Here is our section with news and events in Mykonos. We write about the most important news in Mykonos that a tourist might like to know and also about events that take place there, including festivals, art exhibitions, performances and more. Have a look in our events and check if there is something interesting to attend during your holidays in Mykonos.
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The exhibition entitled “Trans-allegoria // in between words visuals and their opposites” aims to generate discussions about art’s ability to enhance the understanding for our condition, up to the point where words, visuals and actions transform into opposite meaning, causing their destruction or re-creation.
The Central Archaeological Board of Greece recently approved the general framework for the creation of a new Archaelogical Museum on the island of Delos. The study will be funded by the International Foundation for Greece.
For the first time, the International Festival Antanaclasis (Reflections) will take place in the beautiful island of Mykonos under the auspices of the Municipality of Mykonos and the Gryparion Cultural Centre.
After the awarding of the Acropolis Museum as the best museum in the world, another prestigious award was given to Greece: Mykonos was awarded as the best European island, according to the famous magazine Conde Nast Traveller.
First, he built a successful law career in New York and then he decided to abandon it and follow his dream: move to the Greek island of Mykonos and write mystery novels. Jeffrey Siger is a man who got inspired by Greece and decided to change the route of his life.
It has become famous all over the world as one the must clubs to go on Mykonos. The electronic sounds of Cavo Paradiso perfectly match the wild sense of Mykonos, the most vibrating island of the Mediterranean Sea, the island where night never sleeps…
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