Little Venice is a picturesque neighbourhood of Mykonos. The houses seem like they are inside the sea, since the waves 'licks' the buildings.
The 18th century, little Venice, was a district of the wealthy merchants of the island. Today it in the same place you can find shops, restaurants and cafés.
In the view of the architecture, the prevailing color in the wooden doors, windows, balconies and stairs, as well as their balconies is something like trademark. You can finally visit little Venice in order to see the amazing sunset by drinking something at the small bars around.
You can find the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos at the old harbor of Mykonos, which was built in early 1902 in order to place the discoveries from the excavations at Rhenia.
Nowadays, apart from the findings you can face sculptures and funerary ceramics and 8th and 9th century BC vases from the Geometric period until the 6th century BC from excavations in Mykonos and Delos.
The archaeological museum also offers a large collection of vases, with the famous vase of the 17th century, which is the image of the Trojan Horse. But the most famous exhibit is the "Stone of Mykonos" amphora with reliefs from the fall of Troy, and clay figurines, jewelery and weapons.
The building of the Archaeological Museum was originally a neoclassic roof with gables, but with changes made in 1935 and 1972 is now the Cycladic element with flat roofs, atriums and also added a large hall.
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The archaeological site of Ftelia consists of ancient settlement in the 5th century BC There is settlement of Late Neolithic era.
Recent excavations unearthed walls of buildings, four building phases and Mycenaean vaulted tomb of 14th-13th century BC It is assumed that this tomb of Ajax, who was in the war of Troy and son of King Oilea.
The Monastery of Panagia Tourliani is located near the village of "Ano Mera" and was established in 1542. The renovation that was done in the mid 18th century took the form it has today.
The church is decorated with a carved wooden iconostasis from episcopal throne and pulpit from the 18th century, which is built in Florence.
The courtyard is decorated with reliefs in marble bell tower and fountain, features traditional art of the island. Also, there are old tools and utensils, religious relics, vestments and carved epitaph, desks, post-Byzantine icons and votive offerings.
Perhaps the most famous beach in Mykonos, even from the 50s, secular and eccentric. Located southwest of the island, apart from the parties and their VIP guests can enjoy blue waters and soft sand.
Common way is to get the boats arriving on the coast with frequent service. If you catch you nausea come by car or taxi.
On the beach Super Paradise straight, gay, VIP everybody becomes a party and dance to the rhythm of nonstop dj. If at Paradise are loud parties, imagine spree in Super Paradise.
The Matogianni alley is the busiest in Mykonos, the most famous market of the island. Fashion and nightlife combined here perfectly.
Shops from famous designers with clothing, accessories, jewelery, artwork surrounded by coffee bars and original food taverns.
All retain the traditional Cycladic architecture.
This is so famous you can find a fan page on Facebook :
Take advantage of the beauty of the landscape and tranquility prevailing in the island and find a professional space to do spa. Mykonos features many luxurious centers for SPA, where guests will have the opportunity to regenerate and enjoy unique treatments and therapies for face and body.