for &


Mykonos Beaches

On Mykonos there are beaches for every type of visitor. The most popular are Super Paradise, Paradise, Platys Gialos, Psarou, Agios Ioannis, Agios Stefanos, Ornos and Paraga. If you want to spend your day on a quieter beach, you should go to Agrari, Panormos and Elia. If you are a windsurfing aficionado, we suggest you go to the beaches of Ftelia, Agia Anna and Kalafatis, where the wind conditions are ideal for the sport.

Mykonos the most famous island in Greece, retains full beauty through the passage of time and awaits you offering vacations beyond your expectations.

It is renowned for its cosmopolitan nightlife and never-ending entertainment, as well as its trademark windmills, beautiful beaches, traditional Cycladic villages and interesting archaeological sites. In other words, Mykonos is such a diverse island that it is the perfect holiday spot for all types of visitors. On this page you are provided with a map of Mykonos, travel information about the settlement of Platys Gialos, Mykonos beaches, suggestions for sightseeing and attractions on Mykonos Island, as well as distances of the Kamari Hotel Mykonos from transportation hubs, beaches and shops.

In Mykonos Town, located just 4 km from the hotel, we suggest you visit the trademark windmills, Alefkandra, Mykonos’ (Myconos’) “Little Venice”, Panagia Paraportiani Church and the Archaeological, Maritime and Folklore Museums. Other worthwhile attractions are the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani in Ano Mera and the Pre-historic and Ancient ruins at Panormos Bay. Get a good map of Mykonos Greece and take some time out of your busy schedule to go for a stroll through Mykonos Town to admire the picturesque houses, cobblestone alleyways and flowered balconies.