Little Venice
Little Venice

Little Venice

Free admission
Little Venice, Mykonos, Mykonos

The Basics

Named for its Venetian-style housing, Little Venice is one of Chora Mykonos’ most picturesque quarters. Guided walking tours of Mykonos Town often include a visit to Little Venice, as do shore excursions, which typically add other must-see sights on the Greek island, such as Kalafatis Beach on Mykonos’ southeast coast and Panagia Tourliani Monastery in Ano Mera. Cruises departing from Chora Mykonos often sail by Little Venice, offering unobstructed views of its wooden balconies.

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Mykonos: Swim at Rhenia & watch the Sunset at Little Venice
Mykonos: Swim at Rhenia & watch the Sunset at Little Venice
$139.48 per adult
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Book the trip; my husband and I booked this last minute and it was very much worth it, the guides and the food was awesome. Views are amazing!
Blakelyn_b, Oct 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Little Venice is a must for sunset-watchers and photographers.

  • Browse the shops of Little Venice, which sell everything from clothes to crafts to souvenirs.

  • If you plan on having dinner here, book ahead. Terrace tables quickly fill around sunset.

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How to Get There

Little Venice is situated in Chora Mykonos on Mykonos, one of Greece’s Cyclades Islands. The easiest way to get there is on foot. From the windmills (Kato Milli), follow the road leading toward the sea.

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When to Get There

Little Venice is postcard-perfect at any time of the day, but especially so at sunset. Plan a sunset cocktail or dinner to fully enjoy the seafront view. From the afternoon on, Little Venice tends to be busy—the later it gets, the livelier it becomes. For a quieter experience, come early in the morning instead.

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Nearby Sights in Mykonos

After wandering Little Venice, take some time to explore the rest of Chora Mykonos. Take photos of the Church of Panagia Paraportiani, whose gleaming whitewashed exterior contrasts with the blue of the sky and the Aegean Sea. Visit the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos to examine ancient artifacts from Delos, and peruse the Aegean Maritime Museum to view nautical memorabilia, including old maps, ship models, and navigation equipment.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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