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“Mitsaras”: The Last Self-Made Mykonos Bagpipe Maestro
Mykonos bagpipe maestro Dimitris Koukas, aka "Mitsaras" passed in May 2021, taking a lifetime of Mykonian musical memory with him. Dimitris Koukas, played the Mykonian bagpipe—the...
Landmark Windmill of Mykonos Vandalized
A landmark windmill of Mykonos was vandalized after it was sprayed with graffiti, it emerged over the weekend. Local police are investigating the vandalism that...
Windmills of Mykonos: The History of a Landmark
In Mykonos, the wind blows all year-long. This is the reason why its windmills have become the island's iconic landmark.
Massive “Odyssey of the Seas” Cruises in Mykonos, Santorini
"Odyssey of the Seas," one of the largest and most luxurious cruise ships in the world, docked on Thursday at the port of Mykonos....
Why Are There as Many Churches on Mykonos as There Are Families?
Why is the Greek island of Mykonos home to so many churches, chapels, and monasteries?
Mykonos Airport Renamed after Heroine of the Greek Revolution
The newly refurbished airport of Mykonos will be renamed Mykonos-Manto Mavrogenous after the heroine of the Greek Revolution, it was announced on Tuesday. The initiative...
Tsabouna: Mykonos Bagpipe in Danger of Becoming Lost Art
The Mykonos bagpipe called Tsabouna played in for centuries lost recently one of its musical maestros with the passing of Dimitri Koukas.
How You Can Do Mykonos on €60 a Day
Despite its reputation as a luxury spot, you can actually go to Mykonos and enjoy what the island has to offer for a mere 50-60 euros a day.
Mykonos vs Santorini: The Ultimate Battle of the Greek Giants
Mykonos and Santorini are the absolute giants when it comes to a holiday on the Greek islands. Pictures of the two islands are often...
Mykonos Now Boasts Its Own Waterfalls
Mykonos has not only amazing beaches and intense nightlife, but it can also now boast of having its own waterfalls! Greece has seen storm after...