Featuring a wild landscape on a rocky bay in the northern part of the island, this is one of Mykonos’ “hidden beaches,” free of crowds. It’s faced by a taverna, but is usually nearly deserted, with only a few sunbathers (who often choose to be nude). It is, however, a popular spot for horseback riding, so don’t be surprised if you see horses coming down the road towards the beach.
If you were wondering if there were any tranquil, undeveloped beaches left in Mykonos, you have found it. It feels quite remote, despite not being far from Mykonos Town. There are better beaches for swimming (here the sea can be quite choppy) and it’s often windy, but this is the top destination for those looking for a peaceful beach and natural beauty.
How to Get to Fokos Beach
There are no buses to Fokos, so you’ll need to rent a car. It’s about 13km and a 20-minute drive from Mykonos Town, partly through a dirt road before you reach the beach. You may park by the taverna.
Hotels in Fokos Beach
There are no hotels in Fokos, but it’s close enough to the many choices in the center of the island. Take a look at the best central hotels in Mykonos Town.