Mykonos is the most famous Greek island, a cosmopolitan location with fanatic visitors from all over the world.
Mykonos is a meeting place for VIPS from all over the world. An island of small white Cycladic houses, picturesque alleys, urns of jasmines and bougainvilleas, golden sandy beaches, the windmills and the picturesque “small Venetia”. At Kastro visit Panagia Paraportiani, a complex of five churches, a characteristic sample of traditional architecture.
Mykonos beaches as Psarou, Platis Gialos, Kalafatis, Ftelia, Elia, Agrari, Panormos are of unique beauty and gather each year a significant number of visitors. All day time the alleys are full of people coming in and out of the shops, savouring tasty mezze at the restaurants.
Close to Mykonos stands Delos, one of the biggest archaeological sites in Greece. Boats from Mykonos transfer on a daily basis many tourists to the legendary island, who upon their departure take with them photographs of the ancient Greek glory.
- The Archaeological Museum with the findings from tombs of the nearby island Rineia, pots collection, reliefs
- The Folklore Museum of Mykonos
- The Aegean Maritime Museum
From Piraeus port, Rafina port and the surrounding islands
Mykonos port authority 0030 22890 22218
Piraeus port authority 0030 213 2147600
Rafina port authority 0030 22943 21200
Mykonos airport 0030 22890 79000
Distance: 3 km from Mykonos town
Area: 105,5 sq km
Mykonos municipality administratively belongs to Cyclades prefecture (South Aegean Region).