Saturday, 17 March 2012
ROMANTIC GATEWAYS OF THE WORLD - MYKONOS
The town of
consists of number of small streets, shops and churches all painted white in color and having vibrant drapes. The shops of Mykonos Mykonos have an array of souvenirs and jewellery and as such are a shopper’s paradise.
The sandy beaches of
Mykonos along with their azure clear water make them one of the most scenic places on the European travel circuit. These beaches are the happening places in the city where you find numerous activities going on along with a number of water sports, sunbathing, playing a game of volleyball or just strolling with your partner. Nudism is accepted in Mykonos and if you prefer this, have a ball in this city of . The famous beaches of Greece Mykonos can be named as Platys Gialos, super paradise, Elia beach, Houlakia ornos, Ftelia & Glios Stefano. Each of these beaches is worth a visit. Scuba diving, wind surfing, kayaking are among the few of the water sports that can be experienced in Mykonos. The famous is a landmark spot for various movies. beach of Agios Loannis
Another great attraction of
Mykonos is its night life. After sunset falls on the beaches of Mykonos and lights go up, a different side of this great town can be seen. Mykonos wakes up to another kind of environment. The small streets are filled with tourists, their hurried feets moving up to the nearest pubs, bars, nightclubs, discos and cafes. The air is fill with the sound of hard music and DJ all around the world gather to deliver their best. Nightlife in Mykonos is an experience that has to be experienced (not for couples who like solitude and a quite night). This night life ranks among one of the best and wildest in Europe and people from all round the globe come to this little town to enjoy it. So, when in Mykonos, don’t miss this exciting nightlife with your partner as you can just freak out the whole night visiting the various nightclubs or discos dancing and dining and having a night of your life.
The official population of
Mykonos is only 9,000 inhabitants but in peak season this population crosses a million a year due to the vast tourists that visit this wonderful and charming city. Lastly, a word about Petros the Pelican. He is the mascot of Mykonos. He was found in 1954 and later became a family of the Mykonos people. He died in 1986 but is now being reviewed by 3 more pelicans, one of them named after Petros.