When thinking about an ideal location for a babymoon, a party island probably is not the first thing that comes to your mind, but what if going to Mykonos when pregnant is actually a good idea? This island has a lot more to offer than just clubs, that’s why even families like to visit it. Just imagine you and your partner enjoying the most romantic sunset at the beach while sipping a non-alcoholic cocktail, sounds perfect, doesn’t it?
Pregnancy is not just one of the most special periods in a woman’s life – it is also the most delicate one too. Hormonal changes, new special needs, and mood swings must be considered when planning any kind of activity, especially during the hot summer months. Traveling isn’t forbidden, but different factors should be taken into consideration in order to have a safe and pleasant trip.
Mykonos can be a perfect destination for a babymoon in Greece because of its optimal temperatures, pleasant breeze, gorgeous beaches, relaxing atmosphere, and the fact that it is so small that you can see everything in 5 days. You should maybe try to avoid busy beach bars and loud nightclubs, but apart from that, everything around this place is perfectly suitable for any pregnant woman.
You can have a wonderful time if you’re vacationing here during your pregnancy. This trip is all about you and the baby, so feel free to chill by the beach while reading a book the whole day if you want. You can spend a day at some of the most wonderful Greek beaches around the island, such as:
These are quiet beaches with no loud music and parties, which might be just perfect for a couple who’s expecting a baby. Refresh yourself with some non-alcoholic drinks while tanning on a comfy sunbed, and don’t forget to use a lot of sun cream.
If walking tires you easily, the good news is that here everything is near, so you don’t have to walk a lot to explore everything this place has to offer. You can visit museums, galleries, churches or just walk around and admire the typical Cycladic architecture.
Many people travel all the way here just for parties or beaches, but there’s so much more than that. Shopping in Mykonos is great too, and you might even find some cute things for your baby.
Gender reveal parties are a major hit, but if you want to make a private one, with just you and your partner in a romantic location, you can record a short video of it as a memory you’ll cherish forever.
You can do it at the beach during the sunset, somewhere with a nice view, or in the garden of your private villa. You’ll take some fantastic photos as well, which will be the perfect way to share the big news with all of your friends and family.
A cool way to make your vacation more interesting is to go on one of the island hopping tours and visit the beautiful Santorini. This is one unique Mediterranean gem and if you’re coming from a faraway, staying on Mykonos is an amazing opportunity to visit Santorini as well.
You can catch a ferry every day, and the ride shouldn’t take you more than 3 hours which shouldn’t be very hard to handle even during pregnancy. However, if you’re struggling with nausea, consult your doctor before going on a boat ride.
If a ride to Santorini seems too long for you at the moment, there is a suitable replacement. A short trip to the island of Delos and exploring this famous archeological site. Just make sure you wear comfy shoes, bring a hat, sun cream, and a lot of water.
Another important thing to consider when planning your vacation is how you’ll be traveling. If you’re lucky, you can find a direct flight to Mykonos airport or fly to Athens and then take a ferry from there to the island.
No matter the case, if you’re traveling during late pregnancy, you should always consult with your doctor first. If he thinks that flying during this period takes any kind of risk, you should probably leave this vacation for the next summer.
Now that you know what to do and expect, the only thing left is to find your accommodation. Staying in busy hotels is not an ideal solution, especially if you have trouble sleeping or want to sleep early. During summer months popular hotels get overcrowded with tourists and most of them come here to party, so it might get loud at night.
Renting a private villa might be a much better solution – you’ll have more space, peace, privacy, and, most importantly, comfort. Renting a car is also a good way to get around the island. You probably want to avoid taking the bus or waiting for ages to catch a taxi. Having your private vehicle is amazing if you want to explore beaches and find your personal oasis where you can relax and listen to the sound of the waves while admiring this paradise on earth.