• Paradise
    During the 60’s the beach welcomed the hippies, today it welcomes a large number of tourists of all kinds!
  • Mykonos Town (Chora)
    Mykonos town is the capital of the island and the first image one faces when he is visiting Mykonos...
  • Super Paradise (Plintri)
    Perhaps the most famous beach on the island, which was since the 50's popular and eccentric.
  • Ano Mera / Meria
    Ano Mera is another traditional village of Mykonos. It is located in the eastern part of the island plateau and is one of the larger villages...
  • Platis Gialos
    Platis Gialos is a seaside resort with many hotels, restaurants and taverns. The beach is flooded with umbrellas and sun beds.
  • Agios Ioannis
    The village of Agios Ioannis (St. John) is yet another coastal settlement. Many large hotels of Mykonos...
  • Psarou
    Sheltered beach which is located in the bay before the beach of Platis Gialos. The decade of the 80 stands...
  • Delos island
    The island of Delos is situated between Mykonos, Tinos and Syros. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of the God of light Apollo...
  • Fokos
    The beach of Foko distinguished from the homonymous dam. It's a different beach, quiet, sandy...
  • Psarou

    Psarou is part of a bay and is located at its deepest point. It is a coastal village and its beach is one of the busiest...

  • Lia or Lyia
    A beach with natural beauty surrounded by rocks, quiet and organized. It is a perfect destination for families and large groups.
  • Ornos
    Ornos is located north of Chora, next to the bay with the same name. A desalination plant as well as the Municipal stadium...
  • Agia Anna
    The beach of Agia Anna took its name from the chapel located there. It is a small, quiet, non-organized beach with clear waters.
  • Agios Stefanos
    Another seaside village is that of Agios Stefanos (St. Stephen). It is located north of Chora (Mykonos Town) and is built...
  • Agios Ioannis
    The beach of Agios Ioannis (St. John) is located on the southwestern part of the island. It is a sandy beach ideal for families.
  • Platys Gialos
    Leaving the town towards the south of the island, visitors will come across a bay, consisting of smaller creeks...
  • Tourlos

    Tourlos is nowadays the modern port of Mykonos. It is a small village close to the town with a small beach...

  • Agios Stefanos
    The beach of Agios Stefanos is located in the western part of Mykonos. The settlement is uphill towards the slope, where you have views of Tinos....
  • Agios Sostis
    A beautiful beach which is only accessible by car. Agios Sostis is a pristine beach in the Panormos bay.
  • Agrari
    Agragri is a vast, isolated beach with clear blue waters. The beach is accessible by boat (from Platis Gialos)...
  •  Elia (Olive)
    Fine sand, clear waters and lots of people! Elia is a nudist and homosexual beach. The beach offers sunbeds, taverns, bars and watersports.
  • Kalafatis
    On the eastern side dominates the beach of Kalafatis. On this beach you can combine it all together; good food...
  • Kalo Livadi
    One of the most famous beaches of the southern part of the island is the one of Kalo Livadi
  • Kapari
    A beach for few distinguished people!! To approach it, you will have to become a climber for a while, since you will have to get past some rocks.
  • Korfos
    Just 2.5 km away from the Chora lays the beach of Korfos. Unfortunately it is not suitable for swimming because of prevailing winds.
  • Megali Ammos (Great sand)
    A few steps from the town center of Chora you will face the beach of Megali Ammos (Great sand). Characteristic of the beach are the strong...
  • Ornos
    Ornos is a picturesque village with a small sheltered bay in which they tie small fisher boats. It is one of the most popular tourist resorts.
  • Panormos
    The beach is spread over a long distance and is characterized by its turquoise waters. Even if not organized, there are some...
  • Paragka
    The story of the Paranga beach starts in the 60’s. Since those days it was one of the most popular beaches of Mykonos.
  • Ftelia
    Βόρεια του όρμου του Πανόρμου βρίσκεται η παραλία της Φτελιάς. Ήσυχη, μη οργανωμένη παραλία με άμμο, η οποία μοιάζει...
  • Archaeological Museum of Mykonos
    The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is located in the old port and was built in early 1902.
  • Folklore Museum (House of the Castle)
    The Folklore Museum is located in the Castle and is one of the oldest buildings on the island, dating from the Byzantine era....
  • Archaeological Site Ftelia
    The Archaeological Site of Ftelia consists of an ancient settlement in the 5th century BC. There lies a settlement of the Late Neolithic era.
  • Maritime Museum
    The Maritime Museum is located in the center of Chora, on the location of the three wells in a traditional Cycladic building of the 19th century...
  • Agricultural Museum

    The Agricultural Museum is located at the upper mills and is an outdoor museum.

  • Boni’s Mill

    The Boni Mill is the main focus of Agricultural Museum, located in the Three Wells.

  • Lena’s House

    Lena’s House is a traditional home of the 19th century. It took its name from the owner, Lena Skrivanou.

  • Church of Paraportiani
    Paraportiani is an architectural complex of time and humans, dating between the 16th and 17th century...
  • Little Venice
    Little Venice is a picturesque neighborhood of Mykonos. The houses seem as if they are build on the sea, since the tides lick buildings.
  • Town Hall
    The Town Hall of Mykonos is housed in a classic two-storey 18th century building with a tiled roof.

  • Monastery of Paleokastro
    The Monastery of Paleokastro is built north of Ano Mera, on the hill where once a medieval castle....
  • Public Library
    The Public Library is housed in a 18th century mansion in the Agia Kyriaki area and was founded in August 1917.
  • Monastery of Virgin Tourliani
    The Monastery of Virgin Tourliani is located around the village of Ano Mera and founded in 1542..
  • The Windmills of Mykonos
    The Lower Mills are by the sea, southeast of the country. They are white and sea oriented.
  • Virgin Mary of the Rosary, Catholic Church of Mykonos
    At the Alefkandras square stands the Catholic Church of Mykonos, so that Catholic tourists visiting....
  •  The Pelican of Mykonos
    The Pelican is the "mascot" of the island and is walking undisturbed in streets, squares and harbors.
  • Church of Life Giving Spring (Cathedral)
    The Church of Life Giving Spring is also called Church of Great Virgin Mary, since its the largest church in Chora and its Cathedral.
  • Matogianni
    The Matogianni is the busiest backstreet of Mykonos and the most famous market of the island.
  • Other religious sites
    Other churches on Mykonos is the Monastery - Castle of Agios Panteleimon, which was founded in the 17th century...
  • Other attractions
    There are various monuments which are scattered on the island, like the preserved chapls of Drafaki, the vaulted tomb of the Mycenaean period at Vrisi.
  • Municipal Art Gallery
    The Municipal Art Gallery was formerly the home of the famous Mykonian painter Mary Inglessi.
  • House of Culture & Tradition Studies
    In January 2010 Panagiotis Kousathanas donated to the Municipality of Mykonos the Library Panagiotis Kousathanas.

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