Saturday, October 5, 2013


This gem of the Aegean will satisfy your thirst for knowledge, lust for adventure, 
desire for partying and craving for cuisine...

 Nammos Restaurant - Psarou Beach
With astounding archaeological sites, islands of extreme beauty, bucolic villages and some of the greatest food you’ll ever consume, Greece should be on every traveller's list.

Island-hop in the playground of the Greek gods - through whitewashed villages and rugged landscapes, over decadent sand beaches and across the azure waters of the Aegean. Saunter through vineyards and olive groves scattered among Byzantine churches, and dine on fresh seafood under the golden Mediterranean sun. Discover the myths and legends of Mykonos and Ios, quaff wine renowned to cure broken hearts in Naxos and round off this Greek Islands adventure with a visit to the mighty ruins of Athens.

Mykonos is world famous for its beautiful golden sandy beaches and transparent waters. There is a beach for every taste and mood. Nudists, round-the-clock party people, families and those seeking a break from the madness of Mykonos will all be able to find a beach that fits their taste.

The beaches on the south shore of the island have the best sand, view and are protected from the Meltemi, the local Cycladic wind. Keep in mind that most people begin to arrive in the early afternoon, and you can avoid the worst of the crowds by going in the morning. The north coast beaches are less developed but just as beautiful. They are less organized and crowded and most suitable for those in search of a bit of calm.

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