What do holidays in Mykonos mean? A luxurious Mykonean stay, award-winning restaurants, cosmopolitan vibes, a crazy party scene, amazing Mykonos beaches. The holiday experience goes to another level in this popular gay-friendly destination! Famous for its minimal Cycladic architecture, Mykonos is full of traditional whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches. The trademark of the island, though, is the beautiful traditional windmills in front of Little Venice, where you can also enjoy the magical sunset and capture the colorful light washing up the island’s Chora (main town). Pure bliss!
Little Venice for sunset
Little Venice is one of the most romantic places in Mykonos. This neighborhood is replete with elegant and gorgeous old houses that are situated precariously on the edge of the sea. Many discerning travelers in the past
have fallen in love with this charming quarter to its magnetic appeal. Quite amazing are the sunset views from Little Venice. The whitewashed buildings against the backdrop of the azure blue Aegean Sea is simply marvelous. The air of nonchalance that prevails in Little Venice disarms the most discerning of travelers.
Stroll around Mykonos Town
The Town of Mykonos, called Chora by the locals, is a typical Cycladic village built amphitheatrically. It has whitewashed cubic houses with wooden coloured doors, windows and balconies, narrow streets forming a
labyrinth, beautiful churches, lovely chapels and purple bougainvilleas contrasting with the bright white of the buildings’ walls. The heart of the island is closed to traffic during most of the day which makes the walk among the cobbled streets truly great, especially during the early morning. The main town can be walked all on foot.
Agios Sostis Beach
Agios Sostis is among the quietest beaches of the island due to its location, a bit far from the popular southern beaches of Mykonos. This is an unspoiled area without any kind of amenities, a characteristic that creates to
visitors a feeling of total freedom. The beach stretches for about 250 meters and visitors go down a small path to reach Agios Sostis.