From novels that will take you on a journey through the stunning Greek Island of the Winds to thrilling reads about the adventures set in Mykonos, there is a plethora of choices for anyone and everyone. In our guide, you will find the best books about Mykonos that are not considered just casual reads one can toss aside but pieces that are worthy of placing on a bookshelf. Read our blog to find out about our top choices of works about this small place in the Cyclades.

#1 “Mykonos Muse” by Greek Photographer Lizy Manola

Do you want to get to know The Island of the Winds before booking one of the luxury villa rentals in Mykonos and traveling? The perfect way to do this is by reading “Mykonos Muse” by Lizy Manola, which captures the exciting culture and beauty of locals’ everyday life. It is a 300-page book published by Assouline Publisher in 2018.

It featured century-old stories about history and ancient mythology as well as details about the current Mykonian party scene. The stories are accompanied by pictures of the island’s landscapes, architecture, and vibrant lifestyle. You will realize why the island’s nickname is the “Ibiza of Greece.” If the book’s price is too high, consider getting a used book online that is in good condition online.

 Little Venice in Mykonos

Order the ideal coffee table book for your home and have something that will remind you of Mykonos every day

#2 “Mykonos: Portrait of a Vanished Era” by Robert A. McCabe – Be Free to Explore the Details of the Past Century

An extraordinary book about the social and cultural changes can be found in “Mykonos: Portrait of a Vanished Era” by Robert A. McCabe. Once again, it is a captivating photographic journey that transports the reader to the era of the popular 1960s and 1970s.

In the book, you will find a clear layout of the transformation of this small spot in the Aegean Sea from a traditional fishing village to a gorgeous tourist destination that attracts celebrities from all over the world, artists, businessmen, intellectuals, and free spirits. There are retellings of stories that provide the insightful historical context necessary for understanding the island’s evolution.

Praising Reader Reviews Suggest That This Book With Its Gorgeous Images Can Be a Great Accessory on the Trip to Greece

The “Mykonos: Portrait of a Vanished Era” is a highly praised work that is greatly appreciated for its gorgeous photographs by customer reviews online. Some readers even point out that the pages simply evoke the background chatter of the people and the smell of the sea.

We suggest taking this amazing work with you while strolling down Matogianni Street, taking pictures in Little Venice, and drinking wine in one of the most beautiful Greek vineyards in Ano Mera. Modern-day travelers can witness the transformation of the destination, compare changes and learn more about its recent history.

Women reading a book on a beach and talking

Track down the changes and steps of the locals from the past through this visual journey

#3 “Mykonos After Midnight” by Jeffrey Siger – In the Siger’s Fifth Series Entry a Crime Is Set in Mykonos

An exciting page-turner that you don’t want to put down, “Mykonos After Midnight” by Jeffrey Siger is for all who are eager to read a piece of fiction that incorporates info about The Island of the Winds. It’s a novel that comes after “Target: Tinos” in the Andreas Kaldis series.

This is a crime novel that is set in “Ibiza of Greece” and it has elements of romance, suspense, and adventure. As a reader, you will go investigating with inspector Andreas Kaldis who discovers inconsistencies in the murder of a wealthy club owner.

Through the lens of a police investigation, you will get to see how the tourist mecca functions during the summertime and what the life of the wealthiest in Greece looks like. The best part is that you will get to know the interesting details of the destination while trying to solve the murder yourself.

Read Without a Problem in the Perfect Place – A Mykonian Beach or One of the Luxury Mykonos Villas for Rent

A crime novel is best experienced while lounging on a Mykonian beach, such as:

Find a quiet spot by the Aegean Sea and indulge in one of the best Mykonos books about the thrilling adventures of Inspector Andreas Kaldis. If you need more peace and quiet, early mornings in one of the luxury villas in Mykonos are a perfect time to get to the bottom of a murder.

Once you have to leave one of the Mykonos luxury villas and go to one of the best restaurants or the exciting clubs, you will be more attuned to the Mykonian fabulous lifestyle after reading this novel.

Woman sitting on a beach and reading

For such an engaging story, you need to find the right spot to read it

#4 “The Ultimate Travel Guide to Mykonos, Greece” by Lenox Leigh – Not a Best-Seller but a Very Informative Travel Piece

The final book on our list is the absolute best read while you are on a plane flying or on a ferry from Athens to this destination. All the information about the vacation of your dreams is summarized in one place by Lenoz Leigh.

Here one can read about the places to stay, foods to try, and attractions to visit. There are numerous tips that will come in handy before arriving. So if you want to come to one of the luxury villas in Mykonos prepared for a great journey, order this guidebook online on the Amazon website.

An open book and a cup of coffee

Travel while learning new tips about an ideal stay in this stunning destination

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