The 105-square-mile island of Mykonos is overloaded with opportunities for a great adventure. Here’s for you an indispensable guide for the best activities and sports you can experience on Mykonos and where to find them.


Canoeing & Kayaking

Undeniably, a canoeing adventure is the best way to experience the unrivaled beauty of Mykonos. Grab a paddle and hit the waves of the crystal-clear waters of Mykonos to explore the vastness of the Aegean coastline; discovering sea caves and tunnels,  sometimes with the Mediterranean monk-seals Monachus-Monachus, stopping-by at secluded beaches, and witnessing brilliant sunset views are only some of the main characteristics of such rides. The canoeing and kayaking centers of Mykonos is located on Argyraina region in Hora.

Horseback riding

Those who wish to enjoy a day out-of-the-ordinary for the standards of Mykonos, we have you the best experience yet: a horseback ride along the beach passing from various unknown spots including charming chapels and regions with unexpected views.  The sole horseback riding center of Mykonos is found in Ano Mera village.

Kitesurfing & Windsurfing

Recognized as the island of the winds, Mykonos is one of the best destinations for kitesurfing and windsurfing in Greece. Swept on a daily basis from to the summer northern “Meltemi” winds, blowing hard with a natural force that can reach 6 Beauforts, surfing in Mykonos is quite ecstatic. Whether you are a pro, an intermediate or even a beginner, it is definite that Mykonos is the perfect island for these adventure sports. Kitesurfing centers are focused on the beach of Korfos and windsurfing centers of Mykonos are focused on the beaches of Ftelia and Kalafatis.

Scuba Diving

With bays, beaches, caves, cliffs and a priceless seabed with lots of treasures, Mykonos unveils one of the most magnificent opportunities for scuba diving explorations at its best. Imagine the feeling of exploring the incredible underwater world of the Aegean Sea, and witnessing first-hand wonders of this marine universe. As a very exciting adventure sport, lovers of scuba diving will fall in love with the seabed of Mykonos; from the cargo shipwreck “ANNA II” with its rich marine life and “PELOPONNISOS” shipwreck, a steamboat built on 1862, on a depth of 64 meters (available only for experienced divers) to the Lia Reff with its fish biodiversity and its colourful sponges, the Kalafakiona Reef with its ancient amphora and its stunning scenery,  and the caves of Tragonisi and Htapodia isles with its extraordinary chambers, Mykonos will leave you speechless. Diving centers of Mykonos are focused on the beaches of Kalafatis, Lia, Paradise, and Psarou.

Water Sports

Life in Mykonos revolves around the crystalline waters of the Aegean Sea, and a series of water sports activities offer an amazing experience for those who want to take full advantage of it. Water sports are as adventurous as it can get. Beyond swimming and snorkeling, this picture-perfect island is the perfect playground for watersport exciting sports. Experience an adrenaline rush with the water sports offered on the island of the winds, and have the time of your life with lots of moments of fun and enthusiasm. From wakeboarding, water-skiing, and jet-skiing to flyboarding, tubing and banana riding, excitement thrillers will find their heaven on Mykonos. Water sports activities centers of Mykonos are focused on the beaches of Agrari, Elia, Kalafatis, Kalo Livadi, Paradise and Platis Gialos.

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