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The Story behind the name

There is a word in the old Mykonian dialect, which conveys the entire essence and invaluable worth of friendship: “kamaràdos, kamaràda, kamaradià”. (From the Venetian camarada, probably from the Italian masculine camerato).


About Camarades
Camaràdes are soul mates, friends with whom we occasionally share a room, in confessions, sleep as well as dreams. The siblings we wish we had.

In the tradition of renowned Mykonian hospitality, we created this welcoming space, establishing proximity with the island and its people, offering lasting memories. Open, hospitable and true, a space where shared relationships and experiences are authentic.
The Swimming Pool

Our emerald-green pool is situated at the heart of “Camarades”, an open space for communication and socializing. Built with natural materials, using patterns inspired by the famous Delos mosaics, the pool area provides an ideal space for peace and relaxation. With the byzantine hill of Paleokastro on the one side and sea-views of the unique Ftelia Bay on the other, the Mykonian natural ambience can be enjoyed at its best.

Our Location
The site of the second ancient settlement of Mykonos is identified with the hill of Paleokastro. The fortified settlement of Paleokastro with its walled perimeter was organized during the early Byzantine period and the feudal domination of the Ghisi family (1207-1390 AD). “Camarades” is built at the foot of this hill, with spectacular views towards Ftelia Bay and easy access, on the main road, at the entry of Ano Mera village.

Combining medieval architectural elements such as arches and stone-paved flooring with details inspired by the folkloric Cycladic architecture, we created a space which resembles a traditional Mykonian village. Meandering pathways among flower beds full of aromatic herbs and plants of the local flora, spacious and comfortable rooms and suites, in harmony with the natural environment and the human scale.
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