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Mykonos  was another island that we wanted to visit during a cruise. There was no sense staying there for a week, as the island is tiny and there are only few interesting sights to see. Mykonos is famous mainly for Ibiza – all night booze ups and discos . . . and the  pelican Petros...
Mykonos  is a Greek island that I fell in love with at first sight. Let me show some photos of this impressive island. Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Zoozi
Let me warn you - this review is not for everyone. The guide says that this is "the most beautiful beach on  Mykonos  island, which has become a place of rest for nudists, gays and lesbians from around the world". The same guide stated that "family vacation is certainly not advised,"...
Our ship had anchored not far from a berth of the Greek island of  Mykonos . The town is located on the shore of a cozy bay. There were a lot of restaurants and cafes, and shops. The streets were so narrow that it was best to move by foot or by a small vehicle. We met ancient residents...
This was the most ambiguous, most expensive, and the most useful cruise. Here is our cruise report: We were leaving  Venice  on a sunny day. I've already taken pictures of the coast from the board of a ship several times, and now I am jealous of people standing on the...
The fifth day. Continuation. The symbol of  Mykonos  island is the pelican: We walked around  Mykonos in the evening, so the photos are dark. Doesn't it look like Venice? :) Here are the city streets: This is the view of the streets of  Mykonos island : Behind...
The fifth day. We sailed from  Santorini island to  Mykonos island. It was interesting to sail along Greece. Different islands could be seen constantly. All you do is sit on the balcony and admire the views :) A holiday is a good thing! :) And here, our plane was getting...
Mykonos, in many respects, outperforms  Santorini . Beaches here are much better and there are much more of them; no need to climb 15 minutes up on a donkey or stand in line for a cable car to get from the sea to the city. There are no crowds of tourists, and at the same time...