1. Fokos Beach
Relocating to the island’s north. You must travel a few kilometers on a dirt road to get to Fokos after passing the man-made lake on Mykonos, which is home to herons and other migrating birds. You will be mesmerized by the golden sand, tiny stones, and crystal-clear seas. There is a tavern there called Fokos where you can have some delectable authentic Greek food.
2. Loulos beach
The distance between the beach and Kalo Livadi, Mykonos’ most well-known beach, is only one kilometer. From Kalo Livadi, you can walk there, and from any location on the island, you may drive there. Follow the short gravel road that is visible from the main road where you can park! Loulos is a tiny beach with white sand, calm waves, and its signature shade of blue-green.
Just 500 meters from the Fokos beach, the island of Mirsini, sometimes known as Mersini, is completely uninhabited. Prepare yourself for a stunning sandy beach with clear water where you and your companions will be the only people there. beaten Myrsini? It’s time to go swimming in its pristine waters on your own, a la carte!
4. Merhias Beach
Turn left to Merhia as you travel along the road to Profitis Ilias. Due to the difficult access, this beach will kindly provide you with the peace and quiet you desire, with deep blue waves forming a beautiful creek and only a few nearby residences.
+1 Kapari Beach
Kapari is a beautiful and remote beach on the western side of Mykonos. It was once a common secret between the local residents of the island. Nowadays many visitors ask to visit Kapari, yet it remains a tranquil place, that forces you to appreciate amazing susets! The sun sets over the sacred island of Delos, creating a color palet with no mach. To find Kapari, head for Saint John beach and then find a smiley face to just ask!
1. Fokos Beach