Museum in Hora (Mykonos)

Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

A headless, almost limbless 2nd-century BC statue of Hercules in Parian marble is the highlight of this small, well-presented collection. Otherwise it's very heavy on pottery and funerary stelae (carved...

Church in Hora (Mykonos)

Panagia Paraportiani

Panagia Paraportiani

Built between the 15th and 17th centuries, Mykonos’ most famous church comprises four small chapels – plus another on an upper storey reached by an exterior staircase. It’s usually locked, but the fabulously...

Beach in Hora (Mykonos)

Megali Ammos

The best beach within easy walking distance of the centre of town, Megali Ammos has a couple of upmarket resorts and an excellent taverna right on the golden sands. It's a 10-minute walk south from the windmills.

Windmill in Hora (Mykonos)

Windmills

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.

Gallery in Hora (Mykonos)

Rarity Gallery

This excellent little gallery is well worth a peek for its temporary exhibitions that showcase contemporary paintings, sculpture and photography.

Museum in Hora (Mykonos)

Aegean Maritime Museum

Amid the barnacle-encrusted amphorae, ye olde nautical maps and navigation instruments, there are numerous detailed models of famous sailing ships and paddle steamers. You can also learn the difference between an...

Museum in Hora (Mykonos)

Mykonos Folklore Museum

Housed in an 18th-century sea captain’s house, this moderately interesting museum features a large collection of furnishings and other artefacts, including a cellar full of nautical objects.

Beach in Hora (Mykonos)

Agia Anna

This small golden-sand beach, right on a busy thoroughfare, is not one of Mykonos' finest but it is centrally located, popular with families and good for a quick dip.

Museum in Hora (Mykonos)

Lena’s House

This traditional 19th-century Mykonian house (with furnishings intact) takes its name from its last occupant, Lena Skrivanou, who died in 1968.

Area in Hora (Mykonos)

Little Venice

Little Venice

Leaning right over the water, this picturesque cluster of arcaded Venetian houses hides numerous bars, boutiques and clubs.