Agios Stefanos: A lovely sandy beach that’s a mere stone’s throw from the hotel. The clean, shallow waters of this natural bay and fine golden sand make it popular among swimmers and sunbathers alike. Beach facilities include sunbeds, umbrellas, a variety of watersports equipment available to rent, cafés, a large waterfront tavern and parking.
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Fokos: Removed from the more developed southern stretch of Mykonos, this secluded beach on the island’s wild northern coast is often quiet and calm, even during the high season. Drive down a dirt road to reach this unspoiled idyll of crystal clear waters and fine sand dotted with small pebbles. There are no tourist facilities, so make sure to bring your own towels and umbrella.
Paradise: Mykonos’ most famous beach, situated on the south coast in between “Super” and “Paranga.” This is where the young and the restless come to see and be seen and party all day and night.
Psarou: This is the place to be seen amongst the celebrities. Located just south of Mykonos town with plenty of services available, a shopping mall, restaurant, sunbeds and umbrellas.
Kalo Livadi: Located at the lower end of a long open valley, Kalo Livadi is part of a group of southern beaches. It’s one of the longest beaches in Mykonos with shallow, clean waters that make it excellent for swimming and watersports.
Agios Ioannis and Kapari: Possibly the island’s most beautiful beaches. While located on the southwest coast near Mykonos town, they’re not as easily accessible as the others so have fewer crowds. Both have fine, soft sand, and stellar views of Delos Island. There are no tourist facilities at Kapari beach, situated down a narrow dirt road, so make sure to bring your own towels and umbrella.
Agios Sostis and Panormos: Situated on the dramatic northern coast, Agios Sostis and Panormos are among the most remote beaches on the island, where to go incognito and far from the madding crowd. There’s only one tavern—while picturesque, don’t expect any electricity.