Greece has 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Ionian and Aegean seas, of which 227 are inhabited. Today, the Cyclades are without a doubt the most touristic archipelago in Greece. Their dry climate, refreshed by meltemis, their superb architecture of whitewashed cubic houses, arcades, dovecotes and windmills, as well as their diversity, attract more and more
They appreciate the dry and arid landscape of gray, green or purple rocks, enlivened by a few olive trees and framed by a sea subject to the moods of the wind. Their inhabitants, fishermen, farmers, seasonal workers from Athens, often enriched by tourism, love to party. And often they also make good wine. And among these gems we find Mykonos.
Here, it is a rhythm of life cadenced by the sun and the moon, a way of living day by day and preserving ancestral traditions, whatever happens. An effervescent country where one would have kept his habits of villagers, in spite of the exhaust gases and the concrete, by planting jasmine or lavender on his balconies.
The motto of the Greeks is not to rush anything, for fear of doing things wrong. Siga, siga. Be amazed by these expanses of silver olive trees, candy pink flowering shrubs and dark cypresses.
Go out and taste the evening air under the arbor of a small tavern with aromas of oregano and fresh fish, and extend your evening to the intoxicating sounds of a bouzouki … Take the time to live and you will be amazed to find that we all have something Greek in us.