Mykonos Agios Stefanos beach

Information about Agios Stefanos beach

Agios Stefanos Mykonos: Agios Stefanos is the closest beach to the capital of Mykonos, north of Troulos and the new port. It is protected from the winds and offers various water sports facilities as well as some taverns and hotels. Agios Stefanos is very popular and gets very crowded during summer time. This beach is about the length of a soccer pitch.

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How to get to Agios Stefanos beach

There are many different ways to get to Agios Stefanos from any location on the island.
Airport to Agios Stefanos: 6 km / 3.7 miles | New Port to Agios Stefanos: 1.3 km / 0.8 miles | Town to Agios Stefanos: 5 km / 3.1 miles

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Private transfers: We recommend using an online pre-booked Mykonos transfer service, which provides transfer by taxi, minibus or private VIP car and arranging a pickup directly from the port, airport or your hotel. Alternatively, there’s the option of arranging a pickup by a local driver directly at the following numbers: 0030 694 559 7854, 0030 22890 22400 or book your taxi online.

Car rental: Τhere’s the option of renting a car in Mykonos with as little as 10 euros per day and pick it up directly from the airport, port or your hotel. Using a car rental allows visitors to discover Agios Stefanos and many other places of interest in Mykonos at their own pace.

Public transfers: In Agios Stefanos lies the terminal of the bus route Tourlos (New Port) > Agios Stefanos. There are several buses from Tourlos (where the new port is located) to Agios Stefanos during the day. Consider that time schedules might change according to the season. Check the official timetables here.
From Mykonos airport to Agios Stefanos: There’s a bus station outside the airport’s main terminal building. The bus route Airport > New Port (approximately every 1.5 hours) takes visitors to the New Port (terminal stop). From the New Port, visitors should take another bus to reach Agios Stefanos, following the route Tourlos > Agios Stefanos.
From Mykonos new port (in Tourlos) to Agios Stefanos: The bus station is located at the new port of Mykonos, a 3-minute walk away from the passenger disembarkation area. From there, visitors who have arrived by ferry to Mykonos can reach Agios Stefanos, following the route Tourlos > Agios Stefanos.
Tip: Since buses don’t always stop in every scheduled stop of their itinerary, our advice to visitors is to inform the driver about their final destination, so that he makes a stop there.

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Reviews of Agios Stefanos, Mykonos

4.5/5.0
4 Reviews
  • summer 24 Sep 2010
    Many stories to tell
    Far from civilization, this amazing lighthouse stands at the edge of a rock, facing the sea. It must be at least two centuries old, which makes me imagine all the stories that it must have seen: sea gulls coming and going, ships passing by, people looking at the sea, children playing around. This is a lovely spot of Mykonos and not very famous, so it is more likely that you will be alone or with few people as company. No bus goes to the lighthouse, you will have to rent a scooter/car to go. Also do not miss the dam of Marathi and the quiet beach of Panormos, only a few km from the lighthouse. What you need for a peaceful day in Mykonos.
  • barbara34 27 Jun 2010
    Watch the sunset
    Have you ever spent time looking at the beautiful sunset? Agios Stefanos is the ideal beach in Mykonos that is not only famous for its clean waters but the reconnection with nature is marvelous. The openness of the place, the tranquility and the exotic colors of the fireball that scatter and add captivating beauty is not to be missed. You must see at least one sunset there and you will remember it all your life. I found the beach to be very clean and well maintained. You may ensure that you spend quality time in Agios Stefanos. The rented umbrellas saved me from being roasted, as the sun gets unbearable after noon. I will advise you all to replenish your system with ample liquids and do not forget the sun block lotion in Greece!
  • Helen_M 26 Jun 2007
    Long sandy beach with beautiful views
    Hi, I'm Australian at the age of 26. In the summer of 2006 I went to Mykonos Island in Greece. I was staying near Mykonos Town, and rode to Agios Stefanos beach within 5 minutes by a scooter as it is very close. The streets of Mykonos in my opinion were very good. I used a map to get there, and it was perfectly indicated. The reason I went to Agios Stefanos beach is because it was recommended by friends. The beach is long and sandy, cold waters and beautiful views. Also it was fully organized with sun beds and umbrella rentals, proximity to a village, and also a bit dirty. Close to the beach were mini markets, restaurants, cafes, hotels and accommodations. My favorite thing about the beach was that it was quite.
  • B_Anderson 07 Nov 2006
    Beautiful views and fully organized
    Nationality: Australian

    Age: 28

    Date: 05/08/2006

    How did you get to the beach: Public transportation

    Location of accommodation: Beside beach

    How much time did it take you to get to the beach: Often, everyday

    -What is the condition of the roads on the way to the beach: Fine

    -If you did use public transportation did you have to wait a long time for the bus? Over 40 minutes

    -Was the trip to the beach enjoyable: Bus was very crowded

    -Did the road to the beach have enough signs to guide you to it: Had to ask someone on our way

    -Reasons for going to Agios Stefanos beach: It is the closest one to our accommodation

    -Describe the beach: Long sandy beach, clear waters, beautiful surroundings, beautiful views, fully organized with sun beds and umbrella rentals, both organized and unspoiled, calm, clean

    -What amenities was the beach close to: Telephone, mini market, restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels and accommodations

    - Did it meet your expectations: Yes Rate: 9/10

    - Favorite thing about the beach: Proximity to hotel but without the over crowing of other commercially commentated beaches

    - Is there anything that you don’t like about the beach or things that should be done by the authorities to ameliorate it or something missing: The frequency of the buses could use some improvement.

    - Any recommendations/tips for future visitors: Worth a visit to relax and enjoy what this beautiful island has to offer

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