There is plenty to see on the island. One of the most picturesque and famous corners of the island is Little Venice. Mansions with wooden balconies built next to the sea, literally bordering the sea. Across from Little Venice, the historical windmills gazing the Sea. The church of Panagia Paraportiani, the Town Hall and the castle situated on a hill above the harbor are some of the boasting places. At Gialos, the small port of the Chora, farmers and fishermen sell their fresh products to residents and tourists of the island. There are several cafes, and traditional coffee houses where you can try our traditional Greek coffee and meet the island’s mascot, Petros Pelekanos. You can also visit the Archaeological, folklore and the Maritime Museum..
This beautiful village is a few kilometres from the capital. It is worth taking a walk in the streets, to taste local recipes in taverns around the village square, to visit the historic monastery of Panagia Tourliani and discover the north-eastern beaches of Mykonos.
Finally, you should not forget to travel to one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece; the mythical, sacred island of Delos, where the god Apollo was born. A great, historical place an open museum that you should not neglect visiting.
Sailing, surfing, tennis, mini golf, beach volley, Jet Ski, parasailing, scuba diving are some of the activities you can enjoy while on the island