Mykonos needs no introduction when it comes to its pulsating nightlife. Numerous bars, clubs and restaurants are ready to welcome every kind of guest. Most of them are located in Chora and stay open until the early morning. The famous area of Little Venice in the Chora offers a more laid back romantic atmosphere, with charming bars and restaurants located right by the sea.
The windmills of Mykonos are the most recognized highlights of the island, located around the island’s port, with seven of the original ten windmills remaining. Due to its geographical position, Mykonos was an important destination along the sea trade route that carried commerce between Asia and Europe which goes some way to explaining the island’s cosmopolitan atmosphere and interesting architecture.
Mykonos has lots to offer visitors with a passion for history, with a large number of churches and monasteries in some amazingly picturesque locations with a unique sea views. Other historical attractions include Mykonos’ Archaeological, Agricultural and Folklore Museums, as well as the neighbouring island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.