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"The Ibiza of Greece". A beautiful island in the Cyclades, which looks just like the postcards: white little houses with flowers and blue windows and doors, hand painted streets, windmills, pigeon keepers, chimneys, lots of little churches and wonderful restaurants and cafes.
Many of the Greek "jetsetters" either have a house here or visit every summer, and the nightlife is very developed. You will see a lot of eccentrics especially at night time. Even though it is a party-island, it is not as loud as for example Ios and Kos, so you can get sleep at night.
Small island of great archaeological interest, which is found 3,5 kilometres west of Mykonos. Accessing it is very easy with "kaikia" (small boats) and daily excursions are organised continuously. It is the most important Pan-Hellenic sanctuary. According to the mythology it is the place of birth of two gods, Apollo and Artemis. The habitation of island is dated from the 3rd b.C. century and it has a very long history. It was declared independent 314 b.C. but was retaken from the Romans, who used it as a very important harbour and for this developed economically in the next years.
Located in the city of Mykonos, near the harbor. It allocates a unique collection of sculptures, ceramic and jewels which were emanated from excavations in Mykonos, in Delos and in Renia. Some of them are dated in the geometric season and touch upon until the 6th A.C. century.
Mykonos Folklore Museum
Located in an old two-storied mansion, near the castle of Mykonos. It is worth visiting, in order to admire the enormous collection from keys, hand-made clothing, embroideries, photographs and gravures, old furniture and tools.The folklore museum of Mykonos also has an archive of historic manuscripts and a small library.
Aegean Maritime Museum
Situated in the centre of city, near the region Three Wells and it is unique for somebody that is interested for the naval tradition of island. In the naval museum you can found models from rowing boats, travelling boats and all kinds of ship from the pre-Minoan Period up to 19th century as well as a variety of maritime instruments.
Petros The Pelican
It came in the island of winds, round 1954, after a storm and from then became permanent resident of island. When it died, caused deep sadness at the residents and for this it was replaced immediately, creating a tradition for the island. Today Petros is the official mascot of Mykonos.
From the 16th century the windmills constitute signal of deposited Mykonos. They are located southerner of country and look towards the sea. They were manufactured in order to advantage the winds and the aeolian energy of the island that has strategic place in Aegean. After the industrialisation the number of windmills began to decline and today exist only 7, which however continue with their light blue colour to stand imposingly in the island.
It is the western region of island next to the sea. This neighbourhood is famous for the unique houses, that the balconies of hanging above the sea. Some of the old houses are turned into stylish bars which are very romantic. A unique place to enjoy the splendid sunset.
The most famous beach in the island. The world-renowned beach parties have been the most important pole of attraction for celebrities and wannabes from all over the world. Psarou Beach also features many watersport options as well as a diving center.
Beautiful small beach is located on the west side of Mykonos, facing Delos. It’s the beach where the film “Shirley Valentine” was shot and also where the most famous feast of the island (Ai-Yiannis) takes place, at the end of September.
One of the longest and most picturesque beaches in the island with fine white sand, turquoise waters and easy access. Two good words to describe Elia Beach would be “gay friendly”.
One of the most beautiful beaches in Mykonos, with crystal clear waters and golden sand. Super Paradise beach is extremely popular and attracts homosexuals and heterosexuals from all over the world.
A small, sandy beach with beautiful landscape (cape Drapanos), located on the south coast of Mykonos near the beach of Agia Anna. Here you will find one of the two camping areas of the island.
Protected from the wind, Ornos beach is located south of Korfos, with regular transportation and a significant number of hotels and restaurants. This sheltered bay is ideal for families.
The last of the southern beaches that you can go by car. The road is long and hard, but its exotic waters and overall natural beauty will compensate you! The surrounding rocks make it a great spot for diving.
A beautiful, very popular beach in the southern part of the island. Located between Elia and Kalafatis beaches, Kalo Livadi is one of the largest beaches in length and in width.
Kalafatis Ag. Anna
Two nice beaches with vast stretches of sand and clear waters. Among them lies the small peninsula “Divounia” with a fishing harbor. Beautiful scenery, easy access by transportation, surfing and driving school.
It is perhaps the most overpopulated beach in the island. Sheltered by hotels and organized with umbrellas and sunbeds, addressed to tourists, but also an ideal solution for mothers with children.
"Saint John" 5* Hotel
Idyllic stunning oasis silhouetted against the clear blue skyline of Mykonos island and located on a 20,000 square meter stretch of pristine coastline in Agios Ioannis, where Shyrley's Valentine movie was filmed.
"Myconian Collection" 5* Hotels
Family-owned group of seven leading luxury hotels on Mykonos that offers discerning visitors a choice of the most beautiful locations, state-of-the-art Thalasso spa centers, gourmet restaurants, outstanding conference facilities and glamorous wedding venues. Founded in 1979 George and Elefteria Daktylides, the Collection is run today by their four sons Panos, Marcos, Vangelis and Marios. While we are bound by hospitality standards and family values, each hotel in the Myconian Collection has its own distinctive personality, a diverse range of accommodations, rates and entertainment options.