Giannis Antetokounmpo was spotted with his family over the weekend relaxing at a beach club in cosmopolitan Mykonos, one of his favorite Greek islands.
He was seen enjoying the sun and Greek food at Psarou beach, known to attract local and international celebrities (and their huge yachts). This beach is one of Mykonos’ trendiest and most famous and is always packed in the summer.
The beautiful scenery attracts a massive amount of tourists who hope to swim in the emerald green water and see and be seen at its upscale beach club of Nammos.
The Greek Freak arrived in Mykonos from Athens where he posed for a photograph holding his two sons during their visit to the Acropolis.
“Our annual Akropolis visit,” he captioned his father-and-sons photo on Instagram. His oldest son is now two years old while the youngest will celebrate his first birthday in August.
Antetokounmpo on Mykonos and Santorini
After Mykonos, the Antetokounmpos’ are expected to spend the rest of their Greek holiday in the Peloponnese, where Giannis has bought two Costa Navarino Residences.
Recently, Antetokounmpo delved into the dilemma many visitors to Greece have when he compared two of the most glamorous Aegean islands, Mykonos and Santorini.
“Mykonos is one of the best islands in Greece…it’s a party island. You cannot go there with your significant other, you got to be by yourself. It’s got to be a boys’ trip. Obviously, we have Santorini, Santorini’s really romantic. It has the best sunset and sunrise in the world. You can take your significant other there,” Antetokounmpo said.
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The NBA MVP first played for the senior men’s Greek national basketball team in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup. He joined the Greek national team again for EuroBasket 2015 and the 2016 Turin FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament.
He then played with Greece during their preparation phase for the EuroBasket 2017 but missed the tournament due to an injury. Most recently, Giannis Antetokounmpo represented Greece at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.