Mykonos: a shopper's paradise

Shopping is most definitely an important part of tourism as most shops are in centrally located streets and even if many brands can be found all over the world, the experience of visiting them in different cities is always unique. Bringing back home souvenirs or traditional pieces of the country is a nice way to hold on to the memory of a trip.

Mykonos is no different.  It may be well known for its amazing nightlife, mesmerizing beaches and exquisite restaurants, however, the exclusive shopping experience is a good enough reason to consider bringing fewer items, as filling up a suitcase won’t be a difficult task. The exclusive Greek brands that can be found on this posh island will take your breath away… Here are just a few that really caught our attention and we now simply adore!


Cosset is a furniture store like no other, that turns your house into a home.  The minimal design of the items can transform a simple space into a contemporary stylish atmosphere. The high quality of the pieces characterize the philosophy of the brand as they single out the best materials from all over the world and are able to shape such inspired interior & exterior creations. Your home will be furnished by art contributing to the joyous moments that a home brings each family.

Scorpios Bazaar

No introduction needed for Scorpios beach bar, as the captivating boho chic ambiance blends in sublimely with the natural rare beauty of the location. Scorpios Bazaar proudly adds to the exquisiteness of the beach bar, carrying handcrafted objects from various international brands. From Mexico to Northern Israel, the garments and jewelry pieces that can be found are blossoming in fashion capitals all over the world. Scorpios Bazaar is home to accessories and versatile collections that are designed with sensitivity creating a sense of spiritual awareness.

Jardin of Mykonos

Located in the center of Mykonos Town, Jardin of Mykonos offers luxury ResortWear promoting Greek and many International Designers.  It has turned into the ultimate shop where you will find the best beach cover up, leather sandals and beach bags. Just by browsing in the charming store you can easily envision and put together your next beach looks that can carry you until nighttime.

Dew Mykonos

Our favorite concept store in Mykonos owned by two friends who joined forces and created an original store that is defined by their common passion, fashion. The center stone is jewelry and it may seem unlikely but this 20sqm store can fit exclusive Greek and international beachwear lines, sunglasses, candles and of course El Jewels by Elina Kantza. Those are just a few of the selected little treasures that can be discovered, go to Dew Mykonos and uncover the rest.

Luisa Nammos

Nammos Beach Bar has turned Psarrou Beach into the party beach it is today. Gathering the most famous celebrities in the world and organizing the most exclusive parties, it is only logical that Nammos Beach Bar has a store where all the personas can go and take a break from the beach life. Carrying the most high-end international brands such as Jimmy Choo, Balmain and Valentino, you can easily leave with a few extra purchases. The display of the handbags and of the accessories are so carefully put together that you need to capture them!

George Koletsos is Co-Founder of Kudos Life Experiences. Kudos Life Experiences is a custom-designed private travel specialist to Greece, for the discerning and sophisticated traveler who is seeking to return to the authentic form of personal discovery and explore really life-enriching travel experiences.

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Comments (2)

  1. Naomi B says:

    You can’t bear shopping on holiday I find it’s the best kind of shopping. You always find amazing gifts and memories. Scorpios bazaar looks fantastic I love the spiritual edge to the clothing. Dew Mykonos looks great too really easy to shop and very chic. I a, already mentally shopping my way around the world. The question is what did you buy?

  2. Glenn says:

    Oh man, I had no idea there was shopping like this on the Greek islands. Guess I’ll have to let my wife know about this. We’re just getting to explore Europe more in our later years.

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