Mykonos Island

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Even if you haven't visited Greece, you may have heard about Mykonos. The most famous island in the Cyclades, which is the attraction of the international jet set. Exquisite beaches, award-winning restaurants and luxury yachts are what make this place so special. In islands' town, you would see the traditional alleys with the painted white houses, churches and traditional wells dominating the landscape. The island of winds, as it is called, hosts famous DJ's from all over the world as some of the best parties around the world are taking place.

Little Venice with its houses next to the water is one of the most photographed spots on the island. Nowadays, the small village hosts some of the best restaurants and bars from which you can see one of the most enchanting sunsets.

If you want to spend a day in the summer parties heart, a day cruise to the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos is what you should do!

  • Famous beaches
  • Great nightlife
  • Very busy during peak season
  • Famous people go there
  • Some famous people even live there

Our favourite spots

Ornos bay Mykonos, south coast with yachts

Ornos Beach

Ornos is mostly known as a family-friendly beach, but is also one of the most popular and crowded over the summer. It is located in the south part of the island ant it's recommended for those who prefer a more developed, resort atmosphere.

  • Family friendly
  • Romantic sunset
  • Good for swimming
  • Frequent stop of boats/yachts
Mykonos port with windmills

Mykonos Port

The new port of Mykonos is located in Tourlos, almost 2km away from main town (Chora). It is the only operating port of the island and during summer it can be really overcrowded. The old port is located in Chora and is used mainly by fishermen and some yachts.

  • Famous port
  • Connection with neighboring islands
  • Crowded place
  • Shopping
Mykonos little venice under the sun

Little Venice

This place is known as one of the most romantic neighborhoods in Mykonos. Specifically, you can see rows of old fishing houses that are situated on the edge of the sea. It is said that they originally belonged to rich merchants or captains. Many of the houses have now been converted into bars or restaurants, little shops and galleries.

  • Romanic view
  • Relaxing athmosphere
  • Many choices of restaurants
  • Must see