Mykonos is a Greek island and one of the top international tourist destinations, famous around the globe for its cosmopolitan character and its intense nightlife. Famous in the last decades from the international jet set visitors that have spent here their holidays.
Mykonos beaches are magnificent and are concentrated mostly in the southern side of the island. Here you can choose whether to relax yourself and enjoy the great sea, or to stay in the middle of the crowd and start partying in the afternoon. In the first case you’d choose Agrari Beach or Kalafatis Beach, in the second case you’d choose Paradise Beach or Paraga Beach.
Little Venice – Here the buildings have been constructed right on the sea’s edge with their balconies overhanging the water.
Aegean Maritime Museum – Displays models of a collection of ships from the pre-Minoan period through to the 19th century and nautical and ancient artifacts related to the history of shipping on Mykonos.
Archaeological Museum – Houses marble sculptures, ceramics and jewellery recovered from the islands of Delos, Renia and Mykonos.
Paraportiani – One of the most famous architectural structures in Greece. Its name means inner or secondary door which it was to the Medieval stone walls which encircled the area.
The nightlife of Mykonos is marketed as among the best in Europe. Mykonos is rated among the top clubbing destinations in the Mediterranean, along with Ibiza, Ayia Napa and Rimini.Mykonos also attracts world-famous DJs to its clubs and beach bars, the most well-known of which are Paradise, Super Paradise and Paranga.