Clicks and places from the hidden side of Mykonos
Everybody has heard of Mykonos once in their lifetime. The island is part of the Cyclades islands and called the Ibiza of Greece. Known for its lavish parties and the jetset life. But this island has a lot more to offer than just that. Discover the favorite places and habits of local people in Mykonos through their own photos
View of the famous Windmills, a full moon night. The photo is from the balcony of Caprice Bar, in Little Venice.
Petros the pelican, the mascot of Mykonos, goes to Nikos’s tavern, knowing that they will give him a snack.
Armenistis Lighthouse is in Cape Armenistis. It is an iconic sight of Mykonos island, offering spectacular views! It is one of the most exciting lighthouses of the Cyclades, and it dates back to 1891.
Fokos Beach, one of the most secluded beaches in Mykonos, offers a more unaffected, more natural side of the island. You can truly relax on this beach at any time of the season!
Makis is sitting outside of his tourist shop in Matogianni, one of the most famous streets of Mykonos. Many of them are handmade, knitted crochet from his wife. Makis is a very familiar person on the island. Αll, the locals, make a stop in his shop to discuss and comment on the daily events of Mykonos.
The view from Kanalia. The photo is from Ornos. At such moments, the magic of Mykonos imprisons you forever.