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Mykonos is the beloved Greek island of the international VIP. The vivid nightlife, superb beaches and high level of services are the elements that keep the island among the most famous destinations worldwide. Geo Travel organizes private excursions by AC vehicles for cruise passengers in several points of interest using the experience and expertise of our staff.

Mykonos flourished during the 60s and its economy was based in trade and fishing. The known local products of Mykonos are the cheese “kopanisti” , sausages and almond sweets.

The most important points of interest in Mykonos are: the traditional town of Mykonos , called Chora, where you can walk through the cobblestoned alleys and admire the Cycladic architecture. There are also tour two very interesting museums located in the town of Mykonos, the folkloric and the maritime museum. The first exhibits numerous objects of everyday life, traditional clothes and tools while the second depicts the rich maritime history of the island connected with Manto Mavrogenus, one of the heroines of Greek War of Independence.

More places worth to visit are: the monastery of Panagia Tourliani,  Mirki Venetia ( Small Venice) is a district assimilating Venice, the windmills of Mykonos and also the beaches Agios Sostis, Panormoms, Kalo Livadi,Kalafatis and Psaru the most famous and cosmopolitan of all.

Whatever your tour of preference is, you will return to the ship full of memories as you will have come closer to the true character of Mykonos.

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