#4 in Best Places to Visit in Greece – The windmills you’ll definitely catch sight of on Mykonos Island have a rich past, going back to the 16th century, highlighting the smart approach of the people who used wind energy to fuel their industrial needs. Obviously, the importance of Mykonos Town is unparalleled.
Mykonos Greece Attractions
At the west end of it, you’ll find a zone termed ‘Little Venice’, where the buildings and the way they stand on the edge of the sea will thrill you as you recall the flooded avenues of Venice itself. The place has a curious pirate tale or two that occurred in yesteryears. One of the most famous archaeological sites here is Delos, a tiny landmass just 2 kilometers off the mainland’s western coast. Delos’s whole area has been declared a national museum where you can also appreciate the beaches and other attractions. The Armenistis Lighthouse is not only beautiful and ancient (constructed in 1891) it’s still functional and is also a key landmark on the island. Be sure to check out Paraportiani, an infamous Church with Greek architectural influences.