MYKONOS,  an island made by Gods for people. Who hasn’t have something to say about Mykonos, who hasn’t swim in its vast boundless blue waters, who hasn’t have lived unforgettable moments… Mykonos, the sea, the sky, the sun, the hospitality, the fun, the harmony, the charm. A never-ending real myth surrounding us, every part of  it a reality, something special, challenging you to live it, taste it, relish it. An barren island, arid, burned by the sun but full of golden beaches and crystal waters. The white colour, the stone and the scattered mountains are indelible memories in the mind. The natural elements are vivid and strong, filling you, guiding you in new sensations; the air, the sun, the moon are the eternal guides. The harmony of the Mykonian architecture is really astonishing. The location and the way the town of Mykonos is build -inside the Northern eye- the port, the particular colours, it is an exceptional masterpiece. No man and no plan would be able to create something so unique. The feeling of getting lost in the alleys is fascinating. The exit to the seashore is where we end our walk, with a glass of ouzo and the view of the boats. You walk and think that you know everybody…you wave and they wave back. As if you have grown up in this neighbourhood. Everything is simple, familiar, hospitable. A warm and relaxing atmosphere. Hospitality and a hug are something you can take with you and carry it forever. And when the sun sets the mood changes. The rhythm becomes vibrant, fast, full of fantasy and intensity. You can experience everything you want, as much as you want it, as much as you can handle it. Everything is nearby, just beside you, you only make the choice…You simply choose to  come to Mykonos. Attractions in Mykonos are plenty. Archaeological and not only sites are waiting for you to explore them . Mykonos hospitality and beauty are beyond comparison.Don’t forget to visit Mykonos Archaeological MuseumFolklore MuseumAegean Maritime Museum or one of the many churches which are spread all around the island. View the unique architectural structure of Town Hall –Windmills and Three wells . In Little Venice the view is mesmerizing and the sunset is unforgettable.


ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF DELOS  Delos Island , Mykonos, Greece. Delos is accessible from Mykonos by boat. Boats travel from 9AM to the latest 12PM. You can easily spend an entire day there, so a morning start is definitely recommended. The Archaeological grounds close at 3PM when the last boat departs.
KASTRO PANIGIRAKI Panigiraki Castle Kastro Panigiraki, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. Kastro Panigiraki (kastro meaning castle in Greek) is located down a very narrow winding road just off the main road leading into town. 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF FTELIA Ftelia Beach, Ftelia, Mykonos, Greece.On the way from Chora to Ano Mera, Ftelia is a large beach, set between two hills that jut out into the water. The ruins themselves occupy only a small area slightly above the center of the beach, but they are rich in historical value. There is also a charming restaurant above it where you can enjoy lunch out on the terrace. 
THULE TOMB Aggelika, Mykonos, Greece. 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF DELOS Delos Island, Mykonos, Greece. Found at the middle of Delos and next to a cosy cafe, the museum's geometric building stands proudly overlooking the rewins. High ceiling corridors filled with ancient history are worth discovering and even more so with an official guide. Currently its exhibition occupies nine halls 


FOLKLORE MUSEUM OF MYKONOS Kastro, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. Founded in 1958, the Folklore Museum is three museums in one: The Bonis Mill (Agricultural Museum), Castle House and Lena's House, with the main part in Kastro (Castle) next to the church of Panaghia Paraportiani. The museum organises educational seminars and has a library and an archive. ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM Chora, Mykonos, Greece. For the lover of Greek antiquities, this museum is a perfect gem located on the road heading into town from the Old Port. It is surrounded by many restaurants and cafes where you can sit with beautiful views of the sunset and digest your cultural experience. Opening Hours Tuesday to Sunday: 8:30 - 15:00

THE AEGEAN MARITIME MUSEUM Tria Pigadia, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. A glorious traditional 19th century building in the Tria Pigadia neighbourhood, the Aegean Maritime Museum is home to a phenomenal collection of artifacts representing Greek nautical history from antiquity to the present.
LENA'S HOUSE Tria Pigadia, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. close to the Tria Pigadia and next to the Aegean Maritime Museum, this charming house makes for an interesting step back into the island's rich social history Opening Hours Monday to Saturday: 18:00 - 21:00 Sunday: 19:00 - 21:00
AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM Bonis Mill Chora, Mykonos, Greece. ocated above Chora in Ano Myloi (meaning Upper Windmills) the Bonis Mill offers splendid views of the town and sunset. Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 16:00 - 20:30 (from June to October)
THE AGROMUSEUM Boni's Mill Ano Mili, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. Boni's old mill, which is in full operation, is the main exhibit of this open air museum.


