The "Mecca" of the Eastern Mediterranean, boasting of visits from celebrities, draws visitors from all over the world. Mykonos was known across Greece for its wheat production. There were over 20 windmills spread around the island, each one vital for its production and the island's economy. Today, only seven windmills are left, and these remnants have transformed into one of the island's most iconic sites.
If you are a wine lover and are looking for a unique place to stay, Mykonos Vioma Organic Farm is a must-visit. It is a haven for traditional products such as cheeses, hams, rusks, and of course, wine.
Being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece brings Mykonos on top of the travel list of millions of tourists every year. While on holidays in such a popular island, waiting in long queues for public transport to the beach is both tiring and time consuming, so, the best solution is either book a private transfer for point-to-point transfers or better and more value-for-money, hire a private car or minivan and move independently around the island.
Apart from its cosmopolitan flair, high- end services and first-class resorts and villas, this small Cycladic Island has a unique natural beauty and many hidden aspects that you can find by exploring it at your own pace. Driving from Mykonos Hora to the north, head to Agios Stefanos and then, to the northernmost tip of the island, where you will find the iconic landmark of the island, the much- photographed Armenistis Lighthouse, overlooking the nearby island of Tinos. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a breath-taking scenery and a unique sunset.
In central Mykonos, a great sightseeing itinerary includes the village of Ano Mera, the historic monasteries of Panagia Tourliani  and Paleokastro [18th c.] and the Castle of Gyzi [13th c.] on a hill above the village.
Heading southwards, the lace-like coastline is dotted with beautiful, long sandy beaches with crystal turquoise waters [Ornos, Psarou, Platys Yalos, Paraga beach bay, Paradise & Super Paradise beaches Elia, Kalo Livadi, Kalafatis]. Cosmopolitan or boho style, are a must- visit for water fun, clubbing, partying and meeting celebrities!