Bathed in 300 days of sunshine each year, the weather is just one feature which draws visitors to the beautiful island of Mykonos year after year. One of the most cosmopolitan islands in the Cyclades, Mykonos is defined by its whitewashed, sugar cube houses which rise above the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea.
Known as ‘The Island of the Winds’, the windmills which are concentrated in the main town of Chora, are one of the most recognisable features in Mykonos. Head to Little Venice to visit the shops and galleries which now occupy the old houses and stay for a sundowner at one of the cafes, where islanders gather daily to watch the most sublime sunset.
A luxury villa in Mykonos guarantees privacy and space to relax, as well as a private pool which overlooks the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. With 13 bedrooms, the Kalafati Estate is ideal for gathering a group of friends or family together with enough space for everyone to relax. It is also within a few minutes’ walk of some of the best beaches and restaurants in Mykonos.