Coming from Mykonos International Airport
Arrive by plane into Mykonos airport or via ferry boat and you will be transported directly by our Estate Manager to Pelikanos. Mykonos airport is just 5 minutes drive, and the ferry is 10. Simply let us know your arrival details and everything will be arranged!
Our onsite Estate Manager will happily assist organizing every aspect of your stay at Pelikanos, from a prearrival grocery shop to taxis and the best restaurants. Simply let us know your preferences and we’ll make it happen!
Our top picks of restaurants in the region
Open-air restaurants and bars are found directly on the beaches of Mykonos with incredible views
and Mediterranean cuisine. You’ll always be meters away from the perfect place to relax, after a dip
in the ocean and some time in the sun! Some of our favourites include…
The idea for the Hippie Fish Restaurant was born out of the need to give Mykonos a unique dining
experience and offer something out of the ordinary, a “hippie” approach to authentic Greek and
international dishes, and a space where people can come to relax, enjoy the sun and sea, have a
great meal or dinner, a great cocktail and forget about the everyday worries of life. “Relax yourself,
admire nature, feel the tastes, be a part of the circle … embrace Life !”
Location: Ai Yanni Beach, 84600 Box 56 Mykonos, Greece
+30 22890 23547 | www.hippiefish-mykonos.com
Where the most western part of the town meets the sea is the area known as “Little Venice”. Here
the buildings have been constructed right on the sea’s edge with their balconies overhanging the
water. During the 16th and 17th century pirating was common and it is believed this area was used
for the necessary quick loading and unloading of goods.
Synonymous with legendary signature dishes such as Tiradito, Black Cod with Miso and New Style
Sashimi, chef Nobu’s restaurants revolutionized the image of Japanese cuisine in the Western
World, establishing a “New Style Japanese cuisine” colored with South American & Western
influences, in some of the most glamorous venues and locations throughout the world.
Opening Hours: 20:00 hrs – Midnight
Location: School of Fine Arts District, 84600, Mykonos, Greece
+30 22890 25122 | www.belvederehotel.com/dining-bars
A quintessential feature of Mykonos’ landscape and a symbol of a rich virile past, the windmills
are conspicuous by their snow-white color, spherical shape with the customary pointed roof
made of the finest variety of wood.
In the beautiful cave of Agia Anna, next to Kalafatis beach, you’ll find a restaurant-bar like no
other. Peacefully nestled on a natural platform on the rocks, hanging over the sea, Spilia (cave)
Seaside restaurant is one of the most iconic Mykonos hotspots
With a 30-year history and a recent makeover, this stunning all-day venue features dishes that
offer up an authentic Mediterranean-Mykonian culinary experience.
Location: Agia Anna Beach, Kalafatis, Ano Mera, 84600 Mykonos Island
+30 6949 449729 | www.spiliarestaurant.gr
Located above the dazzling turquoise waters of Super Paradise Bay, Jackie O’ Beach Club awaits
with an explosion of the senses. Sample delicious cocktails at the 360º Open Bar and let Priscilla
A family restaurant on Paraga beach that has been serving fresh seafood and local delicacies
since 1967, amazing food, great atmosphere and very reasonable prices
Opening Hours: Daily : 9am – 9pm
Location: C85X+J9 Platis Gialos, Mykonos, Greece
+30 69456 80489 | +30 22890 25264 | www.nikolas-taverna.com
Boats depart daily from Mykonos to neighbouring islands such Delos, Santorini, Ios and Laos.
Take an island hopping cruise and have lunch on a deserted beach, or try windsurfing, jet skis, and
endless watersports just minutes from Pelikanos.
Cavo Paradiso – The only nightclub you need to know about on Mykonos, this open air mega club
is renowned as one of the best party venues in Europe and beyond.
180° Sunset Bar – Wonderful music, spectacular colors of sunset, amazing cocktails, fine Greek
and international wines and champagnes. Panoramic experience in an idyllic setting.
Queen Of Mykonos – A quaint champagne and cocktail bar in the heart of Mykonos town that
spills out onto the streets, perfect for people watching while sipping exotic cocktails and soaking
in the cosmopolitan vibes.
Void – This futuristic multi-level nightclub argues it is the best nightclub in Mykonos town, with
many well-known DJ’s as well as big names gracing their stages.
Lohan Beach House – One of the newest beach clubs in Mykonos, Lohan’s Beach House promises
their entertainment is wild like the ocean.
