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Church of Paraportiani

Kastro-Paralia, Mykonos Town 846 00, Greece
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Lovely Byzantine church overlooking the sea.
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Kastro-Paralia, Mykonos Town 846 00, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Construction started in 1425 and was finished in the 17th century. Actually this is a 5 church complex. 4 are dedicated to Saint Eustathios, Saint Sozon, Saints Anargyroi and Saint Anastasia and constitute the base of the fifth church.

Thank KarinAndFilip
Reviewed 11 December 2017

This church is very pretty! It's true that it is NOT open to visitors, but anyway it's a nice watching spot of Mykonos’s port and also, it's an amazing church to take some photos and admire the Mykonian architecture.

Thank rodrigoma87
Reviewed 3 November 2017

The whitewashed Church of Panagia Paraportiani is a landmark in the old harbor of Mykonos Town. Its name literally means "Our Lady of the Side Gate", as its original entrance was found in the medieval stone walls which use to surround the area. First begun...More

Thank Linda Y
Reviewed 2 November 2017

I just walked around. I don't know if you can visit but as we were there just for 3 dyas and we should go to Delos, we didn't ask.

Thank Caio M
Reviewed 20 October 2017 via mobile

We reached here around sunset, and were able to capture / see good views of the church & its surrounds. One of the most photographed sites on the isle.

Thank DipuKV
Reviewed 20 October 2017

The church complex here emphasises the importance of religious practice in the lives of the people and the protective measures taken to avoid raids by pirates and others. It is part of a half day tour which provides a guide. Essential if you want to...More

Thank DamianD2
Reviewed 14 October 2017

It looks like sugar icing, powdery and misshaped! We stopped by for the photos everyone takes when seeking this church out. Looks better when the sky is blue behind it. We had a cloudy day and didn't look so nice, until we went back on...More

Thank Melanie T
Reviewed 14 October 2017

Wish we could have gotten inside! You can take some beautiful pictures of this church from many sides. Hard to get them without the tourists in them though!

Thank LynneP
Reviewed 11 October 2017

You come to the Cyclades expecting white-washed buildings. Mykonos doesn't disappoint and this is one of the best such buildings in Mykonos.

Thank MartinDee
Reviewed 10 October 2017

We passed the Paraportiani Orthodox Church while on a Mykonos walking tour. It is pretty but clearly a little touristy. But me, being a blueblooded tourist, enjoyed it and took a bunch of pictures. It was closed when we went by.

Thank mgill2005
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sj20162016
20 December 2017|
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Response from rodrigoma87 | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely, they are short walking distance
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Amber B
26 April 2017|
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Response from ChinKeng S |
You can see yourself.
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