Although Mykonos has no fertile soil, walking helps you know all the hidden sides of the island. Such a route is from Ano Mera beach to Lias.
Mykonos is known for its beautiful beaches. Most are organized as they have sun loungers and umbrellas, and water sports facilities, cafes, taverns and restaurants.
In many of the beaches, such as Elia, Kalafatis, Platis Gialos, Paradise, Ftelia thera are all necessary equipment rental centers for many water sports.
Jet ski and other activities
For those who are not satisfied with a peaceful and relaxing holiday and looking for adrenaline jet ski is the perfect choice. Instructors are always there for beginners. While the more conservatives they can also try banana, sofa, rings, pedalo, parasailing etc. The beaches in the north of the island, such as Ftelia, is ideal for windsurfing and kite surfing. There is also the possibility of renting canoe and swim with waterslides (Elia). Strong winds on the island allow sailing.
Mykonos is one of the few islands of the Aegean, where diving is allowed. The coves and bays are ideal for diving. There are diving schools for beginners, while experienced can take pictures, films and fish. Divers can choose from various types of diving (with flippers, scooters, sleds). The diving centers in Psarou and Kalafatis offer excellent excursions in undersea world for both beginners and experienced ones.
Walk - Sea tourism