Mykonos is synonymous with exuberant nightlife, unforgettable parties and stunning clubs. However, for those looking to immerse themselves in local life, it is worth seeing twilight and experiencing a completely unique nightlife adventure: fishing. Far from the hustle and bustle of nightclubs, it's a magical experience that offers peace and relaxation, a key feature of traditional island life. Pearl of the Cyclades, its beaches stand out for their diversity: fishermen's beaches, coves, wild or with beach clubs and music, there is something for everyone. Wander through the narrow streets of the villages of Ano Mera or Mykonos and discover the Alefkandra quarter, the local Venice: your experience in the eternal Aegean Sea will be unforgettable!
Ancient Mykonos was established, according to historians and archeologists in the 11th century B.C. by the Ionians, an ancient Greek tribe. The history of Mykonos was closely intertwined with the neighbouring island of Delos, the religious centre of antiquity: Mykonos was one of the members, along with Athens, of the Delian League to counter Sparta. The glorious, long period of Delos' economic prosperity was also Mykonos' golden age, it eventually succumbing to anonymity after the decline of Delos.