Mykonos ticks off most travellers' wish-lists. The glam, gay mecca offers a slice of history served alongside a healthy portion of hedonism. The streets are crowded with chic fashion salons, cool galleries, jangling jewellers, languid and loud music bars, brightly painted houses and torrents of crimson flowers - plus a catwalk cast of thousands.
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With an enviable position just above the magnificent sandy beach of Elia, this luxury hotel is a haven of wellness and tranquility.
Today Mykonos is one of the most-visited of all Greek islands and a summer playground for the jet-set.
There's still a handful of off-track beaches worth fighting for, and you can still find a quieter pulse amid the labyrinthine old town. Under the gloss Mykonos is a charming and entertaining place, where high camp and celebrity posturing are balanced by the cubist charms of a traditional Cycladic town, and by local people who have had 40 years to get a grip on tourism and have not lost their Greek identity in doing so.
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