Mykonos island is part of the Cyclades islands group in the Aegean sea, the most famous and popular Greek island along with Santorini and Crete, and attracts thousands of visitors every year. The Greek island is famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, its gay community and its exciting nightlife which is often compared to Ibiza.
Its architecture is unique with its square white houses some built one next to another and others scattered amongst the hills and mountains, on top of huge rocks or right next to the sea waves; sometimes even built right inside the sea just like the well-known Small Venice where the sunset floods the sky with colors and lights it up with a deeply orange nuance while the sun sinks into the sea. And right above her, four enormous white windmills stand side by side. In the old times they worked hard in order to produce wheat, but today the simply exist making the landscape even more beautiful.
Mykonos also stands out for its numerous dreamy beaches, for everyone’s taste or age; blond sandy beaches and cold crystal aquamarine waters; popular well organized beaches, organized with bars, loud music and crazy parties; nudist beaches, jet-set beaches or even quiet and isolated ones with unwalked sea coasts, without sunbeds or umbrellas; and beaches with dozens of marine sports and diving facilities.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.