An Island For Foodies

When chartering a yacht to Mykonos, we would always recommend experiencing some of the exceptional culinary hotspots they have to offer. Mykonos is an Island that's always changing and evolving. Over the past decade, the island has grown from strength to strength with this year's top pick being Coya. A contemporary Peruvian restaurant with two Pisco bars and open air dining. Yamas!

If you are looking for something more traditional to Greece, head into Mykonos town and watch the sunset from Little Venice before enjoying the very best of Greek cuisine at Kalita or M Eating. If you're looking to take it one step further, try the tasting menu at Krama.

Night Owl or Early Riser

Whether you're chartering a yacht to Mykonos for the night-life or for the crystal clear morning swims the Island has it all. Take the tender from the yacht in the evening, indulge in some local greek cuisine and finish the night off in Void or, beat the morning sun with a run along the shoreline followed by some fresh fruit and a swim in the sea.

Mediterranean Weather

The best time to charter a yacht in Mykonos is in the summer months of July, August and September. Temperatures will consistently reach 30 degrees. Don't be fooled by the clear skies and scorching sun as there are strong north winds (meltemia) which will keep your body temperature down, especially in the evenings whilst onboard your luxury charter yacht.

Petros The Pelican

Fun Fact: In an island full of celebrities, the most famous and iconic traveller is a pelican. His name is Petros the Pelican who was wounded by a fisherman and was taken ashore to recover from his injuries. His social circles consisted of the Royal Families and celebrities alike including Jacqueline "Jackie" Lee Kennedy Onassis.