For my last post on Mykonos I wanted to share my remaining pictures and give a quick travel guide to this wonderful island.
We stayed at the Mykonos Ammos Hotel which was a short walk from Ornos beach. Now, if you read my blog you know I don’t write negative reviews, I just don’t write at all however I am never going to write something positive about somewhere that I didn’t truly like, it’s a waste of your time and mine, so here goes; I would not recommend a stay at this hotel to anyone. I’d advise you spend your hard earned money and stay anywhere else. The hotel and grounds itself are gorgeous but the service is the worst I have ever encountered and I don’t say that lightly. The staff were extremely rude and unhelpful. The room they put us in was extraordinarily noisy and in my opinion it isn’t worth the money we paid.
Eat & Drink
Have a dip in the sea and then lunch at Aperanto which overlooks Ornos Beach.
Have a romantic bite by the sea at Appagio (Highly recommended)
Chow down on some modern greek at Aleka’s.
Watch the sunset at the best spot in town at Caprice in Little Venice.
Have lunch at local favourite Peppers in the old town. The best Souvlaki in town, maybe even the world.
See & Do
Wander the tiny laneways of Chora (aka the old town). You’ll get lost but that won’t matter! You’ll find lots of little shops selling clothes and jewellery here too.
Catch the sunset from little Venice (pity the fool who came to Greece and doesn’t like sunsets).
Hire a car or scooter and drive all around the island.
If you can get mobile, use the opportunity to visit all the beaches – Psarou Beach, Agios Sostis Beach, Panormos Beach and Ornos Beach.
Bikini from ASOS.
My favourite maxi ever from Millie Mackintosh Collection.
I have developed a bit of a love for white nails.
Possibly the girliest dress in existence? From The Jetset Diaries.