Mykonos is a popular tourist destination in the Greek islands of the Cyclades group, situated in the middle of the Aegean Sea. Mykonos is located south of Tinos, east of Syros and north of Paros and Naxos.
Mykonos' main communities are Chora, the island's port town and capital, and Ano Mera.
- Mykonos Town (Chora) is a stunningly picturesque Cycladic town with a maze of tiny streets and whitewashed steps lanes, houses and churches, gathered around its harbour in the middle of a wide bay. It is one of the most cosmopolitan and crowded towns of the Aegean. Although the streets are lined with little shops, boutiques, art galleries, cafes, stylish bars and restaurants, Mykonos Town has not completely lost its identity. Despite the island’s rapid growth and development, it’s traditional Cycladic architectural style and character has remained firmly intact, thanks to the island’s strict building regulations.
- Ano Mera is a small village on the middle of the island, and the only inland settlement on the whole of Mykonos, about 7 km east of Mykonos Town. Ano Mera is based around a large central square, which is lined on three sides by a series of Greek tavernas. The monastery of Panagia Tourliani, founded in 1542, is Ano Mera's most significant highlight.
- Agios Ioannis is a small settlement with two taverns, one restaurant and one tiny store. Agios Ioannis is famous as the location for the movie "Shirley Valentine".
- Agios Stefanos with many hotels, good restaurants, taverns and cafes.
- Platys Gialos is a popular tourist resort where small fishing boats transport tourists to the southern beaches of Mykonos.
- Ornos with several choices for staying, food and drink, and a well organized food market with a butcher's shop, bakery, super market and a pharmacy.
- Tourlos is where most of the cruise ships dock, private yachts and fishing boats use the marina and the port receives some of the ferries coming from the mainland or other islands.
Mykonos is famed as a cosmopolitan destination amongst the Greek islands and widely recognised as one of the great travel meccas. It is one of the most touristed islands in the Aegean. This means that any visitors should be prepared for loud dance clubs, English breakfasts and over-priced merchandise. Mykonos, along with Santorini, is more expensive than other Greek islands.
Mykonos tends to be extremely crowded with visitors in July and August. The best time to visit Mykonos is May through June (early season, accommodation is much cheaper and it's not that hot), or September through mid-October (post season).
Ibiza, Gran Canaria, Sitges (all in Spain) and Mykonos are the hottest gay holiday destinations that Europe has to offer. Out of these four Mykonos has the most character. Mykonos is a gay friendly island, featuring a vibrant gay nightlife. Recently quite a few new gay bars and clubs have opened. If you're gay, get yourself an up to date map  with all the gay venues. The most popular beaches with gays are Super Paradise and Elia. These are not gay beaches, but they have parts where gays congregate. The only gay beach which deserves that name, is the small beach between Elia and Agrari.
Greek is the official language of Greece, and therefore it's spoken by all the permanent inhabitants of the island and most of its visitors, but the foreign visitor will have no problem at all communicating in foreign languages, mainly in English.
The journey between the port of Piraeus (Athens) and Mykonos takes between 4h 30min and 5h 15min, depending on the type of ferry you are taking. On a slow ferry a seat in economy class will cost € 30,50. All the ferries to Mykonos depart from Port Gate Ε7. Most of the ferries connecting Piraeus to Mykonos stop working by end of October and resume by April.
Many travelers probably don’t even consider Rafina a possible departure port if they are heading to one of the Cyclades, but if you are arriving at the airport of Athens you are often better off taking a ferry from Rafina than traveling to Athens and get a ferry from Piraeus. The journey between Rafina and Mykonos takes between 2h 10min and 5h 30min, depending on the type of ferry you are taking. On a regular ferry expect to pay € 21 per person for a seat in economy class. Most of the ferries connecting Rafina to Mykonos stop working by end of October and resume by April.
Mykonos can also be reached directly from other islands in the Cyclades. There are frequent boat connections from Syros, Andros, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Ios and Santorini. There are less frequent boat connections from Crete, Rhodes, Chios and Lesvos. Not more than twice a week there is a time consuming boat service from Samos and Ikaria.
Mykonos has two ports: the old port in Mykonos Town, and the new port at Tourlos, about 2 km north of Mykonos Town. Check before you travel which port your boat will use. All cruise ships use the new port and most of the ferries as well. The highspeed catamaran services still use the old port in Mykonos town.
Mykonos has an airport (IATA: JMK) , about 4km away from the main town. There are daily flights from Athens airport (35 minutes) by Olympic Air  and Aegean Airlines . In high season there are also less frequent flights from Rhodes, Santorini and Crete (Heraklion) by Sky Express .
From May till October charter airlines fly directly to Mykonos from many European airports.
- Air Berlin  flies from Berlin Tegel (TXL), Düsseldorf (DUS) , Hamburg (HAM), Hannover (HAJ), Munich (MUN), Nuremberg (NUE), Stuttgart (STR), Vienna (VIE) and London Stansted (STN);
- EasyJet  flies from London Gatwick (LGW), Milan Malpensa (MXP), Paris Orly (ORY) and Rome Fiumicino (FCO);
- Edelweiss Air  flies from Zurich (ZRH);
- Lauda Air  flies from Vienna (VIE);
- German Wings  flies from Cologne/Bonn (CGN);
- Meridiana  flies from Milan Orio al Serio (BGY), Milan Malpensa (MXP) and Verona (VRN);
- ThomasCook  and Jetairfly  fly from Brussels (BRU);
- Transavia  and Arkefly  fly from Amsterdam (AMS);
- Trawel Fly  flies from Milan Orio al Serio (BGY).
Taxis are usually waiting at the airport, at the taxi rank opposite the terminal building, but competition for them can be keen. A taxi from Mykonos airport to town costs about € 8. Many Mykonos hotels offer airport transfers.
During high season there is an infrequent public bus service from the airport to the southern bus terminal, Fabrika, in Mykonos Town. The bus leaves the southern bus terminal in Mykonos Town at 12:15PM and 1.45PM, and then is scheduled to go back from the airport to Fabrika 10 minutes later. As the schedule changes every two weeks those times might change a little. This bus service is not useful if you have to go to the port.
Take a free and useful Mykonos Sky Map  from the airport. This free map is also sold in shops in Mykonos Town.
