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Day or night, Mykonos offers travellers an intoxicating mix of old and new, wrapped together in an indelible spirit. Mykonos luxury villas do the same, creating enchanting experiences that are nothing short of magic.
Nestled in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is a part of the Cyclades islands in Greece. Originally a sleepy fishing village, Mykonos first gained its reputation for nightlife and daytime parties in the 20th century. As this reputation grew, so too did its international audience, giving birth to Mykonos luxury villas.
Today, Mykonos luxury villas stand out as among the very best in Greece. They combine classic Cycladic elements with contemporary sensibilities and sweeping views to create uncompromising experiences.
Renting a luxury villa in Mykonos is easy with Rental Escapes. First, find your travel dates and party size. From there, your Rental Escapes villa specialist will present you with the best available Mykonos luxury villas. After, your concierge customizes your trip, including transportation, excursions, tours, reservations, chef service, boat charters, and more.
Located along the island’s most coveted corners, luxury villas in Mykonos provide a serene escape from the island’s heady mix of high-profile beaches and world-class nightlife.
Mykonos luxury villas can be found in Agios Lazaros on the southwestern coast, by the famous Paradise Beach; Ornos, located by the picturesque Mykonos Town; Elia, one of the island’s most relaxing enclaves; and Kounopos, with its commanding hilltop views.
No matter where you choose, expect top-end amenities, 5-star service, and the style and sophistication that have made Mykonos such an enduring international destination.
On an island known for its sunny weather and endless indulgences, few luxuries compare to enjoying your own personal oasis. Mykonos villas with private pools let you do just that anytime you wish without having to jostle for space. They include:
Mariza: Carved into the hillside while conveniently located by Mykonos Town, Mariza is a chic, sophisticated villa that effortlessly blends the modern and the contemporary. Its infinity pool overlooks the Aegean to create some of the most stunning vistas you’ll find anywhere. And its pergola-covered dining area is where you’re sure to make some of your trip’s best memories.
Carmina: With views that extend all the way to Paros and Naxos, Carmina is an architectural marvel located by the famous Psarou Beach. The views are best taken in from the infinity pool or the heated jacuzzi while taking in the Aegean breeze. This is where you’ll experience some of the world’s most life-affirming sunsets.
Villa Poseidon: With a private path to the beach, a large outdoor lounging area, and 2 outdoor Jacuzzis, Villa Poseidon allows you to enjoy the best of the beautiful sea before you. It’s all centred around the gorgeous infinity pool, from which the sea seemingly emerges in an infinite azure.
While Mykonos is known for its rocking day clubs and night clubs, Mykonos Town offers a lovely contrast in the form of narrow streets and charming shops. Mykonos Town villas let you experience both sides of the island in style. They include:
Villa Marylin: Built in 2020, Villa Marilyn is located above Ftelia Beach. It offers breathtaking views of the Aegean, a large, private pool, and traditional Cycladic architecture. This 5-bedroom villa can also be divided into two, giving it increased flexibility for groups.
Maya: A stunningly romantic option, Villa Maya is a 2-bedroom villa looking out over Mykonos Town’s historic centre. Its two bedrooms are spread out over two floors to ensure privacy, with the top floor having its own in-room jacuzzi. It also features a private pool terrace surrounded by sun loungers, perfect for taking in the sunset.
Villa Templum: Another ideal 2-bedroom option, Villa Templum is located by both Mykonos Town and Psarou Beach. The Aegean vistas over its private infinity pool are suitably grand, and the villa features its own private dock and helipad, as well as a private path to the beach. A perfect choice for up to 4 guests.
From restored traditional homes to new, modernist constructions, this island is home to some truly one-of-a-kind rentals. Staying in one of these unique Mykonos villas can elevate your trip by providing an experience that is as distinct as this island’s indelible atmosphere. They include:
Villa Mariam: Combining a traditional Cycladic style with a privileged hilltop location, Villa Mariam displays style and luxury in a sleek, unpretentious way. It’s best exemplified by the outdoor living area, where the couches and beds emerge from the building itself, providing a cozy ambiance around the infinity pool.
Villa Neo: Perched atop the water in Aleomendra, Villa Neo is a recent construction that combines modern elegance with unobstructed sea views to create that special Mykonos magic. It’s laid out over three floors and features two master bedrooms, two open-plan kitchens, and seven bathrooms. It’s also two minutes away from a secluded, serene beach. A perfect choice for two families or groups travelling together.
Villa Danae: Villa Danae is loaded with unique features, including an outdoor granite bathtub and an adjoining hilltop chapel. It’s a totally unique experience best enjoyed from the outside, where scores of couches and daybeds, as well as a large pool and barbeque area, let you take in the stunning hilltop views.
Most visitors to Greece will have to present a valid passport upon entry. Because Greece is part of the Schengen area, your passport will only need to be presented once when you enter the area.
