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CAR RENTAL IN MYKONOS, GREECE
The Cycladic chain is home to some of the most beautiful islands in the Aegean Sea, but few are more glorious than Mykonos. Situated between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos, Mykonos has been given the nickname of ‘the Island of the Winds’ because of its beautiful white windmills that adorn the main town. In the summer, the island is better known as ‘the Ibiza of Greece’, with a vibrant club scene that will keep partiers going for days on end. But, there’s more to Mykonos than nightlife and architecture. If you want to enjoy all the island has to show, car rental from CarGreece.gr is your number 1 choice.
Use our easy booking system, then pick up your CarGreece.gr rental at any one of our convenient locations – and don’t worry about cost, because we have a best price guarantee to ensure that you keep more spending money in your pockets. Once you're on the road, you’ll find no shortage of places to visit. This idyllic island has so much to offer, with a rich history dating back thousands of years. In line with classical mythology, Mykonos is certainly an island fit for the gods.
WHAT TO SEE IN MYKONOS
If Greek history and tradition takes your fancy, drive to one of the amazing historical sites on the island. Panagia Paraportiani (a church built gradually over the last six centuries) is a sight to behold, and a dream for any photographer. Enjoy your spiritual enlightenment, then take a tour of the Monastery of Panagia Tourliana in Ano Mera, Mykonos’ second largest village. The monastery’s marble fountain will have any traveller swooning. And, if you just can’t get enough of the rich religious history of this island, you can visit the all-
If you came to Mykonos to rest your brain, then don’t worry – just like the many other luxurious Greek islands, Mykonos has its fair share of stunning beaches. Head to the south beach for a vibrant party atmosphere: watersports, horseback riding, bars and restaurants will take up your day and night, but your rental car will get you back to the hotel long after the last bus has left. When you’re worn out, try the northern beaches for a sedentary, relaxing experience.
The heat in Mykonos can get to anyone after a while, so feel free to put a sun-
What you do on your visit to Mykonos is entirely up to you, whether it's lazing on a beach, jet-