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Tips for exploring Mykonos
Παραλία Αγίου Ιωαννη - Lithos by Spyros & Flora

Παραλία Αγίου Ιωαννη

The beach of Agios Ioannis is located 200 meters away from the hotel - a 5 minute walk. The biggest part of it is organized having sunbeds and parasols available at a cost. There are two restaurants available on the beach serving Greek mediterranean food. From this beach one can enjoy spectacular views overlooking Delos, the cape of Aleomandra and the canal between Mykonos and Delos.
Παραλία Κάπαρη - Lithos by Spyros & Flora

Παραλία Κάπαρη

Kapari is located 800 meters away from the hotel - a 15 minute walk. For those who desire to be far from the social chaos, and are well informed Kapari is the beloved beach and is most commonly known by the locals. It is not organized and there aren’t any bars and restamutants. It has fine sand and the best view of Delos, which is even more breath-taking when the sun is setting.
Παραλία Ορνού - Lithos by Spyros & Flora

Παραλία Ορνού

Ornos Beach is 2 km away from the hotel - easily access by public bus. It is an organized beach having sunbeds and Parasols available at a cost. There are restaurants and cafes - bars offering services from the early hours until late at night.
Water taxi - Lithos by Spyros & Flora
Water taxi
Why drive to the beach when you can simply take a boat directly to the sand? The water taxi allows you to ”hop on” and “hop off” at some of the most famous and beautiful beaches on the island such as Platis Yialos beach, Paraga beach, Paradise beach, Super Paradise beach, Agrari beach and Elia beach. The water taxi operates with 14 boats. All the captains are experts and know their way around the island, ensuring you have a fun and safe time.
Χώρα Μυκόνου - Lithos by Spyros & Flora
Χώρα Μυκόνου
Mykonos town, the “capital” of the island, also called Chora by the locals, is a typical Cycladic village built amphitheatrically. It has whitewashed cubic houses with wooden coloured doors, windows and balconies, narrow streets forming a labyrinth, beautiful churches, lovely chapels and purple bougainvilleas contrasting with the bright white of the buildings walls.
Δήλος - Lithos by Spyros & Flora
Δήλος
Even though it is one of the smallest islands in the Aegean, Delos (just 6.85 km2) was the most famous and sacred of all islands in antiquity, since, according to the legend, it was there that Apollo-Helios, god of daylight, and Artemis-Selene, goddess of night light, were born - it was, in short, the birthplace of Light, which the Greeks always regarded as precious.