Visit this Greek Island where you can relax by day and party into the night
Private Jet Charter to Mikonos
While Santorini is known as the quieter cousin of the Greek Islands, Mikonos is the fun older sister. While you can laze along gold-sand beaches that kiss the turquoise Aegean Sea, you can also hit the water by going boating, sailing or diving. Stroll along cobblestone streets past white-washed buildings or horseback ride up into the hilly countryside. Make sure to save your energy for the stylish nightlife in Mykonos Town, where you can dance all your cares away.Read more about private jet charter flights in Mikonos
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Mikonos jet charter informationOne of most popular destination for travelers to the group of Greek islands in the Aegean Sea known as the Cyclades, visitors to Mikonos enjoy a rather hedonistic lifestyle. With miles of sandy beaches and plenty of party spots, all inhibitions should be left at the door when you visit this beautiful Greek island.Several million travelers visit the 40-square-mile island every year, so this is one vacation you'll want to plan ahead of time to avoid the crowds. Peak tourist season in Mikonos occurs in July and August, with regularly hot weather. For a warm, comfortable climate without hordes of travelers, visit from May through June, or in post-season from September through October is recommended.
Things to Do in MikonosWhether you decide save your energy by day so you can party all night, there are still some sites you’ll want to experience when visiting Mikonos.Located in the western part of Mikonos Town, known as Chora by the locals, is Little Venice. A waterside district of pedestrian-only cobblestone roads and medieval, bougainvillea-covered houses known for their colorful balconies, you can enjoy picturesque sunsets, art galleries, and quiet cocktail lounges for an ideal romantic getaway.For the best sunset views near Chora, visit the 16th century windmills (Kato Milli), which are located just south of Little Venice. Used to grind grain, there are 16 windmills in total that sit atop a hill and look out to the sea.Located as part of the Upper Windmills is the Bonis Mill, which houses the Mykonos Agricultural Museum, which has a large collection of traditional agricultural tools.Chora is also the gateway to the island's best beaches. Hop on a caïque traditional fishing boat from town and enter the south coastal region, where you'll find beaches for all moods, from relaxing to party filled.Psarou Beach is popular with the locals for its tranquil atmosphere, created by clear blue waters, sun beds, and umbrellas. Nearby restaurants and cafés make it a great place to spend the day during your visit to Mikonos.If you prefer a wild time on the sand, visit Paradise Beach where the dance music gets loud and the parties are always popping. Camping on the beach is available, as well as rental water toys, including jet skis, water skis, pedal boats, banana boats, and more. Other popular activities include horseback riding and snorkeling.Greeks love to eat out, so you'll have no trouble finding a wide range of delicious restaurants to pique your palate.
How to Book Charter Flights to MikonosAllow Stratos Jets to arrange your Mikonos private jet charter, and experience for yourself the convenience and luxury of charter flight services. In addition to private flights, we can also handle your other travel requirements. Our full-service concierge provides in-flight catering with custom menus, ground transportation upon your arrival, private security and more.Your comfort and safety are always our top priorities at Stratos Jet Charters. Our private flight advisors know how to deliver the best jet aircraft for your trip at the most competitive jet charter prices available.
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Mikonos Jet Charter Airports
When you let Stratos Jet Charters arrange your Mikonos private plane, you will land at Mykonos International Airport (LGMK), which is located 2 miles away from Mikonos Town. The airport accepts connecting flights from Greece and other European countries. For those wanting to island hop, you can land at Athens International Airport (LGAV) and take the SeaJet, which is a five-hour trip with stops in Tinos and Syros. Located closer is Santorini International Airport (LGSR), where you can take the FlyingCat fast ferry, a 2.5 hour trip to Mikonos.
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