BEAUTIFUL is the only way to describe it.
We stayed at the stunning Myconian Utopia Hotel & Spa where we spent most of our days just sun bathing, and taking in the views of the coastline from the gorgeous infinity pool.
We would then spend the evenings exploring the cute little cobbled streets and boutiques in the town centre.
I will be writing a separate post on the hotel next week, but for now, I will share some of my memories of Mykonos Town.
P.S. You have NO idea how I hard it was to stop myself from Instagramming the crap out of our Mykonos trip- I’m so excited to finally get round to sharing some images!
It’s ridiculous how gorgeous Mykonos Town is. The pictures just don’t do it justice. AT ALL.
As we walked through the streets, I was completely mesmerised by the whitewashed buildings, cobbled streets, the coastline, and the little doors.
Oh the doors!
I have so many pictures of Myconian doors! Maybe I should do a separate post on them…can you believe that even the doors were just stunning! Myconian doors totally crap all over my front door any day!
It does tend to get a tad bit windy in Mykonos Town-not too great for the hair!
So many little streets in this little town, we took a long walk, taking random turns, often accidentally ending up in resident’s front gardens- but they didn’t mind!
Look at the size of them! We had one of the best meals at Koursaros-it’s an open air restaurant, filled with tall trees and candles- the meal was incredible- THE best seafood I’ve ever had.
I did take some pictures of food, but often we were eating in candlelight, so those pics didn’t turn out great! Food was often variable in the town centre, but another great place where we ate at was Eva’s Garden- another cosy and seriously romantic restaurant- I did feel like we were on honeymoon again!
For this trip I invested in the selfie stick- best buy ever! Yes, we looked like idiots, however, we got some good selfies together without the double chin factor! – you know what I mean!
This is Little Venice, it’s right by the famous Windmills- I love this place, it’s lined by bars and the waves smash against the sides, often splashing on you as you walk along the edge. It really is the perfect place to watch the sunset with a couple of cocktails.
Every corner you take you are guaranteed to see an elegant church which glimmers in the sunlight. One thing I loved about the town was all of the shadows that fell beneath the buildings-I really was able to appreciate how light falls, and how it makes something look so different as the day goes on.
This front porch. I die. SERIOUS porch envy over here!
Mykonos, you are beautiful beyond words and any pictures…I will see you next year!