Mykonos Paraga beach

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Paraga Mykonos: Paraga Beach is a combination of two sandy beaches separating by a headland and forming a large beach. The southern beach is the calmer, while the northern one is fully organised and lined by many taverns playing music. Paranga beach can be reached by bus, by a 15 minute walk from Platis Yialos or by one of the frequent taxi-boats going to Super Paradise Beach.

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A calm environment, modern facilities, magnificent views and comfortable housing distinguish Zephyros Hotel. Some meters away from the hotel lays the beach of Paraga, with crystal clear waters and white sand. The private balconies of the rooms and apartments offer an exceptional view to the beach ...


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4 Reviews
  • bertverhu12 13 Jun 2017
    Paraga beach today!
    We were here in june 2017. The beach beds were very expensive: 50 euros was no exception. Behind the beach very noisy works are going on. They are building an pool landscape. I wanted to go on the rocks, but was stopped by security men from the overvalued Skorpios, who ordered me to go back. This is a public way, what is wrong? This beach has changed from very attractive to avoidable. This is the new Mykonian style, we suppose. As long as it lasts...
  • abigail 14 Jul 2010
    More relaxing environment
    I won't say this is an excellent beach but yes, it's nice. It is tolerant to nudists also, not full nudism. The one thing I liked about Paraga beach is the located against a picturesque landscape... I just hired a deckchair and with a bottle of beer in hand, chilled out with my friends! The beach is a little small but they do have some water sports. There is a number of beach bars. I really enjoyed the music at one of them and used to sit there in the evenings and watch the beautiful sunset. This beach is good if you just want to relax... which is exactly what I wanted to do! Not that busy as Psarou or Super Paradise, a more relaxing environment!
  • olia52 05 Mar 2009
    Young people screaming songs
    We went to Paranga by bus, which was very unconfortable as the bus was too crowded. I really think more buses should be put to all beaches of Mykonos or at least itineraries should be more frequent to serve tourists better. There were many swimmers in Paranga in late May, mostly university students who had come for excursion to Mykonosand a few youngsters from abroad. Loud music was heard from the beach bars and the sea was almost packed with sun-tanned bodies who were almost screaming the lyrics of the songs. The atmosphere was funny and lively, I liked a lot that crazy vibe! I am in my middle age but I felt rejuvenated among so many young people.
  • Andreas_T 21 Nov 2006
    Bring your own drinks
    Nationality: Cypriot

    Age: 28

    How did you get to the beach: By car

    Location of accommodation: Agios Stefanos

    How much time did it take you to get to the beach: 13 minutes

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

    -Was the trip to the beach enjoyable: Not much

    -Did the road to the beach have enough signs to guide you to it: I used a map and had to ask someone on our way

    -Reasons for going to Paranga beach: Recommended by: brochure/magazine/newspaper/internet site. By accident

    -Describe the beach: Sandy cove, cold waters, surrounded by cliffs, fully organized with sun beds and umbrella rentals, calm, clean, expensive

    -What amenities was the beach close to: Mini market, cafes, bars, beach bar, clubs, water sports activities, hotels and other accommodations

    - Did it meet your expectations: Yes Rate: 7/10

    - Favorite thing about the beach: Calm

    - 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: Expensive alcohol

    - Any recommendations/tips for future visitors: Bring your owns drinks