1. Mykonos Town (Chora):
 The picturesque capital of Mykonos, Mykonos Town is known for its charming whitewashed buildings, narrow alleys, and iconic windmills. Visitors can explore its bustling waterfront, visit the Mykonos Archaeological Museum and Folklore Museum, and enjoy shopping, dining, and nightlife in its vibrant streets.

2. Little Venice:
 A romantic waterfront district in Mykonos Town, Little Venice is known for its colorful houses, charming cafes, and stunning sunset views. Visitors can stroll along the waterfront, admire the picturesque buildings, and enjoy cocktails or dinner with a view at one of the many waterfront restaurants and bars.

3. Psarou Beach:
 One of the most exclusive beaches in Mykonos, Psarou Beach is known for its crystal-clear waters, soft golden sand, and luxury beach clubs. Visitors can relax on sunbeds and loungers, swim in the calm waters, and enjoy VIP service at beachfront establishments like Nammos Beach Club.

4. Paradise Beach:
 A popular party destination in Mykonos, Paradise Beach is known for its lively atmosphere, beach bars, and music festivals. Visitors can relax on its sandy shores, swim in the turquoise waters, and dance the day away to the sounds of DJs and live performers.

5. Delos Island:
 A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Delos is an uninhabited island located just a short boat ride from Mykonos. It is known for its impressive archaeological ruins, including temples, theaters, and mosaics, which date back to ancient Greece. Visitors can explore the island's rich history and mythology on guided tours and enjoy stunning views of the Aegean Sea.
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