Distances from Mykonos Town in km (and taxi prices in 2007)
With a length of 12 to 15 km and a width of 10km, Mykonos is one of the smallest of the Cyclades islands. On Mykonos you can get around by bus, taxi, car, scooter, ATV or boat.
There is a bus network  that takes you around the island. There are two bus stations in Mykonos town, each on different sides of Mykonos town. From the main southern bus station, Fabrica, buses can be taken for departures to Platys Gialos, Paraga, Paradise, Ornos and Agios Ioannis. From the northern bus station, Remezzo, which is not very far from the old port ferry quay, buses can be taken for departures to Ano Mera, Elia and Kalafatis. Frequencies of buses are higher in high season. Departure times are clearly marked at the bus stations. There are also night buses from Mykonos to Platis Gialos and Paradise leaving every hour.
There is no bus connection between the two bus stations. From one bus station to the other will take about 20 minutes of walking through the streets of Mykonos town.
You can buy your bus tickets (go and return) before boarding the bus. They are available at kiosks, mini-markets and tourist shops. Hand over your ticket to the bus driver and he will "validate" it by simply tearing your ticket. There are ticket stamping machines in the bus, but they simply don't function. Don't be surprised (and don't try to explain why) if a man that is already on the bus near the bus driver will check your "validated" ticket a few minutes later. Even though your ticket is just teared and not stamped, he will inspect your ticket thoroughly. Bus tickets are € 1.40, except for the further destinations of Elia and Kalafatis which cost € 1,70. Tickets for night buses are are also € 1,70. Sometimes it is very possible to buy a ticket from the bus driver, though you may have to wait at the back of line while you wait for the people who have already bought tickets to get on. Buses in Mykonos are almost always full during the busy parts of the day; the bus driver will squeeze in as many passengers as he possibly can.
On the entire island there are only about 30 taxis, which means that depending on taxis for transport can be an exercise of great patience. In Mykonos Town the main location for taxis is in Manto Square (also called Town Square or Taxi Square), on the harbour front near the statue. You have to wait in line and sometimes you can wait for hours in the taxi queue. In the evening it can be very difficult to find a taxi. Taxis do not use meters, but there's a notice board giving rates for each destination. Fares are quite reasonable. Contact telephone numbers are 22890, 22400 and 23700.
The Plati Yalos Boat Service  provides a good and fun way of getting to the southern beaches of Mykonos.
- From Platys Gialos small fishing boats converted into tourist transport leave every hour or less to the beaches of Paranga, Paradise, Super Paradise, Agrari and Elia. First departure 10:15AM until 4:15PM every hour. Last return to Platys Gialos from Elia at 6PM and from Super Paradise at 8PM.
- From Ornos boats leave for the beaches of Platys Gialos, Paranga, Paradise, Super Paradise, Agrari and Elia. Boats leaves from Ornos at 10AM, 11PM, noon and 1PM.
Price for a return ticket is € 5 for Paranga and Paradise, € 6 for Super Paradise and € 7 for Agrari and Elia. Boat services can be cancelled due to strong wind, but with the exception of Super Paradise all of these beaches can be reached by bus from Mykonos Town as well.
From June to September there also infrequently boats leaving from the harbour in Mykonos Town to Super Paradise, Agrari and Elia.
By car or by motorbike
Mykonos has an extensive public transport system from Mykonos Town. By public transport it is easy to get to all the southern beaches, which happen to be the nicest beaches as well. Renting a motorbike or a car is the way to go if you want to explore the rest of the island, especially the more remote beaches at the north coast. Motorbike and car rentals are readily available around the island. In Mykonos Town the highest concentration of rent a car - motorbike agencies is in and around the area of the southern busstation, where you will find a wide range of choices. The other area of Mykonos Town with rent a car - motorbike agencies is near to the old port, behind the Archaeological Museum.
Attractions in Mykonos Town
- The Windmills Mykonos Town western part of town From as early as the 16th century, the windmills are one of the most recognized landmarks of Mykonos. Once this island was a great producer of wheat and bread. The area of the windmills has a splendid view on Little Venice and is the most popular place in Mykonos to watch the sunset.
- Little Venice Alefkandra Mykonos Town most western part of town A district located at the sea, famous for its picturesque medieval two and three storey houses, which stand like a wall above the sea, and their colourful wooden balconies. Little Venice is one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the whole of Mykonos and offers a fantastic sunset. A favourite activity is drinking a cocktail in one of the many bars and cafes while watching the sunset on the seashore. You will reach Little Venice walking from the windmills down the stairs. It is only a five minute walk from Fabrika bus station and there is a sign for it on the other side of the square.
- Panagia Paraportiani Mykonos Town most western part of town Of all the churches on Mykonos, the most impressive is
Panagia Paraportianí, a true Byzantine jewel. This whitewashed church, which building dates back to 1425 and was not completed until the 17th century, is the most popular and most photographed of the 400 churches on the whole island of Mykonos. It is made up of four chapels at ground level with another one above. Only one of the chapels on the ground floor is open to visitors, from early morning until sunset. The church is located in the Kastro district, the oldest section of Mykonos Town.
- Petros the Pelican, the island's mascot, can sometimes be found at the waterfront or even up in town. Originally the pelican was found wounded off the coast of Paranga shore after a storm back in the 1950s by a local fisherman. The pelican was nursed to health and remained on the island supported by locals. It soon adopted the name “Petros”. To great disappointment by locals and tourists alike, Petros was hit by a car on 2 December 1985 and failed to recover. After Petros died in 1986 he was so popular that a new pelican was introduced as a successor. Now there are three pelicans inhabiting the island. This means that the Petros you meet, can be a Petra. Well, this is Mykonos.
All museums are open from April to October, except the Archaeological Museum which is open year round.
- Archaeological Museum of Mykonos Mykonos Town near the northern bus station +30 22890 22325 Open daily from 8:30AM to 3PM, except Mondays Admission € 2The exhibition of the museum includes a large number of vases, ranging from the prehistoric to the late Hellenistic period (25th-1st century B.C.), grave statues, stelae and funerary urns from the nearby island of Rheneia (Delos' necropolis). There are very few finds from Mykonos.
