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    Mykonos South Coast – Dragonisi

    Relax or party at the famous Mykonos beaches!

    Mykonos South Coast – Dragonisi


    per person

    Relax or party at the famous Mykonos beaches!

    Our Private Day Cruise to Mykonos South Coast offers you the unique opportunity to explore the famous beaches of the island in a luxurious and fun way!

    AΒ known myth that exists about Mykonos is that under its imposing rocky formations, the legendary Giants are buried, killed by Hercules during the Great Giants Fight “Gigantomachia”. These rocks create a particular geographical relief, which is influenced by the winds blowing in the area, known as “annual winds” or “meltemia”. This results in the southern beaches being protected from the winds, and thus attracting visitors to the island.

    The beaches of Mykonos are intertwined with the island’s global reputation, as both quality and number are something you do not encounter on any other island of the Cyclades and beyond! Psarou, Platis Gialos, Kalo Livadi, Paraga, Super Paradise are some of those that are indissolubly linked to the most beautiful memories of those who visited Mykonos. They feature plenty of restaurants, clubs, open beach bars, hosting numerous celebrities from around the world.

    The southern coastline of Mykonos has plenty of stunning sandy shores, some accessible only by boat, making it ideal for all types of mood! From partying and swimming to relaxing and more private fun. The culmination of this beautiful cruise although is undoubtedly the deserted Dragonissi island located near the southeastern coast of Mykonos.

    Join our Private Day Cruise to Mykonos South Coast and explore the famous Mykonos beaches from the comfort of your private boat!

    (All of our cruise programs and services can be tailor-made and matched to your wishes and needs.)

    • Departure
      Ornos pier
    • Departure Time
      10:00am or 14:00pm
    • Return Time
      16:00pm or 20:00pm
    • Include
      Multilingual Captain
      Beach towels
      Snorkeling equipment
      Wi-Fi internet connection
      Cool Beverages
      Fresh fruit & snacks
    • Not Included
      Additional hostess
      Premium drinks
      Alcohol beverages
      Entry Fees
      Private Guide
      Transfer Service

    Depart Ornos

    At your selected time, we departure from Ornos little port in Mykonos.  

    Cruise along the south coast

    Moving from west to east on the south coast of Mykonos, we visit the world-famous beaches such as Psarou, Platis Gialos, Paradise, Super Paradise, Paranga, Kalo Livadi, Kalafatis.

    Select where to drop anchor

    On the beaches we find famous beach bars, restaurants, clubs, some of which have marinas and access points so it is easy to make a stop to have your coffee or a drink while enjoying the entertainment that Mykonos is famous for. In case you want moments of relaxation, you can swim in quiet bays and small beaches, enjoying the amenities of our boat.

    A stop at Dragonisi island

    Experience the excellent by visiting Dragonissi, which impresses with its crystal blue turquoise waters and the impressive rocks that create small underwater caves. The scenery is unprecedented, while the waters are magnetizing the visitor for a swim.

    Depart to Ornos

    Select the full day cruise to close your cruise with a fabulous Mykonian sunset before returning to the little port of Ornos.

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