Mykonos is renowned for its long, sunny summer days and its spectacular sandy beaches. Whether you prefer some solitude on a secluded beach, or you want to join the party crowd, there will be the perfect beach for you. Rent a bike, ATV or buggy and make your way to the beach of your choice.
We will collect you from the port, airport or your accommodation, transport you to our office at Agios Stefanos Beach where you can pick up your rental bike or ATV and head out to explore the island at your leisure. When you return your bike, ATV or buggy rental to our office, we'll ensure that you are taken back to your accommodation, or to the port or airport.
With its shallow waters and sandy beach, Agios Stefanos is a great family destination when visiting the island of Mykonos. There is a wide range of accommodation to suit most budgets and a number of tavernas to quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available, or spread your towel out on the soft sand to soak up the sun.
Located near the harbor at Tourlos, around 3.5 km from Mykonos town, Agios Stefanos, offers scenic views of the nearby islands of Delos and Syros as well as of the giant cruise ships arriving and leaving Mykonos.
Also known as San Stefanos or St Stefanos, Agios Stefanos is name after the small red-roofed, white-washed church on the hillside overlooking the beach.
Agia Anna Kalafatis
Situated just to the right of the busy watersport destination of Kalafatis Beach, Agia Anna Kalafatis is a wonderful spot away from all the hustle and bustle. Featuring soft sand, calm waters and a beachfront taverna, Agia Anna Kalafatis has a variety of accommodation options overlooking the beach.
Featuring a large bay perfect for water skiing, jet skiing and windsurfing, Elia beach is situated around 10 km from Mykonos town on the south coast of the island. The beach can be reached by boat or by road, and a rental ATV or bike is the perfect mode of transport to get there.
Scenic views from the surrounding hills, and plenty of accommodation options make Elia beach a popular destination for visitors who want a lively destination, but not quite as lively as the party beaches of Paradise and Super Paradise.
The picturesque beach of Kalafatis is situated on the southern coast of Mykonos. It has a long beach with rocky hills on either side and a large deep bay. The almost constant offshore breeze makes Kalafatis the perfect windsurfing destination, for both beginners and more experienced windsurfers. Tuition and windsurfing equipment rental is available at the beach.
Kalafatis is also a popular scuba diving and snorkeling destination, with divers having the opportunity to explore the wreck of a cargo ship, as well as the remains of a shipwreck dating back to 1926 which has melded with the reef becoming a home to a variety of fish and underwater plants. Water sport enthusiasts visiting Kalafatis can also try out jet-skiing and water-skiing.
There is a large area for swimmers, a beachfront tavern, beach beds and umbrellas at Kalafatis. Park your rental bike or ATV in the parking ground which is separated from the beach by a row of trees, which also provides lovely spots to relax in the shade.
The soft sand and shallow, calm waters of Kalo Livadi make it a popular family destination. This is one of the longest beaches on Mykonos, so even in mid-season you'll find a spot to stretch out and soak up the sun.
The facilities at this beach include umbrellas, beach beds, beachfront bars and cafés. The nightlife at Kalo Livadi is lively, with cocktails and excellent food choices enhancing the holiday atmosphere.
Kalo Livadi is situated between Kalafatis and Elia beach along the southern coast of the island, around ten kilometers from Mykonos Town and two kilometers south of Ano Mera.
Paradise beach has a well earned reputation for being one of the hot-spot party destinations on the island of Mykonos. International DJs, thumping dance music and crowds of happy people are guaranteed during the summer months.
A variety of water sports are available at Paradise and wearing clothing on the beach is optional. Restaurants, pubs, clubs, beach bars, sunbeds and umbrellas ensure that visitors to this popular beach destination have everything they need.
Super Paradise Beach
Celebrities, jet-setters and tourists from around the world gather in the summer months to enjoy the non-stop party atmosphere of Super Paradise. Eclectic entertainment, exotic cocktails and superb food is on offer at the Jacky O' bar perched on the hill overlooking the beach and this iconic venue is popular with the international LGBT community.
The clothing optional beach is set in a scenic bay, with soft sand and calm, clear water. A variety of water sports are available and the beach is equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds. Beach bars and cafes offer food and refreshments. Super Paradise can be reached by road or water craft from Platis Gialos.
Platis Gialos is located around four kilometers from Mykonos town and has a small port from which water craft provide transport to many of the beaches on the southern coast, including, Elia, Agrari, Paranga, Paradise and Super Paradise.
