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Mikonos Marina, Mykonos Island, Greece
known as Port of Mykonos
Mikonos Marina (or Port of Mykonos) is a large harbour located in the city of Mykonos on the shores of the Aegean Sea and is also situated on the island of Mykonos. This fantastic city was greatly influenced by Venetian culture and the best proof is Little Venice. It is a marvellous area to visit and will make you feel like you’re in Italy. Relax and enjoy the fantastic seaside views of the top hotels in the city: Petinos Beach Hotel, Kouros Hotel & Suites, Hotel Belvedere, Nissaki Hotel and Semeli Hotel. Restaurants in the vicinity are open all year round and will transform a simple dinner into a unique romantic experience. Sample a generous lunch or an exclusive dinner on the shores of the sea in these beautiful venues: Avli Tou Thodori, M-eating, Pepper Mykonos, Passo Doble and Kikis Tavern. Prepare yourself for a remarkable vacation in the country of Greece and you will not regret it. Explore the sandy beaches and calm waters of Mikonos marina and let yourself be fascinated by this port’s beauty.
Facilities of Mikonos Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Mikonos Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Mykonos Island
This paradise of an island, also known as the island of the winds, is part of the Cyclades and lies between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos. Fondly called "Ibiza of Greece", it is a vibrant summer setting for an impressive number of tourists each year, from the attraction seekers, crowd surfers, fun and night-long entertainment enthusiasts to those who wish to lay back on the beach and enjoy the radiant Greek sun.
Named after its first ruler, Mykons, as per Greek mythology, the son or grandson of the god Apollo and a local hero, the island has stood the testament of time and still dazzles in modern times, perhaps more than ever. Mykonos is also said to have been the battle arena between Hercules and the Giants, after having lured them from the protection of Mount Olympus. At the point when the great Hercules slaughtered them, he tossed them in the ocean where they transformed into immense rocks, shaping Mykonos.
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