- Folklore Museum Mykonos Town a few meters from Paraportiani +30 22890 22591 Open daily from 4:30PM to 8:30PM, except Sundays The Folklore Museum, housed in an 18th-century sea captain's house, brings together a number of collections of furniture, icons, pieces of sculpture, folk musical instruments, costumes and textiles.
- Lena's House Museum Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town next to the Maritime Museum Open daily from 6:30PM to 9:30PM, except Sundays Lena's House Museum, a branch of the Folklore Museum, is an authentic 19th-century middle class Mykonian house, completely restored with furnishings.
- Aegean Maritime Museum Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 22700 email@example.com Open daily, from 10:30AM to 1PM and from 6:30PM to 9PM A collection of nautical instruments and ancient vessels.
- Agricultural Museum Apono Mili, Mykonos Town near the windmills +30 22890 22390 Open daily from 6:30PM to 9:30PM, except Sundays A collection of traditional agricultural tools.
- The Boni Mill Mykonos Town on the upper east section of town Open daily from June to September, from 4PM to 8PM A 16th century windmill, overlooking the town. The mill has been maintained and is fully functional featuring it's customary wood-burning stone oven.
Most of the beaches have tavernas and restaurants and are well equipped with with deck chairs and parasols. Most common price is € 12 for a set of two deck chairs and an umbrella. The best beaches are on the south side of the island and sheltered from the prevailing northern wind. On the more popular beaches, it is not uncommon for people to walk down the beach selling probably illegal goods such as DVDs, fake bags, clothes, jewellery and watches. They come right up to you and it can be somewhat annoying but they are easily pushed away with a simple 'No, thank you'. Also, many beaches, even the more family-orientated, are often populated with the 'european' style of sunbathing - i.e. topless.
- Psarou south coast, 5km from Mykonos Town This upmarket beach is popular amongst Greeks. Lots of hotels, apartments and restaurants.
Psarou is easily accessible by bus from Mykonos town. Get off the bus one stop before Platys Gialos.
- Platys Gialos south coast, 6km from Mykonos Town Busy family and tourist beach. Lots of hotels, apartments, restaurants and beach bars, lining the long sandy beach. Jet ski rentals are available.
Bus service from Mykonos town is very frequent and takes about 15 minutes. Platys Gialos is the starting point for regular boat services to the other southern Mykonos beaches.
- Paranga south coast, 6km from Mykonos Town There is a camping, some hotels and some nice beach bars and restaurants. Also popular with gays. Nudity is quite common, especially on the right end (facing the sea). At about 5PM the beach gets really noisy with several beach bars.
Paranga is easily accessible by bus from Mykonos town or with a regular boat service from Platys Gialos (first stop). It is also an easy walk from Platys Gialos (15 minutes) or Paradise (10 minutes). On your way walking from Platys Galios you will pass by the beach of '''Aghia Anna''', an enchanting little cove nearby Paranga Beach. At this beach there are two lovely restaurants nearby, an Italian restaurant (Blanco) and a traditional-style Greek tavern (Nikolas).
- Paradise Kalamopodi south coast Probably the most popular beach on the island. Camping, self-service restaurant, cafeteria, snack bars, beach bars, mini shops and discos. Nudity is quite common. Paradise Beach is known for its parties. At about 4PM the music wil get really loud.
Paradise is easily reached by bus from Mykonos town or with a regular boat service from Platys Gialos (second stop).
- Super Paradise Plintri south coast Restaurants, beach bars and some hotels. Also very popular with gays, especially the right part (facing the sea). Nudity is quite common. At about 4PM the music wil get really loud; for some time to leave, for others time to party.
There is no bus service to Super Paradise, but it is easily accessible with a regular boat service from Platys Gialos (third stop). With you own transport it is a difficult winding road (7km) from Mykonos Town.</.
- Agrari south coast Agrari Beach is less popular than its neighbour Elia and much calmer. Well organized with sunbeds and umbrellas, with many watersports.
If there are enough passengers, the boats from Platys Gialos will make a stop at Agrari. Otherwise, it is an easy 5 minutes walk over the rocks from Elia Beach. With you own transport it is a quite difficult 8km road from Mykonos Town.
- Elia south coast Elia is one of the larger beaches on Mykonos. It is a well organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, and various water sports (ski and jet-ski). Three restaurants and taverns. Also popular with gays, especially the small rocky beach between Elia and Agari. Nudity is permitted but not as common as at Paradise, Super Paradise and Paranga. Nudity is concentrated at the right and nicest part of the beach (towards Agrari).
Elia is most easily reached by a direct local bus from Mykonos Town’s northern bus terminal, but also with a regular boat service from Platys Gialos beach (fourth and last stop). Last boat back is at 6PM, but after that time buses are still running.
- Kalo Livadi east coast, 2km from Ano Mera A quiet, long stretch of sandy beach. It offers some taverns with good food, and a few small hotels and villas.
Best reached with your own transport, but you can get there by bus. Take the bus to Elia and get off the bus at the top of the hill where it turns to go to Elia Beach and walk about ten minutes downhill to your left.
- Kalafati east coast, 12km from Mykonos Town A very large, beautiful and less developed beach and a favourite with windsurfers due to the offshore breeze. A variety of water sports are available here.
Kalafati can be reached by bus from Mykonos town, but this bus only runs a few times a day. Immediately next to Kalafatis are the sandy beaches of '''Draoumia''' and '''Tafarnis'''.
- Lia east coast, 14km from Mykonos Town An uncrowded, sandy beach. Some tiny houses of fishermen from a little settlement, with only a small fish tavern.
To get there you need your own transport or you can walk from Kalafati.
- Fokos north coast A small beach with coarse sand, not known by many people. This beach has no facilities like sunbeds and umbrellas, but is offers a very good tavern. To get to Fokos you need your own transport. Follow the signs for Fokos from Ano Mera.
- Ftelia north coast, near Ano Mera, southern part of Panormos Bay This beach faces the north and thus it is affected by the strong summer northern winds (meltemia), which make it ideal for wind surfing, but not for swimming or sunbathing. Ftelia is an isolated, very tranquil place and even during the busy Mykonos months of July and August it is not very crowded, because it is often quite windy and dusty
To get there you need your own transport. From Ano Mera follow a weaving road down to the beach.
