The best spots in Mykonos Town
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The best spots in Mykonos Town

Cyclades ● Little Venice ● Mykonos ● 15 May 2017
 

Mykonos Town is one of the most beautiful towns in Cyclades. Whitewashed houses, windmills, narrow cobblestone streets with local shops, squares with traditional taverns, restaurants and bars, promenades by the sea and an amazing Cycladic atmosphere make the Chora of Mykonos one of the best things you can do and see in Mykonos. These are the top spots in Mykonos Town, which will make you adore the island. Orientation in the labyrinth of the narrow streets of Mykonos Town is difficult, so keep in mind these districts that will help you find everything you want.

1. Little Venice

In Little Venice (Mykonos), fishing houses line the waterfront with their balconies hanging over the sea, creating the most romantic spot of Mykonos Town, which reminds of Venice, in Italy. Cocktail bars and restaurants by the sea are ideal for relaxing before the big party begins. Scarpa and Caprise are the most popular bars in Little Venice (Mykonos). Things there are calmer, but there is always the possibility, as with every place in Mykonos, that a party starts out of nowhere.


2. Windmills

The Windmills (Mykonos) are standing at the highest point of Mykonos Town, with a magnificent view of the Aegean Sea and the whole island. The Windmills (Mykonos) are well-preserved, being a vivid sample of the Cycladic architecture. Taking photos at this spot is a must to remember the unforgettable moments of your vacations.


3. Matoyiannia

Matoyianni Street (Mykonos) is the main street of a complex of pebbled streets that make Mykonos worldwide famous. Here, is the center of nightlife in Mykonos with numerous clubs and bars for a convenient bar-hopping with lots of drinks and the sound of techno, house, pop and Greek music until late the next morning. Elegant shops, restaurants from many cuisines, boutiques and wonderful squares make Matoyianni Street (Mykonos) a spot in Mykonos Town not only for dancing and drinking, but also for walking, shopping and meeting new people all day long.


4. Old Port

Old Port Mykonos is actually the waterfront site of Mykonos Town, next to Little Venice (Mykonos) and under the Windmills (Mykonos). The advantage of this spot is that it combines everything. Here, you can find cafés to have breakfast, shops with souvenirs, traditional taverns as well as some of the most famous clubs of the island. The promenade also by the sea is not as crowded as in Matoyianni Street (Mykonos), giving you the opportunity for a relaxing stroll, eating souvlaki or an ice cream.


Where to Stay

Hotel in Mykonos, Greece Thomas Hotel
Thomas Hotel
Drakouri Area, 84600 Mykonos, Greece

Thomas Hotel is situated 2.5 km away from Mykonos town in Drakouri area. The main port of Mykonos is 3 km away while the airport is at 3.5 km.#


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