Things to do in Mykonos

Another Cyclades island of the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is famous for its marvelous beaches and fabulous nightlife. This city is known as "The island of the winds' and is a very friendly tourism city especially for the party people. A lot of churches and landmarks are located in Mykonos too and you have to try their delicious cuisine also. So if you are looking for great times on the beach and unforgettable parties at night, Mykonos is your destination.


Ornos is a small village near Mykonos town with a picturesque location. The beach of Ornos is the center of attraction because it’s filled with young sunbathers, taverns, hotels, restaurants and beach bars. Daily boats are available to take you to other parts of Mykonos.

Lia beach is considered a quiet and peaceful beach with blue waters, white sands and surrounded by rocks. It’s the last beach on the tour from Mykonos and is an ideal place for diving and snorkeling because its surrounded by rocks.This beach is a must-visit place in Mykonos for all the beache lovers.

Tomb of Agamemnon goes back to 1250 BC. It’s an architecture built three thousand years ago constructed during the Bronze Age. Archaeologists who studied this site believe that either Agamemnon or Atreus were buried in this tomb. No treasure of any kind was found inside and is said that it might be robbed during the years.

In 1985, The Aegean Maritime Museum was first opened to the visitors and is a non-profit institution. The purpose of the museum is to show us the forgotten stories of the ancient sailors, the evolution of the maritime life in the Mediterranean Sea.

Most nightlife events are organized in the beach clubs and the well-known are on Paradise beach and Super Paradise beach. Hot parties usually include mixed and gay venues presenting drag queen shows and many more activities and surprises. If you’re a party lover Mykonos is your ideal destination.

Ano Mera is the most crowded village and the oldest in Mykonos. The village offers some elegant hotels and studios for students. Many pastry shops open overnight to serve you traditional sweets and many more souvenir shops that can keep you busy in Ano Mera.