15 Best Places To Travel in 2015: Mykonos … Because it’s recaptured its cachet as one of the world’s great gay island getaways

By @ 01/29/15 in Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Mykonos, Travel
A red-domed church in Mykonos, as seen in ManAboutWorld, the gay travel magazine

A red-domed church on stunning Mykonos, Greece

Every gay boy knows about Mykonos, which is probably why you don’t hear much about it. It’s almost a cliché to recommend it as a vacation spot. But while you were busy looking for the next gay island paradise, Mykonos evolved, shed its touristy, overexposed skin, and reinvented itself as an island that has only gotten better with age. A new wave of art, culture, and farm-to-table restaurants have swept the island, the clubs are better than ever, and the island itself is timeless beauty, still unmatched by any of those imitators out there.

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  1. The Mykonos island’s reputation as a gay haunt goes back decades when the place offered a liberal respite from Britain’s less than emancipated views of homosexuality in the 60’s and 70’s. Gay folks still flock to the tiny white paradise and, despite the influx of international pleasure seekers, it remains unspoilt and very gay friendly.
    The island of Mykonos is famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, its exciting nightlife, its picturesque Cycladic capital and its lively sandy beaches. You’ll find some great beaches and bays, many of which are clothing optional.

    Mykonos Town is the place where most gay traveller prefer to stay. It’s a place where cars are banned, is a maze of paved streets complete with stunning white-washed houses. We guarantee that the beauty of the town will dazzle you!

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