Within walking distance from the heart of Mykonos
At the heart of Cyclades, with a culture and a civilization going back thousand of years, Mykonos invites you to discover all the fun in life.
It is an island almost totally lacking in vegetation and is famous for its beautiful beaches, its natural beauty, buzzing nightlife and the extremely interesting archaeological site of the island of Delos.

Mykonos is enclosed by numerous beaches all being of a different style, from white sand to golden sand, to pebble beaches. The most fashionable are extremely well organised and equipped but the more secluded and simple beaches can easily be reached, where their natural beauty is totally in tact.
All the beaches are easily accessible by public bus services or by boat.

The colours on Mykonos remain impressed in one’s memory, not only for the sunlight that tinges each tonality of the sky and sea but also for the stark white of the houses with their coloured window frames, the small church domes and the pink pelican that waddles around the town centre.
Mykonos town centre is situated around a bay like an amphitheatre and is a maze of narrow streets, arches and these small houses with their coloured door and window frames, which are typical of the traditional architecture of the Cyclades. It is scattered with an infinite number of tiny Byzantine chapels, ex voto of the island’s sailors or family chapels: one can count about 400 of them.
The area known as Little Venice gives directly on to the sea, its houses with balconies and verandas once allowed the ships’ captains who lived in them to have direct access to their boats. To crown all of this is the island’s distinguishing feature: the characteristic windmills lined up above the town centre.

Today the centre of Mykonos is exclusively pedestrianised and one discovers one shop after the other, bars, restaurants, clubs and discos, where all tourists can assuredly find something for his taste. It is for this reason that Mykonos is frequented by the internationally famous, from TV and film stars to politicians, from those in the fashion world to jet setters. But students and families have also made it their ideal location. At sunset, the excited buzz begins in the labyrinth of narrow streets, all remaining open until the early hours of the morning and even until the first light of dawn. From the local artisan shops to the well known fashion boutiques, from the characteristic Greek tavernas to the more refined international cuisine, from the small typical bars to the larger and more elegant ones: Mykonos has a vast range on offer for all tastes. The is all without forgetting that nature also plays an important role on Mykonos, offering you more that 300 days a year of sunshine.

Delos, the holy island of the ancient Greeks and said to be the birthplace of Apollo, is easily reached from Mykonos. It was the most important religious centre of the Aegean and an important commercial port. Today, its ruins constitute one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, a vast open-air museum. The visit to Delos is unforgettable, particularly in the spring when wildflowers are in bloom.

This is Mykonos...relaxation...entertainment...culture...sun and sea

Major Distances:
  • Mykonos Town 400 meters
  • Bus Station 300 meters
  • Old port 300 meters
  • New Port 1500 meters
  • Airport 3 kilometers
  • Aghios Stefanos beach 1,5 kilometers
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