When you visit Mykonos, you should make a point to stop by one of the many bakeries. Here we’ll cover some of the best, and not-so-famous, options. Casa Dolce, Kora, and Widoff’s are just a few of the many.
We’ve also included some of the most beautiful spots for photo-taking, so you can get your fill of the best baked goods in the island.
If you have never tried the unique sweets and ice cream served in Casa Dolce, you must do so. The ice cream shop offers an extensive variety of frozen desserts, as well as specialty coffees, natural juices, and hearty snacks. The owners of the store are modest, hardworking, and hospitable, and the Mykonos population adores them. While the ice cream is made in small batches, the bakery operates under HACCP standards.
If you are looking for a truly unique and delicious treat on your next vacation, Mykonos is the place to be. The locals love the almond and marzipans that are a favorite among Cyclades islanders. These pastries are also known as Sunday Sweets. Made with almonds, eggs, butter, cinnamon, and flower, these sweets have been a staple of Cyclades cuisine for centuries. Today, visitors can enjoy a variety of pastries in Mykonos, including baklava and marzipans.
One of the best things about Gioras Bakery in Mykonos is the long history of the bakery. Owner Cloe Papaioannou is passionate about keeping the shop open and has been making delicious treats for locals and visitors alike since she first opened it in 1960. You can enjoy homemade biscuits and the famous baklava at Gioras, which dates back to medieval times.
Chris Andrianopoulos, the owner of the top pastry shops in Mykonos Greece, is also the owner of A&D Pizzeria and Pub in Worcester. His wife, Sonja, focuses on Greek-inspired baked goods using family recipes. Sonja was born in Albania and grew up in Greece. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two children.