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Mykonos is one of Greece’s most glamorous holiday spots. It’s been a top destination for years, attracting laid back hippies in the 60’s and the yacht set during the 80’s and 90’s. Nowadays the island is known for its stunning beaches, lively nightlife, and luxury beach resorts.

As one of the top Greek tourist destinations, Mykonos has no shortage of hotels: from five star complexes by the coast to quaint rural getaways further inland. Most of the accommodation on the island can be found in Chora, also known as Mykonos town. The town is known for its narrow winding streets, which climb steadily from the port past sun-bleached white houses.

There’s a lot to take in during a stroll through Chora. Quaint little churches, 16th Century windmills, boutique shops and balconies overflowing with colourful blooms add character to the maze-like streets. There’s an Archaeological Museum and a Folklore Museum if you want to learn a bit about the history of Mykonos, while shopaholics will enjoy a browse in the jewellery and leather shops on Matoyianni Street.

The harbour, known locally as ‘Little Venice’, is where people go to watch the world go by. It’s a favourite hangout for artists, with galleries squeezing in beside the terrace bars and restaurants. There’s nothing more romantic than enjoying a drink here and watching the sun go down.

Chora has a small beach for avid sunbathers, but better stretches of sand can be found at Platys Gialos- roughly 15 minutes away from town by bus. Most of the beach resorts can be found along the south coast of Mykonos, with plenty of hotels and restaurants concentrated around Psarou, Platys Gialos, and Paranga.

If you’re not fussed about waterfront views, but love relaxing, the inland village of Ano Mera is the perfect spot to base yourself. Head to the main square, where you can relax in a taverna and enjoy some local fare or snack on Greek sweets from one of the pastry shops. Despite the inland location, the beaches of Kalafati and Elia are just under two miles away.

For nightlife and nudist beaches, head to the resorts of Paradise and Super Paradise further along the coast. During the high season there’s a boat service from Platys Gialos and Mykonos Town, but if you’re serious about clubbing it’s worth looking at hotels in the area. The party gets going at 4pm and doesn’t stop until the sun comes up.