- Panormos north coast On the north side of the island and facing east onto Panormos Bay is the long and beautiful Panormos Beach. Two restaurants, one hotel and a trendy beach club serve this otherwise remote area. Panormos Beach is nudist beach mostly in the right side. To get to Panormos you need your own transport.
- Agios Sostis north coast This beach faces the east of Panormos Bay. Agios Sostis is one of the more remote beaches on the island. Void of accommodation and crowds this beautiful beach offers not only peace and quiet, but also a very good small restaurant. Nude bathing tolerant. To get there you need your own transport. Take the road beyond Panormos beach.
- Tourlos west coast A small beach near the new port of Mykonos. The actual beach of Tourlos is not used much anymore since the construction of the new port and marina, but is still a busy area.
- Agios Stefanos west coast, 2km north of Mykonos Town A well developed, sandy beach next to the new harbor. Agios Stefanos is very popular and gets very crowded during summer time. This beach is about the length of a soccer pitch. Agios Stefanos is reachable by bus from Mykonos town.
- Mykonos town beach west coast There's a small beach at the harbour front (Aghia Anna, one of several by that name on the island). Unless you are waiting for a boat, there is no reason staying there. Much better beaches are within easy reach.
- Megali Ammos west coast, 1km south of Mykonos Town The nearest beach to Mykonos town, just a 10 minutes walk from Mykonos Town along the coast into the direction of Ornos (or hop on the bus to Ornos).
Accommodation is also available.
- Ornos west coast, 3km south of Mykonos Town Busy family and tourist beach. It gathers many for its sunbeds and umbrellas, and bars and restaurants. The sandy beach slopes gently into the sea. There are schools for sea-skiing and surfing.
Ornos is easily accessible by bus from Mykonos town.
- Agios Ioannis west coast, 3km south west of Mykonos Town Agios Ioannis is a small beach with snorkeling opportunities. The beach never gets over crowded and deck chairs are available to rent. Great tavern and cocktail bar very close. Not a tourist beach. With a small nude section. Agios Ioannis is easily accessible by bus from Mykonos town. Next to Agios Ioannis is the small beach of '''Kapari'''.
- Delos, a small uninhabited island close to Mykonos, is known for its important archaeological sites. There are daily excursions from Mykonos Town except Monday, when the archaeological site is closed. Boats leave at 9AM, 10AM and 11AM from the pier at the west side of the harbour, right behind the little church of Agios Nikolaos. The boat trip takes about 30 minutes. Boats return at 12:15PM, 1:30PM and 3PM. Boat trips to Delos are also organized from Platys Gialos and Paranga Beach. The excavations are open from 8:30AM to 3PM, so have an early start if you really want to see it all. The cost is €15 for the boat trip plus €5 for entrance (though free for students and €3 for those over 65). A must for all visitors.
- Check the ferry schedules well, but it is possible to make daytrips to the islands of Syros, Tinos, Naxos and Paros.
You can go shopping or window shopping in the fabulous little boutiques which carry exclusive name brands, among them outstanding Greek jewelers, souvenirs as well as works of art. Bring money and credit cards. Most shops are open seven days a week, but will be closed from 2PM to 5PM. Many tourist shops will remain open late into the evening. In case you are looking for department stores, as some cruise tourists do, there aren't any.
Of course, you will also find the shops you need to fill all your basic needs and comforts. There are mini-markets, green grocers, butchers, kiosks, bakeries, a few small supermarkets (and bigger supermarkets out of town), many pharmacies, a dry goods shop, bookstores, photo and electronics shops.
ATM's are available throughout town. There's a concentration of ATM's near the southern bus station.
In Mykonos Town you will find most of the restaurants and eateries. All over town there are various gyros and souvlaki shops and creperies where you can eat quite well for just a few euros. Mykonos offers dining options catering to a range of tastes and budgets. You can have good Greek food at reasonable prices, but it also easy to spend a fortune.
- Antonini's Taverna Manto Square, Mykonos Town 'taxi square' +30 22890 22319 Antonini's is one of the oldest of Mykonos' restaurants. This popular, small restaurant serves simple and tasty Greek food at very reasonable prices.
- Appaloosa Bar & Restaurant 11 Mavrogenous, Plateia Goumenio, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 27086 Mexican-european food, relaxed atmosphere and also a great place for cocktails.
- Aqua Taverna Little Venice, Mykonos Town next to Caprice +30 22890 26083 A little Italian restaurant serving Mediterranean-style food.
- Avra Restaurant 10 Kalogera Street, Mykonos Town behind the Alpha Bank on Matogianni Street (main street) +30 22890 22298 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.avra-mykonos.com Open from 7PM to 1AM Excellent Greek food, not exactly cheap, but well worth the price. You can sit inside, at the small terrace overlooking the street or in the garden.
- Blue Ginger Restaurant Periferal Road, Argyraina, Mykonos Town above the main part of town, opposite the Medical Center +30 22890 27602 email@example.com http://www.blueginger.gr/ Open from 6PM to 1AM Excellent oriental fusion restaurant, serving both Thai and Chinese cuisine. The restaurant has views of the sunset and a great atmosphere.
- Caesar Platia Goumenio, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 23104 Small restaurant. Reasonable prices.
- Eva's Garden Platia Goumenio, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 22160 Open from 6PM to 1AM Home cooked Greek and international dishes in a beautiful garden and roof setting. Dining room inside for windy nights. Excellent service and good atmosphere.
- Joanna's Nikos Place Megali Ammos right on the beach +30 22890 24251 A fabulous taverna with tasty Greek food at very reasonable prices. A marvellous place to sit in the evening and watch the sunset.
- Gola Restaurant Periferiakos, Drafaki, Mykonos Town +30 22890 23010 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 27387 http://www.gola.gr/ Open from 7:30PM Gourmet restaurant with one Michelin star. Superb Italian food.
- Katrine’s La Maison De Catherine Ayios Gerasimos, Mykonos Town corner of Gerasimos & Nikou, off Matogianni Street +30 22890 22169 One of the most famous and oldest restaurants on the island, with classic French and Greek cuisine and excellent service. Stylish and expensive.
