sandy beaches and dynamic nightlife make Mykonos Island one of the most popular
in the Cyclades. Mykonos has the reputation of the most fun place of the
Cyclades Islands in Greece. Mykonos Town is an example of a Cycladic village:
dazzling white alleys, cube-shaped houses.
Petros, the pelican is already known as the mascot of the Mykonos Island. You can meet him walking around the streets or near the harbour looking for fish.
Also the museums are ready to gives you nice parts of the history of Mykonians: the Folk Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Archaeological Museum and Lena’s House – a 19th century house which keeps alive the life of a Mykonian lady.
You don’t have to miss the Windmills, the Little Venice area, Panagia Paraportiani – the most famous church on the island, the old harbour of town with all the coffee shops, the Municipal Art Gallery and a day trip to Delos Island – one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece.
And, because Mykonos Island is famous especially for beaches, you have to know that the best ones are situated along the south coast and they can be very easy reached by local transport in about 20 minutes from Mykonos Town.
You can reach Mykonos Island by:
- ferryboats, coming into the two harbours of the island (The Old Port - 10 minutes' walk from our door; The New Port - about 1,5 km away from the town which you can reach it by bus, taxi or took-took in less then 10 minutes)
- by airplane (about 1,5 km away of town, which you can reach it by taxi or took-took in less then 10 minutes).