"The Island of the Winds"

Mykonos is a Greek island, part of the Cyclades situated in the Aegean Sea.

In Greek mythology it is believed that Mykonos was named after its first ruler Mykons who was the son or grandson of the God Apollo and a local hero.

Places of Interest

Mykonos Windmills

The windmills are a defining feature of the Mykonian landscape. You can see many of them around the island but the most known are the four in the main town of Chora. Capped with wood and straw, the windmills were built by the Venetians in the 16th century to mill flour and remained in use until the early 20th century. Many have been refurbished and restored to serve as homes.

Petros the Pelican

"Petros" has been the official mascot of Mykonos since 1958 where a local fisherman found him wounded and took care of him. After his death the locals found a replacement to carry on his legacy until today. You can see him walking around in the alleys or in the bay of Mykonos town.

Little Venice ​

It is a row of houses line the waterfront with their balconies hanging over the sea. The first of these was constructed in the mid-18th century. Many of the houses have now been converted into bars, cafeterias and other type of shops. Little Venice is the most romantic spots on the island and many people gather there to watch the sunset.

Wonderful host, very good service. Always very reactive. The villa is charming and well equipped. We had a lovely stay Good location very close to the nicest beaches of the island
Ioana
August 2017

Manto Mavrogenous Monument

Manto Mavrogenous (1796 – July 1848) was a Greek heroine of the Greek war of independence against the Ottoman Empire. A rich woman, she spent all her fortune for the Hellenic cause. Under her encouragement, her European friends contributed money and guns to the revolution..

Church of Panagia Paraportiani

The Church of Panagia Paraportiani is located in the town of Chora near the main harbor entrance (Kastro neighbourhood). It is the most photographed and known church in Mykonos. It has a great architectural value because it is a combination of five churches (four in the ground as base and the fifth on top like dome) into one (four different styles of churches). The church construction started in the early 15th century and completed in the 17th century.

Delos Island

Delos is a small island located near Mykonos and it is a very importand historical, archaeological and mythological sites in Greece. The Greek mytholgy says that it is the birthplace of the Greek Gods Apollo (God of light) and Artemis (Goddess of hunting). In 1990, Unesco inscribed Delos on the World Heritage List. You can visit Delos by boat (approximately 30min - 18€) from the old harbor.

Mykonos Nightlife

Mykonos is also very popular for the nightlife. The town, Chora, is full of restaurants bars and clubs. You can start by having a great dinner cooked by the best chefs in the world, continue with one of the most delicious cocktails of your life in Little Venice, if you want your drink along with sea view, or in the alleys standing, chatting and flirting around. Mykonos nightlife never stops even if the sun comes out. There are clubs in town and close to the beach that continue partying even the early morning hours. ​

Tasso's place is one of the best in Mykonos! Very relaxing estate with lovely scenery, professional and friendly staff along with a great host who values his guests! We recommend Tassos's estate to anyone who is looking to enjoy quality time with friends and family! Thank you Tassos for making our trip one of the best!
Alaa
August 2017

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