Like Kotor, the Greek Island of Mykonos can be enjoyed simply by a stroll through its beautiful streets. With lots of tour options available a visit to the Folklore Museum, Little Venice and the famous Windmills make Mykonos a glorious stop on the Adriatic coast.
Mykonos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Greek Islands. It is well-known for beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, summer party atmosphere, and wild nightlife. It’s the ultimate destination for a whole lot of fun in the sun!
3 things to do in Mykonos
Go beach hopping
The beaches here are gorgeous. Paranga, Paradise, and Super Paradise are the most popular beaches here. Psarou Beach is more laid-back while Elia Beach is the quietest and tame. For wild nights, head to Paradise Beach.
Relax in Little Venice
Because of the houses on the water, this neighborhood is referred to as Little Venice. It’s a nice place to spend some time eating a meal, having a coffee, or browsing one of the many art galleries. During the late afternoon, lots of people file in to have a drink and watch the sunset. There’s a great view of the windmills here too.
Wander Mykonos Town
Mykonos Town, or Chora (which means simply “town” in Greek), is the biggest village on the island. It has those iconic whitewashed homes, picturesque windmills, and narrow footpaths leading to churches and boutique shops. All the cobbled streets are pedestrian-only. There are lots of cafes, restaurants, and bars to discover here so spend some time strolling around.