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Mykonos Palace Beach Hotel sits impressively on the golden sanded beach of Platis Gialos. It has an immense view of the emerald crystal waters of the breathtaking Aegean Sea. Consisting of several Cycladic style whitewashed buildings with painted window shutters, Mykonos Palace Beach Hotel emulates a pure feeling of relaxed living on the island of Mykonos
Strategically located within just a 5 minute walk away from Mykonos Town center, whilst situated ideally on a little quiet spot away from the bustling crowds and noise of Mykonos Town, Anastasios-Sevasti hotel in Mykonos Town, is a top choice hotel for accommodation among Mykonos Town hotels, as the hotel's guests enjoy a privileged location, clean and comfortable rooms.
Omiros Hotel has been a family owned hotel since 1963. Omiros embodies the epitome of Greek hospitality, offering breathtaking amazing views, close proximity to the beach, and great service. Nestled on a cliff above the old port of Mykonos, Omiros Hotel has been offering the best view of Mykonos Town since its inception & the best reviews ever written for accommodation of one star Hotel in Mykonos island.
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Mykonos has been a popular party haven since the 1970s. It is still considered one of the best clubbing destinations in the world attracting top DJs throughout the summer months. The island is especially famous for its beach clubs where the parties start in the middle of the day and continue into the early hours of the morning. The best known clubs outside the capital are Cavo Paradiso and Paradise Club – the places to go for headline DJs. In town, Astra, and the newly opened Moni club are well-known high end establishments attracting an international crowd while Guzel is famous as a more local Greek haunt. Mykonos also boasts an assortment of bars some on the main streets of Chora and others tucked away in cobbled alleyways.
In contrast to other Cycladic capitals, the capital town (Hóra) of the island is not built in the shape of an amphitheatre but instead spreads out over a wide area. It is one of the best examples of Cycladic architecture and a spellbinding attraction for visitors. Stroll around its narrow marble streets and admire whitewashed houses with colourful doors and window frames, bougainvillea trees in purple bloom and hidden churches. Pay a visit to the church of Panayia Paraportiani, the Town hall and the castle situated above the harbour. Don’t forget to visit the Archaeological, Folklore and Maritime Museums to take in a little history. Wander around the pedestrian shopping streets of the Hóra, always colourful and busy. The most glamorous of all is Matoyánni Street, lined with brand name stores, charming cafés and stylish restaurants.