We were picked up at the airport and taken to Sofia Village free of charge, We were offered a rate deduction as one of our 2 rooms was not their best. That was a nice touch. Sofia Village is a good sized complex but is at a top of a fairly steep hill and you will need to be fairly fit to get up and down the hill to Mykonos Town. One of our party had had part of a lung removed several years ago and she found it hard going. Once down the hill (maybe a 10-15 minute walk) you are in the craziness that is Mykonos Town. You definitely need your wits about you.It is very busy with cars and people.
Back at Sofia Village, it has all the amenities you would expect - bar, swimming pool (open til midnight) - and remained pretty lively until late on into the night. Our room was small and cramped with little space for storage, however I won't complain as I was financially compensated for this. Breakfast however was pretty poor value - orange squash, bread and jam.
Compared to the other Greek islands, Mykonos is very expensive - you can expect to pay double for similar accommodation in, say, Naxos. That said, Sofia Village is really good value for Mykonos and we had no problems - we were also taken down to the port free of charge to get our boat to Naxos.
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