Psarou Beach (3km 6 min by car)

Psarou beach is a beautiful organized sandy beach with clear waters attracting thousands of visitors each summer. It is considered the most cosmopolitan beach in the Mediterranean Sea.
In particular Nammos Bar/ Restaurant. It is famous for attracting businessmen and celebrities from all over the world. It adds luxury to the beach with it’s amazing service, unique quality of food, drinks, music and daily parties.

TIP 1) Due to popularity to get umbrellas + sunbeds at Nammos you should reach the beach before 12:00pm midday. 

TIP 2) You can also find other umbrellas + sunbeds on the left hand side of the beach at Cavo Psarou for 15 euro, and it has a traditional self catering restaurant.


Panormos Beach (6km 10 min by car)

On the north side of the island, you will face this long and relaxing beach. Panormos beach welcomes everyone including families.
It is not as commercialized (umbrellas + sunbeds) as other beaches on Mykonos but offers you a great feeling of freedom and relaxation. It has become the destination in recent years of the bohemian type.
Fans returning to Panormos Beach Resort in 2016 will see new architecture and design elements plus a new menu by executive chef Avgeria Stapaki.

TIP 1)Avoid this beach when there is strong north wind.

TIP 2) Walk towards the right hand side of the beach where there is no umbrellas/ sun beds and relax on the sand or the beautiful rocks.

Kalo Livadi Beach (10km 15 min by car)

Situated at the lower end of a long open valley, Kalo Livadi is one of the shiniest beaches on the south coast of Mykonos.  As soon as you dive in, you feel that you are in a swimming pool due to the clear water and its unique turquoise color.
Sol-Y-Mar, the bar/restaurant on the far left side is one of the best beach bars on the island, with groovy music, top quality food and guarantees a good time.

TIP 1) We welcome new this summer Rakkan Beach Bar/ Restaurant, offering Japanese fusion cuisine at its best with a Mediterranean touch!   If you are seeking for relaxation, explore the right hand side of the beach. You will come across Altro – restaurant serving Italian dishes at its finest.

TIP 2)Kalo Livadi Beach is the last port of call for the regular taxi boats.

Elia Beach (12km 15 min by car)

With it’s picturesque seaside, Elia beach provides some of the most crystal clear turquoise waters which alone makes it worth a visit. This beach has less of a party scene and it is more about enjoying the company you are with and the conversations you have.
The beach is recognized as gay friendly and colorful, and there are separate areas for those who wish to go nude and want privacy.

TIP 1) Enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner at Elia Mediterranean. They serve light salads, fresh meat or fish and tasty pasta. All the Greek Specialities.

TIP 2) Attention adrenaline junkies. Elia Water Sports Centre is available to YOU! Water skis, wakeboarding, jet skis, tubes or parasailing. You name it, they have it.

Agios Ioannis Beach (3.6km 7 min by car)

Agios Ioannis is on the west side of the island facing the ancient Island of Delos. Many will appreciate this setting for its calm and relaxed atmosphere. Do not miss the beautiful sunsets. You will hear music coming from the restaurant Hippie Fish, but nothing that will shake you out of your sun loungers.

TIP 1) Book yourself a table at Hippie Fish where you can enjoy fresh seafood. It is also famous because this is the location of the award-winning motion picture ‘Shirley Valentine’.

TIP 2) Regular bus services to and from Mykonos town is provided.

Paraga Beach

It is one of the loveliest beaches on the south coast of Mykonos. It is popular with both the locals and new visitors to the island. It offers a much laid back attitude mixed in with the party atmosphere. Opening for the first time this Summer 2015, is Scorpios Mykonos. Located on the far right of the beach, overlooking 2 beaches, it is the perfect place to gather under the shady canopies for long and leisurely meals that can stretch from the afternoon on to the evening.

TIP 1) Are you after a Greek traditional Taverna? Then get yourself to Tasos Taverna. Order the muscles, they are exceptional. Otherwise the pork steak is very delicious also.

TIP 2) Regular bus services to and from Mykonos town is provided.

Ftelia Beach (9.3km 15 min by car)

Ftelia is the largest of all the undeveloped beaches in Mykonos.  Along with Kalafatis beach, this wild north beach is also another favorite of wind surfers. When the rare south wind blows, this is the beach to come to. BUT on a day with no wind, this beach is quiet and magic.

TIP 1) On the far right of the beach, you can visit Alemagou Beach Restaurant/Bar. It is an idyllic place to spend the afternoon with the sun-worshippers, beach gods and goddesses. Delicious food and cocktails mixed with good music.

TIP 2) A small archaeological site is located on a rocky area in the middle of the beach that is partially protected.

Super Paradise Beach (4.9km 12 min by car)

Super Paradise is one of the most alternative, anti-conformist beaches on the island. It is almost for everyone who wants to have fun in the sun amidst the eclectic crowd. Beach parties are a common practice both at Super Paradise Club and Jackie’O Beach Club.

TIP 1) Jackie’O caters not only for the (gay friendly) party scene, it also provides a restaurant with a fantastic menu.

TIP 2) The bus service is not available for Super Paradise. Drivers be aware of the access roads on both sides of the beach, it is quite steep.

Agia Anna Beach (of Kalafatis 11km 18 min by car)

One of quietest beaches and less commercialized, Agia Anna is located just before Kalafatis beach. 
NEW this season is Neasea Restaurant, promising farm-to-table Greek Island cuisine in its most creative and elegant version. Focusing on fresh, local ingredients from all over the Greek Islands; including seafood, meat and vegatables. 

TIP 1) Follow the path on the far right hand side where you will find a hidden gem, called Spilia Restaurant. The shrimp spaghetti is highly recommended.
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