Lively Mykonos is arguably the most cosmopolitan and sophisticated island of Greece. Stylish crowds in their straw hats and resort wear flock each year to Mykonos, that has cultivated a people watcher’s/party island quality. Known as the island of winds, Mykonos oozes genuine whitewashed Cycladic aesthetics with its iconic windmills, narrow streets and bougainvilleas, blended with sleek boutiques and boho, stylish hangouts. Sunset lovers swear by Little Venice and its magnificent views while those in the mood to see and be seen should stroll around the narrow alley of Matoyanni in Hora, the capital of the island. Mykonos has some awe-inspiring beaches such as Ftelia, Kalo Livadi, Agios Sostis, Elia, Ornos, Psarrou and Paraga. The neighboring sacred island of Delos is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and definitely a must-visit. Ano Mera is a charming village, perfect if you wish to escape a bit from the crowds. As per food, Tzimis is an all-time classic for souvlaki. Kopanisti is a local cheese spread that you should definitely sought after. Spilia Seaside Restaurant and Nikolas Seafood Tavern are great choices for some fresh seafood.