Due to technological development, a time has come when you can work from practically anywhere in the world. More people today get the luxury of choosing how, when, and where they want to work, completely on their terms. Mykonos for digital nomads has become more and more popular throughout the years. Here’s why you should get out of the city and take your laptop to The Island of the Winds.

Out of All the Places in the World, Consider Living in Greece for a Few Weeks – Mykonos for Digital Nomads Is Great

When you’re living in the world as a nomad, and you’re always working remotely, you get to organize your life the way you want to. You can live anywhere you want, you can move to another country every month, and you get the opportunity to experience the world as not many people do. So, it all comes down to your preferences.

A lot of digital nomads could suffer from vitamin D deficiency as they’re constantly at home on their laptops. So, have you considered working from the beach? You could drink your frappe and enjoy the sound of the waves while you’re answering emails. If you like sunny weather year-round, why not move to the most beautiful Greek island – The Island of the Winds?

Woman working on her laptop while lying on a sunbed

Mykonos is the ideal place for a digital nomad

Greece Offers a Digital Nomad Visa (DNV)

Greece understands the importance and the fast growth of digital nomads all over the world. That’s why the Greek government has developed a program for digital nomads to get their remote work visa, so they can work from anywhere in Greece.

A classic tourist visa allows only a 90-day stay, but the DNV allows you to stay and do your remote job in the country of Greece for a period of up to twelve months. Once those twelve months are up, you can apply for a digital nomad residence permit that lasts for an additional twelve months and can be renewed. So, you could stay for a total of three years.

How Can a Digital Nomad Apply for a Visa?

Applying for a visa is quite easy. All you need is to make a trip to the nearest Greek embassy and pay a 75 euro fee. But for starters, you should know that there are some requirements for applying and that the DNV was meant only for non-EU residents. People who are EU citizens don’t require any kind of a special visa to work and live in Greece. Here are all the requirements you need to fulfill in order to apply:

  • You have to prove you’re a non-EU resident,
  • You will need to prove you’re a digital nomad that uses telecommunication technology for their job,
  • You will need to prove you have an employment contract with a foreign company, along with your proof of income, as you have to earn at least 3,500 euros a month to get the visa.

Once You’re Done With Your Work for the Day, You Can Go Out and Explore the Island

The most amazing part of working remotely from here is that you have endless opportunities once you close your laptop for the day. There are many fun things to do and countless beautiful attractions to see. You can take a walk around Chora and admire the gorgeous Greek architecture. You can try moussaka – the national dish of Greece, in one of the best restaurants, and you are guaranteed to fall in love with Greek cuisine once you try gyros.

If you’re feeling a bit adventurous by the end of the workday, you could rent a car and explore all the hidden gems the island has to offer. Another fun thing you could do if you get a few days off is to get a Mykonos yacht rental and visit all the beautiful Greek islands nearby. You could even bring your laptop along and do your job on the yacht while you’re cruising along the Aegean Sea.

Nomads Like to Have Some Fun at the End of Their Workday

Most people like to have some fun at night after a long, hard day at work, and so do nomads. Luckily, Mykonos is known for its crazy parties and legendary nightlife. So it’s the perfect place to be and go out on the weekend after a long week.

Mykonos at night

Mykonos nightlife is legendary

Cafe Guide: What Are Some Good Coffee Places Where You Can Concentrate on Your Work

If the Greek villas Mykonos has to offer aren’t letting you concentrate properly, you can always go out to grab a cup of coffee and take your laptop along. There are beautiful cafes behind every corner, especially in Chora, and they all have a great Wi-Fi signal because tourists and locals love doing their jobs with a great cup of coffee and an even better view. Here are some quiet coffee shops you could visit:

  • Cosmo cafe,
  • Blu Blu cafe,
  • Central Cafe,
  • El Burro Cafe.

You Can Reply to Your Emails Right From a Beach in Greece, Here’s a Guide to Some Calm Beaches

Even though it’s known as a party island, and most beaches are filled with crazy parties and loud music coming from the beach bars, there are also some quiet beaches that can be ideal places for you to do some work.

The best beaches on the island are secluded and calm, with gorgeous crystal-clear blue waters and golden sand. Who wouldn’t want to work in those conditions? The best quiet beach on the island is Agios Stefanos. It’s very popular among locals and remote workers catching up on their emails. Lia Beach, as well as Ftelia Beach, are also great if you need some peace and quiet.

Sunbed on a beach

Catch up on your emails while lying on a beach sunbed

What Better Place to Work From Than One of the Private Villas in Mykonos?

You couldn’t imagine a better work environment than a luxury Mykonos villa rental. It has everything anyone could possibly need for a successful day in “office” – a great Wi-Fi signal in a beautiful space, a gorgeous view of the Aegean Sea, a private pool to take a break in, and a Mykonos concierge that will be available to you at all times.

You and your friends could find Mykonos villas for rental that would suit all your needs and create a coworking paradise. Simply contact The Ace VIP and book one of our Mykonos luxury villas to secure the best office anyone could wish for.