Some spend their Mykonian nights dancing on tables until the sun rises, others spend it trawling through the luxurious boutiques of town in Chora. For me, it was the romance of the island's sunsets, food fresh from the ocean and green waters...
If you only have a few precious days don't waste them on a beach that doesn't suit you, they all have their own unique character and qualities. There's; organised luxury, relaxed cool, adrenaline rush, untouched local and totally abandoned.
Psarou: think a luxurious but packed beach with decadent sushi served to you on trays and yachts parked off-shore. Put your resort wear on for this one.
Kalafati Beach is where your adrenaline fix is waiting in the clearest waters I've ever seen.
Elia Beach boasts more options which we took full advantage of; jet skiing, parasailing, jet packs and doughnut-ing.
Hiring a boat for the day (or just 4 hours) is the best way to take in private coves, secluded stretches of sand and see the islands from the outside in. Oh, champagne and wi-fi included.
My most memorable discovery was the island's ' 'Hidden Restaurant', tucked away in cave accessed by along a small wooden and stone path tracking the side of a cliff off Aggio-Anna Beach. With bottles of Rose wine lying across rock pools filled with lobster and fresh linen table cloths, Spilia is a MUST-EAT. We went twice, which in island terms is a lot.