第二号爱人I didn't expect to have such a place in the city center, the traffic is easy to come to, here is really special beautiful, and the downstairs another noisy completely different, and the set here is really like, very Greek style.
山水人生The ferry boat takes about 40 minutes to reach the third stop, Super Paradise Beach. We disembark here. Because there is no dock and the boat is moored nearby, we have to go into the water barefoot with slippers, so we were accidentally forced to come to the Greek Aegean Sea. A close encounter. The sea is not cool, but there are still few people who go to the sea to enjoy the sun. Most of them pay to sunbathe on the beach chairs. There are also many tourists who don’t have to pay to spread their own blankets on the beach and enjoy free sunbathing. We walked halfway along the beach, and the sand at the back was relatively thick, so we went ashore to dry our feet and put on shoes to continue the tour. This beach is not big, but it is deeper in a bay, so the sea in the bay is calmer. There are several restaurants on the shore that are very distinctive. Some are condescending, although there is no beach, but they are also beautiful. Since the earliest boat returning from Super Paradise Beach was at 2 pm, we had three hours to relax here, so after going around the beach, we took a seat at a bar at the end. Spend 6 euros to buy a cup of coffee and a cup of hot tea, mainly to be able to relax on the sofa chair located at a high place and watch the beach scenery. Such leisurely and luxurious tourism projects are rare in our previous records. In fact, we should adapt to this slow-paced tourist life as soon as possible. Traveling is not only about watching scenic spots, but also necessary to relax in the natural scenery. The location of this bar is very good, but the service is really not very good. The teabag only gives a cup of boiling water and can't refill it. The so-called Greek coffee seems to be very muddy coffee grounds. Fortunately, our purpose is to rest their seats.
第二号爱人Loved the water view, didn't think this place is really good, even in the hot summer, can feel cool here, the landscape is really good, easy to get out of the block, the food here is particularly good, Service is also good, can take many good pictures here at will.
第二号爱人In such an environment, still have to bring children, if the waiter here is really good, this is a very suitable place for taking pictures, is a very easy to come out of the location, is too much like.
01234567890liElea white beach, located at the southern tip of island of mykonos can face to face with the Aegean sea. North there is a lot of beach resort, but also make it became a popular leisure vacation place. Sandy beach and delicate, clear water, foreign tourists like to sunbathe in here.
If you've been to Venice, you might be a little disappointed here because Mykonos' "Little Venice" isn't the same. Please don't be discouraged and start walking from the windmill and head to the beachfront through every bar and restaurant area. You can get a feel for the place by exploring. Be prepared for sticker shock as the price is quite high on the water. We avoided eating here and moved further into town for a more affordable option. The sunset is worth watching and if the mood is right grab a drink. Walk through the narrow white lane and get lost. You will soon return to a familiar place. It's fun exploring Mykonos Town and Little Venice!
According to myth, Mykonos was created in the Gigantomachy, the war between Zeus and the Giants. Zeus’ son Hercules eventually killed the Giants, which he threw into the sea; the giants turned into stone and created what is now Mykonos. The island was named after its first ruler, Mykonos, who was (depending on the source) either the son of the King of nearby Delos Island or the son or grandson of Apollo. The island Delos, just a short ferry away, was believed to be the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis.
Mykonos was first settled by the Carians from southwest Anatolia, followed by the Ionians, Romans, Byzantines, Catalans, Venetians, and the Ottomans. Mykonos has historically been a poor island, reliant on sailing, fishing, and textiles, and was almost completely abandoned after WWI. Tourism later came to dominate the economy around the mid-twentieth century, owing initially to the archaeological excavation of Delos. Mykonos is now among the richest islands in Greece and the world.
Mykonos has a shorter travel season than nearby Santorini. Hotels in Mykonos tend to open later in spring and close earlier in the fall. The best time to visit Mykonos for good weather, nightlife, swimming, sunbathing, and sailing is from late June to early September. If swimming and hot weather are not a necessity and you’re more interested in sightseeing, history, dining, and archaeology then late April, May, and October are also great.
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If the mention of Mykonos doesn’t immediately bring to mind bright white buildings, turquoise skies and tanned bodies lining golden sandy beaches, you’ve been living under a rock.
The most popular Greek Island in the Aegean Sea is all about energy and attracts a diverse and upscale crowd that thrives on its stylish nightlife.
During the day some privacy can be had in the more secluded north beaches, but the south beaches are all party.
