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A terrific photo-op!
The church is an icon of both the Cyclades and the Greek islands in general. but I cannot rate the attraction any higher than average due to the fact that the church is closed.
First begun in 1475, Paraportiani, in reality, is...More
This church seems bigger from the outside but once you enter it it’s really small , it has a few nice old paintings inside and a small window from which you can see the seaside. Give it 15 minutes to it ....
This is a cute little church with a bit of history to it and some nice views and photo ops, but there is absolutely nothing that left us awe inspired or jaws agape. Certainly stop by as you are exploring Mykonos Town, but keep expectations...More
We didn't go inside or anything, but just took pictures of the outside. It's relatively easy to get to on the other side of Little Venice. It's also right next to Kastro's Restaurant which has the infamous tables in the alley way by the water.
We went on a town tour and visited this chuch, amazing old structure. very charming but the corner location makes it attractive and the scenic view of the sea is excellent from right opposite the church. Tip: start with wind mills, walk through the little...More
Interesting old church which has been built and rebuilt since 1400s, actually five different churches on top of it or next to each other over the centuries up until 1920. Nothing earth shattering but a nice little place and it is right on a walk...More
I would suggest you have the travel agent contact the cruise line for assistance. I was told that church only opens its doors twice a year for two ceremonies. Perhaps they perform these ceremonies for a fee. If this couple... More
I would suggest you have the travel agent contact the cruise line for assistance. I was told that church only opens its doors twice a year for two ceremonies. Perhaps they perform these ceremonies for a fee. If this couple is not of Greek heritage - not sure if they would do it. Greek Orthodox wedding ceremonies are very different from other religions.