Agios Stefanos Beach, Agios Stefanos

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Swim in the hidden cove at Agios Stefanos Beach, the sandy stretch of shoreline next to a harbor on the island. Rent lounge chairs, umbrellas, and most watersport equipment at kiosks along the beach. After a dip in the calm, warm waters, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many nearby restaurants and cafes. The beach can be reached via taxi, private car, and regular bus service from town, but it gets crowded quickly, so be sure to get there early. Use our Agios Stefanos online trip builder to visit Agios Stefanos Beach on your trip to Agios Stefanos, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • It was super windy when I went but still enjoyed going to the beach and going for a swim in the water! 
    It was super windy when I went but still enjoyed going to the beach and going for a swim in the water!  more »
  • This was our favourite beach during our two weeks in Mykonos - busy but not a party beach and at 30 euros for two beds and an umbrella the cheapest on the island. Lovely clean clear water gradually... 
    This was our favourite beach during our two weeks in Mykonos - busy but not a party beach and at 30 euros for two beds and an umbrella the cheapest on the island. Lovely clean clear water gradually...  more »
  • Sunbeds were 30 euros - even after 4pm and no other shade. I felt oily after coming out of the sea which didn't look clean. 
    Sunbeds were 30 euros - even after 4pm and no other shade. I felt oily after coming out of the sea which didn't look clean.  more »
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  • Awesome sandy beach with a few facilities including a restaurant, toilets and sunbeds. It's possible to rent sunbeds for the day. At the Saint Stefanos Cafe, it's €10 per bed. This beach is perfect if you're visiting Mykonos for the day on a cruise (as we were) if you dock in the Tourlos Mykonos New Port. It's a 15 minute walk, however 5-10 mins of walking is up a shallow hill. Don't be put off by having to walk on the side of the road to get there. It's perfectly safe and drivers will slow down once they see you.
  • The were lots of yellow little flowers blossoming at beginning of April. The watercolour turns to mix of blue and green, very crystal. U get to see the whole new port from here
  • Quite a pretty beach. The waters are pristine, calm and the beaches are clean. There are also really not many people here, during September. However, there was a huge cruise ship that sort of blocked a large portion of the view due to the new Mykonos port being located here. The sand isn’t as fine too. But these are minor details. The view from the beach outwards into the sea is amazing.
  • My favourite one in Mikonos! It has plenty of space and you don't need to pay any fee or rent a chair. Not very crowded, crystal clear water and not dirty. It has some cafes and a small supermarket. The prices are as in all island. For example an ice cream will coat you around 3€. There is a parking lot and public buses. ATM machine available at the place.
  • Positive: -clean beach -not too loud or crowdy -water very nice and clean Negative: -windy

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