MYKONOS
Mykonos is world famous. It is the most cosmopolitan of the Greek Islands and attracts many visitors from all over the globe,
including large numbers of artists and intellectuals. Your coach will take you to "Chora" the island’s capital where you will
enjoy a walking tour in the narrow cobbled streets of the town, passing by chic boutiques, elegant nightclubs and white–
washed houses until reaching Alefkandra. Alefkandra is a charming corner of Chora, known also as the "Venice" of Mykonos.
The houses are built on the sea, with wooden balconies that evoke Venice. These were built from the mid. 18th century
onward and were homes of wealthy merchants and captains. At Louis Theoxenia Hotel, you will enjoy the atmosphere
while drinking your refreshment accompanied by Greek "meze". You will return then to Mykonos Town (Hora) from where
you will take the ship’s shuttle service back to the port to meet your ship.
Mykonos and its surroundings- Whether exploring Mykonos on foot or by coach you will be struck by the beauty of the natural
setting. Added to this is the abundance of picturesque villages and locations as houses blend into the landscape to create a
scene of Mediterranean tranquility.

The Church of Agios Georgios- The gleaming red dome of this small church attracts many visitors to marvel in quaint beauty.
Nearby is also the Chapel of Agios Georgios Spiliotis (Cave-Dweller), built in the hollow of a rock.

Ano Mera- As the second largest settlement on Mykonos, Ano Mera has a lot to offer. The 16th century Church of Panagia
Tourliani is dedicated to the patron saint of the island and containing some noteworthy items as well as being aesthetically
pleasing. Near Ano Mera is the Palaiokastro hill featuring a medieval Venetian castle of the Ghizzi family and the like-named
monastery.