Apartment | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 14
Angela's apartments are conveniently located in the heart of the picturesque capital Mykonos Town and only a few metres from the coast, offering a stunning view of the sea and the port.
Built in a wonderful garden, in the most envied location close to the centre of town as well as the port, Lodges Angela's apartments provide family atmosphere combined with traditional Greek hospitality.
All apartments, decorated according to the traditional Cycladic style, feature furnished verandas, fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator and private bathroom with shower. Each is equipped with TV, free Wi-Fi internet connection and air conditioning.
|Size||Sleeps up to 14, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Megali ammos 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Mykonos airport 2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details outdoors||
Meet guests at the airport / ferry terminal and take them back at the end of the holiday.
Free public parking at 150meters from the property.
Payment : 50% of the total price at the time of booking and 50% in the arrival date.
Payment preferences: American Express, VISA, Master Card
The Aegean Islands region
The Cyclades are Greek islands located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea. The archipelago contains some 2,200 islands, islets and rocks; just 33 islands are inhabited. For the ancients, they formed a circle around the sacred island of Delos, hence the name of the archipelago.
The best-known are, from north to south and from east to west: Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Naxos, Amorgos, Syros, Paros and Antiparos, Ios, Santorini, Anafi, Kea, Kythnos, Serifos, Sifnos, Folegandros and Sikinos, Milos and Kimolos; to these can be added the little Cyclades: Irakleia, Schoinoussa, Koufonisi, Keros and Donoussa, as well as Makronisos between Kea and Attica, Gyaros, which lies before Andros, and Polyaigos to the east of Kimolos and Thirassia, before Santorini. At times they were also called by the generic name of Archipelago.
Don't let the crowds put you off exploring MYKONOS TOWN, the archetypal postcard image of the Cyclades. Its sugar-cube buildings are stacked around a cluster of seafront fishermen's dwellings, with every nook and cranny scrubbed and shown off. Most people head out to the beaches during the day, so early morning or late afternoon are the best times to wander the maze of narrow streets.
The labyrinthine design was intended to confuse the pirates who plagued Mykonos in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and it still has the desired effect.
You don't need any maps or hints to explore the convoluted streets and alleys of town – getting lost is half the fun. There are, however, a few places worth seeking out. Coming from the ferry quay you'll pass the Archeological Museum on your way into town, which displays some good Delos pottery; the town also boasts a Maritime Museum displaying various nautical artefacts, including a lighthouse re-erected in the back garden. Alternatively, behind the two banks there's the library, with Hellenistic coins and late medieval seals, or, at the base of the Delos jetty, the Folklore Museum, housed in an eighteenth-century mansion and cramming in a larger-than-usual collection of bric-a-brac, including a vast four-poster bed. The museum shares the same promontory as the old Venetian kástro, the entrance to which is marked by Mykonos's oldest and best-known church, Paraportianí, which is a fascinating asymmetrical hodgepodge of four chapels amalgamated into one.
The shore leads to the area known as "Little Venice" because of its high, arcaded Venetian houses built right up to the water's edge. Its real name is Alefkándhra, a trendy district packed with art galleries, chic bars and discos. Away from the seafront, behind Platía Alefkándhra, are Mykonos's two cathedrals: Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox. Beyond, the famous windmills look over the area, a little shabby but ripe for photo opportunities.
Instead of retracing your steps along the water's edge, follow Énoplon Dhinaméon (left off Mitropóleos) to Tría Pigádhia fountain. The name means "Three Wells", and legend has it that should a maiden drink from all three she is bound to find a husband.