Mykonos Town, the Heart of the Island
Mykonos Town, also known as Mykonos Chora, is an amphitheatrically built Cycladic village, sunbathed on the west coast of Mykonos Island.
Gazing for the first time at this iconic paradise of Cyclades, the astonishing atmosphere captures you for a lifetime.
The white washed houses, their blue shutters and the purple hanging bougainvilleas puncturing the alleys, evoke all senses and arouse the highest expectations for treasured holidays.
Visitors who stay in the Center of Mykonos in one of our affordable accommodation proposals have the exclusive opportunity to experience the inner pulse of this towns' distinct vibrant life.
In a walking distance from these ideally located apartments and studios, the heart of Mykonos Chora unveils its famous up-tempo and cosmopolitan character.
This elegant destination is famous for its marvelously immersing sunsets.
People from all over the world spend holidays in Mykonos just to enjoy the irresistible cocktails and excellent dining on the edge of the sea as well as supreme shopping in the surrounding alleys.
The buzzing clubs and bars of this festive area bring out its unique party character till the sun rises.
Their history dates back hundreds of years ago when the grinding of agricultural products was a result of the innovative use of Mykonos wind.
A great number of them have been renovated and occasionally converted to museums so as to spread the essence of the island's history on all visitors spending their Holidays in Mykonos, Greece.
Petros the Pelican
Petros is a vivid proof of locals' hospitality and love for their land.
This central street with the charming small shops and the magnificent Aegean houses are crowded most of the day as it constitutes a vivid piece of Mykonos buzzing atmosphere.
Paraportiani Church, located in the Castle area is a complex of 5 small churches combined into a unique architectural creation, one of the oldest and most important churches in the Aegean Sea.
The Folklore Museum with traditional Cycladic sculptures and the Maritime museum with ship models, old prints and maps.