Mykonos is famous for its iconic windmills, which have become emblematic of the island.
These whitewashed windmills with their thatched roofs are not just picturesque; they also serve a practical purpose. Built by the Venetians in the 16th century, these windmills were used to grind grain and are strategically positioned to capture the strong northern winds that sweep across the island.
Socotra island is a paradise for nature enthusiasts. Hikers could trek the entire island over the course of one week. It’s an untouched Mecca for wind surfers and fishing aficionados alike. But what about us average Joes? What are the best things to do on Socotra Island?