Mykonos luxury villas

The perfect stay
in Mykonos, Greece

The iconic windmills glistening in the sunshine, fishermen’s nets strung out to dry, and whitewashed houses tumbling down cobbled streets towards a bustling harbour. It could only be Mykonos. This charming island in the middle of the Aegean Sea is the dream destination for that blissful Greek island holiday. Our Mykonos villas give you the chance to discover this magical island at your own pace.

The island of Mykonos offers visitors the best of both worlds. The towns are buzzing but wander a short distance from the centre and the only sound you’ll hear is the chirrup of cicadas in the afternoon heat. Mykonos town is the place to be for bustling bars and glamorous clubs. However, if you head away from the usual tourist hot spots, you can still find quiet villages where family-run tavernas serve authentic Greek fare. Savour a platter of thinly sliced Louzo pork, Kopanisti cheese, fresh bread and sweet olives, all washed down with a glass or two of the local wine.

Immerse yourself in the history of the region with a trip over to the tiny island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s full of wonderfully preserved archaeological treasures. Back on Mykonos, pay a visit to Lena’s House Museum, a perfectly restored 19th-century Mykonoian house that’ll transport you back to the island as it was before the cruise ships arrived.

Things you can’t miss in Mykonos, Greece
  • Visit the charming area of Little Venice with its colourful two-storey Venetian-style buildings that resemble the world-famous town in Italy.
  • Indulge in the endless gastronomic experiences on offer in Mykonos - the island’s wine and fresh produce are unique due to the volcanic soil.
  • Visit the capital city of Hora - you can lose yourself for hours in the enchanting streets lined with picture-perfect churches, restaurants and boutiques.

Our insider tips for Mykonos

“Mykonos is one of my favourite paradoxes: home to a world-renowned nightlife scene, you can also savour the slow Boho lifestyle here on this island paradise. Step out of the bustling towns and you'll find endless breathtaking natural beauty and sleepy whitewashed villages, just waiting to be discovered.”

Marcela Ayubi Travel Advisor
Marcela Ayubi

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Enhance your Mykonos stay

Your luxury onefinestay rental villa in Mykonos comes with a host of additional services, including wellness activities, sports and equipment hire, dinner reservations, a personal chef, childcare, car hire, entertainment, and celebratory decorations. Just ask your dedicated concierge for more details.
While weekly housekeeping for all our homes and most of our villas & chalets is complimentary, we can always arrange more if needed.

Additional housekeeping

Explore your dream destination with VIP car rental. Your dedicated concierge can arrange delivery of your rental car to your door on arrival.

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Essential Mykonos information

When to visit Mykonos


Please note: these are the average temperatures reported but can vary greatly due to weather conditions, such as heat waves etc. We kindly invite you to contact us for more information, including confirmation that your chosen villa has air conditioning, to ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to go

  • During spring: with fewer visitors to the island, the languid pace of life encourages you to stop and chat over a coffee and enjoy the ambient temperatures, which sit at around 18-23°C (64-73°F). The beaches are almost empty, and while not all of the clubs and bars are open yet, the sense of tranquillity is glorious. Take the opportunity to explore the alley of Chora without the usual hustle and bustle.

  • During summer: savour balmy temperatures on blissful beaches: summer in Mykonos is all about sun, sand and sea. The water temperature is on the rise to around 24°C (75°F) in July, putting water sports at the top of the agenda. While back on land, the restaurants, bars and clubs are bustling with sun-seekers and party lovers from all walks of life. During the warmer months, Mykonos sparkles with vibrancy, culture and charm.

  • During autumn: the autumn months bring a sense of peace back to the island, with most holidaymakers dispersing as the fresher weather arrives. During this period, the temperatures are similar to the spring averages, although the water temperature remains in the mid-20°C range right through until October. Autumn heralds the grape harvest on the island, the perfect opportunity to experience authentic island food and drink.

  • During winter: the winter in Mykonos is cool and calm, with temperatures ranging from a low of 11ۜ°C (52°F) to a high of 20°C (68°F). While some attractions may be closed over these months, life does go on and winter visitors will receive a warm welcome in the local restaurants and bistros. It’s a rare chance to stroll along empty beaches and watch the famous Mykonos sunsets in complete peace.

How to get there

Make the journey to your luxury Mykonos accommodation as memorable as the arrival. Your dedicated concierge can arrange transportation from the closest airport to your villa in Mykonos.

By plane

Mykonos airport is easy to get to and there are plenty of chartered flights daily from Athens. During the summer season, there are additional flights from neighbouring islands such as Crete, Santorini and Thessaloniki. The airport is suitable for private jets and helicopters. Your dedicated concierge will be able to arrange transfers or car hire to your luxury Mykonos villa.

By boat

Ferries and high-speed catamarans run every day from mainland Greece. Depending on the type of ferry you choose, you can spend a wonderful few hours cruising across the azure waves of the Aegean Sea. You can island-hop in the summer, but you will need to pre-book from mid-July onwards, during the high season.

Local tips

  • Be mindful of the infamous Meltemi wind, which locals refer to as a natural “air-conditioner.” Even in the warm summer period, it is worth packing a jumper in case of a cooler evening.
  • A rental car is advisable if you wish to explore the countless hidden coves, secret beaches and sleepy little villages scattered across the island. If travelling by taxi, make sure to have a bit of cash on hand to tip drivers.

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