Amidst the barnacle-encrusted amphorae, ye olde nautical maps and navigation instruments, there are numerous detailed models of various famous sailing ships and paddle steamers. You can also learn the difference bet…
Peruse pottery from Delos, dating back to the 9th century BC, and grave stelae (pillars) and jewellery from the island of Renia (Delos’ necropolis). Chief exhibits include a statue of Hercules in Parian marble.
This little gallery is well worth a peek for its temporary exhibitions that showcase paintings, sculpture and photography by the likes of Paul Rousso, Yigal Ozeri and George Pousenkoff.
Constructed in the 16th century by the Venetians for the milling of wheat, seven of Mykonos' iconic windmills are picturesquely situated on a small hill overlooking the harbour.
This charming late-19th-century, middle-class Mykonian house (with furnishings intact) takes its name from its last owner, Lena Skrivanou. It’s next door to the Aegean Maritime Museum.
This folklore museum, housed in an 18th-century sea captain’s house, features a large collection of furnishings and other artefacts, including old musical instruments.
This small sand-and-pebble beach is not one of Mykonos' finest, but it is centrally located, popular with families and good for a quick dip.