Paradise BeachCurrently Open
- Address: Mykonos, Greece
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Bar, Beach, Water Body, Waterfront, Food And Drinks, Cafe, Family And Kids, Water Sport
Paradise Beach - Review
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 by Public Transport
- Bus Stop to Mykonos Town
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Things to Know Before Visiting Paradise Beach
77.96% 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
Paradise Beach Trips
Paradise Beach, Mykonos Reviews
I have travelled the world to 20+ countries and more than 100 accommodations internationally. Although the resort is decent in size and has all that you would need from a resort including food, party etc. I have never experienced so much terrible customer service in my life. First off, the front desk was terrible at getting back to emails. Just one gentlemen was somewhat helpful. Then the guy who organized the shuttle to the sea port was completely rude to me, my friends, and others who I witnessed. It went so far that he even ended up touching me as I tried to get in the shuttle and keep me off the shuttle. The reason was because he was aggravated that my departure time (which I had no control over) had changed and he was not patient so he touched me, tried to keep me off the shuttle, and was grabbing our things to keep us off the shuttle. It was HORRIBLE HORRIBLE experience. So much so that even months after being there I have taken the time out to write this long review because I would hate for someone to have to go through this as well! Touching is never acceptable in any way or place. We are still due an apology and will take more action to receive a full refund. If you do end up going there please be wary of the customer service as well as this nasty, chubby man from the shuttle service who was not pleasant at all. Sincerely, John.
I stayed one night in the Parade Beach camping. It is a nice place to camp and there are cabins for those who don't have tents. It's clean also and there is a free shuttle service from/to airport and port included. The beach is nice. Also, it's a festive place but habitations are quiet so you can party or just relax, which is a real good point.
Awesome! I’m here right now and already I’m glad I stayed here. Great location. I’m in a superior room. A/C is great in the room, shower pressure and temperature is fantastic. Clean sheets, great view. Only thing I would recommend is bringing your own wall adapter because reception didn’t have any and you have to buy your own.
Stunning place! So good for tourists looking for the perfect spot to experience the party island culture.... The parties were amazing.. The beach sooo beautiful and the best place to relax after an amazing night. There's no place quite like it.
Great beach with great party places. The water was great, everyone should pass the big rock underwater. When you pass it you'll see one of the most amazing underwater views. It's like an underwater cliff.