The comopolitan island of winds
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Set out on a journey to discover a fascinating world where glamour meets simplicity. Voted the top summer holiday destination again and again is a world renowned tourist destination popular for offering travellers the perfect combination of natural beauty, rich culture, luxurious resorts, exceptional beaches, award-winning restaurants, endless parties, 5 star service, greek hospitality. Mykonos will seduce you.
Mykonos has probably the most famous beaches in Greece. There are more than 30 beaches in Mykonos, beaches for all kinds of taste, cosmopolitan beaches, family beaches, party beaches, all with golden sands, umbrellas, sun beds, water sports, bars and restaurants.
Mykonos’ picturesque capital is Chora, a mostly pedestrian maze of narrow streets with cubic whitewashed houses. Enjoy a walk along Matogianni street, which is the most commercial street of Mykonos town, lined with famous stores, jewelries, restaurant-bars and galleries.
Little Venice is one of the most photographed landmarks on the island of Mykonos. The buildings have been constructed right on the sea’s edge with their balconies overhanging the water. The characteristic of their architecture is the different colors prevailing in wooden doors, windows, balconies and stairs, similar to Venice. This special spot is full of bars and restaurants that provide the perfect view to watch the sunset.
The island of Delos has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is one of the most important mythological, historical, and archaeological sites in Greece. The Archaeological Museum of Delos houses rare archaic sculptures (kouros), mosaics, tombstones, sculpture objects in ivory, the complex masterpiece of Boreas and Oreithyias and more. A short boat ride from Mykonos gives you the opportunity to explore what the ancient Greeks called the birthplace of the immortals.
Panagia Paraportiani was built between the 15th and 17th centuries. This impressive, whitewashed church actually consists of five separate churches that were built one on top or next to the othe. It is one of the most famous, popular and most photographed of the 400 churches on the whole island of Mykonos.
The Mykonos windmills are probably the most recognizable feature of the island. Built in the 16th century to grind grain, the iconic windmills stand today as one of the most photographed sites overlooking Little Venice.