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
Originally built in 1542 the symbolism of this monastery is not something to miss for anyone who wants to experience its sacred history. Stooped in tradition this monastery draws people
Erected in 1902, the museum was initially used to preserve vestiges which dated back to 425BC. Following the unearthing of the pit 1898, which was uncovered from Scholar D. Stavropoulos
One the most readily distinct features about Mykonos are the windmills scattered about the island’s landscape. Renowned for their stark white color, spherical shapes, and pointy roofs, each...
A trip to the center of Mykonos is a lesson in life at its finest. The interweaving and zigzagging alleys are by themselves, a rare spectacle of Cycladic architecture that
Sitting on a hill above the village Ano Mera, the castle ruins were originally built by a Venetian family to keep watch over the village. During this time the Gyzi