Often dubbed the Ibiza of Greece, Mykonos is known for its beautiful beaches and white-washed little villages, but mostly for its vibrant and dynamic nightlife and beach parties. Join us on a tour of the best nightclubs where you can party all night long to the sounds of entertaining DJ sets.

Cavo Paradiso

One of the most famous clubs in Mykonos, Cavo Paradiso is located on Paradise Beach. A major player in the night scene, Cavo Paradiso annually invites the top EDM DJs, attracting thousands of people every summer. All the EDM lovers expect every year the announcement of its program in order to experience some amazing nights on this location. If you plan on visiting this mega open-air club, just make sure to book a table in advance to get in and avoid being squeezed in.

Super Paradise Beach Club

Super Paradise Beach is home to the Super Paradise Beach Club where parties start in the afternoon and last until the early hours of morning. An obligatory stop in Mykonos, Super Paradise Club is known for its spontaneous parties, so be aware that your sunshine-soaking session can suddenly turns into a wild party on the beach. Throughout the years, Super Paradise has made its name a synonym to Party in Mykonos. Packed with clubbers, jet-setters, models and VIPs, do not get surprised if you spot a celebrity among the crowd or dancing next to you.


Designed by the architect Dimitris Tsigos, VOID Mykonos combines the elegant element with the minimal style. For those who do not know it and that have visited Mykonos in the past, it is located at the location of the old Space NightClub. Of course it has a completely different look, more stylish, dominated by the characteristic of the Cycladic islands, which is the white stone. Dimitris Tsingos added that "VOID was created by a group of people who wanted to create something domestic and real! " Void is the new kid on the block. The club has already enticed many with its calendar filled with names such as Damian Lazarus, Black Coffee, Apollonia, and Art Department.


Founded in 1987, Astra remains one of the famous, and glamorous, nightlife destinations on the island of Mykonos, attracting the likes of Rolling Stone Keith Richards and fashion designers Dolce and Gabbana. This is the place to see and be seen on the island. The bar was founded by Babis Pasaoglou, a well‐known figure on the lively local party‐scene since the 1970s. Having opened a couple of highly successful bars, with Astra he decided to do something a little different, enlisting the help of friend and world‐renowned jeweller Minas. He created an intimate nightclub and bar, housed inside a simple Aegean‐style cottage, with white‐washed walls and blue shutters. Within the roof Minas installed a stunning fibre‐optic ceiling that mirrors the constellations of the northern hemisphere night sky, and pulses in time with the music. Outside, the terrace is decked out all in white and attracts a well‐heeled crowd who flock here from late afternoon until late into the night to sip champagne and eye up visiting celebs. In August it’s reservation only out here. Meanwhile the dance‐floor really gets going from midnight onwards, drawing in everyone from socialites and jet‐setters to those who simply want to party into the small hours to good music in great surroundings.


Known as one of the hottest party-spots on the Greek island of Mykonos, Nammos is less bar, more complete lifestyle destination, incorporating cocktail bar, restaurants, upscale boutiques and even a spa, all on the idyllic setting of Psarou Beach. The bar proper is a chilled‐out vision of white and taupe, opening directly onto the beach. Here the wealthy locals and international jetsetters relax as they sip a refreshing fruity cocktail or chilled flute of champagne, indulging in a spot of discreet people‐watching from behind their shades. Laidback by day, the energy rises as the evening progresses and the DJs up the volume and the tempo to get the crowd on their feet. A shisha smoking area next to the bar offers a variety of exotic flavors. Light snacks are also available at the bar but for something more substantial Nammos includes a selection of restaurants, ranging from fresh Mediterranean cuisine to sushi. For those arriving at the island by yacht (who wouldn’t, after all?), there’s an exclusive transfer service taking guests from deck to bar and back again. They’ll even deliver food directly to the yacht or organize parties onboard for visitors who want the Nammos experience without stepping ashore.

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