The glamorous island that never sleeps offers a wide range of sight-seeing options. Ask us and we will provide you with the best tips of the island!
No wonder why Little Venice is one of the most photographed and romantic locations in Mykonos. The picture-perfect scenery is composed by traditional captain houses from the 18th century, built right on the coastline and colorful balconies overhanging the waters. An ideal place for sunset-watching while sipping your cocktail!
Built in the 16th century during the Venetian era, the famous windmills (Kato Milli) are located on a small hill overlooking Chora and compose the most characteristic feature of Mykonos. Although they are no longer operational, they are still the symbol of the wind’s power on the island.
A living proof of the history of Mykonos and the Cyclades, the Archaeological Museum is located in Chora, exhibiting interesting collections which date from the Prehistoric to the Hellenistic period. A must visit for history lovers!
Located 8 km from Chora, Ano Mera is a scenic village still maintaining the island’s traditional way of life. The central square hosts the Church of Panaghia Tourliani and an ecclesiastical museum.
One of the most important archaeological sites all over Greece and the most sacred sanctuary in ancient times, Delos island, a Monument of International Cultural Heritage since 1990, invites you to dive into its rich history and feel its unique aura. Delos is daily accessible by boat from Mykonos.