Photo Credit: Silvana Bartha
Set atop a rocky hillside and overlooking the turquoise waves of the Aegean Sea, these iconic windmills are a must-see for any visitor to Mykonos. Dating back to the 16th century, the windmills once produced flour from locally-grown grain and are now a relic of the island's agricultural history.
Photo Credit: Herbert Aust
Located in Chora, the island's main village, Panagia Paraportiani is instantly recognizable with striking whitewashed walls that overlook the glittering sea. This centuries-old chapel offers breathtaking views of Mykonos and is a popular spot for tourists.