About Mykonos Town (Chora)
Mykonos Town (Chora) expresses the most cosmopolitan breeze of the island. Furthermore it reveals the vibrant pulse of Mykonos nightlife which is marketed as among the best in Europe. In Mykonos Town (Chora) you can easily find fancy bars (Mykonos nightlife features more bars than clubs) to enjoy the best drinks and cocktails that can be served.
Mykonos Town (Chora) is known for its distinctive rhythm of life: usually the parties 'initiate' during the midday on the beaches and then continues to all night long. Walking on the narrow winding cobbled streets, lined by whitewashed cubic houses with flat roofs and blue wooden shutters and balconies has been always an exciting experience for the gossip-magazine and famous celebrities who turn up here through all summer long. For many, Mykonos Town has been always considered a 'playground for big boys'. Bougainvillea, geraniums and pots of basil add splashes of colour fill a mosaic of colours to describe the beauty of Mykonos Town (Chora).
Mykonos is widely known for its sandy beaches. From Mykonos Town (Chora) and at a short distance from New Aeolos Hotel, the guests are able to choose and visit these famous beaches such as Kalafati, Elia and Kalo Livadi.
Mykonos constitutes 9 sub-regions, Agios Stefanos, Ano Mera, Ftelia, Kalafatis, Marathi, Myconos or Chora, Ornos, Platy Gialos and Psarou.
About Mykonos Island
Mykonos is the most popular island destination of Greece in terms of cosmopolitan lifestyle and vibrant nightlife as witnessed by a vast number of bars and nightclubs. The island belongs to the Cyclades complex of islands, located among Paros, Naxos and Tinos, spreading in area of approximately 105 km (~40 sq m). Additionally its highest spot stands around 340 m (~1,20 ft).
Despite the lack of green nature, Mykonos Island has significant beauty. Composed mainly of granite the island has approximately 9.000 inhabitants a norm that increased radically from spring to autumn. Both locals and visitors live and stay (where Aeolos Hotel is also established) at the island's capital, Mykonos Town or Chora as called in Greek on the west coastline.
Mykonos is also connected with the Greek mythology and took its name after a local hero, who is presumed an offspring of the god Apollo and was worshipped locally in antiquity.