Mykonos, with its international visitors and many celebrities and artists, is one of the most well-known island of the Cyclades Its breathtaking countryside and unique architecture, the windmills overlooking the sea. Hundreds of white-washed chapels, make it and the most beautiful town in the Aegean.
The town itself, with its narrow streets (no traffic!), stand out in white and blue. The exclusive little boutiques, restaurants, bars and clubs are within your reach. You can experience an exciting night life but also the original old Greek cafes and taverns. In the middle lies the harbour with its large boardwalk where many restaurants are located. There is also a hint of Italy: a part of town called “Little Venice” with small old houses, bars and cafes directly on the water’s edge is the perfect spot for a Sunset.
The island has many beaches and bays offering a spectacular interaction of sun, sea, and unspoiled lanscape combined with the unique light of Greece, a compelling heaven for photographers.
There is no shortage of cultural activities. The town offers several museums and the town of Ano Mera has an old monastery with a Piazza surrounded by several charming taverns. The island of Delos is certainly worth a trip, as 3000 years ago it was the center of ancient Greek Civilization. Daily trips are offered and the duration is only 30 minutes.