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Mykonos Island
 

Mykonos is one of the most beautiful and well known Greek islands. Is part of the Cyclades and at a distance of 96 nautical miles from Piraeus. For decades of years the island is the meeting place of the international jet set and is the -must- for visit of all the Hollywood stars.

Mykonos has its own architecture with picturesque houses some built on the rocks and some on a flat area close one to the other with small rock covered streets between them. These streets welcome the thou-sands of tourists from all over the world to have fun and buy exclusive souvenirs and gold pieces of fine art Mykonos is famous for. If you want to buy cloths designed by famous fashion designers of the world you don't have to visit many places. Just come here.

The cosmopolitan nightlife here is not found in any other place. Music of all kinds, clubs, high-class restaurants and Greek Tavernas are spread all over the city giving the visitor the taste of being in an all time, all year festival.

The Windmills island has many sandy beaches like Plati Gialos, Aghios Stefanos, Psarou etc where you can enjoy swimming in the clear deep blue Aegean sea waters, have a meal in the local color fish taverns and admire the beauty of the nature, very well preserved by local people. You can also visit some of the 365 small churches of the island, all in white in a Cycladic island style.

The Mykonians are like their island. Ready to welcome the visitors, ready to enjoy life together, ready for a -see you soon- at the end of their stay, giving appointment for the next visit. You will love them and have the impression, you have been there before, you know these people for long time. For long or sort visit, Mykonos must be in your itinerary and will give you many good memories.
 
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