Where to buy international sunglasses in Mykonos

Where to buy international sunglasses in Mykonos

Our journey in Mykonos continues talking about the international sunglasses brands to watch in the 2022 summer season. All of them are available on the island, but where? Our guide could ease this search. 

With more than 15 stores in town and outside of it, we will focus on those with the most plenty selections.

Ralph’s Diner – Nammos Village Area, Psarou Beach

Sunglasses brands in Mykonos

The Nammos Village (on the back of Psarrou seaside) is an exclusive area of Mykonos connected to the homonymous, famous beach club. Ralph’s Diner is the top sunglasses store in the mall.

These are the major brands available at Ralph’s Diner: 

Ahlem, Cartier, Chanel, Celine, Chrome Hearts, Dior, District Vision, Dita, Eyepetizer, Eyevan 7285, Gentle Monster, Haffmans & Neumeister, Inneraum, Jacques Marie Mage, Julius Tart, Karen Walker, Kuboraum, Lgr, Linda Farrow, Mykita, Native Sons, Oliver People, Pascal Mathieu, Persol, Prada, Saint Laurent, Yuchi Toyama.

The selection is at the top of the range outside Mykonos Town.

The following sunglasses are available in other shops in Nammos Village. Some of them are prestigious brands, as follow: 

Burberry in the Burberry boutique; Bulgari in the Kessaris jewelry store; Dior in the Dior boutique; Gucci in the Gucci boutique (with a store in Mykonos Town, too) and Louis Vuitton in the Louis Vuitton boutique.

Panaidis Eyewear Boutique – Mykonos Town

Sunglasses brands in Mykonos

Panaidis Eyewear is an established company all around Greece. It has opened a store in the super central Matogianni street in Mykonos, keeping the distinctive layout with light marbles, mirrors, and plants.  

The following labels’ selection shows the high level of available spectacles.

These are: Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Boucheron, Cartier, Celine, Chopard, Chrome Hearts, Dior, Dita, Fendi, Givenchy, Gucci, L. G.R., Linda Farrow, Loewe, Mykita, Oliver Peoples, Ray Ban, Saint Laurent, Tom Ford and Valentino. 

Contact lenses and eye products are available at Panaidis, provided by well-known companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Alcon, and CooperVision.

Boutique Optique – Mykonos Town

Sunglasses brands in Mykonos

Boutique Optique has two stores in Mykonos town. Maybe for the top-level brands, the choice among models is short, but the range is better for low-medium labels.

Celine and Chrome Hearts are exclusive brands of the stores. Let’s have a look at the other sunglasses available. These are from:

Anne & Valentin, Ahlem, American Optical Eyewear, Andy Wolf, Balenciaga, Balmain, Bausch+Lomb, bob sdrunk, Bottega Veneta, Cartier, Cazal, Chanel, Chimi, Dior, Cutler and Gross, Dita, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared2, Emporio Armani, Epos, Etnia Barcelona, Eyepetizer, Eyevan, Armani Exchange A|X, Fendi, Garrett Leight, Gigi Barcelona, Giorgio Armani, Gloria by Andy Wolf, Guccy, Haffmans & Neumeister, illesteva, Italia Independent, IZIPIZI, Jacquemus, Jacques Marie Mage, Kaleos, Kenzo, Kirk & Kirk, Kuboraum, Kyme, Lespecs, L.G.R., Linda Farrow, Lindberg, Massada, Matsuda, Maui Jim, McQ, Moncler, Moscot, Mykita, Oakley, Oliver Peoples, original vintage, Persol, Polo Ralph Lauren, Porsche Design, Prada, Prada Sport, Ray Ban, Rigards, Roav, Saint Laurent, Stella Mc Cartney, Super, Theo eyewear, Thom Browne, Timberland, Tom Ford, Valentino, Vava, Versace, Vintage, Vour, Vuarnet and Zeiss. 

Contact lenses and contact solutions are available under various trademarks, like Dailies, Soflens and Airoptix.

It’s possible to get accessories like sunglasses chains, frames, and reading glasses.

La bottega Ottica – Mykonos Town

La bottega ottica

La Bottega Ottica opened in Mykonos in 2016, but it started in Athens in the ’80s. The staff there know the job, but take care of prices because sometimes they are inflated and online it’s possible to get better deals.

Which are the international brands in the store?

Balmain, Celine, Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Givenchy, Gucci, Persol, Philip Plein, Tom Ford and Versace. 

Kopajos – Mykonos Town


Kopajos are the original greek sunglasses born in Mykonos. The main store is on Kalogera Street, and here, the uniqueness lies in 1500+ displayed sunglasses on tables and shelves. There are more than 100 diverse designs, all of them part of the same greek inspiration and Italian manufacture. 

One of the distinctive traits of Kopajos is that sunglasses are considered unisex, so the layout doesn’t provide a separation between man and woman. Everybody coming to the store can feel the connection with a favorite pair, regardless of the shape, the material, and the colors.

Precise Optics – Mykonos Town

Sunglasses brands in Mykonos

Precise Optics is a group of shops, with the first one established in 2009. It’s one of the oldest stores of this kind. The layout provides white corian surfaces, stylizing a sort of wave, like the Aegean Sea that surrounds Mykonos. 

The brand selection doesn’t arrive at 10, but the quality is considerable. These are the available sunglasses:

Christian Roth, Dior, Elie Saab, Fendi, Garrett Leight, Moschino, Moscot Thom Browne and Tom Ford. 

The shops also provide a sunglasses repair service and sell contact lenses.

Mill – Mykonos Town


We suggest Mill Mykonos for the quirckness. The three stores in Mykonos town develop three different ideas. “The limited edition” shop, with a black & white layout, has a fine sorting. The  “Concept” store is probably one of the most original creative spaces on the island. The Capsule 3.0 recently opened in Lakka Area is more tourist-oriented. 

These are the brands in the three stores: Brevno, Grief 1826, Insight, Kimera Masks, Lessmonday, LMNT, Nacional, Once, Rigards, Rhesusminus Handcrafted In Berlin, Rhude x Thierry Lasry,  Supreme, Thrasher Magazine, ValleyEyewear, and Vinylize Eyeworks.

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