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Mykonos, which is placed in the middle of Cyclades, is an island with dual personality. It’s one of the most picturesque islands in the whole Cyclades, with traditional backstreets, whitewashed houses, chapels and windmills.

It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations, which has excelled at international level for its cosmopolitan character. Visitors of Mykonos can enjoy their holidays in a unique natural environment despite the island’s development.

There are wonderful beaches, whitewashed cottages, proud windmills and small pigeon houses but above all, there are friendly and smiling people. It combines all the above with the transparent and refreshing summer atmosphere, its colours, the earthy, the grey, the white and the blue in all shades, the endless stone walls, the prickly and the reeds, justify the reason that Mykonos, from the early years, became the hot spot for adrenaline hunters that want to try on new adventures.

Water sports such as snorkelling and diving give explorers the opportunity to unveil the secrets of the Greek seabed. Kitesurfing, windsurfing & surfing are important sports as well, giving riders the opportunity to check out some of the most cool waves in the area. 

The entire complex of Mykonos – Delos – Rineia, has been characterized as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is protected by a special legislation. The reputation of Mykonos and the great number of visitors, among whom really important personalities from all over the world, created a significant commercial activity on the island. Last but not least, if you visit Mykonos in winter time and you seek to approach, discuss and make company with the islanders, you will find out that the majority remains simple, vivid and hospitable. They always find as much time as it is needed to keep their traditions and their customs.

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              Mykonos, which is placed in the middle of Cyclades, is an island with dual personality. It’s one of the most picturesque islands in the whole Cyclades, with traditional backstreets, whitewashed houses, chapels and windmills.

              It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations, which has excelled at international level for its cosmopolitan character. Visitors of Mykonos can enjoy their holidays in a unique natural environment despite the island’s development.

              There are wonderful beaches, whitewashed cottages, proud windmills and small pigeon houses but above all, there are friendly and smiling people. It combines all the above with the transparent and refreshing summer atmosphere, its colours, the earthy, the grey, the white and the blue in all shades, the endless stone walls, the prickly and the reeds, justify the reason that Mykonos, from the early years, became the hot spot for adrenaline hunters that want to try on new adventures.

              Water sports such as snorkelling and diving give explorers the opportunity to unveil the secrets of the Greek seabed. Kitesurfing, windsurfing & surfing are important sports as well, giving riders the opportunity to check out some of the most cool waves in the area. 

              The entire complex of Mykonos – Delos – Rineia, has been characterized as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is protected by a special legislation. The reputation of Mykonos and the great number of visitors, among whom really important personalities from all over the world, created a significant commercial activity on the island. Last but not least, if you visit Mykonos in winter time and you seek to approach, discuss and make company with the islanders, you will find out that the majority remains simple, vivid and hospitable. They always find as much time as it is needed to keep their traditions and their customs.

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