The hilltop village of Tagoo is nestled on Mykonos’ west coast, overlooking the sparkling Aegean Sea and the main port of Mykonos. Quaint Tagoo is decidedly sleepy, with peaceful hotels, a few family-run restaurants and little else. It’s just 10 minutes from cosmopolitan Mykonos Town
, though, where there are gorgeous boutiques and an explosive nightlife scene to be found.
Holidays to Tagoo take place in the slow lane, with tanning and relaxing by day, and leisurely dinners and sunset drinks in the evenings. Mykonos’ coastline is peppered with bays and coves for sun worshippers, and there are stretches offering watersports and paragliding if you fancy upping the pace.
Culture vultures should head for island attractions like Mykonos’ Maritime Museum, the Church of Panagia Paraportiani, the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani and the Archaeology Museum. These hotspots will school you on the island’s history, and introduce you to some incredible ancient architecture.