HOW TO GET HERE
From May to September you can fly directly to Mykonos from most European capitals, and if you have a stop-over in Athens the connecting flight to Mykonos only takes between 15 and 25 minutes. Another, perhaps even better option, is to hop on a two-hour ferry from Athens. Ship ahoy!
WHAT TO PACK
I never go anywhere without my gym gear. Aside from that all I need is sunscreen, a bunch of sunglasses, a bikini and a pair of noise-cancelling headphones. If I could only pack one thing, it would be a bikini. It’s really the only thing I need. Because when I’m on vacation, I'm on the beach all day, every day.
WHERE TO BEACH
I love Agios Sostis. It’s quiet, secluded and feels like a secret cove that only locals and regulars know of – far away from the popular beach clubs on the other side of Chora [the main town on the island].
WHERE TO EAT
When I’m in Greece I want to eat Greek food. I love souvlaki, gyros, feta cheese and all the fresh fruits and vegetables you can buy. There’s a tiny market in the harbour every morning. I love to go there to buy fresh fruit and eat it as a post-breakfast snack.
WHERE TO DANCE
I hate to admit this but I’m really not a party person. I know that Mykonos has a wild side but I come here to enjoy the silence.
HOW TO PONDER ABOUT LIFE
Go running! I jog from the town, to the water and wherever I end up. It helps me clear my mind, think things through, and make decisions.