Luxury relaxation and comfort in Mykonos
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Mykonos Destination Guide
Mykonos is famous for being the location of the battle between Zeus and the Titans in Greek mythology. It is also known for having the earliest dated object (670 BC) depicting the Trojan Horse during the Trojan War. It is these facts that lead many holiday makers looking for a special heritage getaway to Greece.
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Those looking for a luxury city escape in Mykonos need look no further. With clear blue seas, golden beaches and warm weather most of the year, it’s no wonder Mykonos is a top holiday destination in the Mediterranean. Originally a fishing village, the town epitomises Greek tradition with whitewashed cube buildings and blue roofs.
With its windmills and red-roofed churches the town oozes culture, enhanced by its many museums and points of historical interest.
- EATING AND DRINKING
The Greeks like to eat a lot, so you’ll have no problem finding somewhere to try the delicacies. Here’s our pick of the best places in town:
Alexis restaurant in Mykonos is a perfect place to dine in real traditional Greek style while enjoying the beautiful view of the sunset over Delos.
- Avra (The Breeze)-
This restaurant serves excellent food with proficient service and intimate ambiance. It is bound to satisfy even the most demanding customers.
With home-made food from a selection of cultures this restaurant aims to please all. From Greece to Indonesia, these organic dishes and selective wines will leave you feeling fit to burst.
- Fokos Restaurant-
Located on the beach, this restaurant features traditional greek fare, unique salads, grilled meats, fresh fish and homemade desserts.
- CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
Being a Greek island means that there are plenty of cultural sites to visit. From Greek mythology to present day sites Mykonos has them all.
- Mykonos Windmills-
Built in the 16th century these windmills are one of Mykonos' most iconic landmarks.
- Little Venice-
The buildings here have been constructed right on the sea's edge with their balconies overhanging the water. Even in Greece, you get a taste of Italy!
This church is one of the most famous architectural constructions in Greece. It actually consists of five small churches making one large one, and is world renowned thanks to many famous photographs.
- Archaeological Museum-
To learn a bit more about Greek history visit this museum. It is home to marble sculptures, ceramics and jewellery recovered from the islands of Delos, Renia and Mykonos.
- THINGS TO DO
Despite being a small island, there is still so much to see and do. Here's our pick of the best things to do on your stay:
- Delos Island
This tiny island was sacred to the ancient Greeks, and according to mythology Apollo was born here. Today the remains of an ancient sanctuary and a theatre remain, perfect viewing for sightseeing.
- Petros the Pelican
The Mykonos mascot for the last 50 years! Head to Chora to see this Mykonos superstar in all his feathery glory.
- Kalafati Dive Centre
Why not learn how to dive, or simply snorkel amid the beautiful coral. Mykonos is teaming with thousands of tropical fish, and Kalafati is the best dive school in town!
- Ano Mera
Only a short distance away is the island’s other main town. Home to the two monasteries, this settlement is famous for its intricate marble carvings and massive