Σάββατο, 21 Μαΐου 2011

Mykonos "The Jewel" in Cyclades of the Aegean Sea

Super Paradise beach Mykonos

Mykonos Overview

Mykonos is a Greek island, between the Cycladic islands of the Aegean Sea. Mykonos maze of roads constructed for the pirates, the city in the 18th century and 19th century full of tackle. Expect to lose you, I love you through the streets of the city on foot to walk - a taxi on bail as soon as you have finished exploring for the day. The coastal city is Little Venice, a neighborhood of art galleries and clubs compact. In the center are such attractions as the Archeological Museum, Maritime Museum and the Museum of Ethnography.

And off the coast of Mykonos and Delos. Delos is a short ferry ride across time and different from the old temples. It is the cosmopolitan heart of the Cyclades. His fame has spread in recent years due to its unique landscape, archaeological sites, its cosmopolitan environment and its magnificent beaches. The whitewashed cube are scattered around the island, narrow streets of the town, chapels and picturesque tavernas art galleries and shops selling jewelry, souvenirs hide, etc.

Mykonos main attractions

Mykonos historic Windmills, is one of the main attractions of the island. Little Venice is famous for its Venetian houses and balconies to extend the right color to the water's edge. Petros life near the Pelican River. The pelican was discovered in 1950 and will be replaced when the original pelican named Petros has disappeared. Tria Pigadia the famous fountain is also a popular tourist destination. The legend says that if a woman drinks water unmarried from this fountain, she'll soon find a husband.

Petros pelican Mykonos

Mykonos scene day is usually frequented by tourists in the local bazaar and novelty stores together. Here is a good time for collective bargaining and discounts for the items you want. Shopping is really more productive if done during the day because that is when traders always cheerful and replacement of old terms, as a great opportunity, a reduction is necessary. If you spend a night or a day shopping, it is comforting to believe that this is Mykonos luxury hotels to suit your needs. Simply select from among its recreational facilities and world-class restaurants have been established for the treatment of the day.

Mykonos outdoor adventure

Mykonos is home to many beautiful beaches, which are activities such as swimming, snorkeling, diving, fishing, boating and sunbathing often. Some of the main Mykonos beaches are Paradise beach and Super Paradise, Agios Ioannis Beach, Psarou Beach, Platys Gialos Beach, Ornos Beach. Many beaches of Mykonos is "wholly or partially nude, including Paradise Beach, Super Paradise Beach, a beach of Elia, and Paranga beach. If you have children, you should stay away from these shores. You can find there best Mykonos hotels and Mykonos accommodations.

Mykonos Nightlife

Mykonos Night Life "is alive, but also very expensive. Little Venice is a good place to find a good restaurant, Greek cuisine and traditions of abundance. There are a lot of money, even for a small meal, but probably a happy hour due to the slowness of its local cuisine. It is also the best place for a cocktail to start, although most of its residents to the downtown to party late into the night. In the center of the city There are many bars and clubs, many of which offer a type of music and charge a decent lap. Mykonos is also home to many clubs, after hours of night owls.

Nightlife in Mykonos took decades for the live scene is developing today. One of the most popular bars on the island, Scandinavian Bar opened in 1978. The party scene where they are different in these days, especially open-minded and more expensive, but the bar is not a problem in step with his time. To be in a complete block and venue of the most famous of the island, you can not lose. The property features a bar, two outdoor, large terrace and an outdoor stage. If at any time during your trip, you may need to establish a meeting place with friends, would be a safe bet. And "one of the best places to dance, literally, the night on this small island elegant.

Κυριακή, 1 Μαΐου 2011

Mykonos island Greece travel guide

Elia beach Mykonos
Mykonos  is a popular tourist destination in the  Greek  islands of the  Cyclades  group, situated in the middle of the Aegean Sea.  Mykonos, like some island version of the Demeter-Persephone myth, only comes alive in spring and summer.  Mykonos has a small airport, is visited regularly by the cruise ships, and enjoys hydrofoil and other by-sea connections.  Mykonos has two ports: the old port in Mykonos Town, and the new port at Tourlos, about 2 km north of Mykonos Town.

Mykonos tends to be extremely crowded with visitors in July and August. Mykonos can also be reached directly from other islands in the Cyclades. The best time to visit Mykonos is May through June (early season, accommodation is much cheaper and it's not that hot), or September through mid-October (post season).  There are frequent boat connections from  Syros ,  Andros ,  Tinos ,  Paros ,  Naxos ,  Ios  and  Santorini .  Mykonos is known as the 'island of wind' and what the wind blows in is an eclectic, international mix of visitors, many of whom return year after year, that alone says a lot.

Mykonos is one of the most crowded islands, so when planning a vacation to this busy island be sure to plan far in advance. Luxury Mykonos hotels and villa rentals boast breathtaking views from private verandahs and terraces, as well as elegant furnishings and the very best amenities. 

Σάββατο, 23 Απριλίου 2011

Mykonos the paradise island

Paradise beach Mykonos
Mykonos is popular with everyone. People come to take their honeymoon here. They enjoy the natural beauty of the island, the beauty and harmony of the buildings, the laid back lifestyle and the glorious weather.
Professionals come to relax and unwind from the stresses of the modern world. Families come to enjoy the attractions on offer in a safe and friendly environment. There is a Mykonos hotel, beach, restaurant and bar to suit every taste.

Despite its popularity the island has managed to remain largely unspoiled, and has avoided the commercial and developmental excess often associated with mass tourism.
Mykonos is particularly popular with the gay community. The atmosphere on the island is very tolerant and nobody looks twice if they see two men walking down the street, holding hands. Mykonos is a place for relaxing. 

The gay scene here is not brash and over the top. It is stylish and petite.
The three main Mykonos beaches, Paradise, Super Paradise and Elia, all have gay and nude sections. There are six bars and clubs on the island, and one Mykonos hotel, which are specifically and exclusively aimed at the gay community.

The Mykonos hotels are luxurious and comfortable. Its terrace offers a stunning view of the sunset and is a wonderful place to relax and renew your energy for the following day.
The hotel has a gymnasium, Jacuzzi and sauna, and the spa offers both Swedish and Indian massages.
Lots of other establishments class themselves as gay friendly and they honestly are. The whole island is beautiful. The water of the surrounding sea is warm and crystal clear. The white sand beaches are stunning.
The buildings are white gems that seem to fit harmoniously in to the landscape.