Paraga Beach
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Paraga Beach in Mykonos is one of the most beautiful beaches of all the Greek islands. Located on the south coast of Mykonos, this charming bay is secluded and surrounded by lush greenery. It is a beautiful place with sandy shores, crystal clear waters and a tranquil atmosphere, making it an ideal vacation spot for those who want to escape from everyday life.

Upon arriving at Paraga Beach, visitors will be immediately greeted by its stunning views. The sparkling white sands are separated by rocky ledges that line the edges of the beach, creating a picturesque backdrop for any beach activity. In addition to the views, Paraga Beach has plenty of amenities, including sun loungers and umbrellas that can be rented, as well as food outlets that sell snacks and drinks.

It is also popular with windsurfers because of its size - it is larger than some beaches around Mykonos - and the strong constant wind coming from the neighboring Gulf of Tourlos. Therefore, you can rent equipment here if you want to try your hand at windsurfing during your stay at Paraga Beach or even take a lesson if you feel like it! Paraga is known for its laid-back atmosphere, so it usually doesn't get crowded until late afternoon, when tourists flock here from other parts of Mykonos to bask in the sun as they return from other activities around the island. But don't worry about the noise, as there is no real nightlife here - it's much quieter than in other parts of Mykonos!

Paraga Beach, located on the beautiful Greek island of Mykonos, is a stunning spot. With its purest white sand and crystal blue waters, it's sure to create a tranquil setting for your perfect day at the beach. Relax in the sun or swim in the azure waters stretching to the horizon. The surrounding area is full of lush greenery and offers plenty to explore, from ancient ruins to hidden coves and quaint villages. Whether you want to have an adventurous day or just relax and bask in the Mediterranean sun, Paraga Beach in Mykonos is definitely worth a visit!