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One of many small churches in Mykonos Town. It honours Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2018
Dan L
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Bunbury, Australia
Small little church by the see

St. Nicholas is theprotector of sailors. If you walk around the old port and I'm sure you will... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2017
Caio M
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Sao Paulo, SP
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

One of many small churches in Mykonos Town. It honours Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of fishermen and sailors and dates to the 4th century. Whitewashed walls, light blue painted dome, windows, entry door and garden benches, great location to take a rest and enjoy...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 3 March 2018

This very small church has been for the local fishermen to pray for a good catch of the sea and to return home safely. It is sweet and filled with the beautiful Greek Orthodox relics. On the harbor

Thank Valerie P
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Agios Nikolakis Church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. Appropriately located at the entrance of the old harbor in Mykonos Town, this tidy little church with its blue dome is the first thing that caught our attention when we arrived. The...More

Thank Linda Y
Reviewed 2 November 2017

St. Nicholas is theprotector of sailors. If you walk around the old port and I'm sure you will, you will see this beautiful little church.

Thank Caio M
Reviewed 9 October 2017

This pretty little church is a mandatory photo op when you are in the Old Port of Mykonos (really, it is a Greek law!). It is a pretty building and is usually surrounded by people (all law abiding citizens).

Thank mgill2005
Reviewed 26 July 2017

I accidentally came upon this lovely Greek Church during service. Although I did not understand the language, I was mesmerized by the beauty of it's opulent design, and welcome by some of the congregation members

Thank aureliaseucharan
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

By the old port. In front of the waters. It is impossible to take a photo of this without anyone in it. People sitting on benches on either side of the church. Some even smiling as they purposely sit there knowing they will be in...More

Thank Tweetcoz
Reviewed 25 February 2017

We stopped by this church while waiting for the seabus at the old town port. It's named for St. Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. It appears to be well maintained. Worth a quick stop when in the area.

Thank JudyMetroNYCarea
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Agios Nikolakis is a sweet petite church at the old port of Mykonos You can relax on a bench outside, resting your back, respectfully on the church's walls enjoying the comings and goings of the old town, you can see everything and everyone from there....More

Thank Katerinas32
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Almost all of the Greek islands have a church named for Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. The one in Mykonos is near the sea and has a blue dome and white exterior. It is a small church but has some lovely chandeliers. The...More

Thank ITRT
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