Called "The Island of the Winds" due to its breezy aura all year round, Mykonos is a popular holiday destination in Greece renowned for its dreamy, picturesque appearance. It is one of the most visited islands in the Aegean Sea where honeymooners, families and adventurers - all are spotted holidaying throughout the year. What draws the vacationers to the island the most is the incredible beauty of its narrow streets with whitewashed facades, and emblematic windmills. With the long stretches of sandy coastlines, the island ensures an ideal time for beach bums; they can simply sit back and relax on the loungers soaking up the sun or experience thrill enjoying various water sports activities like skiing, diving, snorkeling and parasailing. Kalafatis, Psarrou, Mykonos (ville) and Ornos are the places with some of the best beaches on the island. And if history and culture excite you, you would love to take a tour of the island of Delos, and discover some archaeological wonders like the Archaelogical Musem of Mykonos, the Folklore Museum and most importantly, the Little Venice lined by intriguing 18th century houses, restaurants, cafes, art galleries and lively bars and clubs. Besides, the island is home to 400 churches; you should not miss out on visiting Kastro district and indulge in the beauty of the Panagia Paraportiani. Apart from the old marvels, sunsets, cobbled pathways and luxe villas, the authentic Greek cuisine served here appeals to foodies from different parts of the world. Kopanisti - a pepper-flavoured cheese, louza - a dish made from slices of spicy, cooked pork, and ksinotira - a local appetiser are some of the must-tries here. Also, there's something magical about the nightlife in Mykonos; party goers have a lot of options for dance clubs, bars and taverns. Astra, Skandinavian Bar, Paradise Beach Club and Guzel top the list.