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Anemoessa Boutique Hotel is located in the area of Kalafatis in the southeast side of the island, 11km away from the harbor and the airport of Mykonos , only 15 minutes from Chora by car. Featured as the ultimate destination for windsurf lovers, Kalafatis Beach is the only beach in Mykonos awarded Blue Flag accreditation certifying its excellent waters. With its long stretch of golden sand and steady coastal winds, the beach is most renowned among windsurf lovers as the island’s best wavespot, offering the ideal conditions for relaxed freerides and cool freestyle sessions in its never crowded vastness. Other popular activities include scuba diving, jet skiing, water skiing, banana boating and wakeboarding. On the left side of the beach, a water sports and scuba diving center offers quality equipment and provides safe lessons for all ages and levels in a wide range of water sports.

For less adventurous beach-goers, Kalafatis also offers ample opportunities for swimming and snorkeling, as well as boat cruises around the sea caves of Dragonisi island. The beach itself is well equipped for families, with sunbeds and parasols for hire, beach volleyball nets, lifeguards and a selection of cafés and restaurants nearby offering local seafood dishes and delicacies.

Practical Info: Kalafatis Beach is located on the southeast coast of Mykonos island, 12km east of Mykonos Town and is easily accessible by bus, bike, car or taxi. Neighboring beaches, famous Agia Anna and Kalo Livadi, are only a very short ride or minutes walking away.

Distances:
  • Center of Mykonos: 12 km
  • Airport: 10 km
  • New Port: 11 km
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Mykonos island

Known worldwide for its amazing beaches, superb landscapes and wild nightlife Mykonos invites you to spend your special moments full of action and adventure. Everywhere you look there is a maze of white-washed alleyways, picturesque neighborhoods, widely photographed windmills. Whether you are an entertainment junkie out for a real good time, a water sport enthusiast who needs an adrenaline rush or a visitor that seeks serenity in a secluded beach Mykonos will certainly meet your expectations. Using Anemoessa as your base, set out on a trip to discover a fascinating world where glamour meets simplicity. Nearby Mykonos, the island of Delos is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered one of the most important Archaeological Sites in Greece. According to Mythology, it was the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. The island is now uninhabited, but you can visit it by taking one of the many ships that depart daily from Mykonos old harbor.

Things to do:

The Windmills: Perhaps one of the most photographed spots on the island. For many centuries the mills used to ground grain into flour grain with the help of the high winds that blow on the island. With the progress of technology, the use of the mills declined, and now the ones that survived are used as private homes or museums. The view from up there is incredible, and it’s also one of the best places to watch the sunset.

Little Venice: Little Venice is made up of homes that were built in the 18th century and have their foundations in the sea. Nowadays the houses have been turned into elegant bars and restaurants and are among the best places in town to watch the sunset while sipping a cocktail.

Armenistis Lighthouse: A testimony to Mykonos' maritime history, the Armenistis lighthouse stands proudly overlooking the island of Tinos. Still a fully functioning lighthouse, this landmark is a must-see!

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