Mykonos: Dolce Vita Spot
This Greek island doesn’t need a special presentation or advertising. Its name is synonymous with fashionable and prestigious holidays. This is really one of the most famous islands, not only in Greece, but also worldwide. Mykonos managed to preserve its pristine natural beauty and at the same time became the center of fashionable life of the Mediterranean: a unique combination possible, perhaps, only in Greece.
Mykonos: the Living Legend
The island keeps many secrets and mysteries, attracting visitors from all over the world. Its natural beauty, a well-developed infrastructure and a variety of hotels of different categories guarantee unforgettable vacations. The residents of the island are known for their friendliness and courtesy, kindness and cheerful disposition. And how could it be otherwise, if they live in this amazing corner of the world!
Mykonos is part of the archipelago in the Aegean Sea and is located close to the islands of Tinos, Syros, Paros, Niksos.
The island’s history is lost deep in the ancient centuries: the Ionians lived in Mykonos in the 11th century BC. In is built amphitheatrically: picturesque streets are winding down the slope, but the island’s capital – Chora, is situated on the plain. The Byzantine church of Panagia Paraportiani – Mykonos most beautiful cathedral, is located near the port, from which you can sail to Delos – an island where, according to legend, the gods Apollo and Artemis were born. Today Delos is interesting as a scenic area and an open-air museum.