#RadarList: 5 Spectacular Sundowner Spots in Mykonos, Greece

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Among a few good news received this year, Greece opening for tourism is one of them. And for those who are hunting for the best attractions and restaurants to plan the perfect itinerary, here is our list of stunning bars and restaurants perfect for sundowners and sunsets in Mykonos. They will surely perk up your evenings in Greece.

Negrita Mykonos

When life gives you sunsets, saunter over to Negrita Mykonos, Greece for mean sundowners, good view and vibes. It’s also a perfect date night spot if you’re planning to take a special someone out. Here, reservation is highly recommended since the seafront bar gets booked up fast and almost everyday.

Nammos Mykonos

Feet on sand, hands on fork, here’s an all-in-one spot located on Psarou Beach where you can take delight in scrumptious meals, concocted drinks and more. Nammos Mykonos is a part-restaurant, part-bar with event space and cabanas with โ€‹โ€‹private outdoor Jacuzzi and personal butler. Private Nammos Riva Yacht service is also available just in case sundowner at the beach does not suffice.

Kastro’s Mykonos

Hungry? Saunter over to Kastro’s Mykonos in Little Venice, Mykonos for contemporary Greek fare. And whilst the indoor and rooftop dining area are charmingly designed and decorated, the main highlight is their seaside cozy alleyway that serves as an outdoor dining zone.

180ยฐ Sunset Bar Mykonos

Looking for a 180-degree sunset view in Mykonos? Get that here at 180ยฐ Sunset Bar Mykonos nestled on a hill overlooking the azure sea and the city studded with street lights that glows like sweet fireflies at nighttide. Enjoy also their extensive selection of cocktails along with multi-cuisine dishes.

Nusr-et Mykonos

Calling all Salt Bae fans slash carnivores, Nusr-et Mykonos by Chef Nusret Gรถkรงe, aka Salt Bae, should be the top-three on your must-try restaurants in Mykonos. The steakhouse doles out premium cuts of meat cooked to textbook-perfect perfection. Top top it all off, the seascape of Mykonos is served as a side to their succulent meat dishes, some even covered in edible gold leaf.