The most famous and cosmopolitan island of Greece, located in the heart of the Cyclades and the Aegean Sea

The island’s capital town, a tribute to Cycladic architecture, spreads out over a wide area with whitewashed houses and colorful doors and window frames, cobblestone narrow streets, churches and bougainvillea trees. It always fascinates its visitors no matter what time of the year it is.

Visit the iconic windmills of Mykonos imposingly perched on a hill overlooking Chora and Alefkandra harbour and admire one of the most scenic and picturesque corners of the island Little Venice (Mikri Venetia), brimming with captains’ mansions perched over the sea, the 18th century quarter, offers breathtaking views and the most spectacular sunsets. Walking deeper in Chora you will admire the traditional Cycladic architecture, the maze of colorful alleyways and cobblestone streets, with the most famous Matoyanni (Matogianni) street.

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