Mykonos and the Winds of Change
By Harris Stamos, Mykonos Blogger

What is a must see and do in Mykonos in 2022?

Well the island has been changing slowly since the late 90s but the last decade the expansion has hit warp speed, with international hospitality brands such as Soho House, Bagatelle from St Tropez as well as many London club brands opening venues.

Some of the best parcels of land on the island are being sold or taken over by international money and companies along with ambitious Greek entrepreneurs.

It is great to see some of the main stays still in Mykonos for all to enjoy like Skandinavian Bar with its revamped courtyard a must visit, Caprice Bar Little Venice, also original Tavernas like Nicholas in Agia Anna since 1967 and Tassos at Paranga.

Some may say the locals have sold out and some have but not all - right now what was old is new!

In the 70s, a family started out in the bay of Plindri selling cans of drinks to celebrities and hippies from a small shack, later turning it into the heartbeat of Mykonos with a large pool where the who’s who came to party - Super Paradise!!  It went through many transformations but in 2022 the place is really Super!!

Millions of euros have gone into this summer wonderland and our exclusive photos say it all.

The best beach on the island with its pristine waters has gone up a level in sun lounges, food and decor and best of all it now boasts 'Paraj' - an up market restaurant, sophistication that has been missing along with its own sun lounges and service. Not to mention the world famous parties that happen here especially the Greek night every Sunday evening.

It’s time to experience the all new Super Paradise. See you there!

Mykonos and the Winds of Change

Mykonos and the Winds of Change

Harris Stamos, Mykonos Blogger: @insta harris_mykonoslife

For bookings and up coming DJ’s and events:


Super Paradise Beach Club

84600, Mykonos, Greece

+30 22890 26062

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This piece was written for Greek City Times by a Guest Contributor