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Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos is a gorgeous island with many small bays and a pretty coastline. It features many excellent beaches and two stunning lookout points. The main focal point of the town is the harbor and its main square. Not far from town are the Mykonos windmills, which are an iconic feature of this island. South of the windmills is a trendy district known as Little Venice, because its balconied buildings back onto the water. In the center of the island is a reservoir lake that attracts flocks of migrating birds.


Dotted with whitewashed buildings and vibrant bougainvillea this port is a gem surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea. This island is hugely popular so is best visited in the spring and fall when there are fewer visitors and the temperatures are comfortable.


Unlike most traditional ports in Greece Mykonos can be an eye-opener. It can surprise even the savviest traveler with its hundreds of churches and nude beaches. Fashion models flock here and the food and shopping are better than almost anywhere else in Greece.


Visiting during the daytime allows visitors to enjoy a more traditional Greek island experience. Strolling down narrow streets with stunning bright colored bougainvillea, clematis and geraniums cascading down from the wooden balconies make this a favorite port for most who visit.


Always pop inside the churches and chapels since most are tiny, peaceful places with interesting architecture and fascinating artifacts. Just outside the main town are superb beaches and interesting rock formations.