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“Small but convenient”

Agios Stefanos Beach
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Reviewed September 2, 2013

This beach is very convenient for people staying at nearby hotels such as the Grace. The sun loungers cost 12 euro for the pair with an umbrella, which is not bad compared with other places on the island. The staff who support them are very helpful and serve food and drink throughout the day. The beach is ok. That doesn't mean that it is bad, it is just that there are better beaches on the island

Thank David V
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

This is just a nice clean beach away from the party scene of many Mykonos beaches. We stayed at a hotel in the hillside above this beach and swam there almost every morning and evening. There are several places with both food and umbrellas but there is also space to sit with a towel at one end if you prefer. The angle of the beach is such that while it can be windy it is somewhat sheltered from the prevailing winds and waves which can be strong.
There is a lifeguard on duty in a chair at least during peak times.

Thank Panowizard
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

Great location, clear waters, relaxed atmosphere. What better way to spend a day! Avoid the crowds and party-goers and chill out here, close to a shop and restaurants and cafes. Loungers (2) and an umbrella will cost you eur12 or just put your towel down for free, there's plenty of space.

Thank Kylie E
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Reviewed August 28, 2013

Went to St Stefanos beach a few times and really enjoyed it. There are some Bar/Restaurant on the beach. Very relaxing. The beach is protected by the wind. The water is fabulous, clean, warm.

Thank Antonio P
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Reviewed August 10, 2013

We've been going there for many years, still fairly unspoilt and plenty of Greek charm. Eat at the Nafsika, drink in Bar 38 and you can't go wrong, Zorba's is also pretty good for grub and there's greek dancing most nights. Waves for Lunch on the Beach and bar one for a pre dinner drink at the Nafsika

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