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knicks_fan87

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I personally hate the hassle of driving around Greece. I prefer to take taxis but when I'm on smaller islands I love to rent ATVs. If you're adventurous enough, try it out and post some pics :)
 

Worldwide Greeks Editor

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So true! Renting an ATV (and even walking around/walking tours) is a great way to experience the natural beauty of Mykonos!

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k_tsoukalas

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I personally hate the hassle of driving around Greece. I prefer to take taxis but when I'm on smaller islands I love to rent ATVs. If you're adventurous enough, try it out and post some pics :)
This works especially well for some of the smaller islands!
 

Ftelia beach is the best secluded beaches in Mykonos

Ftelia beach almost has no organized beach clubs or restaurants, which makes it really great because there is a lot of privacy and little noise. It's also very cost effective as you don't need to pay for a beach chair and you don't need to order any food or drinks. I like to just set up a towel and enjoy the nature with my friends and family. The beach is located just by Ano Mera village so there's lots to do before or after your swim. The only thing you'll need to be aware of us at the beach gets pretty windy. Good luck!

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I have read PLF no longer required for Greece. Does this apply for Mykonos also ?

Visit these churches in Mykonos!

One thing that many don't think about when going to Mykonos is visiting churches! In my opinion, visiting churches is one of the best ways to get to know the history and culture of Greece. Before Mykonos was a party island, it was a regular old Greek island with very religious inhabitants (Greece has a strong Greek Orthodox Christian culture). Here are some of the churches that I recommend visiting

1. Agia Eleni Church
2. Paleokastro Monastery
3. Panagia Tourliani
4. Panagia Paraportiani
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