Mykonos became a favorite among the jet set in the ‘60s, when Jackie Kennedy Onassis vacationed here. Its main town continues to enchant new arrivals with blue domed churches, windmills, jaunty fishing boats, and the glamorous shops and restaurants of the Little Venice
neighborhood. Linger over a fresh-caught meal or find your way through the maze-like streets to the folklore and maritime museums. A short boat ride will drop you on the nearby island of Delos, revered as the birthplace of Artemis and Apollo—and deemed a UNESCO Heritage Site for its vast array of ancient temples, theaters, and mosaic-filled homes.