Holidays to Glastros
Within walking distance from busy Mykonos Town, Glastros is a pleasant suburb filled with hotels and houses. Its proximity to the airport makes it popular with holidaymakers, as does the closeness of the island's best beaches. Beach paradise Ornos is a 10 minute drive away, but you'll find plenty to do and see in Mykonos Town, including local museums, art galleries and some vibrant bars and clubs, as well as the island's famous windmills.
Megali Ammos is the nearest beach to Mykonos Town. Quiet and undeveloped, it has rocks to scramble over and rockpool in.
A small fishing harbour occupies one end of this sheltered sandy bay, which boasts great views of the Mykonos windmills.
Aegean Maritime Museum
Greece's fascinating seafaring history is compounded in this museum complete with intricate models of Greek ships.
Located up a windy path, the disused lighthouse, built in 1891, is the best place for panoramic views across the island.
Ornos Beach diving
Several diving schools have set up base at Ornos Beach, so take a dip in the sea and explore the marine life below.
Take a company ferry across to New Port, where you can then catch a boat to Santori or Athens on mainland Greece.
Manto Mavrogenous Square
The entrance to Mykonos Old Town is lined with restaurants and fast food joints overlooking a statue of the war heroine.
As the centre of Mykonos Town's up and coming restaurants, this area is home to many trendy cafes and bars.
Glastros is short of nightlife, but with plenty of hotels lining its streets, there's a good selection of bars.
Make a trip to Mykonos for this venue, with a cocktail bar on the terrace and a contemporary art gallery below.
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