The Mykonos windmills are iconic feature of the Greek island of the Mykonos.
This is the party beach no.1 - golden sand, clean water and countless beach bars blasting music all night long.
The Church of Panagia Paraportiani is situated in the neighbourhood of Kastro, in the town of Chora, on the Greek island of Mykonos.
A popular urban beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, a fine sandy shore, and very clean water. Stay here for a fun day at the sea.
Popular, laid-back beach with shallow entry to the water. You can camp just behind the beach, there are many facilities and a beach bar here.
Psarrou is one of the most famous beach villages of Mykonos island, but mainly among Greeks.
A dream-like beach with turquoise water and golden sand. It is protected by the bay - there are no strong winds.
Make a detour to this lighthouse for the unique views it offers - it is set in a truly breathtaking landscape.
Fine golden sand, crystal clear water, and an array of beach facilities - there's nothing missing on this beach!
This very peaceful and tranquil monastery with beatiful radiant white walls is surely a place to visit while staying on the Mykonos island.
The most popular beach for water sport lovers - the offshore winds are just perfect for the windsurfers.
Lined with bars and taverns, this beach has any service or facility you may wish for. Always lively, always full of fun.
A long beach that gets really alive after the sunset - there are many bars and restaurants that keep the place going.
The Aegean Maritime Museum is a maritime museum in Mykonos, Greece. The founder and chairman of the museum, George M.
A tranquil beach lined with taverns. The rather coarse sand is balanced with clean sea and many facilities available.
Well-polished beach easily accessible from Mykonos town. Come here for a quick dip if only visiting the island.