- Ta Kioupia Taverna Agias Monis Square, Kastro, Mykonos Town just up and across Agias Monis Square from Niko's Taverna, near Paraportiani +30 22890 22866 email@example.com http://www.mykonos-qup-ya.gr/ An extensive menu of good, authentic Greek food at very reasonable prices.
- Kounelas Fish Tavern Svoronou, Mykonos Town near the harbour, next to Porta Bar +30 22890 28220 A small fish tavern in a garden setting. Fresh fish accompanied by Greek salads at a reasonable price. You can select your dish from the limited menu or choose your seafood from the catch of the day. Often full.
- Lotus 47 Matogianni, Mykonos Town halfway along main street +30 22890 22881 Small, romantic spot, seating under a canopy of vines. Good food and full bar.
- To Ma'ereio 16 Kalogera Street, Mykonos Town behind the Alpha Bank on Matogianni Street (main street) +30 22890 28825 A small reasonably-priced tavern serving excellent traditional Greek dishes and Mykonian specialties. Almost always full.
- Magic Garden Tourlianis, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 26217 Garden restaurant.
- Marco Polo Lakka Square, Mykonos Town +30 22890 22126 Greek tavern.
- Niko's Taverna Ag. Ioanninou, Agias Monis Square, Mykonos Town one block off the harbour towards Little Venice, near Paraportiani +30 22890 24320/28220 A very popular restaurant which is always packed. An extensive menu of good, authentic Greek food at very reasonable prices.
- La Piazzetta Kounenis Garden, Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town in a hidden courtyard behind a tobacco shop, at the end of Matogianni Street (main street) +30 22890 22343 http://www.lapiazzetta-mykonos.eu/ firstname.lastname@example.org An elegant restaurant. Quiet atmosphere, fine cousine and a great wine selection.
The town square offers several traditional restaurants.
- Vangelis Taverna Ano Mera main square +30 22890 71577 Excellent bistro and value for money.
- Aneplora Kalafati +30 22890 72470 http://www.aneplora-mykonos.com/ The fish restaurant, taverna, ouzeri and bar Aneplora is one of the best places in the south east side of Mykonos at Kalafatis beach with a view over the beach of Aghia Anna. A huge variety of traditional Greek food.
- Konstantis Taverna Ornos at the beach +30 22890 22837 An elegant beach restaurant serving fresh fish.
- Atlantida Platys Gialos from the bus station the third restaurant on the beach +30 22890 26618 Excellent restaurant belonging to the Hotel Acrogiali. Great variety of Greek and Italian dishes, all served on a seaside terrace, at reasonable prices.
- Avli tou Thodori Platys Gialos from the bus station the second restaurant on the beach +30 22890 78100 email@example.com http://avlitouthodori.gr/ Excellent restaurant. Great variety of international and Greek dishes, all served on a seaside terrace.
- N'Ammos Psarou right on the beach +31 22890 22440 A beautiful, all white restaurant for the "rich and famous". Mediterranean cuisine. Very expensive, but you get what you pay for.
- Agrari Restaurant Agrari +30 22890 71295 A traditional beach restaurant with a green garden.
- Fokos Taverna Fokos Beach +30 6945828561 http://www.fokosmykonos.com/ Open from 1PM till 7PM, till 8PM in August Meat, grilled fish, cooked dishes (one per day, and good) and a large variety of salads. A bit remote, but the tavern itself is worth the trip.
- Kiki's Taverna Agios Sostis on the steep hill walking towards the beach entrance Open from 11AM till 6PM Great food. Everything is really tasty and fresh, cooked on the BBQ, served with fresh homemade salads
- La Luna Beach Taverna Lia +30 22890 72150 Italian food. This faraway Italian bistro is worth the drive, for the sea and the cuisine.
- Lia Lia Traditional fish taverna. Fisherman owner serves his day’s catch.
- Nikolas Agia Anna a 2 minutes walk from Paranga Beach into the direction of Platys Gialos +30 22890 23566 A family-run beach tavern with traditional Greek dishes at affordable prices. They have been there for more than thirty years.
- Tasos Taverna Paranga +31 22890 23002 http://www.tavernatasos-mykonos.gr/profil_uk.html A very popular, moderately-upscale fish tavern.
- Vasoula Taverna Agios Stefanos A nice little fish taverna overlooking the sea.
Mykonos is famous for its intense nightlife as evidenced by a vast number of bars and nightclubs. Drinking can be quite expensive in Mykonos.
- Coco Club Bar Super Paradise on the right side of Super Paradise, up a hill A beach bar overlooking the beach.
- Kalua Beach Bar Paranga Beach +30 22890 23927 By day, this bleached-white beach bar serves good local cuisine at decent prices. Come 6PM though, the DJ strikes up and the dancing begins. By midnight until the early hours it’s a wild scene.
- Panormos Beach Bar & Restaurant Panormos Beach +30 22890 27640 http://www.panormosbeach.gr/ A trendy beach bar and tavern, that changed Panormos Beach into a more cosmopolitan beach.
- Tropicana Beach Club Paradise Beach +30 22890 23582/26990 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.tropicanamykonos.com/
- Argo Bar Manto Square (1st floor), Mykonos Town 'taxi square', above Camares restaurant +30 22890 28766 email@example.com http://www.argobarmykonos.gr/ Open from 10PM till late Friendly club with loud dance music.
- Astra Bar Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town heart of town 30 22890 24767 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.astra.org.gr
- Caprice Agion Anargyron Street, Mykonos Town Little Venice +30 22890 23541 http://www.caprice.gr/ Located on the edge of the sea wall in Little Venice, with entrances at the front and back, Caprice Bar can be packed wall to wall. Here you can enjoy the music, cocktails and a trendy party atmosphere.
- Katerina's Bar Agion Anargyron Street, Mykonos Town Little Venice +30 22890 23804 Open from 10PM to 3:30AM Katerina's Cocktail Bar is built on two levels and each level has a balcony that hangs over the sea in Little Venice, making it good spot to view the sunset over a cocktail.
- Madoupas Cafe-bar & Restaurant Mykonos Town in the harbour +30 22890 22224 Prices are better than at other spots in the harbourHave a drink or meal at the terrace in the harbour and watch the people walk by.
