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The folk museum Lena’s House is like going back in time to 19th century Greece. It literally takes 15 minutes to see it all and not really worth the price of admission. However, there are not a lot of history museums in Mykonos as it...More
A cute little house depicting typical Mykonos life from way back when. Only 3 rooms and a 2 euro per person entrance fee. There was some pretty old handmade lace, but nothing much else that I was interested in. Don’t put it on your “must...More
I don’t understand why Lena’s House is listed in all the travel books and guides. Don’t get me wrong, it is a cute little house, but it is literally 3 rooms filled with antiques from the era (not even necessarily owned by Lena). You can...More
Whilst it is interesting to see the windmills, there is not a lot to do here. One of the windmills is open to the public and has a pretty chaotic interior to explore. Would be great if more was made of these as a tourist...More
Tour guides indicate these old windmills were used to grind gain for the ships and sailors who visited the island. Today, the wibndmills offer beautiful pictures and the hillside a nice view of the town and harbor.