Weather Averages for Mykonos in October
Averages for Mykonos in October
Mykonos cools down quite a bit in October, as the winter months are edging closer. Temperatures of up to 22°C are common during the daytime, but drop to as low as 15°C in the evening. You’ll still need plenty of suntan cream during the day, but don’t forget to pack a light jacket for the evening. There’s also a chance you’ll experience rain during your stay so be prepared and pack accordingly.
There are many beautiful things to see in Mykonos. Try and make time to see Kato Mili The Windmills). Don’t forget to take your camera because you’ll be in the midst of many fantastic photo opportunities. Stop by one of the nearby cafes for a drink and spot of lunch before heading off.
Although it may be a bit too cool to sunbathe, there’s nothing stopping you from putting on a wet suit and going diving. Dive Adventures is one of the most popular dive companies and offers very competitive prices starting from just €30 per dive.
Dive the clear waters of Mykonos.
The Aegean Maritime Museum is a wonderful place for the whole family. This interesting repository is where you’ll find detailed ship models, used maps, weathered coins and ancient artefacts. The museum is very small but the admission is cheap and it provides a unique view of Mykonos that most tourists miss out on.
If you’re looking for a lunch or a light dinner, be sure to head to Piccolo. This small cafe-restaurant offers a variety of freshly prepared salads, sandwiches and cakes which also make the perfect take-away dish for your flight home.
Greek salads freshly prepared by Piccolo, Mykonos.
Families and couples looking for a low cost holiday to Mykonos should consider Charissi Hotel. This three-star hotel is located a very short distance away from Mykonos Town and only a quick bus journey away from the nearest beach. There are several special offers and discounts available throughout the year so book in advance to get the best price.