Pretty place but indeed very little if you compare it with the real Venice. Nice to start your walk through Mykonos town.
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This is such a nice part of town, with little paths leading in all directions, with shops and cafes. beautiful buildings every were at night its so colourful. You can get lost but find the way home easy.
It's right next to the windmills, so it's very touristic, but that doesn't stop the beauty of it. Take a drink in one of the many bars located there, and just enjoiy your time, especially during sunset. If you stay some nights in Mykonos, be...More
Anyone visiting Mykonos should pass by Little Venice where the old city castle-like walls used to be. This is a mini- version of the Italian Venice making this a picture perfect spot. Hundreds of little shops and sunset bars in the alleys surrounding this area...More
Little Venice was a site of Dreams. We got lost in the white labyrinth of its streets and found amazing corners, with blue or turquoise doors and windows, plants and flowers, and lots of cats!! The views were fascinating. I imagine it must be very...More
We visited Mykonos as part of a cruise ship excursion and it was a charming experience, particularly the narrow streets and the famous windmills. We participated in a guided tour of Delos which was very informative. Most of the artifacts have long been removed but...More
It was interesting to walk through town and enjoy the beautiful town. Our cruise ship stopped on Sunday which is usually a day off but there were plenty of shops, restaurant and bars open to take care of us.
Nothing much and probably there just to take a picture like everyone else. Little Venice is a stretch of houses or shops along the sea which it says resembles Venice. But I reckon it will be a busy area to hangout during the summer when...More
A wonderful part of the Mykonos town which really warrants a visit. Souvenir shops are aplenty, selling various trnkets and stuff. Best of all is the food...with so many restaurants lining the pier-front, one is spoiled for choice, but do try eating at anyone of...More