From the uninhabited island of Delos and its ancient temples, to fine Mediterranean dining, you’ll discover Mykonos has more to offer than its many stunning beaches. Mykonos Town, or Chora, is a harbour village with a maze of cobblestone streets lined with must-see attractions. Visit the iconic whitewashed Church of Panagia Paraportiani, shop in the boutiques and spot the island’s official mascots: the friendly pelicans. On the western cape, a short drive from the capital, lie Ornos and Agios Ioannis. Here, you'll find the same elegance of the capital blended with the low-key tranquillity and relaxation that comes with being a little further out from Mykonos Town. Agios Ioannis offers some remarkable beach views of the historical island of Delos, whilst Ornos has some of the finest beaches in Mykonos. Both are ideal for a sophisticated luxury retreat. Then there is Elia, home to the largest beach on Mykonos and often thought to be its best. A favourite of celebrities looking to soak in some of that restorative Mediterranean sun, some time in one of this town's exclusive resorts will make you feel like a million pounds.