Meet The Most Charming Corner of Mykonos!

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Once the hangout for sailors and shipping merchants, Venice emerged over the years as one of the most photographed neighborhoods worldwide. Originally named Alefkandra, Little Venice took its final name to appease to tourists. Alefkandra was stretching from castle to the point where Scarpa bar lies today. The direct access of the houses to the sea allowed people to directly load and unload various goods. The quaint edifices are overhanging the water just over the crashing waves. Along with the amazing sunsets, the windmills and the ships seen from a distance constitute a melange of magnificent images that caresses the senses. The balconies of the once humble fishing houses open out to Aegean’s magical view, inviting the travelers to indulge in their hospitality.

Little Venice is the perfect place to lay back, gazing the sea's hues merging with the celestial colors. The small cafes offer a cozy atmosphere, despite the fact that the area is usually packed with visitors that are on the hunt of the perfect selfie. The tranquil cafes become lively meeting points for people who like to enjoy their tipples in Mykonos most celebrated neighborhood. Many revels swarm there after the sun dives in the sea, to dance and experience the island’s intriguing nightlife.

The picturesque buildings and the whole area have been portrayed many times over the years. Its quintessential charm still attracts renowned artists from all over the world, that seek to immortalize this incomparable beauty.
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Mykonos, Greece
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