- Montparnasse The Piano Bar 24 Agion Anargyron Street, Mykonos Town Little Venice +30 22890 23719 email@example.com http://www.thepianobar.com/ Open from 8PM to 3:30AM Montparnasse, with a balcony hanging over the sea, is another favorite spot for watching the sunset and having a cocktail. But more important, from 10PM to 2AM it turns into an exceptional piano bar with cabaret entertainment. Straight friendly and highly recommended.
- Skandinavian Bars-Disco Agion Ioannis Barkia, Mykonos Town near Nikos Taverna +30 22890 22669 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.skandinavianbar.com/ Skandinavian Bar is one of the 'landmark' party places on Mykonos. Comprised of an outdoor square with seating all around, two smaller downstairs bars and the upstairs disco overseeing it all. Friendly atmosphere, excellent service and - not unimportant - drinks at the best prices.
- Thalami Mykonos Town old port, under Mykonos' Town Hall and next to Nikos tavern Open from 10PM till late Popular bar with Greek music.
Although Mykonos´ nightlife focuses mainly on bars, there are a number of notable dance clubs to be found on the island, some of them attracting world-famous DJs.
- Cavo Paradiso Paradise Beach on a hill, to the left of Paradise Beach +30 22890 27205 email@example.com +30 22890 25949 http://www.cavoparadiso.gr/ Open from 1AM Cavo Paradiso, an Ibiza-style open-air mega club, has a fantastic view of the sea and a swimming pool in the middle of the club, where you can party and dance till well after the sun comes up. The party doesn't start until at least 2AM. Famous DJ's play here every summer and various music events are hosted frequently. Very expensive! It's only open during the busy months of July and August.
- Paradise Beach Club Paradise Beach on a hill, to the left of Paradise Beach firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.paradiseclubmykonos.com/ The biggest nightclub on the island. The party starts every day around 4:30PM, with the peak in July and August. The daily party can run into the night.
- Space Lakka Square, Mykonos Town near to the grade school and amphitheatre +30 22890 24100 email@example.com www.spacemykonos.com Drinks from € 15A house-music club. Space Nightclub is the only large club in town and is popular with a young crowd. The party doesn't start until well after midnight and continues till around 6AM.
Gay bars and nightclubs
- Babylon Paraportiani waterfront, Mykonos Town old harbour, next to Jacky O' +30 22890 25152 Open from 10AM till late Beer € 6A new gay dance club, opened in 2009. Babylon is less crowded than its neighbour Jacky O'.
- Ikaros Matogianni Street, Mykonos Town centre of town, 'gay square' Icaros has two bars and a roof terrace, but was closed in 2009.
- Jacky O' Paraportiani waterfront, Mykonos Town old harbour +30 22890 79167 http://www.jackieomykonos.com/ Open from 10AM till late Beer € 6The most popular gay dance club, opened in 2009. The party goes wild at about 2AM till sometimes 7AM. Inside there's a really crowded dance floor and shows by drag queens. During peak summer nights, hundreds of people are hanging out outside at the waterfront. Recommended.
- Coffee Cat Matogianni Street, Mykonos Town main street in centre of town, 'gay square' +30 22890-79796 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.coffeecat.gr/ Beer € 5Coffee Cat opened in 2008 on the historic site of the old Pierro's. Upstairs dance bar features a vast open balcony that overlooks the street below. During peak summer nights, hundreds of guys are hanging out outside on Mykonos' "gay square"
- Deja Vu 12A Enoplon Dinameon Street, Mykonos Town Plateia Tria Pigadia, beside Nautical Museum (formerly Restaurant Sesame Kitchen) +30 6977 906724 http://www.dejavuymykonos.com/ Open from 7PM till 3AM Beer € 4Opened July 2010. It is a small gay bar, where French bartender Sophie rules the place.
- Diva Agion Anargyron Street, Mykonos Town near Little Venice, near Paraportiani +30 22890 27271 Open from 10PM till late Diva Bar is a cozy, intimate bar, with the sea lapping at its doorstep located in Little Venice. The owner Vangelio is a colorful character and it takes only a few lively souls to create the party here. Lesbians very welcome.
- Kastro Bar Agion Anargyron Street, Mykonos Town Little Venice, next to Paraportiani +30 22890 23072 http://www.kastrobar.com/ Open from 7PM till late Kastro offers a magnificant sunset view in a relaxed and romantic atmosphere with classical music. It is a cocktail bar, but their most notorious drink is the Kastro Coffee (secret recipe, but you will taste some Metaxa). The arrangement of tables and benches is such that it’s almost impossible not to get engaged in conversation with strangers. Only busy early in the evening, till about 10PM. Recommended.
- Lola 4 Zani Pitaraki, Mykonos Town between Limni Square & Little Venice +30 22890 23072 email@example.com Open from 7PM till late Opened November 2009. This new bar has a very cabaret, theatrical feel.
- Pierro's formerly Manto Matogianni Street, Mykonos Town main street in centre of town, 'gay square' +30 22890 22177 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.pierrosbar.gr/ Open from 9PM till late Famous gay bar. Pierro's moved in 2008 just next door to formerly Manto Bar.
- Pierro's Cafe Matogianni Street (1st floor), Mykonos Town main street in centre of town, 'gay square' +30 22890 22177 email@example.com http://www.pierrosbar.gr/ Open from 9PM till late Bar & disco, above original Pierro's. Techno & dance music and a younger crowd. The outdoor veranda overlooks 'gay square'.
- Porta Bar in an alley just a few meters back from the blue-domed church at the harbour front http://www.porta-bar.com/ Beer € 5Porta Bar in Mykonos is in one of the backstreets of Mykonos town (behind Nikos Taverna), so you may have to ask around to locate it. Since 2010 under new management, unrecognizably renovated and lost its party atmosphere.
- Ramrod Manto Square, Mykonos Town 'taxi square', in the old harbour +30 22890 24301 www.ramrod-gayclub.gr Open from 10PM till late From the terrace you can have a nice view over the harbour. Inside there's a dance floor and shows by drag queens and go-go dancers.
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Mykonos has a well developed tourist infrastructure with countless hotels, studios, apartments and rooms for rent. Accommodation can be found in and around Mykonos Town and nearby the beaches. Compared to other Greek islands accommodation in Mykonos is expensive. The price of accommodation varies greatly according to season. Mentioned prices are for low season. Expect prices to double in high season. Mykonos becomes overcrowded from mid July to the end of August, so be sure you have a room waiting if you go during that season.
