Paradise Beach, Mykonos
Paradise Beach on the island of Mykonos attracts thousands of party lovers from across the globe every Summer.
The golden sands and clear waters makes Paradise Beach Greece’s number one open-aired seafront clubbing destination – giving Ibiza a run for its money!
Swim by day, party and sip cocktails by night – Paradise Beach is a place that never sleeps in the Summer, with popular clubs such as Guapaloca hosting the craziest parties every day throughout the tourist season.
Blue Lagoon - Antiparos
Antiparos lies in the heart of the Cyclades and is just one mile from the island of Paros. It is a popular day trip from Paros with its sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
Panteronisia is a small cluster of islets, located between Paros and Antiparos. It is more commonly known as the Blue Lagoon because of its crystal clear waters and the colours made from the reflections.
Enjoy a unique boating excursion out to the Blue Lagoon, where you can swim in the turquoise waters and check out the incredible sea caves on our Greek Island Hopping excusion.
Mylopotas Beach, Ios
It’s easy to forget there is more than pumping nightclubs, DJ’s and infamous pool parties on the island of Ios!
Although famous for its partying ways, Mylopotas Beach is also known for it’s array of incredible beaches and secluded bays.
You’ll find this impressive stretch of sand boasts lounges, umbrellas, volleyball nets and water sports for hire.
We guarantee a dip in these turquoise waters will be sure to cure any hangover lingering from the night before, however if you want to continue the party, you’ll find Far Out Beach Club toward the end of the beach where there is always something going on!
Ornos Beach, Mykonos
Located in the south of the island of Mykonos, Ornos Beach is the perfect place to relax and unwind!
Nestled into a sheltered bay, this beach is perfect for swimming, families and those that want to do a whole lot of nothing.
It’s hard to believe this beach is a mere 3 kilometers from Mykonos town with its relaxing vibe, turquoise water and fine white sand!
Like most beaches throughout the Mediterranean, there are umbrellas and lounges available for hire, as well as plenty of places to stop for a bite to eat or a drink along the waterfront.
Plaka Beach, Naxos
Long white stretches of sand + turquoise water = the paradise that is Plaka Beach!
Located on Naxos Island, this beach was once a popular nudist hot spot! It’s recent rise in popularity has resulted in the pristine water and soft, white sand attracting a variety of visitors, with those forgoing their swimwear tending to stay at one end of the beach!
Families and couples alike frequent the beach due to it’s shallow, calm bay that is perfect for swimming.
The beach tends to get quite busy during the hot summer season, but with a 4 kilometre stretch of sand, we’re sure you’ll find somewhere to lay down your towel or rent a sun lounger!
Perissa Beach, Santorini
The unique Perissa Beach is a long stretch of volcanic black sand that stretches for an impressive 7 kilometers on the island of Santorini.
The unusual color of the sand isn’t the only thing attracting people to Perissa Beach, the large rocky outcrop is also a sight worth seeing in itself. There is a great range of restaurants and bars catering to backpackers and young travellers along the beach, so why not make a day trip out of it!