“This beach embraces Mykonos’ hedonistic, see-and-be-seen vibe. In the peak summer months, this sheltered cove is chock-a-block with blue loungers and partygoers ordering magnums of rose from the pricey Nammos restaurant, dancing to club tunes while they swim. The water itself? Turquoise, shallow, and clear, so that you can see all the way to your toes. And yes, you’ll also see plenty of yachts off in the distance.”


“A rocky crease on the southern part of the island of Mykonos, just a few minutes drive away from the island’s main town, provides the ideal setting for Scorpios, a lifestyle commune where restaurant meets boutique hotel and nightclub becomes Zen retreat. Sitting on its own peninsula, hugged by the wild wonder of a protected natural reserve and overlooking Paraga and Kavos lagoons on either side, this is a spot that offers visitors uninterrupted views across the Aegean sea, as far as the mind can travel.”


“The new spectacular setting of Principauté de Mykonos – Panormos, designed by prominent architect AthanasiosKyratsous, creates the backdrop for an unforgettable summer experience. With full respect to the natural beauty of the beach, every detail has been carefully thought out to deliver elegance at its most unpretentious. Wood is the dominant material both outside and inside, blending harmoniously with the exceptional landscape and soothing water elements, evoking an unmatched Zen feeling.”


“Marrying the island’s cosmopolitan party spirit with Buddha Bar’s elegant and immersive music, cocktails and cuisine, Mykonos’ Buddha Bar Beach has become one of the island’s coolest hotspots.With a rotating set of menus designed by Buddha Bar’s world-renowned chefs, the restaurant also showcases Mykonos’ outstanding seafood and fresh produce.”


“A fresh arrival on the beach of Ornos, right next to Kuzina, Pasajiis no doubt a reference point during your holiday on the island of the winds. A summer spot that oozes positivity and stands out for its distinctive decor and charming personality. Head there for either a refreshing dip or a chill out session on the sun lounger-beds accompanied by an iced coffee or a snack, or a meal with unique fusion options prepared with pure ingredients selected daily to offer you the most delicious dishes available. Don’t overlook the signature cocktails, made from the freshest raw materials, which are ideal for a refreshing afternoon. ”


“With a name that represents the Greek summer itself (sol y mar means sun and sea), the famous beach-bar-restaurant at KaloLivadi initiates its costumers into the philosophy of all-day amusement and high gastronomic delights. Within this casual microcosm with the colors of the Greek sea, the comfortable couches and the big dining tables ideal for companies, fun, good mood and friendly service keep a high position.”


“A bohemian setting you wouldn’t expect to find in Mykonos. Originally laid-back yet eclectic, totally relaxed yet elegant, both remote and cosmopolitan, rough yet refined.Finally a place where difference is not just a matter of speech. After all this is what the word Alemàgou means in an ancient dialect of Mykonos: Finally!”


“When South Italy meets the Greek Mediterranean. The all-day beach bar-restaurant Liasti is set in Lia and is in total harmony with the natural environment of the beach. Focused on pasta, Liasti offers specialties made of the Neapolitan Trafilatura al bronzo. Combine them with your favorite shellfish which are fished –at the exact moment of the order – from the specially installed aquarium of the restaurant. The music selections by the internationally known DJ, Jose Padilla, creator of the famous Café del Mar, turn Lia into the absolute lounge destination.”


“The greatness of simplicity is prominent in this place, which is more than just another restaurant in Mykonos. In Agia Anna Kalafati, immersed in a natural cave- hence the name- you can find this tasty treasure that comes to tempt all your senses. The scenery is natural, the raw ingredients are fresh and alive (the restaurant’s trademark are the live urchins coming on your plate immediately from the sea), while the service is extremely polite and willing to serve. The pasta fresh seafood that is so memorable also stands out. Leave behind you anything ordinary and discover one of the more attractive place on the island when it comes to tasty dishes. After all, the plain Mykonian luxury finds its true definition in Spilia.”


“The Hippie Fish Restaurant has been serving the freshest fish on the island of Mykonos since 1978. This is actually where the famous movie Shirley Valentine was shot in 1989. The place has been completely renovated, always in accordance with the Mykonian architecture and island style, but its delectable cuisine and exemplary service remained the same. The Hippie Fish Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and mainly serves fish, seafood and Mediterranean dishes. It can be reserved for special events, parties and weddings, and has a capacity for 300 seated people or 600 standing. The menu, decoration and music may vary, based on the occasion and guests’ demands and budget. Moreover, there are loungers and parasols directly in front of the restaurant, where guests can also be served while on the beach.”


“Tropicana Beach Bar Restaurant is one of those beach bars in Mykonos that surely you’ve heard of, or someone recommended you to visit. For over 20 years, Tropicana has captured the imagination of all those who want to enjoy a fast paced party! You will find it at the impressive Paradise beach and you can spend the whole day without any thoughts of leaving. After you have enjoyed your swim, you can sit down for an italian or Mediterranean style meal at the a la carte restaurant until the party begins! Daily at 16.30, party lovers meet here and dance like there’s no tomorrow until dawn. Sasa, the restaurant’s mascot, has become known for his provocative dance shows.”


“Luxurious beachclub on Super Paradise beach. Jackie O Beach has beds on the beach, but you can also chill around their pool area on a rock or have lunch in the restaurant upstairs. Everything is decorated very beautiful: from the chairs around the bar to the flowers in the restaurant. And then the view: it will definitely take your breath away. When you’re chilling there with a cocktail they play some relaxing club music in the background. The round bar is build after a traditional Greek boat building and is 25 meter long. A perfect place to order some cocktails during sunset. And if you think you need more relaxation you can go to their spa for a nice massage.”


“Elia is one of the most beautiful and biggest sandy beaches of the island. It offers everything: sunbeds, umbrellas, excellent organization, water-sports, restaurants, taverns, wc for people with physical disabilities, easy access, comfortable parking and view to the island of Naxos. Caster gold sand and blue, clear water. It is worth to visit restaurant Elia and try the Mediterranean cuisine.

P.S. It is characterized by a gay-friendly environment and in some parts of the beach is allowed nudism.”


“In the south part of the island, near to Elia, is located Agrari beach, a huge beach with gold sand protected from the north wind.8.5 kilometers far away from the center is the most suitable beach to enjoy your swimming. Deep sea, easy atmosphere, cafeterias, restaurants with organic food, sunbeds, umbrellas, places to take a bath after swimming and free Wi-Fi.In the middle of the beach you will find water-sports, too.”


In the south part of the island, 5 kilometers away from the center, is the most bustling beach called “PlatisGialos”. One of the biggest sandy beaches in Mykonos, mainly with family climate because of the comfort and the easy access.Excellent organization, with thousands of sunbeds and umbrellas. From the beach of PlatisGialos start the boats which make routes to the south beaches of the island.”


“In the north part of the island,13 kilometers away from the center ,after an area called AnoMera, a few people visit this small cove. Wild beauty, stones and somewhere between those a part of sand.Fokos is not organized, it is the hangout of alternative people. Unfortunately the half way (almost 2 kilometers) is unmade road with limited visibility. The crystal, blue-green water will compensate you.You can have lunch or dinner in the beautiful and graphic Fokos tavern.”


“Set on the northern side of the island, AgiosSostis is a stunning, protected cove, and one of Mykonos’ more remote sandy stretches—no nightclubs here. Rather, the beach takes its name from a small traditional chapel, which sits just above. For lunch, stop by Kiki’s, an iconic tavern serving simple salads, grilled fish, and one killer giant pork chop. There’s no electricity (and no reservations) so the restaurant closes up once the sun has set.”