What can one say about Mykonos? It’s not just an island… it’s a lifestyle must! I love it and I loved it even more during my stay at Rocabella Mykonos.
A fine art hotel located at Agios Stefanos, just a few minutes drive from Mykonos Chora. The warm welcome by the staff and a glass of champaign was the perfect way to begin my first day on the island.
My suite was on the highest floor and had a huge terrace with a private heated jacuzzi where I immediately got in to finish my champaign while I was enjoying the amazing view of the Aegean.
Suddenly there was a knock on my door. What a pleasant surprise… a massage in my room with aromatic oils. I spent the rest of my afternoon relaxing on the comfortable CocoMat bed.
Tip: Manebi espadrilles are perfect for Mykonos.
Later at night I had the classic night round at Chora. Hundreds of people walking around the beautiful streets full of boutique shops. I had dinner at Inyama. The latest entry at Mykonos fine restaurants. Don’t forget to try the Greek salad served in a completely different way. A Bellini cocktail at Queen was the perfect way to end the night.
The next morning I got down to the breakfast area next to the huge swimming pool. The awarded breakfast was so delicious that can actually keep you awake all night waiting for the next morning to come.
Time for tanning on the big pillows that you can take inside the swimming pool.
Later on I went to Panormos beach. One of the most beautiful beaches in Mykonos.
Tip: Get wet in style with Nikben swim trunk.
My next choice was JackieO’ at Paradise beach. Had lunch and stayed till afternoon to watch the famous shows.
Tip: Love the “Hey Macarena” Le Specs shades.
I couldn’t leave the island without visiting Monarch at Kalo Livadi beach and of course have an afternoon cocktail at Scarpa at Little Venice where you can enjoy a beautiful sunset. The sun goes down right in front of you making the scenery even more dramatic.