This is a long sandy beach, which, although popular with locals and tourists, still offers plenty of space for yourself (which is why it’s nudist-friendly). It’s usually split in half -- umbrellas and sunbeds on one side, just sand on the other. It offers crystal-clear water and a more reasonably-priced restaurant, when compared to the rest of Mykonos.
The gay crowds that can’t find space at neighboring Elia, often spill over to this beach.
How to Get to Agrari Beach
There’s no bus to this beach, and it’s a 25-minute ride from Mykonos Town, in part through an unpaved road. Your reward is then finding one of the most relaxing beaches on the island. Alternatively, take the bus to Elia Beach, and then walk for 5 minutes over the rocks to Agrari.
For more information about taking the bus to the beaches, look here: Mykonos Buses
Hotels in Agrari Beach
These apartments are just a short walk from the beach. They're surrounded by a garden, and open to terraces where you can lie in the sun. The kitchens are equipped with everything you need to cook your meals.
Sunrise Hotel & Suites
Perfect for families or groups that want to stay in a quieter beach, this hotel stands right by the sea, with its pool almost on the sand. Most of the rooms have a sea view, and the largest ones accommodate as many as six people.