Ski, jet-ski, windsurf, horseback ride, parasail or just save up your energy for the evening ahead, like most of your fellow travelers in Mykonos.
Yes, Mykonos Island is probably one of the best in the world. It’s located in Greece and you can easily find direct flight from Italy, Hungary, France, Spain and etc. I recommend you to get hosted in Mykonos Villa for the first nights and then one of the south beach for the rest of the trip. The beaches are beautiful with very blue water and very smooth sand. My favorites beaches are: Super Paradise Beach, Elia Beach and Paradise Beach. Book your flight now! It will be the best time of your life! 🥳
This is definitely the best bar in Mykonos. Just search for “Jackie O’”. We were there 3 times and we can’t wait to be BACK! it’s so beautiful and comfortable. They have an amazing pool and amazing sea view. The music is so great. 👏🏻 We had so much fun! I highly recommend you to taste their chicken with avocado. 🤤 You can easily reach there by foot once your are in Super Paradise beach. Book your trip now!
Feels good to come back to Mykonos after few years. Great to see everything is back to normal in here. #mykonos #greece #tripcom
Mykonos is greece island that offer magnifique views and all buildings and things look like luxurious and the city is full colors white and some blue ,you can take relax and be comfortable.there are many restaurants offer with excellent chefs nice foods.you can walk in the city to views all architecture and design ,it is nice to visit.
It’s an ark of history, floating lazily on the waters of the Aegean Sea, just a few miles away from cosmopolitan Mykonos. It’s a chance to walk around the revival of the glory of the Greek civilization. It’s the head priest of the Cyclades, the birthplace of the immortals. It’s Delos.
In the ancient times, the myth of god Apollo, god of light, and goddess Artemis having been born there rendered the island sacred: no mortal would ever be allowed to be born on its land. But, a cradle of gods as the island has been, no mortals would ever be allowed to die on it either. So, apart from it being a conspicuous religious and economic centre, the island had also been exclusive in that: even during the years of peak of the Delian Alliance, women on the brink of childbirth and people close to dying would be carried to the neighbouring island of Rineia. The whole of the known world of that age was aware of the sacredness of the island and of its uniqueness.
Nowadays, Delos reserves its uniqueness to the know world: nowhere else in the Globe is there a natural insular archaeological site of this size and importance. No other island on Earth hosts so many monumental antiquities from the Archaic, the Classical, and the Hellenistic periods, i.e. the centuries of the great Greek art, on a territory used exclusively as an archaeological site. Delos is not a museum; Delos is not there to tell a story. Delos is history itself.
Visitors coming from the neighbouring islands are not there on an educational trip; they have rather embarked on a lifetime experience. And, as if by magic, the sacredness of the island lives on: the multitudes of people, who flock to share the island’s uniqueness, can do nothing but just visit it. The archaeological experience is the one and only activity the island is about. Its enchanting landscape is home to nobody. History is thus repeating itself: in a place of such importance, no person is ever born or dies.
Mykonos is a top Greece destination, where all the fun happens!
What do holidays in Mykonos mean? Luxurious Mykonos hotels, award-winning restaurants, cosmopolitan vibes, a crazy party scene, amazing Mykonos beaches...We could go on forever! Greece holidays 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!
Located in the center of the Cyclades island group, Mykonos is one of the most famous Greek islands for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and vivid nightlife! No wonder why it’s widely known as the “Ibiza of Greece”! Mykonos holiday is an experience of a lifetime and there’s a whole heap of amazing things to do in Mykonos. Marvel the amazing sunset from Little Venice Mykonos, stroll around the narrow paved streets of Chora, enjoy your stay at the luxurious Mykonos hotels, dance the day away at epic beach parties and swim at the exotic Mykonos beaches. When the sun goes down, join the nightlife scene of the island and party all night long at the legendary Mykonos clubs!
What’s more, Mykonos is the most popular gay-friendly destination in Greece. The island welcomes every year many LGBTQ tourists, who choose Mykonos for their holidays!
Chora, the main town of Mykonos, is where the heart of the island beats! Awarded Mykonos restaurants, designer boutiques, elegant bars, and top clubs, guarantee an unforgettable Greece holidays experience!
And what can we say about Mykonos beaches? They are simply unique! With emerald, azure or deep blue waters, pebbly or sandy, the island has epic beaches for every taste! Mykonos holidays experience will definitely be one to remember!