Fascinating Beauties of Mykonos – Walking Tour
Enjoy calming atmosphere, witness stunning waterfront scenery and explore the iconic Windmills of Mykonos, the Island’s most photographed landmark. Discover Little Venice, a unique area of Mykonos dating back to the 16th century, where every corner introduces new picturesque sites for you. Learn about the diverse heritage of the Island as you witness Paraportiani church, an impressive whitewashed church that holds a special place in the Island’s history. Enjoy sightseeing and storytelling session in front of the elegant, two-storied Town Hall of Mykonos. Hear intriguing stories about the Island’s development over the centuries. Bond with authentic atmosphere and feel like a local as you explore the Island’s iconic local fish market while at the same time learning how significant and vibrant the site is. End the tour after a storytelling session in front of the Manto Mavrogenous Statue. Find out key aspects of Greece’s war for independence, and become familiar with Greek heroine and how she shaped the history of Greece.
- Professional local tour guide
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Windmills of Mykonos
Dating back to the 16th century, the windmills of Mykonos are an all-time classic of this charming island, often referred to as the island of winds. Besides being the most photographed landmark in Mykonos, many intriguing stories and wealthy history are a part of this centuries-old iconic attraction.
Filled with elegant monuments, old houses and a vibrant atmosphere, Little Venice is a uniquely designed part of Mykonos as well as the most romantic area of Mykonos.
One of the most fascinating architectural monuments in Greece and one of the most iconic buildings in Mykonos. Paraportiani church is often a highlight of many tours in the captivating Mykonos.
Mykonos Town Hall
An early neoclassical two-story building, famous for its elegant look and impact throughout the history.
The fish market (Marché Aux Poissons)
The fish market is a perfect place to explore local products and enjoy diverse seafood. Besides that, Mykonos fish market is a door to the local lifestyle.
Manto Mavrogenous Statue
Monument dedicated to the national heroine behind which there is a fascinating story of bravery and resilience. Manto Mavrogenous was a Greek heroine of the Greek War of Independence.
In front of Windmills of Mykonos
(Mpaoumi, Mikonos 846 00, Greece) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.