Situated between Kavos and Paraga beach, a perfect place to gather under a shady canopy for
long, leisurely meals that can stretch on into the night surrounded by a stunning sunset and
live music. Organic, local, gourmet, predominantly vegetarian, it’s also a lifestyle-the kind that
resonates deeply with the notion of Scorpios as a communal domain.
Opening Hours: 07:00 – 22:00
Location: Paraga, 84600 Mykonos, Kikladhes, Greece
+30 22890 29250 | www.scorpiosmykonos.com
Mykonos beaches are renowned for their white golden sand and crystal clear waters. Many
beaches have tourist facilities with beach bars, restaurants and water sports centers,
although untouched natural beaches can also be found just a stone’s throw away from Karma
Pelikanos. Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach are two of the best beaches in the whole
Aside from Pelikanos’ luxurious facilities, a wealth of activities, sights, bars and restaurants are at
your fingertips. Onsite personal concierge will assist with your holiday plans, and in the meantime
here’s a taster of what awaits you on the island of Mykonos…
Day trip to Island of Delos
The island of Delos is just off the coast of Mykonos, near the centre of the Cyclades archipelago,
and is one of the most important mythological, historical, and archaeological sites in Greece.
The excavations in the island are among the most extensive in the Mediterranean; ongoing
work takes place under the direction of the French School at Athens. The small, rocky, dry
island of Delos was supposedly the birthplace of Apollo, and is thought to be in the middle of
all the other Cycladic islands.
Mykonos Catamaran Sailing
If you want to discover the coastal idylls of Mykonos without the crowds, this catamaran cruise
is the answer. With the help of your knowledgeable crew, you’ll find secluded coves, unspoiled
beaches, and archaeological sites around Mykonos. Select a private or semi-private option (with up
to 15 other people) when you book.
Lohan Beach House Aegean Sea
180° Sunset Bar
Mykonos, Greece Island of Delos, Greece
Mykonos Catamaran Sailing
Mykonos lies between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos. The island spans an area of 85.5 square
kilometres and rises to an elevation of 341 metres at its highest point. There are 10,134 inhabitants,
most of whom live in the largest town, Mykonos, which lies on the west coast. The town is also
known as Chora. The island is characterized by its picturesque town, its idyllic quarters and
beautiful coves. Apart from its natural beauties, Mykonos is mostly known for its exciting nightlife
in the capital and the surrounding endless beaches where parties last for days. The atmosphere
of Mykonos is unique for all crowds, ages and tastes. The world-famous facilities of Mykonos
coexist with the traditional and serene neighbourhoods and provide the fans of the island with a
rich diversity of scenery and daily images. The island offers countless small bars and nightclubs
in the capital but the most romantic spot you will find it in the famous quarter Little Venice. The
cosmopolitan island is also known for its large gay community and the famous parades that take
place in Mykonos every year.
It’s not called “paradise” for nothing: a beautiful sandy beach with warm, clear waters. Hippies
introduced nude bathing to Mykonos during the 1960s at this particular beach. Founded by
Freddys Daktylidis, this was the beginning of a culture, a movement that would introduce Paradise
Beach to the world. Access was quite difficult and only word of mouth could spread this passion
for music, sun and love. Every summer the number of Paradise-goers kept rising. Freddy’s son and
Paradise Beach owner Markos Daktylidis took his father’s legacy to new heights. The resort now
features multiple restaurants, bars and facilities with thousands of people from across the globe
coming every year. World-class DJs play to a massive crowd inside Paradise Beach Club, currently
ranked as #17 best club in the world.
Throughout the years, Super Paradise has made its name a synonym to Party in Mykonos. Packed
with clubbers, jet-setters, models and VIPs, do not get surprised if you spot a celebrity among the
crowd or dancing next to you.Super Paradise calls for fun in the sun amidst an eclectic crowd. Meet
a great mix of personalities and bodies enjoying the vibes of the Beach Club. Unwind in a relaxed
atmosphere early in the day and get yourselves ready to party as time passes by. The music gets
louder and the Beach Club becomes quite “the scene”. Whether dancing on the platforms or
enjoying a cocktail, find yourselves in the hottest Beach Club in Mykonos.
