Little Venice in Mykonos is well known for its zigzagging narrow streets, and walls decorated with flowers and vines. It’s alleys are one of the major hubs in town, where people love to lounge and soak up the sun.
With its 18th-century fishing houses that used to belong to shipping merchants, today these buildings have been replaced with bars and restaurants, and the area exudes both romance and nonchalance.
With overhanging balconies that offer splendid views of the clear blue sea. The evening is a popular time for photographers and many people head down to the shoreline and watch the sunset. Here, the sunrays cascade off the ocean and the sky frequently shines in amazing colors of red and pink.