Known for its everyday parties, by day and by night, Paradise beach in Mykonos is favored by younger visitors, since it hosts some of the most famous clubs in Mykonos.
Super Paradise beach in Mykonos is a south coast beach with calm waters and a golden sand strip, located right next to Paradise beach. It is home to the well known Super Paradise Club.
Elia beach is the largest sandy and fully organized beach in Mykonos. It is a beach you are sure to enjoy on days that the winds are not strong.
Al though the waters of Panormos beach in Mykonos are chilly, the water temperature is in fact warmer than that of Mykonos’ other beaches. Furthermore, Panormos beach is surrounded by sand dunes.
Psarou beach is unquestionably one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, with clear blue waters, golden sand and the advantage that however strong the north winds are...
Ornos beach in Mykonos, like Psarou beach, has the advantage of remaining undisturbed from the winds even on extremely windy days. Ornos is ideal for families with small children.
One of the most popular beaches in Mykonos, Platys Gialos beach is quite organized with lots of people and many hotels and restaurants along the sand strip.
Quiet and beautiful, Agia Anna beach in Mykonos island provides you with only the necessary lounge chairs, while if you are a fan of beach volley, you can play at the beach volley court behind the reeds.
Kalafatis Mykonos beach, is the only beach in Mykonos surrounded by trees, and one of the largest on the island.
Sandy and relatively calm with crystal clear blue waters, Agios Ioannis beach in Mykonos island has just a few lounge chairs but many good restaurants where you can enjoy fresh sea food, among other dishes.
Lia beach in Mykonos is fairly quiet and organized, with crystal clear blue waters and fine sand, flanked by rock formations. Ideal for groups of friends and families.
Agrari is a vast, sandy beach where you can practice any sea sport you choose. You can get there by sea taxi, by regular taxi or with your own vehicle.
One of the most crowded beaches on the island, organized to a point you almost can’t see the sand from the many lounge chairs. Ideal for days with strong north winds. Here, you won’t even know that it is windy.
Ftelia beach in Mykonos is one of the more peaceful beaches in Mykonos, with very few people, which is surprising, being so easily accessible from the capital.
Kalo Livadi beach is one of the largest beaches in Mykonos, with calm, clear blue waters and fully organized with many restaurants. You may have to reserve your beach lounge chair at Kalo Livadi beach, from the day before.
Fokos beach in Mykonos is a quiet and secluded beach, nothing like the rest of the beaches on the island and ideal for resting and nudism.
Ideal for families, Agios Stefanos is a calm beach with very few lounge chairs and a restaurant serving delicious fish dishes.
Perhaps the most beautiful beach on the island, remaining fairly untouched by the tourism industry and free from beach bars, lounge chairs etc.
Kapari beach must be the most beautiful and peaceful beach in Mykonos. Kapari beach is a small paradise made up of crystal clear blue waters, bright white sand and large rock formations.
You will rarely meet other people at Megali Ammos beach. It is generally not recommended, since the area is a landing spot for school excursions.
Houlakia beach in Mykonos is not a sandy beach and features only pebbles (choulakia is the local word for the Greek word “votsala”, meaning pebbles).
Korfos beach in Mykonos is not advised for swimming. Its location, combined with the shape of the island, results in all the garbage from the broader sea area ending up here.