, as well as moped and motorbike hire, but as roads are treacherously narrow and winding it is not advised unless an experienced rider