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Stop At: Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Pres du quai central, Mykonos Town Greece
The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is a museum, in Mykonos, in Greece. Its collections include exhibits dating from the Prehistoric to the Hellenistic period.
Stop At: Manto Mavrogenous Square, Serakonta, Mykonos Town 846 00 Greece
Manto Mavrogenous (Greek: Μαντώ Μαυρογένους) (1796 – July 1848) was a Greek heroine of the Greek War of Independence. A rich woman, she spent all her fortune for the Hellenic cause. Under her encouragement, her European friends contributed money and guns to the revolution.
Stop At: Agricultural Museum and Boni Windmill, Ano Mili, Mykonos Town Greece
The Agricultural Museum of Mykonos is an open-air site, although part of the display is housed in the Boni windmill, dating from the 16th century and belonging to the Folklore Museum of the island.
Stop At: Lena's House, Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town Greece
Situated close to the Tria Pigadia and next to the Aegean Maritime Museum, this charming house makes for an interesting step back into the island's rich social history.
Stop At: Folklore Museum, Kastro, Mykonos Town Greece
The beneficial to the public institution "Mykonian Folklore Museum" is situated at Castro, in a 18th century building.
There are exposed museum articles sorted by subject. Keys and locks collections, handwoven tapestries, painted plates, old weights and measures, traditional Cycladic sculptures and lighting devices ranging from the ancient oil to the kerosene lamp. Obsedian tools and weapons representing the interior of a 19th century middle class drawing room.19th century bedroom. A 19th century kitchen.
Around the "Mermelechas well"- a known pirate there are large and small traditional Aegean ship models, cannons and pictures of old Mykonian sailing and steamships.
The Museum is open from April till October from 16:30 - 20:30
Sundays - closed
Stop At: Aegean Maritime Museum, Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town Greece
The Aegean Maritime Museum is a maritime museum in Mykonos, Greece. The founder and chairman of the museum, George M. Drakopoulos, received the Athens Academy Award and the World Ship Trust's Award for Individual Achievement for the foundation of the museum.
Stop At: Little Venice, Mitropoleos Georgouli, Mykonos Town Greece
Little Venice is one of the most photographed landmarks on the island of Mykonos. This special spot is full of bars and restaurants that provide the picture perfect view to watch the sunset. overlooking the beautiful sunset. Little Venice is an area that lines the waterfront with rows of 18th century fishing houses with balconies that look out to the sea. With its location build directly on top of the water, you can see how it resembles the Italian city of Venice, hence why it got nicknamed 'Little Venice.’
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: The Windmills (Kato Milli), Alefkadras, Mykonos Town 846 00 Greece
The Mykonos windmills are iconic feature of the Greek island of the Mykonos. The island is one of the Cyclades islands, which neighbour Delos in the Aegean Sea. The windmills can be seen from every point of the village of Mykonos, the island's principal village, which is frequently called the Chora (which translates to "Country" in Greek, but refers to an island's "Town") on Greek islands. The windmills are the first thing seen when coming into the harbour of Alefkandra, as they stand on a hill overlooking the area. Most windmills face towards the North where the island's climate sources its strongest winds over the largest part of the year. There are currently 16 windmills on Mykonos of which seven are positioned on the landmark hill in Chora. Most of them were built by the Venetians in the 16th century, but their construction continued into the early 20th century. They were primarily used to mill wheat. They were an important source of income for the inhabitants. Their use gradually declined until they ceased production in the middle of the 20th century. The architecture of each of them is similar, all have a round shape, white colour and a pointed roof and very small windows. Such windmills are found in almost all Cyclades islands. One of these windmills has been transformed into a museum. The whole village of Chora and part of the harbour are visible from this point.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Ornos Beach, Ornos 846 00 Greece
Ornos is a village on the Greek island of Mykonos. It sits on a narrow isthmus between 2 beaches, and its streets are lined with tavernas and hotels. North, the strong winds of Korfos Beach make it popular for kitesurfing. To the south, the sheltered curve of Ornos Beach is dotted with sunloungers and umbrellas. Boats run from Ornos to nearby beaches, and to the island of Delos, known for its archaeological ruins.
Stop At: Psarou beach, Psarrou Beach road, Psarou 291 00 Greece
Psarou beach is 5 km from the town of Mykonos. It is one of the most popular and famous beaches on the island, with pure and clean white sand and crystal clean waters (the waters are always calm, as the beach is enclosed by mountains around), ideal for sunbathing and relaxing and also for watersports.
Stop At: MYKONOS FARMERS, Agios Lazaros, Mikonos 846 00, Greece
Time for some Cheese tasting ! :-)
The guests get a basic tour of the premises and assortment of our cheeses with a glass of wine or any beverage.
If you want to learn how to make your own cheese, the best place to start may be a cheese-making course. No more boring theoretical classes, here everything is hands-on! Indeed, everyone gets involve in the making of the cheese so everyone can learn and have fun. Local experts cheese makers are great to get you trained on cheese-making, offering an introduction to making cheese, the chance to see an operating cheese production facility, and some cheese-making recipes to take home.
Participants will learn how to take the necessary steps to make their cheeses more naturally, without packaged starters, additives and chemicals, and how to source the best possible milk for their cheesemaking. Workshops are demonstration style -we all make cheese together round the table. We are a loving bunch, and enjoy answering questions along the way! Don’t hesitate to yell “Irene!” from across the room! Workshop’s are a lot of fun, and depending on the group – they can get rowdy- !
Classes range from 45-60 minutes providing a communal cooking experience catering for kitchen novices to cooking enthusiasts.
Upon arrival, you will receive a warm welcome from the Mykonos Farmer’s team, ready and waiting to check you in and settle you into your cooking experience.
Duration: 45 minutes