Mykonos Soul


Where Cycladic architecture meets the international jet set and intense nightlife. Where the daily routine of the island inhabitants blends with the life of the rich and famous. The most famous island of the Aegean and one of the most popular destinations in the world. Mykonos.

For more than half a century, Mykonos has been the focus of the international jet set, having welcomed figures from Onassis, Callas, Marlon Brando and Grace Kelly, to Steven Spielberg, Monica Bellucci, Armani and Jean Paul Gaultier. More than half a century of cosmopolitan flair on an island that knows how to listen to its visitors, with talented inhabitants who are able to transform visitor needs into reality.

Boasting the incomparable, piercing light of the Cyclades, the air that invigorates and a people who strike the perfect balance between their daily routines and the needs of tourism, Mykonos creates a magical field that creates a unique equilibrium. Award-winning restaurants, famous fashion boutiques, gorgeous beaches, well-known beach bars with 5-star service. These are only some of the things that characterise Mykonos today, an island that began developing in the 1960’s to create a meeting point for the world’s rich and famous. But at the same time, Mykonos manages to maintain its own trademark as it encompasses traditional Greek hospitality and offers a variety of choices regarding entertainment, culture and gastronomy.


This is where the heart of the island beats strong; a stone’s throw from Chora but also in a wonderfully calm spot with views of Rhenia and Delos. Very close to the popular sandy beach of Agios Stefanos, and among other well-known hotels and restaurants, Mykonos Soul is ranked as one of the most iconic places on the island offering guests the opportunity to enjoy the island and the Cycladic sun, as well as the holiday relaxation of their dreams.

Distance from Mykonos Soul:

  • Agios Stefanos Beach: 5 minutes (on foot)
  • New Mykonos Port: 7 minutes (by car)
  • Airport: 13 minutes (by car)
  • Chora: 9 minutes (by car)