The small Greek island of Mykonos has become very popular to travelers the last few decades. In fact, it is the “new addition” in the list with the top 4 favorite destinations, competing with more traditional destinations like Ibiza, San Tropez and Monaco.
Let’s see what each or these destinations offer and why they attract so many tourists.
What tourists like most in Mykonos are its beautiful sandy beaches, the endless wild parties and the luxurious ambience of the island. A guest can admire the traditional cubic houses at the pedestrian center of Mykonos Town and visit some unique points of interest – like the Windmills, Little Venice, the Old Port or the Castle.
Mykonos has around 30 beaches that vary from very organized and crowded to the most secluded ones. Its most famous beaches are the 4 party beaches at the south: Paradise, Super Paradise, Psarou and Paraga.
The island’s luxurious way of living includes five star hotels, waterfront Mykonos Villas, some of the best gourmet restaurants and amazing concierge services. The best way to enjoy luxury in Mykonos is to rent a Mykonos Villa, a limousine with a driver and a private yacht. Use the concierge services to hire any staff you may need – such as a private chef, entertainers or spa therapists – or to book the best table in your favorite night club or restaurant.
All the lists of destinations for new travelers include Ibiza, the famous Balearic party island.
Whether you love it or hate it, Ibiza offers a world class nightlife that does not need many recommendations, with famous clubs such as Pacha, Space and Privilege, which are often voted among the best night clubs of the world.
On the other hand, Ibiza offers a lot of alternative activities for young people who are not interested in having fun until the early hours but are looking for a place to relax. It has become a top destination for yoga lovers and it’s easy to understand why, if you imagine you can relax your body and mind in one of the pristine beaches with the white sand.
When you are not dancing at the night clubs or practicing yoga, you can enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean and explore the seabed in the Las Salinas National Park.
3. San Tropez
What a traveler will see when first visiting San Tropez are a magnificent Mediterranean landscape with beautiful villages. Among other things it also has a harbor imprinted on so many films, and an emblematic beach of about five kilometers, which brings together Europe’s hottest beach bars. You would surely find art everywhere (from dozens of galleries to the sandy beaches). Apart from that, we also suggest that you discover original bar-restaurants with the most avant-garde nightlife concept, Hollywood stars and VIPs surrounded by the most beautiful, well-dressed crowds.
San Tropez has an intense nightlife with some of the most famous clubs like Les Caves du Roy, Vip Room and Papagayo. The five most famous restaurants are “L’Escale” in the harbor, with white sand on the floor, “Villa Romana”, with a special ambience and loud music after 10-11 pm, “Brasserie des Arts” at the well-known Ρlace de Lices, with nice bars and alternating DJs, the “Auberge des Maures”, with authentic Provencal cuisine and a beautiful garden, and “Le Grand Joseph”, one of the hottest places for years, with a nice atmosphere , nice food and dance music late at night.
Monaco is an independent state located on the Mediterranean coast. It is the most densely populated state in the world, while its area is occupied by luxurious residences, hotels, parks and public buildings.
Impressive villas, imposing hotels, gourmet restaurants and fine boutiques make up the aristocratic scenery of the little state in the French Riviera. It is one of the most elegant destinations in the world, distinguished for its natural beauty as well as its cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Monaco may have become famous for the renown Grand Prix held there every year as well as for the “Place du Casino” in Monte Carlo. However, it is also an ideal choice for a few days of vacations overlooking the Mediterranean. Its modern aesthetics, the blue of the sea and the lush gardens create a setting of relaxation and tranquility in Monte Carlo, the famous tourist resort of Monaco.
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