Vilotel creates personalized (tailor-made) vacations offering an exclusive group of luxury villas for rent in Greece’s most stylish holiday destinations.
At Vilotel, we set a standard of our very own and our promise is elegance, simplicity and supreme service.
A villa grants you privacy and freedom. You can experience the scenic beauty, distinctive culture and rich history of the destination more like a local. When you stay at one of Vilotel’s portfolio of luxury villas in Greece, the experience is special and unforgettable.
The Cyclades group of islands in Greece is well-known for its beauty and natural splendor. Resting almost in the heart of this complex is the Mykonos Island. When in Greece, you cannot miss out on renting one of our Mykonos luxury villas. Plan your stay in one of our holiday villas in Mykonos and get ready to experience ultimate relaxation and wonderful amenities. Our villas for rent feature private infinity swimming pools and sea-view terraces that will make you feel as if you’re in a luxury paradise. Moreover, each of the villas has been furnished to match the highest levels of elegance and sophistication. Our tailor made concierge services will surpass your expectations when taking care of your needs!
Mykonos is to Greece what Las Vegas is to the United States and Ibiza is to Spain : an electrifying party destination with several clubs and bars, some on the beach and others in the picturesque village of Chora.
Head out to a day party or save your energy for sunset parties that can get loud, wet and wild (make sure you spend some time at a beach club party that organizes amazing nighttime fireworks). There’s something for mixed and gay crowds alike (Mykonos happens to be one of the country’s most LGBT-friendly destinations).
The island is home to bustling, cosmopolitan beaches, sheltered family-friendly beaches, as well as secluded beaches. Some of the watersports and beach activities available include diving, speed boating, volleyball, windsurfing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, and jetskiing.
The architecture in Mykonos is Cycladic cubist – lots of white cube-shaped homes dotting the landscape, indistinguishable from one another. The exception is Chora, inspired by medieval architecture with narrow, winding streets and balconies projecting over the streets. Little Venice – which resembles the Italian city – is a major attraction. The neighborhood’s waterfront homes with their brightly painted balconies have served as a muse for artists over the years. Couples and photography enthusiasts make it a point to view the romantic sunsets over windmills here.
Mykonos island is best explored on a scooter. Don’t forget to check out the pelicans at the harbor and indulge in Greek cuisine at one of the island’s traditional family taverns.