Upmarket beach resort
Psarou holidays take you to a beautiful golden bay along the south coast of Mykonos. The crystal clear waters off the coast are filled with luxury yachts, with rugged cliffs stretching up into the hills which are home to luxury hotels and villas. The beach is the perfect place to relax, with its picturesque surroundings and excellent beach bars where you can order drinks and refreshments right to your lounger.
Inside the town of Psarou itself you’ll find a selection of bars, restaurants, and upmarket clubs. It’s ideal for couples, with fine dining menus where you can select from delicious fresh seafood and some spectacular international options. If you prefer to explore further afield book a boat trip and enjoy the wind in your hair as you sail through the waves or take the 10 minute drive into Mykonos Town. Here you can make the most of the luxury boutiques, bars, and a further selection of restaurants.
Psarou is one of the most exclusive towns in Mykonos. There are plenty of opportunities to relax on the golden sandy beach, while being pampered from head to toe with lounger service, as well as enjoying the sailing trips. When it comes to the ultimate indulgence, most of the 5-star hotels in the resort have a spa where you can take in views as you unwind with a massage.
Book your luxury holiday in Psarou with Sovereign today and you can focus on relaxing, knowing you’re in safe hands. Each of the hotels we offer has been tried and tested, and all of our holidays come with selected airport lounges and private transfers as standard. Stay at the Grecotel Mykonos Blu for the bright blues and whites Greece is so well known for, as well as an infinity pool which overlooks the private beach.
The flight to Mykonos is around 3 hours 45 minutes from the UK.
Transfer time from Mykonos airport to Psarou is approximately 15 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.