Visitors to Platis Gialos will find a variety of water sports to choose from, such as water skiing, wake surfing, wakeboarding, tube rides and jet skiing. Umbrellas, sunbeds, restaurants and accommodation are all available at this Mykonos destination.
Stretching south from the iconic windmills at Mykonos Town, Megali Ammos offers soft sand, shallow water and large flat rocks. It is the closest beach to town, with the road running just behind it, and has a taverna, Joanna's Nikos Place, right on the beachfront where guests can enjoy traditional Greek food and an outdoor barbecue. It is a lovely area at any time of the day, but is particularly spectacular in the evening as the sun sets over the sea.
The popular tourist destination of Ornos beach is located just two kilometers from Mykonos Town. The southern part of the large, sandy beach is shallow and quite protected from the wind, making it a popular choice for families with young children. It is less calm on the north side of the beach offering windsurfers the opportunity to skim over the water at speed.
Ornos is considered to be upmarket, with a variety of accommodation options, restaurants, cafés, tourist shops, supermarkets, a bakery and pharmacy.
Situated on the north coast, around 4.5 km from Mykonos town, Panormos beach is one of the island's more secluded beaches. There are some walking trails, and the view of Panormos Bay from the surrounding hillsides is worth the effort. There is a beach bar during the summer season offering an assortment of cocktails and food options, with comfortable seating and shade. Beach volleyball is a popular activity on Panormos beach and competitions take place there from time to time.
Anna Agia Paraga
Agia Anna Paraga beach is particularly lovely in the spring months of April and May when the wildflowers are in full bloom on the surrounding hills. It is a small beach located between Platis Gialos and Paraga beaches. visitors will find umbrellas, sunbeds and some taverns serving fresh fish and other tasty dishes. A peaceful getaway spot.
Considered by many to be one of the most scenic and chilled-out beach spots on the north coast of Mykonos, Agios Sostis is located in a protected cove with sparkling clear water and soft sand. The beach is named after the small church which overlooks the beach and is not a typical tourist destination. During the summer months Kiki's Tavern is open from midday to sundown, offering open-grilled delicacies and garden fresh salads. Other than the tavern, there are minimal facilities so its best to take whatever you need with you. The main attraction of Agios Sostis is its tranquility and seclusion.
A small hill separates Agrari beach from Elia beach on the south coast of Mykonos. You can walk along the hillside pathway between the two beaches. Sunbeds, umbrellas, a restaurant and a variety of watersports are available at Agrari beach. This charming little beach is covered with sand and small smooth pebbles. It offers a quieter atmosphere than nearby Elia.
Located on Panormos Bay, Ftelia beach features crystal clear waters and an unusual landscape of interestingly shaped rocks. Due to the ever-present wind, Ftelia is a very popular windsurfing destination and visitors can relax at the restaurant while watching the windsurfers skim across the waters. From a cultural perspective, Ftelia is important due to the Neolithic settlement discovered nearby, which is believed by experts to be the tomb of the historic Iliad hero, Ajax the Locrian.
If it is tranquility and natural surroundings that you are looking for, Kapari is the place to go. Surrounded by rocks washed by the warm waters of the bay, Kapari is located behind the pretty little chapel of Agios Ioanni with a lovely view of the neighboring island of Delos directly opposite.
There are minimal facilities at Kapari, so be sure to bring your refreshments, towels, umbrellas with you. This lovely beach is somewhat off the beaten track but worth it if you appreciate scenery and solitude.
Experienced kitesurfers will enjoy a visit to Korfos beach as prevailing wind conditions can whip up some choppy waters. The beach is located around three kilometers from Mykonos town and visitors can get supplies from nearby restaurants and bakers, or Ornos beach, but there are no facilities on Korfos beach itself. Kitesurfing equipment and lessons are available at the beach.
Located on the south coast of Mykonos, scenic Paraga Beach is one of the islands clothing optional destinations. Facilities include umbrellas, beach beds, beach bars, restaurants and some accommodation and camping options. The beach can be reached by water craft from Platis Gialos and is within walking distance from Paradise Beach.
With soft sand and clear, calm water, Psarou is a very popular destination for beach-lovers who want to relax and soak up the sun. Located north-west of popular Paradise Beach, Psarou has sunbeds, umbrellas and a restaurant. Many yachts anchor offshore in the calm waters of the bay, which is perfect for visitors who enjoy swimming.