A hidden gem among Mykonos’s many picture-perfect beaches, Agrari beach is well worth carving out time for if you’re looking for a paradisiacal yet secluded spot to enjoy some quality time on the sand.
Located to the south east of the main island of Mykonos in the Cyclades, Agrari beach is a crescent bordered by towering white cliffs and encircled in crystal-clear turquoise waters and an array of rock formations. Greenery and native plants, such as myrtle and wild olive, add a vivid and vibrant ambiance to the setting.
Especially popular among nature lovers, Agrari beach is home to a variety of flora ranging from fig, geranium and arbutus trees to succulent shrubs and algae. Picturesque whitewashed houses line the back of the beach and frequently used as luxury summer homes of distinguished Athenians.
Whether your preference is a gentle swim or just basking in the sun, Agrari is perfect for a day of relaxation. With plenty of sun loungers and parasols to accommodate all, it is equipped with several beach clubs, offering tasty snacks and cool drinks throughout the day, ideal for diffusing the heat and finding some shade when need be. Diving and water sports opportunities abound, from jet-skiing and parasailing to scuba diving and snorkeling.
A sandy, 500-meter stretch, Agrari beach is perfect for some morning or evening walks. It is especially romantic for sunset walks due to its convenient location on the very edge of the island – you’ll get the added benefit of enjoying a beautiful Mediterranean sunset with no one to invade your moment of tranquility. Ledra, a beachfront restaurant, serves up exquisite Mediterranean cuisine and exquisite cocktails.
It is no wonder that Agrari beach has a loyal following of frequent visitors. Its isolated character and unique beauty are capable of enchanting even the most fickle of beachgoers. If you’re looking for a tranquil yet luxurious spot to celebrate your summer holidays, visit Agrari beach and you’ll certainly not be disappointed.