Best Beaches in Mykonos

Megali Ammos

The closest beach to Chora, reachable by a 15 min walk, ideal for those who only have a few hours to spend.

Psarou Beach

Situated within walking distance and just to the right of the Plati Gialos bus terminus. A fully organised beach, offers glamour and prestige. It’s the place to see and to be seen. Nammos the beach restaurant offers the same glamour and prestige as long as you are willing to pay the price. In high season you might have bribe your way to gain access to your spot on the beach.

Platis Gialos Beach

About 4 km from Mykonos town, a very popular beach on the south side. It is also one of the longest on Mykonos. It was once a family beach, but nowadays it’s becoming more cosmopolitan.

Paranga Beach

One of the smallest beaches, a combination of two sandy beaches separated by a headland. Although organised, it has a new-age feel about it, with fine sand and huge rocks juxtaposed with blue water. In the spring time it reminds you of the old days, but in the summer it’s crowded with Italians.It can be reached by bus or by a 15 minute walk from Platis Gialos.

Paradise Beach (Kalamopodi)

One of the most famous, nudist friendly, attracting young crowds by its 24 hour music and its day and night beach parties. Water sports, a diving centre and beach bars are available.

Super Paradise Beach (Plintri)

Just as famous as its neighbouring Paradise. Despite the paradisiacal setting, don’t come here for a peaceful day – music blares from huge loud speakers and the beach partying often continues all day long. Full nudity is permitted on the right side of the beach which is also gay friendly.

Elia beach

Elia is in a distance of about 3 km away from Ano Mera. The largest of the southern beaches, it has good restaurants, hotels, bungalows.

Ornos Beach

Only two kilometres from town, located on the south west. It is the perfect family beach with all amenities.

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