Super paradise beach Mykonos

Super Paradise Beach

Super Paradise Beach

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Mykonos, Greece

Years ago, Super Paradise was almost an exclusively gay beach. Today, the beach is hugely popular with both gay and straight sunbathers and beach clubbers. It certainly has a lively vibe and is busy every day in the summer.

The righthand side of the beach (if you're facing the sea) is the gayest section, close to Jackie O' Beach Club. The area to the lefthand is dominated by the Super Paradise Club. This becomes a party venue from around 4pm to late every evening. In the middle is Pink Beach, a classy champagne bar, restaurant and beach club.

Sun loungers and shades are available for rent, along with an 'at seat' service is available offering (expensive) drinks and light snacks. Like Elia, Super Paradise gets busy from lunchtime.

How to get to Super Paradise Beach

a) Drive. Head out from Mykonos Town past the airport. The beach is signposted. The last 2 km down to the beach is very steep. Free parking available.
b) Take a bus from the main bus station in Mykonos Town to Platis Gialos or Ornos.  Then take a water taxi to Super Paradise.
Read more: Water taxis in Mykonos.

Rate Super Paradise Beach
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Based on 6 votes




E 120,00 for 2 sunbeds in the beginning of the season and E 120,00 for the other rows. Where's the fun left with prices like that.


Nice beach & good facilities

Pros: nice loungers €40 for 2, scenic sandy beach although slightly shingley. Boardwalk accessible. Good facilities, which are probably the best developed, beside Jacquie Os, Mixed crowd but not as many gays as Elia. Jet skis, banana boats, paragliding options on beach. Massage available on beach Cons: small winding road that’s steep towards the beach. watch out for rude valet parking assistant where a tip of €5 (max) should cover full day parking (info not widely available). steep drop in water within 3m of shoreline


Great place.

Was there 5/25/2016... Great time, stayed in the Jackie-O area. Service was great. Website says you can walk there from paradise beach... NO Way! We took the bus to paradise beach then had to take a cab to superparadisebeach. It was 20 euros each way. We felt it was worth it.



Don't rent a sun chair from Jackie O (far right on the beach). It's 20 euro EACH!! At Pinky Beach which is literally 2 metres next door you can get front row for 29 euro for TWO chairs or second row for 19 euro (again for TWO chairs). Pinky also had a push button service (so no annoying waiter staff walking up and down all day). It's a mixed crowd so no need to be the gay area (as opposed to Elia beach where it does matter a bit more). This is a pebble beach with stunning water, although noisy compared to Elia. Freezing water in late May.

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