We couldn’t leave Mykonos without checking out at least one of their famous party beaches! Paradise Beach and Super Paradise Beach are the ones that let you drink and dance all night and into the day.
Even though we were there after the busy summer months, there was still plenty of party left. We were there in the late afternoon, and there were chugging contests. I can’t imagine how insane the parties are during the busy months.
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Last Updated: July 3, 2020
Best Party Beach in Mykonos - Paradise Beach Mykonos Greece
How to Get to Paradise Beach
Paradise Beach Address
Paradise Beach, Post Box 511, Mikonos 846 00
Paradise Beach is 20 minutes away from the center of Mykonos Town. You can get there using their public transportation, grabbing a cab, or hike the trail that connects the southern beaches. We hiked from Psarou to Paradise, so that we could explore multiple beaches along the way and enjoy the views from the coast.
Our Experience at Paradise Beach
As we got closer to the beach, we could already hear the music blaring and a DJ hosting drinking games in a crowd. The crowd was much younger and there to take full advantage of the drinks, and strangely enough, tourists were there to take photos of people partying. It wasn’t quite our scene, and since we were there on a mission to do a roundup for the blog, we probably looked more like the latter anyways. :P
Things to do at Paradise Beach
The beach is all about partying, whether you want to be in a huge crowd or hang with your friends. There are tons of small eateries and bars to get drinks, and you can rent a chair and umbrella.
There are plenty of options for water sports if you’re looking for more excitement. We obviously couldn’t leave without doing a shot, but we hung out on the more chill side of the beach.
- If you plan on hiking, bring plenty of water with you.
- Flip flops were okay for the hike, but if I did it again, I would’ve loved to have some water shoes.
- Unfortunately there’s not much empty beach space at Paradise Beach. Most everything is covered with chairs that you have to rent or lounges for drinks.
- If you’re looking for a quieter beach, visit Agios Sostis or Elia Beach.
- Having a backpack or sling is really helpful to keep all your stuff together and be more hands free. Check out our guide for our favorite travel backpacks.
- All our photos were taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and 35 mm f/1.4 L lens.
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