Well, If you are a music lover then i dont think i need to explain you about Stereo Love of Edward Maya and Vika Jigulina. If you also have seen the video then would not you like to know where Stereo love was filmed?
According to Edward Maya he was fallen in love with Greece. Greece has lot to offer to explore. Islands of Mykonos is one of them where Stereo love was filmed. So lets have a virtual travel to Mykonos.
Islands of Mykonos
Mykonos is one of the very famous tourist destination in the Greek islands of the Cyclades group. It is located in the middle of the Aegean Sea. Mykonosis famed as a cosmopolitan destination amongst the Greek islands. There is another reason why this Island is famous for – loud dance clubs, English breakfasts and over-priced merchandise. Warning – So if you do not like music and all that stuff please do not visit here.
When to travel to Mykonos
The climate of Mykonos is known as hot, dry summers and mild winters. It is similar to the other Aegean islands it hardly ever rains during summer but rain showers can be expected between October and April. Temperatures in July and August range from 30ºC (86ºF) during the day to 22ºC (72ºF) at night. The Cyclades are famous for the constant wind called meltemi like lu in rajasthanin July and August that increases the heat a bit. so you can consider travelling somewhere the period of mid-May through mid-October it’s usually warm and sunny enough to enjoy the beaches.
What to see in Mykonos?
so what to see in Mykonos? Mykonos towns are so fascinating. so begin your journey from here only. I am going to mention some beautiful towns of Mykonos which are worth to visit.
1. Alefkandra (Little Venice)
Alefkandra is a district which is located in the west of the town at the sea. It is quite famous for its picturesque medieval two and three storey houses, which stand like a wall above the sea, and their colourful wooden balconies. Little Venice is one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the whole of Mykonos and offers a fantastic sunset.
You can make your trip more beautiful by drinking a cocktail in one of the many bars and cafes while watching the sunset on the seashore.
2. The Windmills
The windmills are one of the most recognized landmarks of Mykonos.
There was the time when this island was a great producer of wheat and bread. The area of the windmills has a splendid view on Alefkandra and is the most popular place in Mykonos to watch the sunset.
3. Panagia Paraportiani
There are lots of Churches but the most popular is Panagia Paraportianí.
This whitewashed church, which building dates back to 1425 and was not completed until the 17th century, is the most popular and most photographed of the 400 churches on the whole island of Mykonos. The church is located in the Kastro district, the oldest section of Mykonos
4. Petros the Pelican
Dont forget to meet the Petros when you visit here. You can find him at the waterfront or sometimes in the town.
Originally the pelican was found wounded off the coast of Paranga shore after a storm back in the 1950s by a local fisherman. The pelican was nursed to health and remained on the island supported by locals. It soon adopted the name “Petros”. To great disappointment by locals and tourists alike, Petros was hit by a car on 2 December 1985 and failed to recover. After Petros died in 1986 he was so popular that a new pelican was introduced as a successor. Now there are three pelicans inhabiting the island.
5. Beaches in Mykonos
Do not forget to spend some quality time at the Beaches when you travel to Mykonos. Most of the beaches have tavernas and restaurants and are well equipped with deck chairs and parasols.
Most common price at the beaches is € 12 for a set of two deck chairs and an umbrella. The best beaches are on the south side of the island and sheltered from the prevailing northern wind.
On the more popular beaches, it is not uncommon for people to walk down the beach selling probably illegal goods such as DVDs, fake bags, clothes, jewellery and watches. They come right up to you and it can be somewhat annoying but they are easily pushed away with a simple ‘No, thank you’.
Many beaches, even the more family-orientated, are often populated with the ‘european’ style of sunbathing for example topless or on other words nude beach.