Welcome to Mykonos!
Hat // Rag and Bone
Metallic Tattoo // FlashTattoos
Bracelet // Natali Nissim
This trip to one of Greece’s most popular tourist spots provided some great R&R time. I spent most of my days poolside, enjoying the breezy 70 degree weather, sipping on cold and creamy frappés!
I’d definitely recommend the Mykonos Grand, an amazing 5-star hotel located seaside at Ayios Yiannis beach. With waterfront views of the cerulean blue Mediterranean waters, the location was dreamy and peaceful. Easy walking access to the beach and a beautifully hilly location immersed you in the Mediterranean vibes.
Breakfast at the Mykonos Grand Hotel buffet with a view – what a way to start the day!! And, can you get any fresher honey than that?! A whole honeycomb was out on the buffet, dripping sweet honey to add to fruit, pastries and yogurt.
If you’re looking for a fun, beachside hangout, check out Nammo’s Mykonos. Pull up to the shore on your boat, slip some sandals on, and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere. This beach club is definitely a popular place for tourists and travelers!
One teaspoon cutoffs
Tory burch sandals
dior sunnies reflected
About as truly Mediterranean as it gets, we chowed down on fresh seafood, true Greek salads, gyros and more.
Some of my top restaurants in Mykonos:
- Remezzo is a fine dining restaurant specializing in seafood and cocktails. Located right on the water, it’s definitely a picturesque place.
- Souvlaki Story Mykonos is a great place with yummy fast-food type fare. Below, the Souvlaki platter – a must-try!
- Kiki’s Tavern is one of Mykonos’s hidden gems – so much as that they don’t even have electricity! Be prepared for long lines, but the food is SO worth it.
Remezzo’s array of appetizers above!
Fill up on the Souvlaki platter if you can’t decide on just one thing to eat – eat it all!
Traditional fare from Kiki’s Tavern – homemade bread. I could have eaten the entire basket!
Strolling among the city streets, I was met with many small shops and stores. These gorgeous icons were all hand-painted and sold by a local shopkeeper. Available in all shapes and sizes, these treasures are definitely great souvenirs to bring home.
A picture-perfect sunset in Mykonos was a perfect way to end the day.
Until next time, Mykonos!