Attractions in Mykonos

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Chora

Chora

One of the most picturesque capitals of the Cyclades welcomes you. Put yourself into the labyrinthine alleyways and, if you get lost, keep in mind that all...

Delos

Delos

Legend says that here Leto fled to escape the wrath of Hera and give birth to Apollo and Artemis. Considered one of the brightest parts of the world and was...

Little Venice

Little Venice

It is one of the most romantic places that you have seen in your life and certainly one of the most photographed in the world!

Chora

Mills

One of the most iconic landmarks of the island, which every visitor hurries to capture!

Little Venice

Pelican

Although the famous pelican named Petros died in 1985, still all the visitors look out for the bird, which is the trademark of Mykonos and walks freely in...

Chora

Meletopoulos' Garden

In the heart of Chora, just a few minutes from Little Venice, a lush garden full of palms, pines and impressive cactuses has emerged in 2012 to become a...

Chora

Lena's House

Only a few people know that in Chora is a historic middle-class house that has been converted into a museum.

Ano Mera

Ano Mera

Ano Mera is the only village of the island and is located about 10 minutes drive from the city.

Chora

Aegean Maritime Museum

Located in Chora, next to Lena’s house, it covers the naval history of the island.

Chora

Quaint Churches

Scattered throughout the island, and "dressed" in white, are small and quaint churches which pop up in front of you and call you to photograph them.

Gialos

Gialos

It's the first thing you will see as you pass the "gates" of Chora and is considered as the ideal spot for early birds.

Chora

Paraportiani Church

A snow-white church, which is featured on postcards and causes awe with its elegance, attracts the attention of all those who lay their eyes upon it.

Chora

Three Wells

In Chora just where the Astra Bar is, in the extension of Enoplon Dinameon road, you will see three wells.

Chora

Bonis' Windmill

Bonis' Windmill is located on the way to Ano Miloi and is the only one of its kind accessible to the public.

Agios Stefanos

Armenistis Lighthouse

From 1890 until today, at Cape Armenistis operates the namesake lighthouse which for decades has been inextricably linked with the history of the island.