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Why Fly to Mykonos?
One of the Cyclades, Mykonos is a vibrant Greek island offering stylish bars and boutiques, sun-kissed beaches and effervescent nightlife. It draws a cosmopolitan crowd and has a good selection of bars and nightspots. A pretty town with mazelike streets, whitewashed buildings and bursts of colour provided by bright clusters of bougainvillea adds to the island’s appeal. Package holidays and charter flights operate to Mykonos, so there are good flight deals from the UK.
Flying to Mykonos from the UK
Direct flights to Mykonos depart from London Gatwick. From other UK airports it is possible to get non-direct flights with one or more stops. One-stop flights via Athens depart from London Heathrow. The cheapest flight deals tend to be available on direct and one-stop services. From many other UK airports, including Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Belfast and Bristol it is possible to get two-stop flights to Mykonos. Direct flights from London Gatwick take four hours, non-direct flights are significantly longer depending on the number of stops.
Popular Flight Routes to Mykonos
Which Airlines Fly to Mykonos?
easyJet operates a non-stop four-hour service from London Gatwick. From London Heathrow there are one-stop flights with Aegean Airlines or Olympic Air, both stopping in Athens. Depending on stopover times, these take between six and 16 hours. Carriers including Aegean Airlines, Olympic Air, KLM, Air France and SAS offer two-stop flights from a number of UK airports.
Mini Travel Guide to Mykonos
Mykonos Town (Hora) is the island’s capital and is at the real heart of the action. It is a picturesque place with a warren of streets lined with shops, galleries, bars and restaurants. Boutiques sell designer brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Armani and each year the island draws a fashionable crowd of hedonistic sun-seekers and celebrities. White windmills sit above an appealing part of town known as Little Venice. Bars jostle for space along the seafront here and it is a popular place for a sundowner. The town has several museums including the Mykonos Archaeological Museum which houses a collection of finds including sculptures and ceramics from the sacred, neighbouring island of Delos. The island’s golden sand is another draw. There are beaches close to town, but some of the better ones can be reached by small boats which leave from Platys Gialos, which is about 6kms from town. Mykonos’s main beaches draw a cosmopolitan crowd and are places where people come to see and be seen.