Out are the days of the frenzied, packed parties where mingling with a bunch of strangers was the order of business. In are easy living moments with one’s hand picked few, against textbook Cycladic settings: Contrary to popular belief, the island of the winds is so much more than its boogie nights.... Read full post
People from all corners of the planet are drawn to Mykonos for its distinct mixture of glamour and fun. Most visitors however know next to nothing about its history, culture and legends.
Why be one of them? So If you’re planning your holidays at the San Marco hotel & sea view luxury villas... Read full post
Fact is that Greeks have at least 20 words for merrymaking, noisy festivities, general liveliness and ensuing chaos. “Fasaria” is such an example, “vavoura” is another. Both though, come with undercurrents of aggravation and annoyance. Mykonos in Autumn is free of all this – no “vavoura”,... Read full post
Dedicated to Dionysus, god of joy and wine, September in Mykonos elevates fun into unprecedented heights. Opt to stay at the San Marco Mykonos luxury hotel & villas and get the most out of your early autumn visit.
September signifies the end of the summer and the return to school or office... Read full post
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Enjoy thought provoking art and culture at the Biennale while reveling in your stay at a premium boutique hotel in Mykonos
From Picasso, to Onassis, the island of the winds has always attracted an eclectic mix of all sorts of (interesting) people:... Read full post
Holidays are all about pleasure. In all forms, shapes and sizes. Those of the palate notwithstanding (or perhaps more specifically, especially those!).
Synonymous with luxury, opulence, sophistication and the art of good living, Mykonos is undoubtedly the quintessential party paradise of... Read full post
“Unless you have seen the houses of Mykonos, you can’t pretend to be an architect... Whatever architecture had to say, it is said here”, Le Corbusier, the renowned representative of the Modern movement and one of the most influential architects of all times, said when he visited the Cyclades in... Read full post