What are the $ 1 million holidays in Mykonos, where you will fly on a private plane, sleep in an ocean villa and cruise the seas in the yacht
The Paradise Estate in Mykonos offers panoramic sea view, 2 pools, a helipad and countless luxurious delights.
- The holidays of billionaires do not look exactly like your daily holidays.
- They include a private jet, helicopter ride and sailboat, as well as gourmet food and VIP treatment in a club.
- They are equal parts luxurious and adventurous.
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Day 1: Travelers arrive in Mykonos via a private plane and check in at their villa where they are welcomed with wine, fresh fruits, and complimentary first day pre-stocking.
After that, the options are countless. Staying in always a great option as what a better way to relax after a long trip other than an afternoon swim at the pool while marveling the sea view with a cocktail at hand? It can lead to an amazing BBQ night with palatable dishes, local tastes and unlimited consumption of drinks!
Day 2: Have you ever booked a table or a sunbed one month prior to your arrival? Well, this the usual (and highly recommended) strategy for Scorpios beach-bar-restaurant. Guests enjoy Mediterranean sunshine and food at Scorpios Beach Club, which serves organic food with sea views or dance in the rhythms of famous DJ at the venue’s famous sunset Sunday parties.
For their night in the heart of Mykonos Chora (Town), they dine at the beautiful Interni Mykonos, an outdoor dining room accessible by a secret passage that turns into a dance lounge at 2 a.m.
Day 3: In the morning, travelers can rent luxury vehicles for the day and drive them to Mykonos, where they can take Delos’ excursion to the holy island of Apollo and Artemis.
Then the driver can cruise ten minutes south to Ornos, where guests can make an effort to learn how to kitesurf.
But the day has just begun – the real fun starts with a night at Cavo Paradiso, a nightclub on a rocky bluff overlooking Paradise Beach. With oversized pool and super-disco, it hosts celebrities and well-known DJs.
Day 4: After partying all night long, guests can spend a relaxing morning with spa services offered at their villa. Enjoy deep tissue or aromatherapy sessions and treat yourself with face and body energy glow rituals.
Then, they can continue a relaxing day next to the beautiful pools of the Estate, which offer stunning views. While the pools offer spectacular views, nothing beats enjoying a twilight with a glass of wine from a private balcony.
It’s the perfect dinner at Ling Ling Hakkasan in Mykonos Town, which offers Michelin’s modern Cantonese food and a world classing.
Day 5: Travelers can enjoy a day trip from Mykonos to Athens via helicopter. Here, they can tour the historical monuments of the capital of Greece, including the Acropolis and the Parthenon Temple.
Day 6: Travelers can cruise in the Mediterranean waters through luxury yacht rentals with full yacht crew. Boats can stop at Paradise Beach for scuba diving at a diving resort of five stars.
For the last night, every road lead to Guzel. Located on the waterfront of Mykonos, overlooking the sunset, the Mykonian elite and a lively atmosphere.
Day 7: Guests can make one last trip, spending the morning exploring the unique beauty of Mykonos and enjoy one last lunch between local fashioners and a glitterati hot scene at Nammos in Psarou beach to close the end of the trip.