About Mykonos

Mykonos Town (Chora)

The capital of the most cosmopolitan island of Cyclades, Mykonos. Narrow alleys, traditional architecture, whitewashed houses with the blue painting windows and wooden balconies, picturesque cobblestone pavements and commercial streets with a lot of shops selling from jewels and clothes to popular art. This is Mykonos Chora.

Ano Mera

Ano Mera village is a graphic village located in the centre of the island 8km from Mykonos town. Ano Mera Mykonos is one of the few interesting inland village on the island, with its monumental monastery monopolizing visitor’s interest.

Mykonos Archaeological Museum

A must visit attraction of Mykonos includes Archaeological Museum that houses marble sculptures, ceramics and jewellery recovered from the islands of Delos and Mykonos.

Mykonos Nightlife

Considered among the liveliest and best in Europe. Counting by far the best restaurants, cafeterias and bars among the Greek islands, Mykonos is highly appreciated for its vivid nightlife.From hip beach clubs, chilled out bars to all night mega venues, Mykonos is the party capital of the Greek islands.

Mykonos Beaches

Pale golden sands, cold clear blue water and reminiscent scenery. Don't miss the famous beach of PlatisYialos, Super Paradise, AgiosStefanos and Psarou beach.

Little Venice

Picture post card region with whitewashed buildings, intricate alleyways, taverns, cafes and bars to explore. This ancient port area is at the most Western end of the town.

Delos Island

According to Greek mythology, Apollo was born on this tiny island in the Cyclades archipelago. Holds the biggest and the most important archaeological site of the Cycladic islands.


All kinds of shops can be found in Mykonos: jewelry, clothing and shoe shops, art galleries, souvenir shops.

Mykonos Windmills

One of the most photographed corners of Mykonos Island. Mykonos is also famous for its windmills. Several of these iconic landmarks of Mykonos remain, often around the main port due to the existence of prevailing winds there.


Celebrities of Mykonos' town the Pelicans have been the official mascot of Mykonos for many years.