Mykonos, an island located at the heart of Cyclades, is a unique destination for Summer Holidays.

The lovers of pristine beaches, exceptional architecture and night-life, along with delightful food can spend beautiful and relaxing holidays in Mykonos.
Glare light, history, tradition, crystal-clean waters, pure north wind and distinctive architecture, in combination with night-life, make Mykonos a special destination, picturesque and charming, cosmopolitan, eager to meet the highest demands and all tastes.
The island’s Chora is decorated with snow-white small houses, whitewashed paved narrow streets, berms and colourful doors and windows. Walking around the complicated alleys you can go sightseeing, visit museums, stores, restaurants and meet the island’s mascot Peter the Pelican.
The central street of the town, and the most commercial one, Matogianni Street, joins the area of Yalos (the front coast of Mykonos Town) to the very special area of Little Venice underneath the Windmills area, where you can enjoy delicious cocktails in the wonderful colors of the sunset.
Despite the intense tourist development of Mykonos, the visitors, wherever they found themselves, can see cottages, chapels, windmills, unique landscapes and wonderful beaches. Snow-white houses, dovecotes, dry-stone walls and prickly pear plants adorn the scenery while the island’s beaches are plenty, some crowded and some isolated.
Strangers, celebrities and local people mingle and, according to their mood, get lost in such a small but full of indulges Aegean island.

In the distance, the archaeological island of Delos, just one nautical mile away, offers the visitors the ability to visit an archaeologic site of great importance.
After all, Mykonos’ promotion to a popular destination is due to Delos Island.