Embrace the beauty of the sun diving into the Aegean sea while drinking a cocktail or a coffee, enjoying a romantic dinner or even dancing to the beats of the best international DJs.
Every year thousand of travelers visit Mykonos because the want to experience the night scene in combination with the islands majestic nature.
During the day the beach clubs are packed with tourist enjoying the cold turquoise waters and the golden sand. By night the bars in Mykonos town will guarantee a pleasant night out with delicious cocktails or drinks.
It has been attracting an international crowd like a magnet since the 1960s and voted a top summer holiday destination time and again for good reason: exceptional beaches, award-winning restaurants and bars, legendary parties, expensive yachts, dreamy villas, luxury hotels and 5-star service. You could be lounging on cushions outside a gorgeous little bar in one of the alleyways in town, surrounded by all that Cycladid style, or somewhere more extravagant. Either way, you’ll feel like a celebrity. Or perhaps you are a celebrity. It comes to the same thing in Mykonos.
If you’re in the Little Venice area of Mykonos at sunset, you really can’t go wrong. This is regarded as one of the best places on the island to watch the sun dip over the horizon. Widely regarded as one of the most romantic places on the island, Little Venice is also perfectly located so that there are multiple locations here to gaze at the setting sun. Spend some time wandering the streets so you can find the perfect spot and you won’t be disappointed!
Another prime location for watching the sunset on Mykonos is at the harbor in Mykonos Town. Get here a few hours in advance so that you can scope out the best location! There are even some cafes like Blu blu Mykonos cafe and tavernas that overlook the harbor, but you’ll need to get to them well in advance of the sunset so that you can be sure to have a prime spot.
When it comes to watching the sunset, few places are as good as the beaches that are on the western side of the island! Agios Iannis is one of those beaches and even though it is fairly small, you will be treated to a spectacular display as the light changes with the setting sun. You can also try viewing the sunset at Kapori Beach. Both of these beaches are gorgeous but not as popular as some of the other resort beaches on the island.
Mykonos has plenty of windmills sprinkled throughout the island, but you won’t want to miss the ones that are in a prime location for sunset! Checkout the windmills at the harbor of Alefkandra and also the windmills that are located on the hills of Chora. If you’re lucky, you can capture the sunset just as it’s illuminating these unique landmarks.
Castle Panigirakis has long been regarded as one of the best places to watch the sunset on all of Mykonos! Visitors flock to this site not just for the sunset, but also for their special events, such as destination weddings. We recomend to visit the amazing cocktail bar 180° Sunset Bar Mykonos.
This is actually a hotel that overlooks Mykonos Town and has one of the best views of the setting sun on the whole island. If you decide to stay here, be sure to request a room that faces the legendary sunset so that you can enjoy it every night!
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