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Part of the Cyclades chain of islands, Mykonos lies in the Aegean Sea to the east of mainland Greece. With an area of 33 square miles and a permanent population of around 10,000 people, Mykonos is not by any means the largest island around. But a number of factors have made it one of the most popular with tourists, not least its beaches and scenery.
Like many Mediterranean islands, Mykonos has a history that stretches back a long way. Colonized by Ionians from Athens in the 11th century BC, the island has been occupied by both the Roman and Byzantine empires, the Venetians, and the Ottomans. With limited space and agricultural resources, the islanders relied mainly on fishing to support themselves until recent times, when tourism became the island's main industry. With 300 days of sunshine a year, it's not hard to see why people come to Mykonos to have a good time.
Nowadays, Mykonos is one of Europe's most popular vacation destinations. Home to a variety of beach resorts, Mykonos is especially popular with LGBT travelers and is routinely considered one of the best gay beach destinations in the world.
Many of the island's visitors come to party. In the summer months, Mykonos can have 50,000 visitors at a time, making for a crowded but fun place to let your hair down. But beyond the bustling beaches and packed nightclubs, Mykonos still retains plenty of historic charm.
If you're looking to party, there are few better places than Super Paradise Beach club. Gay or straight, this legendary club is one of the island's best. Spend all day partying on the beach or dance the night away among hordes of other travelers looking for a good time.
For a completely different beach experience, head to the serene calm of Ftelia Beach. Known as one of the island's most tranquil beaches, the bright blue water and warm sand makes this the perfect place to relax. This beach is developed, so you will find chair and umbrella rentals and restaurants nearby.
See why Mykonos is known as the Island of Winds at the Mykonos windmills. Dating back to the 16th century, these windmills have been preserved to provide a glimpse into the industrial past of the island.
Explore the ancient past of the island at the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos. The artifacts here date back to the 25th century BC and tell the long story of the island's past through the physical traces left behind.
Shop 'til you drop on Matoyianni Street. This is the main shopping street of the town of Mykonos and is home to everything from luxury boutiques to local crafts and souvenirs.
Ktel operates the island's bus network and can take you to the main attractions of Mykonos. Bear in mind that these buses can be extremely crowded during the height of tourist season. Since the island is quite small, many people prefer to walk wherever possible.
Mykonos has an airport which is served by flights from Athens. Flights take approximately an hour and forty-five minutes to reach the island. From the airport, a bus can take you into town.
Many visitors to the island come by ferry from Piraeus, Athens' port. The high-speed ferry takes around two hours, while the conventional ferry takes six hours.
The small size of the island, coupled with its reliably excellent weather, make Mykonos an ideal place to explore on foot. The island's main town is a great place to wander, full of charming restaurants and bars. And the more mountainous backcountry of the island allows for plenty of hiking in between parties.
Make the trip easier on yourself by tracking down a Bounce luggage storage partner in Mykonos. Bounce allows you to store any size of bags for as long as you like, so you can leave your possessions behind and know they will be safe until you return.
Delos: Just off the coast of Mykonos, the island of Delos is a history lover's dream. Considered sacred by the ancient Greeks, the island remains one of the country's most important archaeological sites, with its temples, fountains, and monuments dating back thousands of years. To this day, the sacred island is uninhabited, but can be explored on a short boat trip from Mykonos. Drop off your bags at a convenient luggage storage so you can explore this unique destination unencumbered.
Little Venice: Enjoy outstanding Greek cuisine in the Little Venice district. This seaside neighborhood is home to dozens of tavernas, allowing you to experience traditional Greek hospitality and the excellent cuisine of the island. Find a table with a view of the tranquil blue ocean, and you can easily spend hours over a leisurely meal the way the locals do.
Kalafatis Beach: Get your adrenaline pumping at Kalafatis Beach. This is one of the island's premier locations for watersports, including diving, snorkeling, jet skiing, and other activities. The warm waters of the Meditteranean are the perfect place to try these activities for yourself. Leave your luggage at a Mykonos luggage storage shop so you can enjoy all this beach has to offer.
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The price for luggage storage in Mykonos is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Mykonos which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Delos, Windmills, Armenistis Lighthouse and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Mykonos.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Mykonos. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Mykonos where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Caesar's, Alemagou, and Souvlaki Story. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Mykonos are Hotel, Hotel Mykonos view, and Hotel Kastelakia Mykonos.
Mykonos offers several scenic parks including Plateia Eleutherias, Plateia Bidale, and Plateia Pheidiou.
You can find local tourist information at Map and Tourist Information Office.
If you're looking for a good museum in Mykonos, we recommend Folklore Museum of Mykonos, Folklore Museum, and Lena's House. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Mykonos's most popular historical attractions including Delos and monuments like Monument, Mnemeio eroon, or Boat. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Frankish Castle, Temple of Sangri, or Tower of Sanoudos.