The best beaches to visit in Mykonos

**The best beaches to visit in Mykonos.** Are you thinking of visiting Mykonos on your next trip to Greece? If so, you won't be disappointed. There are so many things to do here. Whether you're sightseeing, enjoying the nightlife, or looking at the beach, there's always something for you to do. Here are the best beaches you can visit in Mykonos: **Megali Ammos beach** For an uninhibited morning walk along the beach, Megali Ammos beach, which means "big sand", is suitable. This beach has too much wind for umbrellas and is quite close to the main road, but it is within walking distance of the center of Mykonos and offers visitors a peaceful place to relax on the sand or contemplate the waves crashing against the shore. **Agios Lazaros beach** A cozy beach located among many other beaches, Agios Lazaros beach is close to the center of Mykonos and has many hotels and summer houses on its shore. Unlike some beaches, this one is a bit off the beaten path and may not have the crowds of other places. **Fokos beach** A beach for naturists and those who like to walk the less-traveled path, Fokos Beach offers nothing in terms of tourist amenities other than a single tavern offering local cuisine, food and drink. **Kapari beach** Kapari Beach is one of the few unorganized beaches in Mykonos, but offers visitors to swim in its calm, clear waters and have an unforgettable time. Ask for directions and bring your own beach gear. **paradise beach** As the name suggests, this is the kind of beach that people dream about in the dead of winter. Super Paradise Beach has rows of sun loungers and umbrellas and is waiting for the vacationer with a drink in hand. This beach is especially popular with the LGBT community, but offers a white sand beach and turquoise waters for anyone looking to spend a day (or days) in paradise. **Hulakia beach** Come for the pebbles and the bay, stop for breathtaking sunsets that are some of the best on the island. Hulakia Beach is not so much for swimmers (it is a protected area) or sunbathers, but for nature lovers who are looking for every opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty and splendor of this land. **Agios Stefanos beach** The small beach of Agios Stefanos, which is crowded in summer, offers many things to visitors. Sheltered from the winds due to its bay shape, travelers of all ages flock to this beach for its many activities. This beach has everything from water sports to taverns and hotels. The beach is also popular due to its proximity to the main town of Mykonos. Mykonos has a beach for every traveler. Each of them has clear blue water, white sand and a rocky landscape typical of Mykonos and the Greek islands in general. You can't go wrong with any of these beaches!