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Mykonos Beaches – Having an Enjoyable Vacation

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Mykonos Beaches – Having an Enjoyable Vacation

Mykonos Beaches. The more famous tourist beaches can be found around the southern coastlines of the island. The most famous of these southern beaches are Paradise and Super Paradise. These are beautiful beaches suited for young clubbers. The beach setting is very much like paradise but not the type of paradise for a fun family picnic. There is music blaring from huge speakers. Partying with the waves and the sand goes on around the clock during the high season. A lot of obscene dancing is done by scantily clad gorgeous dancers. If you are looking to build a sand castle on the beach, this is not the place!

Both of these paradise-like beaches are nudist friendly. Fewer people visit Super Paradise during day time. The left side of the beach is usually dedicated to dancers while the right side is mostly for nudists and the gay.

Quick travel northeast from the Super Paradise coast will take you to the lovely and quiet cove of Agrari and to the east of this cove is Elia Beach. The longest beach, Elia Beach, is beautiful yet frenzy-filled. The Watermania at Elia is a family-friendly water park with plenty of aqua activities, dancing, and music. Read also: Mykonos – The Top Hot Destination For Your Greece Holiday

Other beaches suited for the family are available along the west of Paradise. Ornos is a great beach about two and a half kilometers south of Mykonos Town and Psarou is another great beach from where you can launch your water sport adventures. A wide range of activities such as water skiing, windsurfing, and diving equipment is available for you to take an adventurous dip.

A convenient and quiet beach would be the town beach located in the middle of Hora and the ferry port. Although it is not an exciting place, it is a great place for a quiet swim. The next available sets of beaches which are closes to the town are towards the north. Tourlos is just two kilometers away and Agios Stefanos is a further two kilometers north. Both can be quiet during the offseason but will get crowded between June and September.

Windsurfers can take shelter in the northern beaches in Panormos Bay. The aggressive “Meltemi” north wind makes it a great place for windsurfing and a less fun place for swimmers or other beachgoers. Panormos and Ayios Sostios have very little tourist facilities and so are better for beach lover who just wants to have some quiet “beach time.”

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