Another spot to catch the sunsets is the 180 degree bar (http://mykonoscastle.eu/), it is situated over looking the town , set out on the sight of the Panigirakis castle. It offers lounge chairs, sofa seating, chill out music and drinks in a picturesque setting with panoramic views of the town and is tailored to show off the breathtaking sunsets. It is a bit of a walk up the hill but there is a car park if you are driving and the enchanting setting is worth the trek and walking is good exercise after a day of lounging by the pool!
I felt that watching the sunset was as stunning here as it was in Santorini but judge for yourself on a visit to both
Enjoy Greek Oysters and clams. You'll be spoiled with plenty of oysters and clams all of them from Mykonos island and handpicked from local fishermen every morning. You will taste Ouzo and Tsipouro, the most famous spirits in Greece.
Located in a magnificent Mykonian house. Just 15 minutes from the Town of Mykonos. As soon as we are home, we will start the barbeque. You will learn how to grill the skewers, chop the veggies, make the ultimate tzatziki and finally how to wrap it. Also, we will drink some traditional wine and Greek spirits such as Ouzo and Tsipouro