Agios Ioannis

Located in the island’s South West coast, Agios Ioannis beach is named after the church that is built on its shore. Its soft gold sand perfectly matches with the bright blue waters and offers a magical get away, for those who aim for a peaceful day at the beach.

Agios Stefanos

One of the island’s longest beaches, Kalo Livadi, is considered a hotspot, famous for its cosmopolitan parties. All in one day, you can grab lunch at one of the many restaurants that surround the beach, stumble into water sports or just chase the sun laying on a sunbed. Kalo Livadi is located almost 10km away from Chora, the town of Mykonos.

Kalo Livadi

One of the island’s longest beaches, Kalo Livadi, is considered a hotspot, famous for its cosmopolitan parties. All in one day, you can grab lunch at one of the many restaurants that surround the beach, stumble into water sports or just chase the sun laying on a sunbed. Kalo Livadi is located almost 10km away from Chora, the town of Mykonos.

Psarou

Famed for attracting celebrities from all over the world and private yachts to anchor. Just 4,5 kilometers from the town of Mykonos, Psarou beach stands out as one one of the island’s most glamorous social scenes, combining style with fine white sand and clear, turquoise waters

Agios Sostis

A tranquil version of paradise can be found in the north, at Agios Sostis, a semi-remote stretch of sand free of crowds, lounge chairs and disco beats at the mouth of Panormos Bay. Named after a nearby church which stands above the beach, it provides an unspoilt Cycladic scenery well worth exploring.