Delos is located next to Mykonos island in Cyclades. The island of Delos is one of the most important archaeological and historical sites in Greece. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of the ancient Olympian Greek gods Apollo and Artemis. There are many interesting monuments in the island, such as, the Establishment of Poseidonas, an ancient Greek God, the House of Dionysus, the temple of Hera and many statues, all around the island. Also Delos is an UNESCO world heritage site.
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Edition: June 2009
It is the first GIS map of Mykonos and Delos , meaning that this is the first time the two islands are mapped with a topographic precision in proportion to the map scale.
Horse Riding Club
Horseland is located in Maou, Ano Meros.It isIt is one of the most organized horseback riding clubs in Greece and offers all the necessary equipment and training.
Mykonos Marina (known locally as the New Port or Tourlos) is a new marina located around two kilometers north of the old harbor and the town of Mykonos, the most popular and cosmopolitan town and island of the Cyclades. Mykonos International Airport (IATA: JMK) is located 3.
Less than 1 km from Delos town is the ancient theater of Delos. It was started in 314 BC and finished 70 years later.
The Aegean Maritime museum was founded in 1983 and opened to the public in 1985. It is located at the area of Tria Pigadia, in a traditional Myconian building of the 19th century.
The Evangelistria Church is also known as Panagia Megalochari which means Virgin Mary with all graces. The church is located on a hill above the Chora of Tinos.
Saint Pelagia of Tinos, a Greek Nun saint, the one that has helped- through her visions- the discovery of the sacred icon of Panagia of Tinos. This icon is one of the most sacred, venerated icons of the Holy Mother, all over Greece and, maybe the most famous pilgrimage that is dedicated to Her Grace, each year on the feast of Her Dormition on August, 15th.
`Lifeline Art Studio` is a working studio and an exhibition space. It was established in 2005, and is an authentic workspace representing the eclectic artwork of the painter Donna Skaropoulou.
In SCALA shop gallery, visitors can find a unique collection of famous Greek artists from the world of sculpture, painting, ceramics, jewelery, decorative arts and more.It was established in 1983, on Matoyianni Street.
Tinos is an island famous for its traditional ouzo. Visitors can enjoy ouzo of Tinos that it produced in small quantities.
Mykonos is famous worldwide for its nightlife. Many tourists visit Mykonos in order to live incredible moments and believe that its nightlife is one of the best in Europe, among those of Ibiza, Spain and Agia Napa, Cyprus.
Kaloni is a village full of flowers and trees. At the narrow streets visitors can find small tavernas and traditional cafes (kafenia).
In Pallada Street, there is something for every taste and budget, from kitsch to antique. Shop hours vary during the winter, but most shops and stalls are open continuously throughout the day during the summer, from about 09:00 until well after Midnight.
Kuzina is a famous fusion restaurant that combines traditional Greek cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian flavors . Kuzina serves Louza, one of the best sausages in Greece ideally combined with red wine.
Xemparko is one of the most traditional cafés of the island. Except coffee and drinks it also offers homemade food.
The estate Mykonian Spiti, which means House Of Mykonos, is located at the center of Mykonos in a private familiar environment of 350 m² with traditional stone architectural style and a garden. The kitchen area and the interior of the restaurant are ideal for the courses, with pergolas, skylights and the garden.
It is quite difficult to access Fokos beach due to lack of adequate signalling, but after ten minutes driving through a dirt road and by following the signs to Ano Mera you will get there. It is a small bay with deep waters located in the north of Mykonos and surrounded by steep rocks.
The cherished seaport of Kardiani (13km from Chora), next to Agios Petros beach. Exotic moments with crystal, shallow waters, shady tamarisks all along, relaxation in chaise lounges under the rattan umbrellas and cocktails or raki from the Kardiani Kalyvia beach bar; always in speed and at your disposal, the beach bar supplies you with snacks, juices, coffees, cocktails and raki directly at your chaise lounge.
A secret for the few and very best; it is near Steni at the eastern part of Tinos. As for umbrellas or deck-chairs, these are out of discussion! You can get to the remote, sandy coast with the jade green seabed either via Potamia either by boat.
The road that begins from Triantaros, leads to a tranquil beach at the SE part of the island; this beach consists of white and black pebbles, crystal clear seabed and the obligatory for the shadow tamarisks. 5km separate the beach from the civilization of Chora.
“Godfather” of the rather leeward large sandy shore at the southern part of Tinos (11km away from Chora) was the chapel of the left side of the bay. Nature has endowed the beloved of the Tinians with shady trees, crystal clear, emerald waters and unobstructed sight of Syros.
Paradise Beach is located on the south coast of Mykonos next to Super Paradise beach. Known for its everyday parties, by day and by night, Paradise beach in Mykonos is favored by younger visitors, since it hosts some of the most famous clubs in Mykonos.
Just 5km east of the town of Tinos, there is one of the most beautiful and crowded coasts of the island, with the “eyes” turned right across to Mykonos. Having been awarded several times for the clarity of its shallow waters, it is ideal for the young holidaymakers.
Beach Agia Anna is located in the South coast of the Island, right next to Kalafatis, bordered by Divounia hill. Quiet and beautiful, provides you with only the necessary lounge chairs, while if you are a fan of beach volley, you can play at the beach volley court behind the reeds.
Panormos is a north beach located en route to Agios Sostis Beach, after driving through the countryside passing the Marathi Water Reservoir. The sea can be a little rough when the north wind blows, but you can still find a bit of protection to lay your towel and work on your tan.