3. Little Venice - without the Gondolas and Smelly Canals
In Mykonos a pretty area that sits on a promontory overlooking the sea has been named Little Venice in honor of the famous Italian city. While the ancient city of Venice is usually overcrowded and rather smelly in summer, its Greek counterpart is a delight. If you skipped eating lunch or early dinner at Jimmy's Gyros, be sure to have a late dinner in Little Venice. Gloriously picturesque and full of culinary surprises, Little Venice is one of the most romantic palces in Mykonos. Restaurants stay open until late at night, when Greek lovers come out en masse to celebrate their country's wonderful cuisine, starry night skies and lusty hearts.