One the best beaches of Mykonos. It has 2 of the nicest beach bars-restaurants.
One of the largest beach in Mykonos. If you are looking for water sports this is your go to place. In addition there is a wide variety of Restaurants in the beach to choose from.
Nella parte sud orientale dell'isola (10 chilometri dal centro), tra Elia e Kalafati, si trova Kalo Livadi, una delle spiagge più grandi di Mykonos. Il nuovo punto caldo di celebrità, la viva In the south east part of the island (10 kilometers away from the center), between Elia and Kalafati, is…
“Usually a tavern opena. Safe swimmimg & soft sand. Take coast road to Troulos. Then bear immediately right as you come down the hill to Troulos. This goes across country to Aselinos Beach. Use a good map to turn off to other beaches.Agitros - Mandraki”
“This is the closest beach to Villa Celestia and really close to Ornos where you can find Restaurants and local shops. ”
“Agrari Beach is approximately 9km South West of the Chora. Characterized by a relaxed, easy going vibe, this rather low profile beach, attracts high profile individuals and nature lovers. Water sports are available, and the adventurous can climb rocks over to neighbouring Elia beach. Agrari is accessible by driving and boats from Platis Gialos.”
“Il Museo Marittimo Egeo è ospitato in un tradizionale edificio Mykonian del XIX secolo situato al centro della città di Mykonos, nella zona conosciuta come Tria Pigadia. L'edificio fu sede del mitico Maestro della nave mercantile "Enosis", Nikolaos Sourmelis, che assisteva i Cretesi durante la loro guerra di indipendenza dall'Impero Ott The Aegean Maritime Museum is housed in a traditional Mykonian building of the 19th century located at the centre of the Town of Mykonos, in the area known as Tria Pigadia. The building was the home of the legendary Master of the merchant ship "Enosis", Nikolaos Sourmelis, who assisted the Cretans during their war of independence from the Ottoman Empire. ”
Point of Interest
“About Alefkandra Alefkandra Restaurant faces the Alefkandra Bay in Mykonos Town and it is located directly under the windmills, in the picturesque quarter of Little Venice. Established in 1964, the restaurant is among the oldest on the island and has a spectacular ambience, which attracts visitors to the outdoor patio in the evenings to enjoy the breathtaking views of the blue Aegean, the old windmills and the sun setting down the hillside which fills the sky with a variety of beautiful shades. The restaurant offers delicious dishes of Greek cuisine. Its seafood menu is particularly interesting and fresh lobsters and other fish are cooked for the guests. The wine list is large with a fine se”