Platis Gialos Beach in Mykonos
Information About Platis Gialos
Platis Gialos Mykonos: Platis Yialos is one of the most popular beaches of the island, filling with thousands of people during summertime attracted by the golden sand and the wonderful turquoise crystalline waters. Platis Gialos is a fully organized beach, with many hotels lined in front of the beach. Here many people walk straight down to the beach from their rooms.
Quite a nice, long beach, offering sun beds, umbrellas, water sports facilities and many restaurants and bars. You can enjoy a drink on the beach on loungers with seats and table. It is reachable by local bus leaving every half an hour from the capital. From Platis Gialos, regular taxi-boats go to the beaches of the southern coast which are Paranga, Agrari, Elia, Paradise and Super Paradise.
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How did you get to the beach: Public transportation
Location of accommodation: Mykonos city
How much time did it take you to get to the beach: 10 minutes
-What is the condition of the roads on the way to the beach: Could be better
-If you did use public transportation did you have to wait a long time for the bus? No
-Was the trip to the beach enjoyable: Yes
-Did the road to the beach have enough signs to guide you to it: I used a map
-Reasons for going to Plati Yialos beach: It was recommended and I want to see the others
-Describe the beach: Sandy cove, clear waters, beautiful surroundings, fully organized with sun beds and umbrella rentals, calm, clean, some vegetation
-What amenities was the beach close to: You find everything around here
- Did it meet your expectations: No Rate: N/A
- Favorite thing about the beach: The calmness in May
- Is there anything that you dont like about the beach or things that should be done by the authorities to ameliorate it or something missing: Cant tell, its the first time here
- Any recommendations/tips for future visitors: Leave it as it is