Things to See
Between its museums, historical sites and beautiful beaches, Mykonos is a dream holiday destination. You will soon find there are plenty of activities available, but we have selected the ones that we feel you should not miss.
Delos Island, combined with a visit to the uninhabited islands of Rhenia, where four pristine sandy beaches offer shelter from the buzzing Mykonos beach life.
Little Venice is a romantic and pretty area close to the sea and best known for its quaint, medieval houses. Don’t forget to visit the famous Mykonos windmills, set on a small hill, a short walk away from Little Venice.
Explore the streets of Mykonos town and the church of Paraportiani. Located in the centre of Chora, this church is a visual feast: a cluster of four smaller ones with indiscernible partitions.
"Armenistis Lighthouse", built in 1891 and still in working order, offers stunning views from the top (accessible by a slightly rickety ladder).
If you decide to explore the area, you’ll find plenty of choices at Ano Mera which is at the centre of the island with several tavernas and restaurants.
This lovely, sandy beach is a mere stone’s throw from the hotel. The clean, shallow waters of this natural bay and fine golden sand make it popular among swimmers and sunbathers alike. Beach facilities include sunbeds, umbrellas, a variety of watersports equipment available to rent, cafés, a large waterfront tavern and parking
Kalo Livadi: Located at the lower end of a long open valley, Kalo Livadi is part of a group of southern beaches.
Agios Ioannis and Kapari: Possibly the island’s most beautiful beaches. While located on the southwest coast near Mykonos town, they’re not as easily accessible as the others so have fewer crowds. Both have fine, soft sand, and stellar views of Delos Island.