Cheap Holiday to Mykonos just £159 each

if you’re thinking of heading to Greece for your 2018 holidays then the islands don’t come prettier than Mykonos, chosen as location to some of the amazing beaches in the film “Mamma Mia” you will be blown away by the beautiful surroundings and stunning views.

Over at Groupon right now you can grab a trip with flights for as little as £159 each with various options available to choose from.

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Set around a kilometre away from the picturesque town of Mykonos, Olia Hotel boasts a blend of traditional architecture and minimalistic features. Guests can take in scenic views of the Aegean Sea while taking a dip in the hotel’s swimming pool, bask in the sun on the nearby beach, or explore nightlife options in the neighbouring Agios Stefanos when the sun goes down.

Overlooking the hotel’s garden, the air-conditioned rooms feature light colour schemes and en suite facilities. The rooms come complete with minifridges, satellite TVs, private bathrooms, and balconies or patios.

Contemporary Greek cuisine can be savoured at the on-site restaurant inviting guests for snacks and a la carte dishes. Thirsts can be quenched with a selection of wines and cocktails served at the bar.


The cosmopolitan Greek island of Mykonos is placed in the heart of the Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea, and is famous for its pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, colourful nightlife and cultural attractions. One of Greece’s most iconic islands, Mykonos also boasts a lively bar culture, juxtaposed with historic architecture and 365 churches. Travellers may take an evening stroll along the Kalafatis seafront, stopping for cocktails or a bite to eat in one of the many beachside bars, or visit the famous church of Panagia Paraportiani, whose hushed 17th century halls consist of five conjoined temples.

Further away, Mykonos Town beckons with a labyrinth of narrow streets that are lined with white-washed houses, boutiques, religious architecture and waterfront restaurants. Tourists may also observe the Mykonos historic windmills dotted around the island which were built in the 16th century by the Venetians and now serve as home to the locals. After dark, guests may slip in some dancing shoes and head to the island’s famous clubs and bars for late night partying by the sandy beaches.


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