Exploring Mykonos

Fancy getting a taste of the high life? I’m throwing open the doors to my private Oykos Island Escape – a got-to-be-seen-to-be-believed whitewashed villa in Mykonos – for four days and three nights of indulgent pampering.

Three lucky Oykos yoghurt fans (and their even luckier chosen guests), will join me on the sun-drenched Greek island of Mykonos, where you’ll find my secret hideaway, for some much-needed rest and relaxation.

Just picture the scene: delicious food, cocktails by the pool, even an indulgent massage – and even a visit from me, Peter Andre. Pure heaven!

This island is full of beautiful spots. Check out four places you need to visit in Mykonos below!

Peter x

Paradise Beach

Paradise by name, paradise by nature. This lively piece of coastline is one of the most famous and developed on the island, with restaurants, bars and beach clubs that attract a young and hip crowd and even a fair few celebs. And if it’s good enough for them…

Caprice Bar

Probably the most picturesque bar on the island, Caprice, where tangled vines climb the stonewalls and a cluster of tables overlooking the harbour, is the perfect place for a sundowner.

Hippie Fish

Locals rave about this charming beachfront restaurant. A Mykonos institution, located directly on the sandy shores of Agios Ioannis beach, the chefs at Hippie Fish are among the best on the island. Try the ‘keftedakia’ meatballs washed down with a passion fruit martini. Delicious.

The Windmills

No trip to Mykonos would be complete without visiting the island’s most famous sight. These iconic windmills date back to the 16th century.