Situated in the greenest neighborhood of Chora, an outdoor cinema is tucked away among
oleander, olive, cypress, palm, pomegranate and pine trees, from where the local cicadas perform
their usual summer-long concerts. According to the British Independent newspaper, it ranks
among the most beautiful open-air cinemas in the world. Although it’s named after Manto
Mavrogenous, a heroine of the 1821 Greek Revolution, for locals the cinema’s location will always
be known as the Garden of Meletopoulos. Privately held until the middle of the last century, it
was donated to the municipality of Mykonos in 1957 by the lawyer, benefactor and founder of the
town’s public library Ioannis Meletopoulos. The cinema doesn’t restrict itself simply to showing
films. It also hosts exhibitions, book presentations, children’s theater and art workshops. It has
become a popular haunt for artists, a recreational area as well as a cultural focal point for locals
and tourists. Finally, don’t be surprised if you happen to catch a glimpse of the local pelican
pushing his way through without a ticket to nab a goldfish from the cistern. He has a little house
of his own in the garden.
Mykonos is a shopaholic’s wonderland, with trendy stores and boutiques galore and a mindboggling
variety of merchandise. But how can someone find their way to the right places, in a
town purposefully built to confuse and disorient all strangers? The answer is simple: Get lost!
The cobblestone paved streets of Mykonos Town are truly labyrinthine. Εvery Chora, as the
locals call the main towns on all the islands of the Aegean, was built on purpose in a completely
chaotic way, a defense against the bloodthirsty pirates of the post-Byzantine era: pillagers would
storm the town, invading from the port, only to find themselves lost, confused and ultimately
cornered in one of the countless dead-end pathways. Chora is a consumer’s wonderland, where
cute boutiques offer their sophisticated treasures right next to tourist shops filled to the brim
with “made in (insert name of any Far East country)” souvenirs. On the other side of the souvenir
shop, you’re likely to find a store representing a super-exclusive international brand, or a bakery,
or an art gallery, or maybe a ridiculously expensive (even for high-end travelers) jewelry shop,
or an entrance to an outlet that sells faucets and doorknobs. What’s even better is that you can
simply pretend that you’re not shopping at all, you’re just on a sightseeing stroll on a truly unique,
traditional Greek island.
Alley Bar is located in the heart of the island, in Chora Mykonos, just meters away from
Poseidon Hotel. This amazing cafe and cocktail bar is open all day long, offering relaxation and
entertainment under the sounds of lounge music. Enjoy a coffee or fresh juice and watch the
world go by or perhaps a refreshing cocktail is more your scene. The Mykonian Secret comes
Based on the hatha yoga (vinyasa breathing) system of Ashtanga, Sunset Vinyasa will be taught
at a beginning level, but modifications to intensify the asanas will be given. Simply jump into
your yoga garb and head up to Castle Panigirakis, a listed, post-industrial monument overlooking
Chora, at around 19:00. Up there, overlooking the town an instructor holds the most enjoyable
yoga sessions that are timed to get the most out of the sunset view, with support from Delos in
the distance, emanating its magical energy. If you prefer to salute the sun on the beach our Estate
Manager can happily arrange, with plenty more programmes available such as aerial yoga (which
involves being suspended in hammocks), wake-up yoga and various kinds of fitness activities,
such as cross-training and TRX, as well as the use of power bags, agility ladders, kettlebells,
medicine balls and more.
Rarity Gallery was established in the heart of Mykonos in 1994. The two curators Vassilis Matsaidonis
and Christos Nikolaou have dedicated their artistic mission to sharing ground-breaking contemporary
artists with the public. Spearheaded by their own personal knowledge and passion for art, their goal
is to offer an original and carefully curated aesthetic experience aimed at strengthening the public’s
appreciation for contemporary art, whilst honouring the artists, their exposure and their reputation.
Set within the impressive backdrop of an early 20th century Mykonian manor house, the gallery is
divided into five rooms each one following a distinct thematic narrative, whilst altogether remaining
in constant visual communication.
Discover the secrets of Mykonos’ cuisine on this enjoyable 6-hour cooking class. Travel to a
traditional farm estate and under the watchful eye of a culinary instructor, learn how to conjure
up delicious local recipes using fresh, seasonal ingredients. At the end of your lesson, savor
your creations for lunch or dinner with your fellow cooks, all washed down with local wine and
drinks. Classes can be taken in the daytime or evening, and you’ll learn how to make tsatziki and
spinach pie, stuffed peppers and tomatoes, beef with orzo and a selection of Mykonian Spiti’s