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Mykonos

The queen of the Cyclades

Mykonos or the Island of the Winds is the place where tourists can live the holidays of their dreams. Life begins early in the morning, discovering the numerous beaches of the island and in the evening most visitors enjoy walking leisurely in the main town or having a cocktail and chilling.

If you consider travelling to the Island of the Winds you should know that you can visit a different beach every day, either an organized one or a wild one.-You will have the chance to enjoy the best blue –green waters regardless of the budget. Those who want it can simply take their beach towel and go look for a wild beach free of any sunbeds or beach bars. On the other hand they could just spend all day on a sun lounger and get up only after the sunset.

One can experience the most beautiful sunset in Little Venice or at the Lighthouse. Some of the most instagram friendly spots in Mykonos is the windmills and Little Venice.

As far as beaches are concerned, make sure you visit Ornos, Ftelia, Kalo Livadi, Elia, and in case you prefer a wild beach we suggest Fokos, Myrsini, Loulos and Choulakia.

Last, but not least, Ano Mera is considered the most attractive village on the island.

  • The windmills of Mykonos
  • Little Venice
  • The Lighhouse
  • Delos
  • Rineia
  • Chora Mykonou
  • Ano Mera
  • Portes (Doors)
  • Panormos
  • Ftelia
  • Agios Ioannis
  • Fokos
  • Elia
  • Agios Stefanos
  • Folklore Museum of Mykonos
  • Aegean Maritime Museum

Mykonos is an island of the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Cycladic Archipelago. The capital of the island is Chora and it lies in the west part of the island. Mykonos has a population of 10,134 inhabitants according to the census of 2011. Its surface reaches 86,125 square kms and the length of its shore is of 89 kms. It is one of the first Greek islands that developed as a tourist destination. As early as the 60’s lots of tourists used to flood the island.

 

  HOW TO GET TO MYKONOS

  -From Piraeus port

By speedboat: Daily dipartures (approximately 3,5 hous)

By regular boat: Daily dipartures (aproximately 5,5 hours)

 

 -From Rafina port

By speedboat: Daily dipartures (approximately 3 hous)

By regular boat: Daily dipartures (aproximately 5 hours)

 

 -From Crete island (Heraklio & Rethymno)

By speedboat: Daily dipartures (approximately 5,5 hous)

By regular boat: Daily dipartures (aproximately 6,5 hours)

 

There is a frequent connection

  • With the islands: Syros, Tinos,  Andros, Paros, Naxos, Koufonisia, Ios, Santorini, Amorgos, Folegandros, Sifnos 
  • With the islands of the North Aegean: Ikaria, Samos, Mytilene, Chios, Fournoi and the port of Kavala

 

Police Station: +30 22890 22716
Tourist Police: +30 22890 22482
Port Authority of Mykonos: +30 22890 22218
Port Authority of Piraeus: +30 210 4172675
Port Authority of Rafina: +30 22943 21202
Municipality of Mykonos: +30 22890 22201  +30 22890 23988
Airport: +30 22890 79000
Buses(KTEL): +30 22890 23360
Taxi: +30 2289 023700  +30 22890 22400
Health Center: +30  2289 023998 +030 22890 23994
Archaeological Museum of Mykonos: +30 22890 22325
Archaeological Museum of Dilos: +30 22890 22259
Folklore Collection of Mykonos: +30 22890 22591
Aegean naval Museum: +30 22890 22700
Cultural Center of Mykonos: +30 22890 28636
Library: +30 22890 22614

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