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GREECE
Mykonos

The place to be.

According to mythology, the island of Mykonos is named after the grandson of Apollo, the God of light. Found at the heart of the Cyclades, Mykonos is the most cosmopolitan of the Greek islands. Celebrities, party lovers and families mingle together to celebrate summer and beauty on this gem of the Mediterranean sea, where never-ending sunny days and crystal-clear waters are guaranteed.
 

A beach
for everyone.

Mykonos unique diversity offers more than 20 sandy beaches, all truly remarkably beautiful suited for every need and crowd: from the top-serviced southern beach of Psarou - home to the world’s famous Nammos - to the northern secluded and pristine beach of Agios Sostis, Mykonos makes everyone happy, offering the perfect fit for any lifestyle and desire.
With clear turquoise waters as a constant, each beach has its unique appeal - this is one of the characteristics that distinguish Mykonos among all the Greek islands. One can sunbathe in a lavish setting, party throughout the day or simple enjoy the sun, the breeze and the sea in the less crowded bays - and all this is possible on a 80 square kilometre island!

Glamorous nights.

You can stroll around Hòra – Mykonos capital town – and get pleasantly lost in a maze of little narrow marble streets, whitewashed houses with colorful doors, bougainvillea trees and hidden churches. “Little Venice”, an 18th century seaside district, is at the heart of town and a must for a romantic sunset cocktail. Mykonos nightlife is as glamorous as it can get, with many internationally renowned restaurants and cool bars open from sunset to dawn. If you love dancing and partying, Mykonos offers the widest variety of clubs, bars and seaside taverns in Greece, where you can spend one of the craziest and fun nights of your life.
 

At easy reach.

Mykonos is one of the best-served destinations in Europe; the easiest way to reach the island is by direct flights, since its small but very busy international airport handles many private and commercial flights from most of European cities, as well as frequent daily domestic flights from Athens. Daily connections by sea from Athens or other islands of the Cyclades archipelago are provided too by modern and high-speed ferries.

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GREECE
Paros

A world apart.

The islands of Paros and its small sister of Antiparos are a true "world apart" found in the Cycladic archipelago.  A perfect hideaway for a relaxing yet bubbly family holiday. Enriched with lush Mediterranean vegetation and beautiful sandy beaches, the islands hide many treasures to discover, tuned within the local traditions, warm hospitality and a laid-back atmosphere.
 

Active or lazy,
the choice is yours.

Paros and Antiparos offer multiple options for the day:  a lazy day at the beach surrounded by traditional tavernas or perhaps to the more secluded sandy coves only known by few. The islands are also famous for the excellent kite-surf locations, home to the most sporty visitors. A paradise that can also to be discovered by sea with private yacht daily excursion, to the neighbouring turquoise waters of Despotiko.
The day usually ends with a fine cocktail and the famous Naoussa sunset accompanied by cool and relaxed vibes.
 

Tender is the night.

Aside from a few hand-picked, intimate restaurants in the main town of Parikia, nightlife on Paros is concentrated in the little fishing village of Naoussa, incredibly charming with plenty of excellent dinner venues, bar and cafès. Most of the restaurants are located on the seafront - right on the old harbour - some of them in original fisherman’s storage areas, duly renovated while preserving the picturesque quality of the village. Some might be looking for loud music and crazy dancing, but the best way to spend the evening in Paros is to look a the starry sky, possibly with the perfect company, a signature drink and the sound of the waves rolling in in the background.
Yes, in Paros the nights are tender!

At easy reach.

Paros recently opened a new International Airport capable of handling direct flights from all over Europe; however, the most common way to reach the island is still by domestic flights from Athens or with daily connections by sea from Athens and Mykonos. Antiparos, which is a very small island with no airport, can only be reached by car via a small ferry service from Paros, by private helicopter or yacht transfer.

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SPAIN
Formentera

A place to remember.

The smallest of the Balearic Islands, Formentera is a natural paradise: pristine turquoise waters, long white-sanded beaches and lush native vegetation make this island unique in the world and a place to remember forever. The Spanish culture, the local cuisine along with the Italian-influenced “dolce vita” atmosphere, complement the perfect picture.

The last paradise
of the Med sea.

Formentera has been able to combine tourism with environmental protection: beaches are long, creamy white and clean, the water is perfectly transparent with tones of striking blue and turquoise. There is literally no way to go wrong when choosing a  beach on the island, be it on the northern tip or any spot on the extensive southern coast and it's famous KM posts. A trip to the lighthouse of Cap de Barbaria is a must if you're looking for a deeper connection with the laid-back atmosphere of the island and it marvelous sea thanks to its elevated extensive views all the way to Es Vedra.

Chiringuito Nights.

Nights are soft and quiet and lazy in Formentera. Food is wonderful in its simplicity. Throw on a tunic or a shirt and head for one of the many chiringuitos, the beachside bars that are an institution on the island. And keep it simple: have a few drinks, listen to some music, have a chat with your friends, contemplate the sky. At the same time don’t forget to try dining in one of the island’s three main villages, each with its own secret gems that combine Spanish, Italian and international cuisine. Absorb the incredible vibe of this incredible island. You’ll go back home with an enlightened spirit, plenty of new ideas, a wonderful disposition towards other people.

Sail over in a carefree fashion.

As a relatively small island Formentera doesn’t have its own international airport. The best way to reach it is via ferry, departing several times throughout the day from Ibiza Town’s harbour. Speaking of Ibiza, reaching this island is nowadays easily done even blindfolded - the modern airport welcomes direct flights from most main cities in Europe on a daily basis.

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SPAIN
Ibiza

A world to discover.

The island is recognised worldwide for its nightlife scene and its extensive back to back events from May well into October with the globe’s top names crunching decibels night after night, day after day in its famed clubs. Classics like Amnesia or Pacha date all the way back to the seventies and over the years have been joined by an array of top-tier clubs. Adding on to this extravagance are a multitude of fine-dining venues in some cases directly tied-in to the ever present musical side of the island. Ibiza is the often imitated ruler of summer nightlife.
 

Island clubbing
was born here.

The island is recognised worldwide for its nightlife scene and its extensive back to back events from May well into October with the globe’s top names crunching decibels night after night, day after day in its famed clubs. Classics like Amnesia or Pacha date all the way back to the seventies and over the years have been joined by an array of top-tier clubs. Adding on to this extravagance are a multitude of fine-dining venues in some cases directly tied-in to the ever present musical side of the island. Ibiza is the often imitated ruler of summer nightlife.

Nature and seclusion.

There’s more than one Ibiza. The unknown Ibiza is a place of unspoiled beauty and undeveloped countryside, driving along hilly roads lined with pine forests, olive trees and fields of sienna-colored soil, discovering beautiful  mediaeval villages and finally reaching secluded coves and secret bays. Reported to be the birthplace of Christopher Colombus Ibiza also boasts the remains of early Phoenician settlements. Because of this, the island is largely protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

Broad continental access.

Ibiza has one of the most efficient and modern airports among the Mediterranean islands with both commercial and private flights from the main cities across Europe. For those already on Spanish grounds before heading here, direct flights are of course available on a daily basis from Madrid and Barcellona.

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