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Mykonos Greece Map & Mykonos Travel Information, Sightseeing, Museums, Ferries to Mykonos Greece


Mykonos, Greece
GENERAL MYKONOS GREECE TRAVEL INFORMATION:

Introduction

Mykonos Cyclades Greece
Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in the Cyclades cluster, located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, between the islands of Tinos and Naxos. It is a cosmopolitan resort with intense nightlife, and at the same time one of the Cyclades Island which retains its traditional characteristics and charming island features intact. The unique island of Mykonos has an endless coastline, azure waters, rugged landscapes and untrodden spots, creating a spectacular natural environment. During the winter months, Mykonos is a quiet and peaceful island where you can relax in ultimate tranquillity. However, during the summer months, Mykonos converts into an extremely cosmopolitan and much-frequented holiday spot.

Mykonos Greece Area / Population / Capital
Mykonos Greece occupies 88 sq. km in area, it has 6,000 inhabitants and its capital is Mykonos Town or Chora.

Attractions & Sightseeing in Mykonos Greece

Sightseeing in Mykonos Greece:
While vacationing on Mykonos Island, we suggest doing a bit of sightseeing at: The church of Panagia Parportiani, the Municipal Library, the Cathedral, the “Alefkandra” quarters, the charming windmills, the three wells, the neoclassical building of the town hall, the Monastery of Agios Panteleimonas, the artificial lake and the churches of Panachrantos, Agia Kiriaki and Agia Eleni in Mykonos Town. The Monastery of Panagia Tourliani and the Monastery of Paleokastro in Ano Mera. The “Giannaros” Well and the ruins of the three Hellenistic Towers in Platis Gialos.

Museums in Mykonos Greece:
While vacationing in Mykonos Greece we suggest you visit the Archaeological, Folklore and Maritime Museums in Mykonos Town.

Natural Sites in Mykonos Greece:
If you appreciate the beauties of nature you may want to visit the following site while on Mykonos Island:

  • Panormos Bay in Mykonos Town
  • The Divounia region, with its lovely port
 

Sports / Recreation in Mykonos Greece
If you have a boat, you can visit the island of Delos. You can dock your boat in Mykonos Town, Agios Stefanos or Ornos. For malfunctions, you can call the following number: +30 22890 23922.

Entertainment in Mykonos Greece
All over the magical island of Mykonos, in every town, village or settlement, you will find traditional taverns, restaurants, and cafeterias, as well as lively bars and clubs. Mykonos is renowned throughout the world for its stimulating nightlife.

Local Events in Mykonos Greece:
The inhabitants of the island of Mykonos organize festivals in honor of various saints. The most famous festivals are Agia Paraskevi on July 26, Panagia Tourliani on August 15, Agios Ioannis on August 29, Agios Nikolaos on December 6 and Agii Apostoli on June 30.

Major Towns / Cities / Villages in Mykonos Greece
Mykonos Town or Chora, Mykonos Greece
Mykonos Town is a very beautiful settlement, full of whitewashed houses, verdant balconies, narrow uphill alleyways, quaint churches and windmills. Due to its traditional character, the town of Mykonos is preserved and every new building must be built according to the traditional Cycladic style. Mykonos Town is the ideal place for stimulating nights-out including great dining and having fun in some of the most popular clubs on the island.

Kalafatis, Mykonos Greece
Kalafatis is coastal tourist resort with one of the most famous bays on the island of Mykonos. It is one of the secluded beaches in Mykonos line with trees, ideal for those who need moments of unwinding away from the crowds.

Ornos, Mykonos Greece
Ornos is a picturesque port for boats and hoys, full of newly- built traditional-style houses. It has a well sheltered and organised sandy beach with lovely waters and you will find many facilities around such as restaurants and cafés.

Platis Gialos, Mykonos Greece
Platis Gialos is a coastal tourist resort with a superb beach. It is full of newly-built houses that are perched on rocks. If you own a boat or yacht you may anchor it on the harbour.

Ano Mera, Mykonos Greece
Ano Mera is a traditional village, with picturesque churches with red rooftops and whitewashed windmills. From the settlement of Ano Mera you can visit several beautiful beaches. It is worth visiting the monastery of Panagia Tourliani in the area.

Tourlos, Mykonos Greece
The settlement of Tourlos is a very popular tourist resort, ideal for swimming and sunbathing and includes a port where cruise ships and yacht anchor. The island-style architecture of the houses and chapels in this area as well will certainly amaze you.

Transportation in Mykonos Greece
By Ferry Boat:
From Piraeus Port, ferries depart for Mykonos Greece, all year round, but more frequently during the summer. The voyage from Piraeus Port to Mykonos Port takes 5 hours and 40 minutes. Speedboats to Mykonos depart from Rafina Port, as well. Mykonos is also connected to the Cyclades Islands, the Dodecanese Islands, and the Islands of the NE Aegean.

