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Beautiful golden sand, crystsl clear water. Lovely restaurant right on the beach with good food at a reasonable price. You can hire equipment to use and do water sports. We had a hire car to get here so not sure about public transport but I'm...More
A very strange and disconcerting choice by our tour company.
Mykonos town, Monastery of Panayia Tourliani, and Elia beach.
I didn't travel 7,100 km for a one half hour stop at a beach in October.
It was a nice day so we ordered a smoothie...More
It took ages to get from our side of the island to Elia Beach via a Quad Bike, but it was well worth the trip. The entire island of Mykonos is sandy and rocky and this beach area was no different. Very little sand but...More
Elia Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Mykonos. It was about 10 km away from our Hotel Hermes but luckily the bus stop was just outside our hotel. This beach was as expensive as other popular beaches. We paid 20 euro for...More
We stayed at the Myconian Imperial and appreciated the ability to walk down the hill and sunbathe on the beach. They even had walking squares in the sand so you didn’t have to sink into the sand so walking was easy. Then lounge chairs and...More
We took the boat taxi from ornos beach to here. No one explained that if we were going to one specific beach that we could pay €10. Instead we were charged €20 to “beach hop.” The beaches on the way were supposedly “wild” and party...More
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My wife and I stayed in Elia and we rented a car, which we found much more convenient. It was also safer than the scooters we saw trudging along the narrow winding roads. The drive to Mykonos is almost twenty minutes, so the... More
My wife and I stayed in Elia and we rented a car, which we found much more convenient. It was also safer than the scooters we saw trudging along the narrow winding roads. The drive to Mykonos is almost twenty minutes, so the car was much better, especially at night.