I have been to a few Greek islands before: Kos, Skiathos, Skopelos but my latest visit to Mykonos was one of the best. It is one of the most gorgeous islands and towns I’ve set foot in. I don’t know about you but when I think of a Greek island, I think white stoned walls, blue roofs and gorgeous beaches. Mykonos was all of that and more, it had tiny laneways, beautiful tiled floors and cute cafes with the best Greek food. To top it all off on the hill just outside the town is a group of iconic windmills which look great from afar and close up.
This of course made Mykonos one of the most photogenic towns I’ve visited in a while and I couldn’t stop taking photos. Many of the streets were busy come afternoon but early in morning the streets were quiet and photo taking was a pleasant job. Many of these photos were taken at 8am so I didn’t even have to get up crazily early. Just wander around the laneways and you’ll find spot after spot that you’ll want to take photos of.
The other great time to grab photos in Mykonos Town was at sunset. The windmills were on a west facing hill meaning the sun dipped into the ocean just behind the windmills. This meant fantastic photos of sunset and windmills!
One thing that’s certain about Mykonos is that no amount of words could do it justice! So I’m going to leave the pictures to do the rest of the talking…
Discovering Mykonos Town
Have you been to Mykonos?
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