1. Beaches Overview

The amazing beaches of Mykonos for every taste!

Visitors from around the world choose Mykonos for their holidays for a thousand different reasons. The famous Cycladic Island has so much to offer for every type of traveler. Mykonos is world famous for its beautiful golden sandy beaches and transparent waters.

Whether you are looking for a party beach such as Super Paradise, or you wish to enjoy the cosmopolitan character of Psarou Beach, Kalo Livadi or Kalafati Beach or you are just looking for one of the secluded privates beaches in Mykonos, there is definitely a beach for every taste and mood!

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2. The Architecture of Island

Mykonos is one of the finest examples of Cycladic architecture!

Mykonos combines the traditional and the modern elements, which makes it special.

The densely built white cubic houses,  flat roofs, wooden doors and window shutters painted in all shades of the Aegean blue, flowered balconies, and a maze of paved narrow alleys is the characteristic of Mykonian architecture.

The island’s many votive chapels, some of which have been designated as historical monuments, stand out for their simple construction and their red arched roofs.

Every element, every part of the island, has been created with art, love and detail.

In this beautiful scenery do not forget that there are great rental-villa opportunities that offer high end benefits.

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3. Little Venice

Little Venice: A treasure built right on the water!

Little Venice (Alefkandra) is a collection of two and three storey medieval houses built right on the waterfront at the most western point of Mykonos Chora. Now many are converted into bars, cafés and even galleries.

In fact, the area is known as a base and subject matter for many artists over the years. Being built on the water, you can see how it is reminiscent of the Italian city of Venice!

It is claimed that Little Venice is one of the most picturesque spots in Mykonos and together with the windmills is a perfect spot to watch the sunset.

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4. The Windmills

The windmills: The trademark of the island of the wind!

The iconic windmill complex “Kato Myloi”, situated southwest of Mykonos Town built in a row facing the sea, impress every visitor with their magnificence.

From as early as the 16th century, the windmills have been one of the most recognizable landmarks of the island. With the advent of industrialization the windmills importance began to decline along with their numbers.

Today, 16 old windmills are still standing, most of them thoroughly renovated. Some of them have been turned into houses, others into vaults for the keeping of local heritage monuments. But all of them remain proof of the island’s rich financial past.

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5. Churches And Monasteries

At every corner on the island of Mykonos there is a quaint little church!

Picturesque churches, like sculptures of white and blue, are one of Mykonos’ most iconic images. You see them everywhere, so don’t miss the chance to visit them.

Nowadays, they remain an integral part of the locals’ daily life and a beautiful background for visitor photos. These churches and chapels number closer to 1000 in total.

They are also the scene for yearly religious festive celebrations called “Panigiria” which take place on various days throughout the religious year.

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