Mykonos, an island that entices the global jet-set but is also associated with the mystic Delos off its coast, boasts more than fifty religious folk festivals or panigyria. First on the calendar is Theophania, or Epiphany, on January 6, with the blessing of the waters or Balosia that inaugurates the nautical season with feasting and music. Also notable are the feasts of Ayii Anargyri, Ayia Marina on July 17, Ayia Paraskevi on July 26, Ayios Panteleimonas on July 27, and Sotiros on August 6. Islanders also observe the feasts of Ai Haralambis by the Windmills, Ayia Anna at Myrsini, Ayia Anna at Vounia, Ai Yiannis at Ornos, Ayia Kyriaki on Delos, Ayia Triada on Rhineia and at Stapodia and Tragonisi. Another important religious feast is Ayii Apostoloi, observed June 30 on the beachfront, with seafood meze, music, and dances. The feast of the Dormition of the Virgin on August 15 and the Apodosis of the Dormition nine days later, on August 23, are special observances. A panigyri is held on both dates in the square at Ano Mera outside the Monastery of Panayia Tourliani. Folk music at all Mykonos feasts features the violin, santouri, tsabouna, and toumbaki that set the tempo for the traditional dances like the syrto, balaristo, sousta, and ballos. Musicians are locals: zygies or duets, tsabounierides (bagpipe players), but also devotees of instruments from the east like the lagouto, santouri, and accordion. Palates are tempted with the meat broth that prepares revelers’ stomachs for the  lamb ragout, onion pie, kale with lard, dolmas (stuffed vine rolls), spicy kopanisti cheese, louza, and cod with garlic puree. In addition to these religious folk festivals, Mykonos also hosts the “wine harvest festival” in September when donkeys are used to draw water from the wells, windmills are put back into operation, kouvarotes (round loaves of peasant bread), pouloi (another type of bread), and onion pies bake in the ovens while youths stomp grapes in the press to the tune of the sambouna and toumbaki. Another custom observed on Mykonos is the hirosfayia or pig slaying, in October. A communal feast, complete with music and dancing, is organized around the annual slaying of the pig and preparation of various delicacies with pork meat and lard. While guests sing, drink, and trade quips, the lard is melted into glina which is used in local dishes instead of olive oil. Pieces of meat are seasoned as tsigarides or cut into pieces and rubbed with spices, savory, thyme, and oregano before being stuffed inside the cleaned pig’s intestines to make the flavorful sausages that is air-cured in the Aegean breeze. During carnival or apokries, which precedes Lent, islanders dress up as koukougeroi according to local custom and dance around the streets singing Dionysian songs.


THREE WELLS Tria Pigadia Tria Pigadia, Chora, Mykonos, Greece.Three identical wells sit in a row outside the famous Astra bar. Unlike most modern wells which are 30 plus metres deep, the Tria Pigadia are only five to six metres deep as they were built into sand where water was more easily accessible.
PILLARS IN GIALOS Gialos, Chora, Mykonos, Greece.In the old port sit four traditional free-sanding pillars next to the only beach in Chora
MANTO MAVROGENOUS SQ Manto Mavrogenous Sq, Chora, Mykonos, Greece.The square where the taxi stand is located takes its name from the Greek war heroine, Manto Mavrogenous and her statue sits in the middle.
FISH MARKET Gialos, Chora, Mykonos, Greece. Mykonian fishermen display the day's catch on large marble slabs beneath a triangular canvas roof. Locals flock to Chora's fish market in the early hours to buy a variety of deliciously fresh produce!



The Seajet catamaran will whisk  you to Mykonos in only 20 minutes, where you can connect to local departure to Delos. Once on Delos, you will meet our guide and begin your tour. Delos is the Sacred Island of Antiquity and the birthplace of Apollo. The entire island, all 5 square kilometers, is an archaeological monument, with remains of temples, houses, holy places and settlements dating back to the Neolithic period. Following your guided tour of Delos, you will be transported by boat back to the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, where you will have plenty of time on your own to enjoy the sights, do some shopping, or have a quick bite, or a leisurely lunch. 


 Visit a farm near the town of Mykonos. With the guidance of professional cook:
 - Knead bread
 - Make traditional onionpie and honeypie, local treats of Mykonos
 - Bake the pies in wood oven
 - Try local wine
 - Collect vegetables from the farm
 - Experience a traditional meal, with the treats you cooked, followed by the local music instruments of tsampouna and toumpaki.