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Mykonos isn’t just for the rich and famous

But Mykonos Town isn’t just for the stylish rich and famous, like the jet-setters who put the place on the map back in the days of Jackie O. It’s still a casual, laid-back Greek town boasting plenty of traditional (and affordable) Greek tavernas, picturesque windmills, friendly pelicans, narrow twisting cobblestone streets, a busy harbour, the rustic Little Venice seaside restaurant and bar district, beautiful and colourful bougainvillea cascading over whitewashed cube-shaped buildings, blue-domed churches, red-domed churches, gyros and souvlaki stands, flower shops, art galleries, jewellery stores, cozy cafés, souvenir shops, trendy nightclubs, spectacular sunsets and much, much more.

You can easily spend a full day just wandering the labyrinthine streets of the town, checking out all the different shops and restaurants that line the meandering stone lanes and alleys, visiting the various museums and galleries, enjoying a meal in an authentic Greek taverna, relaxing with a beverage at a coffee shop or bar, or watching a sensational sunset from a scenic lookout point at one of many prime viewing locations along the scenic and extensive waterfront area.

Below are links to three of our online photo albums; they contain literally hundreds of photos that will give you a good idea of what you’ll be able to see if you’re planning to visit Mykonos Town either during a port day on a cruise, or during an even longer stay in a hotel.

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Mykonos Town 2011

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GREECE 2009: In & around Mykonos Town on Mykonos Island Part 1

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GREECE 2009: In & around Mykonos Town Part 2

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