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Kalafatis Beach - Anemoessa Boutique Hotel

Kalafatis Beach

Popular with families with children and with those who enjoy water sports (especially windsurfing), this beach is on the eastern side of the island. Kalafatis is known for its water sports. This is very much an active beach. In the left corner of the beach of Kalafatis one can find a hut with hire facilities from a snorkel to diving. There is also a windsurf centre, where you can rent a board by hour, and a watersports centre for jet ski. As it’s away from the more touristy beaches, it remains less developed, but it has a few hotels (see below) and restaurants. There are some rocks by the water’s edge, but once past them, it’s great for swimming. The smaller beach of Agia Anna is just a short walk away.
Delos - Anemoessa Boutique Hotel


Breathing distance from secular Mykonos, Delos is the sacred island of ancient Greece, a place imposing, bare of vegetation, but extremely brilliant under the sun.
Delos is recognized as the largest natural island archaeological site. No other island is home to so many monuments of archaic, classical and Hellenistic times and is therefore a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The sacredness of this beautiful place is due to the myth of the birth of Apollo and Artemis. According to legend, Delos was a floating island until Poseidon immobilized it at the request of Zeus, to offer it as a refuge in Leto.