Sandy beach 5 klm South of Mykonos, very close to the beach of Platys Ghialos, Psarou is one of the first beaches which underwent touristic development. Situated at the South this medium-size beach is protected by northern winds. It offers many alternatives for accomodation, food, water sports, as scuba diving; there is also a diving school.
The beach is formed by several small creeks; with its white sand and the light blue clear water, with its special atmosphere, it conveys a mood of rest and relaxation. It is separated from the beaches of Ornos and Korfos by a rather long low mountain named Diakoftis.
Psarou is one of the most well known beaches of Mykonos, one of the top choices of Greek businessmen; it also attracts many celebrities of cinema, frashion and politics, as well as the water sport enthusiasts.
Situated at the very South, 6 klm far from Chora, at the southwest of Platys Ghialos, Paraga is the closest beach tolerant to nudism. It is an extended sandy beach in a scenic environment; several taverns and bars, with the most up to date music, give to the place an atmosphere of youth and continuous feast. Camping and sport facilities are also available.
The beach is divided to two smaller parts, with a headland between them; the northern part is better established and more frequented, while the southern more natural and less crowded is preferred by the nusdists.
Access to the beach is easy by bus, from Chora, by caiques from Platys Ghialos; even walking from Platys Ghialos will not take more than 15 minutes.