Mykonos, a world-renowned destination, is a small island in the Cyclades, in the Aegean Sea. It can be a bit complicated sometimes, so here is a thorough guide of all you need to know about Mykonos and the Cyclades, by the Mykonos Kosmoplaz Beach Resort Hotel.
To begin with, The Aegean Sea is the archipelago located between Greece and Asia Minor; it is home to countless Greek islands, most found in clusters like the famous Cyclades island complex that dominates the center of the Aegean Sea. Many of the most well-known islands of Greece are part of the Cyclades, like Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Naxos and more; it’s easy to reach them by ferry from Piraeus and most major islands of the Aegean such as Crete and Rhodes, whereas you can also arrive to most of them by plane. There are flights and ferries interconnecting the islands of the Cyclades several times a day.
Mykonos Island is situated almost in the center of this cluster of islands. It’s sugar-cube shaped buildings, the colourful Little Venice and the iconic windmills are the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Mykonos, along with a cosmopolitan allure and über-exciting nightlife. Mykonos is the beating heart of the Cyclades, where everything that is good in life meets to create an unforgettable experience.
Apart from the Chora, the main town of Mykonos, there are beaches that with their unique and vibrant style have become destinations on their own. Platys Gialos, Psarou, Ftelia, Paradiso, are the most popular, and there are plenty more to discover. On the cosmopolitan beach of Platys Gialos, the four star Mykonos Kosmoplaz Beach Resort Hotel is a luxurious proposal for exquisite accommodation with impeccable services, directly on the sandy beach. For more on the fabulous life of Mykonos and the superb Mykonos Kosmoplaz Beach Resort Hotel visit www.mykonoskosmoplazhotel.gr