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Mykonos is found in the centre of the Cyclades group of islands, and boasts glamour, luxury and cosmopolitan vibes along with traditional architecture in the form of beautiful windmills, white-washed houses, and blue-domed churches. A top summer destination for entertainment, beautiful beaches, untouched seashores, and archaeological sites.
A main landmark in Mykonos are the cylindrical windmills, formerly used to crush wheat and cereals, and proof of the engineering ingenuity of dependence on the strong winds which the process depended on. Visit Ano Mera village which retains its authenticity with a paved central square, well-maintained church, Gyzi Castle, and Paleokastro Monestery. A 40-minute boat ride away from Mykonos is the sacred island of Delos, offering insight into the past having been a religious pilgrimage location, as well as great political importance.
Greek cuisine is one of the most globally praised, and one cannot miss trying it at a local taverna, with fine dining options also widely available in Mykonos. Viticulture is also important in Mykonos, creating high-quality wines one can enjoy with their meal or as part of a visit to a winery. Other leisure pursuits include watersports, dancing the night away at epic beach parties and legendary Mykonos clubs, and taking in the beauty of the picturesque surroundings and amazing sunsets.

— Visit Little Venice perched at the sea front
— Take a boat ride to the sacred island of Delos
— Enjoy the various clubs and entertainment venues
— Eat at a local taverna
— Tour the picturesque windmills

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