It is an island made by Gods for people.
Who hasn’t have something to say about Mykonos Island, who hasn’t swim in its vast boundless blue waters, who hasn’t have lived unforgettable moments…
The natural elements are vivid and strong, filling you, guiding you in new sensations: the air, the sun, the moon are the eternal guides. The harmony of the Myconian architecture is really astonishing. The location and the way the town of Mykonos is build -inside the Northern eye- the port, the particular colors, it is an exceptional masterpiece. No man and no plan would be able to create something so unique. The feeling of getting lost in the alleys is fascinating. The exit to the seashore is where we end our walk, with a glass of ouzo and the view of the boats.
You can experience everything you want, as much as you want it, as much as you can handle it. Everything is nearby, just beside you, you only make the choice…
You simply choose to come to Mykonos.
Enjoy the art, museums and the sandy beaches Mykonos offers. An alternative, yet cultural experience for those who wish to explore the other side of the island. Perhaps the most important of the tourist asset of Mykonos, that distinguish it from other islands are the beaches. Those beaches, can be reached by car or motorbike, since the radial roads of the island starting from the Mykonos town stretches nearly to each corner. The popular beaches:Agios Ioannis,Agios Stefanos,Ornos,Panormos-Agios Sostis,Paradise,Paraga,Platys Gyalos,Psarou,Super Paradise.
Little Venice is the colorful neighborhood between the Castro and Scarpa, with the wooden balconies “hanging” above the sea. One can enjoy here one of the most beautiful sunsets of Greece.
The Town Hall
The Town Hall, built about 1780, is an early neoclassical two-story building with a tile roof, which was constructed after the 1760-1774 conflict between Russia and the Ottoman Empire, in order to house the Russian Consul General of the Archipelago. A few years later it came under the jurisdiction of the “Koinotita” (the local self-governing body of the island of the Greek revolution) and, since then, the office of the Municipality of Mykonos has been located there.
The Three Wells
In the center of the present-day town, in the area known as “Tria Pigadia”, are the tree wells which were the main water supply for Mykonos Chora form the middle of the 18th cent. until 1956.
Greek, Italian, Argentinean, Japanese or French, the choice of traditional or modern, fish or meat, sea or mountain provides an assortment of ambience and flavour. Follow your craving and discover your ideal dining experience.
Also nightlife in Mykonos is fantastic…Whether it’s at a bar, at a club, or at a restaurant it’s up to you. Mykonos didn’t gain its infamous reputation from the early risers, so enjoy the notorious Mykonian nightlife like its been done since the 70’s.
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