Discovering the Gay Paradise, Mykonos

September 5, 2014

View of Mykonos

After arriving to Mykonos, we walked around the narrow white tiny streets of the island. There were lots of cool shops and restaurants. The buildings were all painted white and blue. Mykonos Greece

Streets of Mykonos Greece

Streets of Mykonos Greece

First Impressions of Mykonos Greece

Mykonos was very small. We quickly discovered the iconic landmark of Mykonos the three windmills on the side of the mountain.

View of Mykonos Greece

View of Mykonos Greece

You could pretty much see this from anywhere in the city. We sat down in Little Venice by the water at a place called Caprice and watched the sun set.

Little Venice in Mykonos Greece

Little Venice in Mykonos Greece

It was beautiful. We made some new friends from the States, surprisingly they were not gay. Everyone on the island were gay. I have no problem with gays, but there were not too many available guys for us. So it was refreshing to meet somebody who was actually slightly interested in me.

Sunset in Mykonos Greece

Sunset in Mykonos Greece

 Next morning we went to Super Paradise Beach and spent the day at Pinky Beach next to Super Paradise.

Beaches in Mykonos Greece

Beaches in Mykonos Greece

Next to Pinky Beach there was a nude beach. I saw way too many naked gay men that day. We had lunch at Jackie’O, the restaurant next door. Their beet salad and the meatballs were very tasty. The view from the restaurant was spectacular. The water was crystal clear and beautiful.

Clear Beaches of Mykonos

Clear Beaches of Mykonos

Super Paradise next door turned into a huge party in the afternoon. The music was pumping and everyone was dancing on the tables. Sexy gay boys were dancing everywhere in their little speedos.

In the evening we walked around the beautiful elegant white streets of Mykonos and we had a some delicious frozen yogurt. After dinner we went to the bar Jackie’O that the gay guys recommended us in our hotel. We quickly realized that the bar was super gay and we were the only straight people there so we headed home early.

Mykonos by the Day

Next morning we went to Nammos Beach which was a very civilized beach compared to Super Paradise the day before.

Nammos Beach in Mykonos

Nammos Beach in Mykonos

The guys were dressed up. The water was crystal clear and beautiful. The beach was packed with people. I spent the afternoon there laying in the sun. Later we hopped over to Tropicana Beach where they had the craziest day party I had seen in a very long time. The bar tender was wearing almost nothing.

Underdressed Bartender in Mykonos

Underdressed Bartender in Mykonos

People were dancing on the tables. The crowd was young and crazy.

Mykonos by Night

In the evening after a lovely dinner on the port, we went to the bar called The Queen on the streets of Mykonos and later we hit Caprice. The Queen had a great atmosphere. Many good-looking people were drinking on the street. After a few drinks, we went to Caprice in Little Venice. This tiny bar was accommodating way more people than its capacity. It was very dark inside, the music was fantastic and the cocktails were so tasty. I had so much fun! Finally this place was not as gay as everything else was in Mykonos. So, we had a great time on our last night in gay paradise island.

Next morning after a quick shopping tour around the town and another frozen yoghurt, we took the ferry to Pireus (Athens). It was a long ferry ride to reach the capital. We saw lots of islands along the way. We had a fantastic time on the Greek islands. This vacation was fabulous.

Beaches of Mykonos

Beaches of Mykonos

For hotel recommendations in Mykonos. Check out my post on Cavo Tagoo.

Cavo Tagoo in Mykonos

Cavo Tagoo in Mykonos

 

 

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About Barbara

Barbara is a London based luxury travel and lifestyle blogger. She started traveling through Paris, London, New York, Milan, Tokyo at the age of 17 to conquer the World as a model. Ever since, she has visited 67 countries. She writes about the most exclusive jet-set destinations such as Cannes, Venice Film Festivals, Monaco Grand Prix, Oscar Parties in LA, Fashion Weeks in Milan or Paris as well as yacht parties in St-Tropez, Miami Art Basel, Biennale in Venice, Frieze in London or the Royal Wedding in Monaco.

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