Important places you can see!!!
• Ano Mera Village: About 8 km from Mykonos town is Ano Mera, the most populated village on the island. Consisting of several scattered settlements, having as center the Cloister and the
Panagia Tourliani church.
• Archaeological Museum of Mykonos The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos was built in 1902, in order to house the finds from the "Purification Pit" of 426/5 B.C., which was discovered in 1898 on the islet of Rheneia, by D. Stavropoulos.
• Mykonian Folklore museum -The beneficial to the public institution "Mykonian Folklore Collection" was founded on May 1958. The museum is situated at Castro, in a 18th century building. In there, are exposed museum articles sorted by subject.
• The mykonian Lighthouse called “Armenistis” is located in a traditional building of 19th century, in centre of Mykonos, near to place Three Wells (Tria Pigadia). It is worth visiting cause the scenery around it . From there you may see all the boats arriving and departing Mykonos .Tinos island looks like it is next to you from there .
• “Little Venice” of Mykonos : Where the most western part of the town meets the sea is the area known as "Little Venice". Here the buildings have been constructed right on the sea"s edge with their balconies overhanging the water.
• The Windmills - From as early as the 16th century one of the most recognized landmarks of Mykonos have been the windmills. Due to it"s geographic position, Mykonos was situated on major sea trade-route which at one time joined Venice, the gateway of Europe, to Asia. The need to refine grain and compact it for transport combined with an ample year round supply of wind made Mykonos the perfect location.
• Mykonos Town (Chora) Mykonos Chora is definitely one of the nicest and most charming towns of the Greek islands, with endless small streets, shops, windmills, churches, terraces and whitewashed houses. A place to wonder around for days and every time find something unexpected. Because of the street layout (intended to confuse pirates) it"s also the perfect place to lose your way.
Behind the harbour front you will find endless (and very clean!) shopping streets with souvenirs and jewellery, the hotels and guesthouses, and more restaurants.
► In the evening you will walk the narrow streets of Mykonos harbor where you can just sit and have a drink or something to eat, while enjoying the views and the people that walk by.