Mykonos Greece Sea Travel Information:

  • Piraeus Port: +30 210 4226000 to 03
  • Mykonos Port: +30 22890 22218
  • Rafina Port: +30 22940 22487 or +30 22940 22300

By Airplane:
From the Athens Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” in Spata, there are flights to the Mykonos Airport all year round. The flight lasts approximately 45 minutes. The Mykonos Airport is located 4km from Mykonos Town.

Mykonos Greece Air Travel Information:

  • Mykonos Airport: +30 22890 22327
  • Olympic Airways in Athens: +30 210 966-6666
  • Olympic airways in Mykonos: +30 22890 22490
INTRODUCTION:
Mykonos Greece is a cosmopolitan resort with intense nightlife, and at the same time one of the most traditional islands in the Cyclades cluster. While Mykonos is a popular tourist spot, the island's locals have managed to retain its charming island features.
 
MYKONOS GREECE LOCATION:
Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in the Cyclades cluster, located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, between the islands of Tinos and Naxos.
 
AREA OF MYKONOS GREECE:
88 sq.km
 
POPULATION OF MYKONOS GREECE:
6000
 
CAPITAL OF MYKONOS GREECE:
Mykonos Town or Ch ora
 
MORPHOLOGY OF MYKONOS GREECE:
The unique island of Mykonos has an endless coastline, azure waters, rugged landscapes and untrodden spots, creating a spectacular natural environment.
 
SEASONS IN MYKONOS GREECE:
During the winter months, Mykonos is a quiet and peaceful island where you can relax. However, during the summer months, Mykonos converts into an extremely cosmopolitan and much-frequented tourist resort.
 
ATTRACTIONS & SIGHTSEEING IN MYKONOS GREECE:
 
 
SPORTS / RECREATION IN MYKONOS GREECE:
If you have a boat, you can visit the island of Delos. You can dock your boat in Mykonos Town, Agios Stefanos or Ornos. For malfunctions, you can call the following number: +30 22890 23922.
 
ENTERTAINMENT IN MYKONOS GREECE:
All over the magical island of Mykonos, in every town, village or settlement, you will find traditional taverns, restaurants, and cafeterias, as well as lively bars and clubs. Mykonos is renowned throughout the world for its stimulating nightlife.
 
LOCAL EVENTS IN MYKONOS GREECE:
The inhabitants of the island of Mykonos organize festivals in honor of various saints. The most famous festivals are Agia Paraskevi on July 26, Panagia Tourliani on August 15, Agios Ioannis on August 29, Agios Nikolaos on December 6 and Agion Apostolon on June 30.
 
MAJOR TOWNS / CITIES / VILLAGES IN MYKONOS GREECE

Mykonos Town or Chora, Mykonos Greece
Mykonos Town is a very beautiful settlement, full of whitewashed houses, verdant balconies, narrow uphill alleyways, churches, and windmills. Due to its traditional character, the town of Mykonos is preserved and every new building must be built according to the traditional Cycladic style.

Kalafatis, Mykonos Greece
Kalafatis is coastal tourist resort with one of the most famous bays on the island of Mykonos.

Ornos, Mykonos Greece
Ornos is a picturesque port for boats and hoys, full of newly- built traditional-style houses.

Platis Gialos, Mykonos Greece
Platis Gialos is a coastal tourist resort with a superb beach. It is full of newly-built houses that are perched on rocks.

Ano Mera, Mykonos Greece
Ano Mera is a traditional village, with picturesque churches with red rooftops and whitewashed windmills. From the settlement of Ano Mera you can visit several beautiful beaches.

Tourlos, Mykonos Greece
The settlement of Tourlos is a very popular tourist resort, ideal for swimming and sunbathing.

 
TRANSPORTATION IN MYKONOS GREECE:

BY FERRY BOAT:
From Piraeus Port, ferries depart for Mykonos Greece, all year round, but more frequently during the summer. The voyage from Piraeus Port to Mykonos Port takes 5 hours and 40 minutes. Speedboats to Mykonos depart from Rafina Port, as well. Mykonos is also connected to the Cyclades Islands, the Dodecanese Islands, and the Islands of the NE Aegean.

Mykonos Greece Sea Travel Information:
Piraeus Port: +30 210 4226000 to 03
Mykonos Port: +30 22890 22218
Rafina Port: +30 22940 22487 or +30 22940 22300

BY AIRPLANE:
From the Athens Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” in Spata, there are flights to the Mykonos Airport all year round. The flight lasts approximately 45 minutes. The Mykonos Airport is located 4km from Mykonos Town.

Mykonos Greece Air Travel Information:
Mykonos Airport: +30 22890 22327
Olympic Airways in Athens: +30 210 966-6666
Olympic airways in Mykonos: +30 22890 22490

 
USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR MYKONOS GREECE:
Piraeus Port: +30 210 4226000 to 03
Mykonos Port: +30 22890 22218
Rafina Port: +30 22940 22487 or +30 22940 22300
Mykonos Airport: +30 22890 22327
Olympic Airways in Athens: +30 210 966-6666
Olympic airways in Mykonos: +30 22890 22490
 

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