Mykonos Island

Mykonos

Enjoy the Cycladic sunset

Mykonos perfectly combines its visible tradition with modern ways of experiencing the island. Mythology and Cycladic nature are scattered between the alleys and the white churches giving the visitor the opportunity to explore a unique folklore world before he ends up photographing the most famous mills of Greece. The countless taverns and restaurants offer a variety of flavors by promoting mainly Greek dishes with local products in either traditional or gourmet mood. The market of Mykonos is famous for its size, as in every corner there is a small boutique with a charming showcase ready to offer creations for every taste and pocket. Going out of Chora (town of Mykonos) you will discover the blue-green beaches that made this island so famous. The island’s youthful and modern mood, the numerous bars all over the island, the loud music and the dances are a powerful daily routine on the most famous beaches of the island which attract famous celebrities worldwide. The island is best suited for nautical activities, giving the visitor the opportunity to meet the underwater world of Mykonos, to enjoy and learn numerous water sports and to experience the unique surrounding, of this and other islands as well, by boat under the Cycladic sunset. In Mykonos the day begins and ends with the sunrise, giving it the identity of the liveliest island of the Cyclades.

Beauty of Mykonos

Mykonos perfectly combines its visible tradition with modern ways of experiencing the island. Mythology and Cycladic nature are scattered between the alleys and the white churches giving the visitor the opportunity to explore a unique folklore world before he ends up photographing the most famous mills of Greece. You can also visit: Panagia Paraportiani Church, one of the most photographed in Greece, the Archaeological, Folklore and Maritime Museums, the region of Alefkandra and famous landmark, Mykonos' "Little Venice" and Delos Island, one of Greece's finest ancient sites, and a UNESCO world heritage site.

Mykonian delicacies

The countless taverns and restaurants offer a variety of flavors by promoting mainly Greek dishes with local products in either traditional or gourmet mood. Although multinational cuisine from Mexican dishes to sushi are served, you may want to try smoked "louza", "kopanisti" white cheese dip, traditional sausages, black eyed peas, as well as fresh fish and seafood of the daily catch, all of which are great over a cold beer, wine or ouzo. The market of Mykonos is famous for its size, as in every corner there is a small boutique with a charming showcase ready to offer creations for every taste and pocket.

Mykonos Beaches

Going out of Chora (town of Mykonos) you will discover the blue-green beaches that made this island so famous. The island's youthful and modern mood, the numerous bars all over the island, the loud music and the dances are a powerful daily routine on the most famous beaches of the island which attract famous celebrities worldwide. Close to Mykonos Town are the beaches of Agios Stefanos, Megali Ammos, Ornos and Tourlos. A little further south are the famous beaches of Paradise, Super Paradise, Psarou, Platis Gialos, Agia Anna and Agios Ioannis.The island is best suited for nautical activities, giving the visitor the opportunity to meet the underwater world of Mykonos, to enjoy and learn numerous water sports and to experience the unique surrounding, of this and other islands as well, by boat under the Cycladic sunset. In Mykonos the day begins and ends with the sunrise, giving it the identity of the liveliest island of the Cyclades.

Mykonos by night

If you are the party kind of person, your vacation in Mykonos will be more than exciting. Starting at noon at the beach bars in Paradise, Super Paradise and Elia, parties keep the spirits going till early evening. Later in the evening fun is transferred to Mykonos Town, at the town's cocktail bars, restaurants, cafés, sophisticated bar-restaurants, bustling clubs and gay venues where there's an upbeat atmosphere all night long.

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