Kalo Livadi beach
When it comes to beaches, Kalo Livadi’s lush stretch of sand is the jewel in Mykonos’ crown. At around 600m long, it’s one of the biggest on the island. With clear shallow waters, plenty of sunbeds and velvety sand underfoot, it’s the perfect place to kick back with a good book.
A taste of the traditional
Far from the bass-thumping clubs, this side of the island provides a glimpse into the traditional side of Mykonos. Just a 5-minute drive from the resort you’ll find tiny Ano Mera. This village is one of the oldest on the island. Explore and discover an 18th-century monastery, streets lined with white-washed buildings and a central square bustling with locals.
Visit Mykonos Town
If you fancy a change of pace, then Mykonos Town is perfect. What’s more, it’s just 10km from Kalo Livadi. Head here for a day trip and see the iconic windmills, sip a cocktail at the chic waterfront and explore the quaint streets of Little Venice. As evening draws in, admire the incredible sunset, drink in hand.