A lot of the locals rent rooms and they will be waiting for you when you arrive at the port or the airport, waving pictures of their rooms. If approached to let a room, make sure you don't end up in an isolated apartment up on the hills around the town. Outside high season it is also easy enough to look around in Mykonos Town for yourself. There are 'rooms' signs everywhere. Wandering around with a backpack you will be approached.
- Mykonos Hoteliers Association near the old port Mykonos Town +30 22890 24540 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 24760 http://www.mha.gr/ At the Mykonos Hoteliers Assocation you can book a room on the spot (no bookings in advance).
- Mykonos Accommodations Center end of Matogianni Street (main street) 10 Enoplon Dynameon (upper floor), Mykonos Town +30 22890 23160/23408 email@example.com http://www.mykonos-accommodation.com/ Open daily, from 9AM to 9PM Helps visitors finding mid-range and top-end accommodation and also functions as a tourist information center.
For the young and most budget conscious travelers there are two campgrounds, both situated at popular beaches:
- Mykonos Camping Paranga +30 22890 25915-6/24578 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 24578 http://mycamp.gr/english/default.htm Camping 2 adults with own small tent from € 12, dorm room from € 5 per person, bungalow from € 25 and apartment from € 60Mykonos Camping extends out on a headland overlooking the sea. A camping with a self-service restaurant, cafe-bar, swimming pool and mini market. A good choice if you want a more quiet camping.
- Paradise Beach Resort and Camping Paradise +30 22890 22852/22129 email@example.com +30 22890 24350 http://paradise-greece.com/ Camping 2 adults with own small tent from € 13.50, cabin from € 22, bungalow from € 34, room from € 40 and apartment (sleeps 4 persons) from € 80A pretty much self contained camping with a self-service restaurant, snackbar, beach bar, mini market, boutique and bike rental. A good choice if you want a more developed camping and are looking to meet other young backpackers and party all night long.
Both offer shuttle bus transportation to and from the airport and ferry boat ports.
- Artemoula's Studios Platys Gialos +30 22890 22174 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 25005 http://www.artemoulas-orpheas.gr/ Studios from € 45
- Drafaki Anargyros Koukas, Drafaki, Mykonos Town +30 22890 22470 email@example.com +30 22890 22116 http://www.drafaki.com/ A family run hotel located at a traffic crossing a little outside Mykonos Town (a 15 minutes walk). The bus to Paradise Beach and Paranga Beach stops in front of the hotel.
- Nazos Hotel School of Fine Arts district, Mykonos Town on the edge of town, near the southern bus station +30 22890 22626 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 24604 http://www.hotelnazos.com/ From € 60A small, family run hotel, with 14 hotel rooms. Close to the town centre, about a 10 minutes walk up the hill.
- Orpheas Rooms 6 Agiou Artemiou, Niohori, Mykonos Town edge of the center of town, between the windmills and the southern bus station +30 22890 22174 email@example.com +30 22890 25005 http://www.artemoulas-orpheas.gr/ Rooms from € 40
- Paradise View Hotel Paradise Beach 500m from Paradise Beach on a hill + 30 22890 26636 + 30 22890 24636 http://www.paradiseview.gr/ From € 65 to € 170Offers double and triple hotel rooms.
- Stavroula's Studios Agioi Apostoloi, Platis Gialos +30 22890 23801 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 23801 http://www.stavroulastudios.gr/ From € 45 to € 130Self catering studios and rooms, near Platis Gialos and also in Mykonos Town.
- Vouniotis Pension Vrissi, Mykonos Town 600m from the beginning of Mykonos Town +30 22890 22635 email@example.com +30 22890 26758 http://www.mykonosvouniotis.com/ Rooms from € 35In a quiet area, but a bit of a trek up the hill (15 minutes). The Vouniotis Pension complex constists of 15 rooms, comprised of a fridge, a TV, a private bathroom and a veranda.
- Vista Apartments Mykonos town near the old port and the northern bus station +30 22890 28657 http://www.vistamykonos.com/ From € 60 to € 140Fully-appointed, spacious apartments for 2 to 4 persons, close to the old port in Mykonos Town, and Nikos Apartments [http://www.vistamykonos.com/nikos-apartments-mykonos.html] located in Megali Ammos.
- Zorzis Hotel 30 Nik. Kalogera Street, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 22167 http://www.zorzishotel.com 1:30PM 10:30AM From € 65 to € 145A charming 16th-century stone building in the heart of town.
- Apsenti Boutique Hotel Agios Ioannis 300m from the beach +30 22890 24015 http://www.apsenti.gr/ 2PM noon From € 75 to € 345 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 26622Apsenti is dedicated to couples and honeymooners only. Traditional design Mykonos boutique hotel with great service and intimate atmosphere.
- Carbonaki Hotel 23 Pananchrantrou Street, Mykonos Town center of town +30 22890 24124 email@example.com +30 22890 24102 http://www.carbonaki.gr/ 1PM noon From € 78 to € 168Family-run Carbonaki offers 21 modern and comfortable rooms at a superb location in the middle of town.
- Contiki Mykonos Resort For ages 18-35. Great beach front location, nightclub, and swimming pool! Perfect for the younger crowd. Contiki is locataed on the other side of the Island from the main city, about 20-25 minutes drive, so keep in mind that unless you have a rented car or motorbike you will depend on the Bus or expensive Taxi ride any time you like to go to town to party or eat.
- Dionysos Hotel  - Associated with Bestwestern International and located just 50 meters from Ornos Beach, Dionysos Hotel has 50 rooms.
- Elysium Hotel School of Fine Arts district, Mykonos Town +30 22890 23952 http://www.elysiumhotel.com/ 2PM noon From € 120 to € 400A gay only 4-star hotel. The Elysium promotes itself as a 'luxury' hotel, but the rooms have small beds and minimal amenities. An attractive pool area. Friedly staf. The hotel is at a steep hill, with a wonderful view over the town and the sea and with spectacular sunsets. Like everything else that is "exclusively" gay, this hotel is very pricey, especially the food and drinks in the hotel.
