Top Mykonian Attractions You Must Lay Your Eyes On…

Mykonos is the queen of the Cyclades and has justifiably earned an extreme magnitude for visitors from all corners of the earth, as well as, the international jet set. Its white-washed main town named Chora is so picturesque that you will find it irresistible not to walk up and down the dense alleyways of the Matoyiannia area which is packed with boutiques, commercial shops, cafes and restaurants of all types.
Within the Chora also worthy to see are the complex of Kato Mili windmills which date back to the early 20th century and most are preserved in splendid condition, the “three wells” dating back to the mid-18th century and the Town Hall housed in an impressive mansion.
The unprecedented charm of the famous neighborhood called Small Venice is a must-see too for its colourful range of traditional, multicoloured island houses right next to where the waves caress the shore.
Mykonos is portrayed by a large selection of beaches for all tastes. For the cosmopolitan among you visit Psarou, Kalo Livadi, Elia and Ornos. If you are seeking for an all day and night party mode then Super Paradise beach, Paradise and Paraga should do the trick!
On the other hand, if you are on a family holiday you may spend fantastic family moments at Platys Gialos and Aghios Ioannis. Last but not least, if you are feeling alternative prefer Panormos beach, Ftelia and Aghia Anna and if seclusion is your aim then swim in the wilderness of Aghios Sostis, Lia and Kapari beaches.
In your trips around the island include a stop at Ano Mera village. Its tranquil surroundings will enchant you. Even if you are not religious, arrange to see at least one of the 365 churches of Mykonos! Panagia Paraportiani church dates back to the Byzantine era and boasts frescos as old as the Middle Ages. In addition, it shares sublime views to the Aegean Sea.
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For a voyage in the civilizations and cultures that shaped the island’s historic paths…visit the Archaeological Museum, the Folk Museum and the Aegean Maritime Museum. In your walks, you are bound to come across the island’s mascot, Petros the pelican. He loves to be pet and fed so do not hesitate to spoil him with both! Last but not least, experience the summer garden cinema of Cine Mando in Chora and enjoy a blockbuster with a light meal or cocktails.
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Mykonos, Greece
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