Mykonos Paradise Beach – Where the Legend Begun

The cosmopolitan hot spot in the Mediterranean that excites just by pronouncing its name has become synonymous with parties that last till the early morning hours. Vibrant and lux Mykonos with the intense and utterly exciting night scene is the first destination to cross our minds when seeking style and glam. This is particularly true for Paradise Beach, the island’s most prominent and popular party spot with reason. 

Found between two equally famous siblings, Super Paradise and Paraga beaches, Paradise Beach is a short drive from the island’s capital, Mykonos Town, promising unforgettable days and nights and numerous amenities for those used to a VIP lifestyle. Before you decide to visit this extremely fashionable and celeb-favoured party mecca, though, do check out these interesting facts about the place that initiated the fame Mykonos is now tied to, and align with the unbeatable Mykonos vibe a moment sooner!

The legendary pioneer

In the 1960s, when nudism was still not handled well by society, Paradise Beach was the first Mykonos shore to welcome hippies and their love for sunbathing with their birthday suits. A camping site back then, Paradise Beach soon became a popular gathering point for fun-seekers looking for a lifestyle defying the cultural and societal limitations of the time. 

A few decades moving forward, Paradise Beach slipped into a more glamorous attire and is now the hottest go-to party destination, entertaining visitors from across the globe, particularly the international jet set, with international DJs and ample opportunities for love-sharing and having non-stop fun.  

Greeting Visitors with Style and Tantalising Allure 

The sugary shores of Paradise Beach, indeed, add a new dimension to the word “heavenly”. Sandy, with crystalline, azure waters, roomy parking lots, and plenty of sunbeds, showers, umbrellas, and special sections for VIP lounging, Paradise Beach knows how to level up to its celebrity clientele’s standards. 

Also, expect extra facilities, such as safe deposit boxes and Thai massage, alongside elite services such as snack and drink delivery straight to your sunbed. As for the events organised at this much-celebrated part of the Mykonos coastline, you will definitely be spoiled for choice, from mid-May through mid-October.  

Also worth noting is the abundance of water sports facilities that enable you to enjoy scuba diving, diving, water skiing, jet skiing, and other water-related adventures. And, let’s not forget that Paradise Beach started as a nudism-friendly shore, and it has never strayed from its original principles. So, expect a fully-organised camping site and a dedicated nudist-exclusive sandy portion. 

Where to stay at Paradise Beach

There are several luxurious mansions perched along the hill surrounding the popular shore, as well as nearby locations that allow easy proximity to the famous beach, such as Super Paradise and Paraga. However, you may want to choose an alternative option and stay at a comfy and elegant villa in the island’s capital, Mykonos Town. That way, you will be right in the heart of Mykonos and still close enough to the other major landmarks and attractions, Paradise Beach included. In any case, selecting one of the chic Kinglike Concierge Mykonos estates will undeniably set a seal on your dreamy Mykonos holidays. 

Designed to cater to the needs and requirements of even the most discerning guests, the exclusive properties with the captivating views of the flickering Aegean Sea and the unparalleled level of VIP services, privacy, and comforts become the vessels for supreme experiences and memorable endeavours. 


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