Compare Cheap Flights to Mykonos, Greece
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Major Events and Festivals
Book cheap flights to Mykonos for January travel to witness Theofania. This celebration commemorates Christ’s baptism by John the Baptist. It begins with a procession of priests walking through the streets blessing the houses. The priests are followed by local Mykonos residents and the crowd moves to the port, where a large cross is tossed into the sea to consecrate the waters and bless the mariners. Tourists on flights to Mykonos that touch down during this festival may be amazed to see the number of locals dive into the freezing sea water in attempts to fetch the cross. Anyone travelling on Easter flights to Mykonos will be greeted with an incredible experience. Greek Orthodox Easter typically occurs seven days after traditional Easter and is one of the largest and most coveted celebrations in Greece. The residents of Mykonos rejoice in a big way. The combined traditions include the procession of the Epitaph, the rendition of the Resurrection of Christ, fireworks, and enormous Easter dinner with the village and concludes with the burning of Judas in the central square. The entire celebration is something every traveller on return flights to Mykonos will remember for a lifetime. Music and theatre lovers on flights to Mykonos in June can revel in the wild atmosphere of the Mykonos Summer Festival. The streets fill with live music, art exhibits, and street performers. Guests can also enjoy the huge open-air concerts put on by artists from all over the world. September travellers looking at an airfare to Mykonos can take part in colourful Harvest Festival. Celebrate the rich harvest and enjoy the changing autumn foliage ad you soak up the culture on this idyllic Greek island.
Booking an airfare to Mykonos is easy when you use Webjet. However, finding your way around the small island may be a little tricky if you’ve never been before. Mykonos is comprised of seven main neighbourhoods. Chora is located on the west coast of the island and is the main tourist hub. Many travellers make a beeline for Chora upon arrival at Mykonos Airport (JMK). It is worth noting that Chora may also be referred to as Mykonos Town. This area is home to most of the island’s accommodation, restaurants, and tourist attractions. Some major landmarks in Chora include the whitewashed Church of Panagia Paraportiani, the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, the Aegean Maritime Museum, and the Folk Art Museum. You’ll also find the windmills of Kato Mili here; these mills are one of the most popular must-sees for travellers on return flights to Mykonos. Kalafatis is a little more than 11 kilometres east of Chora and is home to some of the island’s most exclusive beach resorts. If you want incredible snorkelling and windsurfing excursions with your holiday flights to Mykonos, book your resort stay in Kalafatis. If you’re searching for cheap flights to Mykonos for the entire family, you may want to book a hotel in the Ornos areas. This family-friendly neighbourhood has calmer waters and is well-linked to boats that travel to other Cyclades islands and mainland Greece. You’ll find the party crowd in Ornos to be less rowdy than other areas in Mykonos, too. Platis Gialos is the area south of Ornos, and is where you’ll find posh resorts as well as a string of summer homes belonging to wealthy Greeks. The golden shores making up Psarou Beach is home to popular parties and wild nights. For the most spectacular views of Mykonos and Delos island, head to the westernmost point of the island at Agios Ioannis. While there isn’t much else to do in Agios Ioannis, the beaches are less crowded and the area is generally quieter than Chora. If seeing the Panagia Tourliani monastery is part of your flights to Mykonos itinerary, head to the Ano Mera area. Ano Mera is located in the centre of the island and is the only other ‘real’ town in Mykonos besides Chora. Tourlos is in the northern area of Mykonos’ western coast. Both of the island’s ports are located here and the area can be quite crowded when summer cruise ships dock.
Top Experiences For Visitors With Cheap Flights to Mykonos
Anyone booking cheap flights to Mykonos is in for a holiday full of intriguing history. Schedule an Ancient Delos Tour after confirming your return flights to Mykonos to unravel the myths and legends of the ancient Greeks. On a five-hour tour, you’ll visit monuments such as the Temple of Apollo, Sanctuary of Artemis, and the amphitheatre and surrounding old town. You’ll dive into history at the museum of Delos where you can see Archaic, Hellenistic, and Roman sculptures as well as a collection of pottery from an array of time periods. No matter if you’re looking for flights to Mykonos as a solo adventurer, romantic getaway, or family holiday, a day on the Aegean Sea can be perfect for everyone. Save money on cheap flights to Mykonos then arrange a catamaran day or sunset cruise for everyone in your travel party. Most tours have the option to sail to the south beaches of Mykonos or to the surrounding islands of Delos and Rhenia. The south beach tour takes you along the clear waters of the Aegean Sea toward the picturesque beaches. You’ll be served a traditional Greek meal while you relax and soak up the sun. On the Delos and Rhenia cruise, you will sail to the uninhabited island of Rhenia as well as the sacred island of Delos. Hear incredible tales of these beautiful islands that date back more than three thousand years. To get the most out of your time and tickets to Mykonos, arrange a private tour of the island. You will follow a knowledgeable guide into some of the island’s most iconic sites. Find out why each house is whitewashed or why the winding streets were purposely designed to confuse invaders. You may travel to the village of Ano Mera to see the Panagia Tourliani monastery, the windmills of Kato Mili, and Kalafatis Beach. Divers and adventure seekers on cheap flights to Mykonos will certainly enjoy the PADI Dive Centre adventures. Located on the Cyclades Province, you can arrange a scuba diving or snorkelling trip to explore the treasure trove of wonders in the Aegean Sea. You can dive to the famous shipwreck of Anna II, explore the cave systems in Tragonisi, or uncover what lives within the reefs in Kalo Livadi and Lia.