You can reach Mykonos by air. Travellers land at Mykonos Island National Airport (JMK), which is connected to major European cities and mainland airports in Greece, including Athens.
You can also reach Mykonos by ferry. Ferries depart from Piraeus (Athens), Rafina, and other islands like Santorini, Naxos, and Paros.
And if you really want to travel in style, consider a private boat charter, especially if you want to check out other islands as well.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can arrange airport transfers, ferry tickets, and boat charters.
Renting a car is a popular way to get around Mykonos. A car rental will allow you to really go off the beaten track and explore some of Mykonos’s more secluded beaches and villages.
Another great option is to rent an ATV. You can ride an ATV all across the island, and it will let you access some even harder-to-reach places. Scooter and moped rentals are also a popular and fun way to get around.
Taxis and private drivers can also take you all across the island.
Your concierge is happy to assist with any transportation, including private drivers, car rentals, ATV and scooter rentals, and more.
High season in Mykonos is the summer months from June to August. This is when the nightlife, day clubs, and general atmosphere are at their peak. It’s also when the water is warmest, making it a great time for swimming and water sports. For many, this will be the best time to visit Mykonos.
For others, shoulder season from April to May and September to October will be the best time to visit Mykonos. The weather’s still great but the crowds are thinner, and you can get great deals on Mykonos luxury villas.
Off-season from November to March sees much of the nightlife quiet down. That said, this is a good time to visit if you want a more intimate Mykonos experience.
Mykonos, also known as the “Island of the Winds” has a magic and a reputation unique among the Greek islands.
For one, it is home to electric nightlife and daytime parties. This is where you come to visit world-class clubs and listen to some of the best DJs, resulting in Greece’s best party scene.
Mykonos is also home to stunning landscapes, including beautiful Aegean beaches with Azure waters over sandy shores and a rugged coastline, as well as some of the world’s best sunsets.
Mykonos also offers charming Cycladic architecture, as well as its iconic windmills.
Lastly, Mykonos Town has a charm all its own, with narrow streets, warm hospitality, and plenty of art and culture.
Hit up Paradise and Super Paradise Beaches: Two of the most iconic beach scenes in the world, Paradise and Super Paradise are famous for their rocking beach clubs, beautiful people, and high-energy vibes. Of the two, Super Paradise is the chicer, less family-friendly option. Whichever you pick, don your best beach outfit and let loose.
Experience the nightlife: Mykonos comes alive once more come nightfall. It’s home to world-renowned clubs featuring international DJs, as well as more low-key lounges and bars to relax and get a drink. No matter your style, you’ll be sure to find a spot that fits.
Explore Mykonos Town: With its charming narrow streets, picturesque Little Venice, and its iconic windmills, Mykonos Town makes a quant refuge to explore. Take your time and stroll through the white-washed buildings adorned with bougainvillea.
Food in Mykonos is a fusion of traditional Greek dishes and international influences.
You can expect to find lots of classic Greek cuisine, including dishes like moussaka (layers of eggplant and minced meat), souvlaki (grilled skewers of meat), gyros (rotisserie meat wrapped in pita), and spanakopita (spinach pie).
You can also expect to find lots of Greek salads, with tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, and feta cheese drizzled with olive oil and oregano.
You’ll also find lots of fresh seafood, including fresh fish, calamari, octopus, and prawns.
You’ll also want to look out for places that use fresh, local ingredients like sun-ripened tomatoes, succulent olives, aromatic herbs, and high-quality olive oil.
For dessert, enjoy baklava (pastry with nuts and honey), loukoumades (honey-dipped dough balls), and galaktoboureko (custard-filled pastry).
And to drink, enjoy local red and white wines or some ouzo, an anise-flavoured spirit.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can arrange villa pre-stocking and chef service on any villa stay.
Mykonos benefits from a Mediterranean climate with warm, sunny summers and mild winters.
Spring sees warming temperatures and the landscapes begin to blossom, with the occasional rainfall. Average temperatures are 15-20°C (59-68°F) and average precipitation is 35-45 mm (1.4-1.8 in).
Summer sees consistent sunny days, warm water temperatures, and very little rainfall. Average temperatures are 24-28°C (75-82°F) and average precipitation is 5-10 mm (0.2-0.4 in).
Autumn still sees good weather, though temperatures gradually cool. Average temperatures are 19-24°C (66-75°F) and average precipitation is 35-45 mm (1.4-1.8 in).
Winter is the wettest and coolest time of the year, though the season is still milder than other destinations. Average temperatures are 10-15°C (50-59°F) and average precipitation is 75-85 mm (3-3.3 in).
If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of Greece, Rental Escapes can elevate your Mykonos villa rental into a true luxury experience.
Our portfolio includes the finest Mykonos luxury villas, including unique Mykonos villas, Mykonos Town villas, and Mykonos villas with pools.
Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate Mykonos villa experience.
Contact us today to book your next dream holiday!