If you are thinking that this beach is as quiet as the Mykonos town, then you are wrong. As one of the first beaches popularized by the hippies, it’s also one of the most happening. Once the preserve of nudist gays, it now caters to both sexes though clothing is still optional. The taverns blast club music all day long all along the beach. The largest campsite on the island also runs from this beach and the same people manage the Paradise bar (a hotbed of events, parties, music, dancing, shops and discos). Naturally, the water sports facilities are fully equipped including a pretty fantastic diving school. Another distraction is a couple of mini-markets behind the beach. Cafes and bars will provide alternative food options. If you manage to grab a spot on the sand, make sure to never let go.
How to Reach Paradise Beach
- Bus Stop to Mykonos Town
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64.3% of people who visit Mykonos include Paradise Beach in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
51.22% of people start their Paradise Beach visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Paradise Beach
94.12% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paradise Beach