All good things must come to an end, so they say! 🙁
On our final day in Mykonos, we decided to explore town once more and also, check out the infamous Paradise Beach. Firstly, Paradise Beach was very underwhelming and we were slightly disappointed. It is famous for its parties and I’m not into that so, yes, underwhelming it was!
On a brighter note, we found out there were local buses from Mykonos Town. This was so awesome as we spent only €1.50 for the bus fare from Mykonos town to Paradise beach. YES! Talk about savings!!!
We indulged in legit the best greek yoghurt known to mankind! We randomly came across Kayak, a greek yoghurt store and it was so worth it. It was so good and I absolutely recommend if you ever visit. We went there in the afternoon and re-visited at night! Yum! This was literally the highlight of the day!
For lunch, we visited the Nice ‘n’ Easy Cafe by the seaside and it is located right across the Windmills so you can get a view of that while you dine. The food was awesome and it was an all-around great experience. I give this 5 stars! I ordered the Seafood Spaghetti 😛
On our way back to the hotel, we came across the Rarity Gallery which is one of the top things to do in Mykonos! Don’t you just love unplanned sights? They are usually the best! It was as any other art gallery and oh my goodness, the wax figures seemed so real. I was taken aback! This activity was completely free and right in the middle of Mykonos town! Super convenient. This took us a total of 20 minutes to do as not a lot of artwork is on the site! They close late because we got there around 11pm.
Finally, for the final time, we had a different taste of the local street food, Gyro in a proper restaurant called Souvlaki Story. It was so yum and much better than Jimmy’s in my opinion! The portions are large and nicely priced too.
Thank you for visiting and following my Mykonos trip, it was an absolute swell time! I look forward to visiting other Greek Islands!
PS: If you have any questions, I am more than happy to answer them!
Love & Light,