One of the first things I always look up, when preparing for a trip to a more expensive destination like Mykonos, is where I can eat delicious food at a reasonable price. Whether you are at home or traveling, you always have to eat! But I’m not the kind of person that wants to spend 50€ on a 3-course dinner. In fact I almost never order a 3-course dinner either. Just a nice glass of wine, a main course and sometimes a dessert will do. Except if I didn’t make any plans that evening, then I can enjoy a more course dinner. Just to reward myself for spending another great day of exploring a new place. In Mykonos I found some very affordable places so keep reading if you want to know where to eat in Mykonos on a budget!
Mykonos is one of the most expensive destinations in the world regarding hotel prices. But that didn’t stop me from looking for a nice hotel with a beautiful pool on a great location. It took me a while browsing through all these luxurious hotels with infinity pools looking over the Aegean Sea. But I did find what I was looking for and it exceeded my expectations! So it is possible to stay in Mykonos on a budget!
Santorini on a budget almost sounds like an impossible thing to do. It is the last place you think about when traveling on a budget. Unlike the rest of Greece (except for Mykonos) it is a very expensive destination to stay at. Everyone dreams of staying at those cave hotels at Oia or Thira with their own private jacuzzis and caldeira views. But those are super expensive. If you don’t want to spend 500€ a night, it is still possible to stay in Santorini though…
So you want to travel, but you want to do it on a budget, solo or just the way you want it? Then booking a trip with a travel agency isn’t always ideal. They often offer fixed packages, don’t cover the (less touristic) places you want to visit, don’t take into account solo travelers and all-inclusive deals aren’t what you’re looking for, if you want to explore. If you do find an agency specialized in customized trips, it costs you a LOT of money. And it happens they don’t even want to help you, because you’re a solo traveler (true story). This means you’ll have to book and plan the trip yourself. But you have no idea how or you think it’s too much effort. If you recognize yourself in this, then continue reading!
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