Our hotel is just minutes away from two bus stops, through which you can visit the beautiful and atmospheric beaches of our island.
If you want more direct and fast service, you can also use TAXI, whose starting point is very close to us.
Wanting to upgrade the accommodation experience we offer as the time passed, in 2016 we carried out a renewal of our business changing our hotel’s name to “Ioanna’s House” and celebrating under new management. Our staff is ready to welcome you in one of our seven rooms, offering you the genuine experience of Mykonian hospitality so that you have a pleasant stay in Mykonos.
Kato Mili, or the “lower windmills” in Greek, is a row of historic windmills that stand facing the sea in the town of Chora. A defining feature of the Mykonos landscape, the wood-and-straw capped windmills were first constructed in the 16th Century by the Venetians. Today, the preserved windmills are iconic relics that have been converted to museums and are among the most popular attractions in Mykonos. There are currently 16 windmills on Mykonos of which 7 are situated on the famous landmark hill in Chora. Visit the windmills to see how the Venetians harnessed the power of the wind, and enjoy a panoramic view of the town and ocean.
Historic religious sites on Mykonos can also be found along the coastline, and Panagia Paraportiani is one of them. Located at the entrance to the Kastro neighborhood of Chora, the whitewashed walls of this seaside church form a unique shape due to the building’s unusual construction. Five small churches that were built on top of each other beginning in the 14th Century became the Panagia Paraportiani that can be seen today. The asymmetrical shape and rare combination of architectural styles combined with the ocean view have helped to make Panagia Paraportiani one of the most photographed sites in the world.