Mykonos Things to Do
Abandoned Mining Barytes
An atmospheric place ideal for amazing photographs. The picture completes a small church and a memorial tomb for the victims of "Silicosis", the disease of the miners.
Mykonos Vioma Organic FarmAno Mera
Mykonos Vioma offers tours in the vineyards, wine-tasting, and delicious platers and dishes. An exquisite experience with fair prices.
Great fun for adults and kids. A well maintained kart track which is located in Klouvas. It offers different options of vehicles based on how brave you feel.
Cine Manto Mykonos
An open air cinema with food and drinks at decent prices (or bring your own). Enjoy a movie, without dubbing, under the stars in a relaxed enviroment.
Armenistis, the Watcher, is a great spot for pictures and a break from the town's bustle. The views are breath-taking. Sunsets too.
Panagia Tourliani MonasteryAno Mera
An impressive renovated Greek Orthodox monastery of the 16th century and a small museum. Entrance is only 2 EUR. Don't miss it but go early because it gets busy.
The largest of the two dams of Mykonos supplies with water the western part of the island. Νatural environment of many birds. Good place for a hike or bird-watching.
A very stylish mini mall in the outskirts of Mykonos town. Includes some shops with luxury products, a sushi restaurant, a brunch bar and some offices for services.
In 1958, Petros, a wounded white pelican was rescued and became the island's official mascot. Today there are three of them.
Organized group and private boat excursions to nearby islands like daily trips to Delos and Rhenia or longer sailing tours around the Cyclades.
Mykonos is relatively flat and easy to walk around but it still offers a number of dramatic landscapes to enjoy. Learn more about hiking in Mykonos here.