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Little Venice is the most romantic place in Mykonos. Here the buildings have been constructed right on the sea’s edge with their balconies overhanging the water. During the 16th and 17th century pirating was common and it is believed this area was used for the necessary quick loading and unloading of goods.
Mykonos beaches are famous all around the world, offering all sorts of entertainment. You can combine swimming, sports and leisure. Super Paradise and Paradise are the top and most famous beach in Cyclades islands. Agios Sostis with an endless golden shore and crystal clear waters is ideal for swimming. If you are a lover of sports, visit Platys Gialos, with all the appropriate infrastructures for water sports. The beach of Agios Ioannis gained international fame, when the Hollywood movie Shirley Valentine was shot there. All around the island you will find short and extended shores, organized beaches and virgin coasts,…

About Mykonos

In the middle 60's Mykonos was already the favourite travel destination of celebrities from the international jet set. During the 70's, 80's, 90's Mykonos became fashionable for every artist, politician or businessman of that time. Important personalities like Aristoteles Onasis, Maria Kallas, Tzaki Kennedy - Onasi, Brigit Bardo, Zan Moro and Grace Kelly are some of the celebrities that visited this Aegean island in regular bases. Mykonos is no longer a fashionable place, but a stable value. Many Greek celebrities have chosen to build their rural houses in the island in order to make strong connections with Mykonos. But what,…
While you’re out strolling, don’t be surprised if you come across the official mascot of Mykonos Greece, which is nothing other than a Pelican! Petros (Peter) the pelican was found by a fisherman after a storm in 1954, and eventually became the locals’ companion. When he died, the grief for his loss was so deep that a replacement was soon found. In honor of Petros, the locals have established a long tradition of pelicans wandering around the waterfront as an essential part of everyday life!