I went to Mykonos early June. I arrived in Mykonos around noon time from Athens. After dropped our luggage at the beautiful Leto Hotel, perfectly located on the seafront of the old port of Mykonos, we walked straight to Manto square for a brief guided city tour. We walked on the narrow cobbled stone pathways. We saw whitewashed cute sugar houses along the ways, mostly decorated with blue doors and windows and potted plants on the stairways. We stopped by the famous ParaPortiani Church, an ‘iceberg’ shape church, probably the most photographed Church in Mykonos, which is formed by 5 chapels. We took many pictures there. Then, we walked passed the Little Venice towards the windmills. To our pleasant surprise, we met the Celebrity Pelican-Petros, something we wished for, but did not expect happening so soon after our arrival in Mykonos. We were so excited and we trailed behind Petros for few minutes before he disappear. We were very lucky to capture him on camera as well. Next, we went up the hill to see the windmills, the famous landmark of Mykonos.
Later, we were taken to the Paradise Beach for lunch. I ordered some fresh fruits and sumptuous seafood spaghetti. The seafood spaghetti was very yummy. After lunch, we had some times to wander around, and I happily took a lot of pictures of the beautiful Paradise beach, famous for its restaurants, bars and facilities. After that, we went back to Mykonos town to do some light shopping and get lost in the beautiful labyrinth. Dinner was held in one of the seafood restaurant near the red Dome Church. Of course, we did not miss the chance to witness the beautiful sunset near the ParaPortiani Church after our dinner.
The Cyclades House on Mykonos, one of my latest design collection, depicts my sweet memories and discoveries in this magnificent Mykonos Island.