Laid-back luxury near Mykonos Town
Agios Stefanos is situated on the west coast of the beautiful Greek island of Mykonos. Here you’ll find the traditional Mykonos blend of luxury with natural beauty and lively towns. Its golden sandy beach is the main attraction, with plenty of space to stretch out and crystal clear waters perfect for a cooling dip as well as water sports. Backing the sands you’ll find an excellent selection of restaurants, serving up delicious traditional Greek dishes, as well as international options.
This tranquil resort is full of whitewashed buildings, perfect for those wanting to immerse themselves in traditional Greek island life. Mykonos Town is just a 10-minute drive away and offers a further selection of shops, bars, and restaurants, as well as historic sights and beautiful whitewashed streets. If you want to explore there are plenty of little fishing villages nearby, while boat trips allow you to snorkel and sight-see, stopping off in little coves for a picnic. Those wanting to try something more energetic can wander along the hiking trails around the village or try water sports, including jet skiing, sailing, kayaking and lots more. When it comes to dining, there is a selection of excellent choices in the town itself, while upmarket Tourlos is also within easy reach.
Book your luxury holiday in Agios Stefanos with Sovereign and we’ll help you get the most from your time away. Our Trusted Advisers take the time to get to know you before recommending one of our carefully selected hotels. Book the Grace Mykonos for chic, elegant décor, stunning sea views, and plenty of options for couples.
The flight to Mykonos is around 3 hours 45 minutes from the UK.
Transfer time from Mykonos airport to Agios Stefanos is approximately 10 minutes.
Spring and autumn are ideal for sightseers in Mykonos, with daily sunshine and temperatures staying around the early 20s. For the best beach weather, however, expect the mercury to soar past 30°C throughout July and August, although Mykonos’ location means you get some tempering winds to take the edge off the heat.
Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Greece.
In Greece, a service charge will be included in the bill at restaurants and bars. Much like the UK, an additional tip is not required, although is appreciated for particularly good service. It is common to round off the amount when paying cash, particularly with wait staff and taxi drivers.
The official language of Greece is Greek. English is widely spoken, too, so getting by is easy.