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I absolutely loved Paraga Beach, it was pure magic! There seemed to be less people there as it was a smaller beach and there was no beach clubs etc. It was very relaxing and a gorgeous swimming spot. There is a bar area very close...More
After searching for a beach spot to fo on our own from the cruise, we chose Paraga and glad we did!It was gorgeous! Easy to get to from the bus from town - every half hour trip takes about 20 minutes. Lots of lounge chairs...More
Seems the beach scene is very quiet once off season arrives . While there was still bars and cafes open they seem to have limited services. Still had sun lounges and towels for hire . Was very windy when I was there so not able...More
Unspoilt beach without the music of the various beach clubs in the area. Great food at Agia Anna Studios bar and restaurant and their sun-beds are only 10 Euro compared to the other beaches where they can be 50 Euro plus a day. Amazing sunset...More
Beautiful beach with turquoise water. Calm waters so ideal for swimming. We perched up Sant Anna towards the back if the beach where sunbeds were 15 euros each including a towel. Great fun music playing which got louder in the afternoon. More of a party...More
There is such a nice vibe on the beach (maybe because I love 1990s music), loads of bars and atms, easy to get to from Mykonos town - again like most beaches the sun loungers are pricey - we got a deal for 40e by...More
Depends on exactly what you prioritise. Agrari is very quiet but has coarse sand and difficult entry into the sea. It is one of the few quiet beaches that also has recliners and umbrellas plus a bar service and choice of... More
Depends on exactly what you prioritise. Agrari is very quiet but has coarse sand and difficult entry into the sea. It is one of the few quiet beaches that also has recliners and umbrellas plus a bar service and choice of food. Left hand side is generally textiles, right hand side clothing optional. Just to the east of Agrari is Elia which is also quiet compared with Paradise etc to the west. We haven't been there for a couple of years but it was always a pleasant spot with loungers for hire and a zone to suit your taste, straight or gay, more or less clothing, plus places to eat and drink. I'd also agree with Marios T in that Kalo Livadi is a good spot that is not too crowded. In September the weather is still good and roads, beaches and restaurants not too busy. We always visit in June or September which are far better, and cheaper, than July and August. Hope you enjoy Mykonos!
Is anybody has experience about paraga beach hostel in Mykonos accommodation and which clubs and beaches ate nearest from it
June 11, 2016|
Response fromDonny B|
There are two beach bars/clubs right at Paraga beach, Scorpios is just a couple of minutes' walking distance away, and so is Paradise beach. In other words, the hostel is very close to beach party clubs as well as to four other beaches.
Please comment on my Mykonos stay... (7 Replies)
Hi all, Here's my plans while visiting Mykonos... We arrive on Saturday, June 8th. Ferry doesn't duck till 8PM so I assume we probably won't be able to see much that night. We're staying at Platys Gialos for three nights. Technically, we have 2.5 days to visit Mykonos as our ferry leaves Tuesday afternoon for Santorini. Day 1: Paraga Beach, Paradise Beach, Myknos Town, Little Venice, Windmills, Paraportiani Church, Pelica & catch sunset. Day 2: We would like to visit Agios...More
April 10, 2007|
Hi Jess If your ferry docks at 8pm you still have plenty of time to get to Platy Gialos & get back into town for a few hours exploration of the town. Mykonos town deosn't close down at 10pm!! Paranga beach is only a short (10 mins or so) walk from Platy Gialos & you can carry on to Paradise beach on foot if you wish. It is a better alternative than going back to Platy Gialos & getting a bus there. Little Venice & the Windmills are next to each other & the best place to...More
Paraga Beach Camping (1 Replies)
Hello, I'll be arriving on Mykonos on the 3rd of August, hopping to stay at least 10 nights. I've made a rezervation at Paraga beach camping for a bungalow. Has anyone been there? How is it like? I'd also like to know what is the weather like, especially the water temperature in August, so that I know what to pack. What do you think about the Paradise Beach fast food? We would not like to spend that much on eating (saving the money for clubbing and parties :) ) We are in our 20's and we're...More
July 23, 2007|
Hi I have never stayed on the campsite so I can't help there. The weather will be very hot, especially so if there is no wind. If you want to save your money for partying & clubbing then buy your food & drink at the supermarkets & the fast food outlets that sell Giros pittas, souvlakis etc. You can eat much more cheaply like that than getting your food from Paradise Beach bars. Google " mykon.net" & see the live webcam of the harbour. This also gives you the current...More