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We offer our beautiful boat for daily or multi-day cruises with the option of renting with or without a master! Our motor boat can accommodate 8 people for daily cruises without a master (7 people if chartered with a master) and 4 people for overnight stays. It has 1 main cabin with 1 double bed, 1 bunk bed and 1 more mattress at the front of the boat that can accommodate 4 people. We can offer cruises to many destinations near Mykonos. Our goal for our customers to enjoy a beautiful cruise in the crystal clear blue waters of the Greek Sea. Our motor boat is very safe and offers the most luxurious services. Explore the wonderful Greek island of Mykonos with the safest yacht APREA MARE SMERALDO 8 made in Italy, a symbol of reliability and luxury! Mykonos, known as the Island of the Winds, is a wonderful island with wonderful beaches and a unique landscape of raw beauty worth discovering from the yacht. Do not miss the opportunity to take a selfie with one of its landmark windmills in the background. If you go rowing around the island, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the Mediterranean sun on remote beaches, away from the crowds that flock to the island in summer. You can also visit many nearby islands in the Cyclades, such as beautiful Tinos and picturesque Syros. Not far from Mykonos. Mykonos is one of the many beautiful islands of the Cyclades. The cosmopolitan Mykonos is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece and is high on the list of the most famous holiday destinations. It belongs to the island complex of the Cyclades and is chosen as a holiday destination by both foreign and Greek tourists. The capital of the island is Chora, where the famous area of Little Venice is located. The island of winds is known for its beautiful beaches but also for its intense nightlife. The nightlife of Mykonos is considered one of the most active in Europe. Among other things, Mykonos has important monuments, sights and archeological sites which you can visit to get to know the history of the place. Mykonos, apart from its intense nightlife, is an island with a rich history and several points of tourist interest. Perhaps the most famous monument that contributed to the growth of tourism is the archaeological site of Delos. The island of Delos located very close to Mykonos is one of the most important historical sites in Greece. Also, the archeological museum located in Delos is one of the most important in the country. Also explore the picturesque area of Little Venice with its colorful balconies and beautiful shops. It is worth visiting the Church of Paraportiani, which has a special architectural significance. It actually consists of 5 churches, where the four are the base and the fifth is essentially the dome of the church. Of course, if you are on the island of winds, the famous windmills will not go unnoticed. They impress visitors at first glance. At the beginning of the 20th century there were 10 windmills while now only seven of them are preserved. A visit to the naval museum of Mykonos will give you the opportunity to get to know the naval history and tradition of the island. It is also worth visiting the Monastery of Paleokastro which is a genuine example of the architecture of the monasteries of the Cyclades. During your vacation on the island you can visit some of the countless churches that exist on the island and admire their architecture. Agia Kyriaki, located in Chora, also houses the Municipal Library. Mykonos has beautiful beaches with clear blue waters, which is why it attracts thousands of tourists every year. The most impressive beaches are located on the south side of the island. The beach of Ai-Giannis is recommended for those who want peace and relaxation. You can also find sun loungers offered by various hotel complexes. Shortly after the church of Ai Giannis is the small beach of Kapari which has fine sand and the best view to the island of Delos. On the west side of the island are the beaches of Agios Stefanos and Houlakia which are famous for their exceptional beauty. Of course, there are also beaches that are close to the country. Megali Ammos is a beach suitable for water sports and is only 5 minutes away from Chora. A little further is Korfos beach which is also suitable for sports such as windsurfing. One of the busiest beaches is Ornos. There you will find many hotels and restaurants to choose from. The famous beach of Psarou, which was famous in the 80's, is 4 km from Chora and has all the facilities of an organized beach. In the surrounding area are the well-known beaches of Platys Gialos, Paraga, Paradise and Plintri, which are flooded every summer by celebrities from Greece and abroad. A more secluded beach for those who prefer peace is Agrari beach. The route to this beach may be difficult but its clear blue waters and sandy beach will compensate you. Also well-known beaches visited by many locals are Elia and Kalo Livadi. Definitely worth a swim on the blue flag awarded beach of Kalafatis. In the northern part of the island there are also some of the most beautiful beaches such as Ftelia, Agios Sostis and Panormos. There are other not so well known beaches to explore such as Merchia, Lia, Fokos and Mersini beach. Mykonos is famous for its nightlife not only in Greece but all over the world. For decades it has managed to hold the scepter of fun and luxury. On the island there are modern bars, especially in the area of Little Venice, where you can enjoy your drink while admiring the wonderful view of the sunset. Mykonos offers countless suggestions for night entertainment for all tastes and all ages. In Chora and other areas of the island are some of the most famous clubs and beach bars. Especially during the summer months, parties are organized with world-famous DJs. The traditional cuisine of Mykonos has been influenced by the people who lived there. Some of the local flavors that dominate the island are the famous Mykonian louza, which is a sausage made from pork back and the pepani kopanisti which is a type of local cheese. There are also a number of traditional cheese appetizers and the local sample that is worth trying. In the pies, which are made by the people of Mykonos, the first places are the onion pie and the gingerbread. Classic delicacies of the locals are various types of mushrooms in the pan, broad beans with lard, kale with lard and fennel meatballs. Of course, meat and fish are not missing from the tables of the people of Mykonos. The best meze according to the locals is the grilled skaros and then the patelides and the houhoulians. The island has a fairly good bus network. During the summer months itineraries are added for most beaches. Also, for transportation on the island you can use taxis as there are two squares, one in the central square of Chora and one at the starting point of buses in the area of Fabrica. Finally, you can rent a vehicle from the respective companies that you will find in Mykonos. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
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