- Fresh Hotel formerly Marios Hotel 31 Nik. Kalogera Street, Mykonos Town centre of town +30 22890 24670 +30 22890 22704 http://www.hotelfreshmykonos.com/ From € 60The Fresh Hotel is a beloved gay friendly hotel in Mykonos Town, offering spacious, well-designed rooms.
- Geranium Hotel School of Fine arts district, New Ring Road, Mykonos Town up on a hill 500m from Mykonos Town +30 22890 28657 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 25736 http://www.geranium-hotel.com/ From € 100 to € 300A luxury gay hotel (exclusively male) with direct view to the sea, city and sunset. Provides services category, large garden and swimming pool with breakfast bar and appetizers. The hotel has rooms, studios, apartments and a villa.
- Harmony Boutique Hotel Mykonos Town near the port +30 22890 28980 email@example.com +30 22890 28982 http://www.harmonyhotel.gr/ From € 140 to € 385An exclusive luxurious boutique hotel.
- La Veranda Pension On the hillside of Mykonos Town +30 22890 23670 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 25133 http://www.laveranda.bravehost.com/ A charming pension, Mykonian style, surrounded by a garden with a small swimming pool & terraces with beautiful views.
- Omiros Hotel Tagoo, Mykonos Town +30 22890 23328 email@example.com +30 22890 24639 http://www.omirosmykonos.com/ From € 70Omiros Hotel has 10 recently renovated rooms with their own private terrace, offering a view of the picturesque port and the sunset.
- Panormos Village Hotel Panormos +30 22890 25182 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 2289025640 http://www.panormosvillage.gr/ From € 75 to € 150Hotel Panormos Village is a family owned Mykonos resort, located directly on the sea front on the north coast of Mykonos island. The whitewashed stone studios and apartments with private verandas are surrounded by gardens built on different levels.
- Pelican Hotel Mykonos Town School of Fine Arts district +30 22890 23454 email@example.com +30 22890 23749 http://www.pelican-hotel-mykonos.com/ A 3-star hotel only 200m (10 minutes walk) from Mykonos town center. Located on a steep hill, so it is bit of a climb. It has an amazing panoramic view of Mykonos Town and port.
- Pelican Bay Art Hotel Platis Gialos +30 22890 26620 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 26438 http://www.art-hotel-mykonos.com/ A 4-star art luxury boutique hotel.
- Poseidon Hotel Fabrica, Mykonos Town on the edge of town, near the southern bus station +30 22890 22437 email@example.com +30 22890 23812 http://www.poseidonhotelmykonos.gr/ A 3-star hotel with 17 recently refurnished deluxe rooms and suites and 41 standard and superior rooms. A good choice in this price range.
- Rochari Hotel Koustathanas, Mykonos Town on a hillside on the eastern edge of town +30 22890 23107 +30 22890 24307 http://www.rochari.com/ From € 90 to € 260A family run 3-star hotel with comfortable rooms, most of which have a view. Serves breakfast till 1PM. With a swimming pool and pool bar. Rochari has a baby sister hotel, Little Rochari [http://www.littlerochari.com], in the School of Fine Arts district.
- San Marco Hotel Houlakia Bay north of Agios Stefanos +30 22890 27172/25375 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 25376 http://www.sanmarco.gr/ 4PM noon From € 109The San Marco Hotel is built in authentic Cycladic style with traditional whitewashed walls and deep blue wooden shutters.
- Tagoo Hotel Tagoo, Mykonos +30 22890 22611/27106 email@example.com http://www.hoteltagoo.gr/ Wonderful place to stay near town, and an excellent value. Recently renovated, it has a pool with a great view and a bar with a relaxed atmosphere. The owners are incredibly hospitable.
- Belvedere Hotel Lakka Rochari, School of Fine Arts district, Mykonos Town near the southern bus station, up the hill +30 22890 25122 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.belvederehotel.com/ From € 108 to € 2,000A 5-star hotel. One of the most popular boutique hotels. The Belvedere has wonderful sea views but the rooms at the rear of the hotel have traffic noise.
- Myconian Imperial Resort & Thalasso Center Elia +30 22890 79500 email@example.com +30 22890 79595 http://www.myconiancollection.gr/imperial/ 2PM noon A 5-star luxury hotel with many different room and suite types. All rooms and suites feature views of Elia Beach and the Aegean Sea.
- Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort Agios Ioannis +30 22890 25555 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 25111 http://www.mykonosgrand.gr/ 2PM noon From € 160 to € 2,250A 5-star beach front hotel offering 100 deluxe rooms and suites.
- Mykonos Theoxenia Hotel Kato Mili, Mykonos Town edge of the center of town, between the windmills and the southern bus station +30 22890 22230 email@example.com +30 22890 23008 http://www.mykonostheoxenia.com/ From € 175A 4-star seafront hotel with 52 rooms offering either sea view or garden view. Conveniently located, just a 5 minutes walk to the shops, bars and restaurants in the centre of town.
- Saint Johns Hotel Villas & Spa Agios Ioannis +30 22890 28752 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 28751 http://www.saintjohn.gr/ A beautiful 5-star hotel with 136 deluxe rooms. Most rooms offer either sea view or a partial sea view.
- Angelo's Internet Cafe on the road between the southern bus station and the windmills Mykonos Town +30 22890 24106 email@example.com € 1 per 15 minutesMykonos' most popular internet cafe.
- Net+Plus Internet Cafe Enoplon Dynameon Street, Mykonos Town +3022890 28617
Mykonos is generally a safe island, with the only problem of dangerous and drunk driving. Be aware in case you want to rent a motorbike or quadbike, because its roads are sometimes narrow with sudden twists that need driving experience and extra care.
- Mykonian Health Private Medical Centre outside the town centre Dexamenes, Mykonos Town +30 22890 27407/27464/24211 firstname.lastname@example.org +30 22890 27407 http://www.mykonos-health.com/ Open daily, from 8AM to 11.30PM
- Mykonos Hospital uphill from town, about 1km along the road to Ano Mera Mykonos Town +30 22890 23998/23994 The public hospital in Mykonos has a 24-hour emergency service with pathologists, surgeons, pediatricians, dentists, and X-ray technicians.
- Police +30 2289 22235
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