Top Attractions in Mykonos

Top Attractions in Mykonos

Top Attractions in Mykonos

If you want to stroll through pretty cobbled streets lined with rows of stunningly white houses with wooden window shutters, flower baskets, and stairs, Mykonos is the place for you. The views that you have seen in many popular movies come alive before your eyes as you wander through the narrow lanes of the island. ‘The Island of the Winds’, as Mykonos is popularly known, is truly a tourist’s paradise. No one can miss the most significant landmark of the island - the windmills, which with their simple structures add to the natural charm of the island and make for an amazing sunset-watching location. For the culture and history buffs, the island has a number of museums, churches, and old buildings that speak of the glorious past of the town. Among all the attractions of the island, beaches stand at the top with the white sandy shores and crystal clear waters. Whether you want to explore the fun and thrill of beach and water sports or enjoy a beer watching the sunset in a solitary spot, the Mykonos beaches have everything to offer.

Paradise Beach:

Discovered as the nude beach of the 1960s and later transformed as a party beach, Paradise Beach has etched its name as a hub in Mykonos and is a favorite among locals as well as tourists. This beach has been recommended as a Greece party central and has numerous food, drinks and party options. Being one among the top 10 beaches in the world, come here to lift up your spirits.

The Windmills:

An iconic mark of the island of Mykonos, the Windmills are visible from any spot on the island as they stand tall on a hill looking down at the beautiful town. Constructed by the Venetians in the 16th century, they all have an identical architecture with a round shape, pointed roof, small windows, and everything whitewashed. Presently, there are 16 windmills out of which 7 are postured at the leading hill in Chora.

Paraportiani Church:

Out of the 400 churches on the island, Paraportiani Church is the most frequented and snapshotted churches all across Mykonos. The noticeable feature is the asymmetrical fusion of 4 various architectural styles into one - traditional, vernacular, Byzantine and western style. The structure dates back to the 15th century and is structured near the main harbor entrance, being the central feature of the 'Kastro' area.


Labeled as one of the most historic and archaeological sites in Mykonos, Delos is an island at the center of Cyclades and has the most substantial trenches in the Mediterranean. It is one of the major tourist spots and is very prominent from a cultural and historical standpoint. Offering beautiful sceneries and places to walk around and explore, this island is also an abode to restaurants that serve plenty of new dishes to satisfy your hunger pangs.

Panormos Beach:

An extension of the northern part of the beautiful island of Mykonos is the Panormos Beach. This beach has an alluring long stretch of white sand as well as a tiny taverna that opens in summer. A hidden paradise, it makes for a wonderful outing with your friends or loved ones. You can dance the night away as you visit the many clubs located here or settle for a cozy meal at the restaurants that serve delicious seafood.

Little Venice:

If you are on a lookout for a romantic getaway while in Mykonos, head straight to Little Venice with your better half and fall in love with this charming neighborhood and its magnetic appeal. The camouflaged edifices against the backdrop of the blue Aegean Sea is a marvelous setting for you to sit down with your favorite drink in the stereotypical wooden stairways with the waves gushing underneath.