Things to do in
After Santorini, Mykonos is probably the most famous island of Greece when it comes to travel and tourism. Enjoy views of the iconic windmills, especially those at Kato Milli. You might stop at Little Venice for something to eat or drink while enjoying a great view of the unique structures, perched right on the water! There are plenty of beaches around the island, just be aware it can be a bit windy.
While the views don't enjoy the same spectacular elevations as those in Santorini, the buildings are equally colourful and varied. Providing plenty of opportunities to snag a great photo to complement the making of great memories. There are interesting boutiques and galleries all throughout the shopping areas of Mykonos Town (Chora) and you can really get some great food here.
Scooters and other "beach faring" vehicles are popular, there is facility for taxi and the charter of a private vehicle. For rentals, an international driver's licence including appropriate endorsements is required.
The port area of Mykonos is large enough to receive many commercial sized ships, alongside a central dock for private and chartered yachts.
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