A luxury stay in the heart of Mykonos city

Built with a stunning view of the Aegean Sea and the famous Windmills, Epic Mykonos is located within a walking distance from some of the most remarkable island landmarks and a few kilometers away from the most attractive beaches.


  • Megali Ammos beach 150m
  • Fabrica square 200m
  • Mykonos city Windmills 500m
  • Little Venice 700m
  • Aegean Maritime Museum 700m
  • Korfos beach 750m
  • Archaeological Museum 1km
  • Mykonos Old Port 1.2km
  • Psarrou beach 3,6km
  • Platis Gialos beach 3.9km
  • Paraga beach 5.3km
  • Ornos village 3 km

Where the captivating scenery and the crystal blue waters of the mesmerizing beaches meet the cosmopolitan lifestyle and vibrant nightlife.

Mykonos combines, in a perfect balance, both relaxation and adventure. The cuisine of the island is known for its gastronomic surprises, as it infuses tradition and modernity, always based on fresh and organic products. Whether you want to go shopping, have a beauty treatment, or explore the blue horizon on a yachting cruise, everything is possible in Mykonos!

Megali Ammos beach

Megali Ammos is the closest beach to Mykonos town. Its name literally means large sand and it is usually a quiet beach, where you can relax or just take a walk along the shore. You can also find a small traditional tavern just a few steps from the seashore where you can try some Greek “meze”, meaning small snacks and delicacies that accompany your drinks.


The windmills are a defining feature of Mykonos, also known as the “island of the winds”. The most famous windmills of the island are located in Mykonos Town, in Greek called “Kato Mili” in “Chora”. They stand in a row on a hill, overlooking the sea. They were built by Venetians in the 16th century and are now a very popular Instagram hotspot. In fact, many Mykonean windmills have been restored and are currently used as homes by locals.

Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is one of the oldest museums in Greece. It was built in 1905 to house the findings from the Putrefaction Pit of 425/426 BC, discovered in 1898 on the islet of Rheneia. Its collections include exhibits dating from the Prehistoric to the Hellenistic period.

Our staff will be more than happy to provide further information and assist you in booking transportation to any destination.
Despotika, 84600
Mykonos, Greece
(0030) 6970478799