Mykonos’ best beaches for water sports – What you can do in Ftelia Beach

Water Sports in Mykonos

Mykonos’ best beaches for water sports – What you can do in Ftelia Beach

Water Sports in Mykonos

Mykonos prides in a great number of beaches, small, large, sandy, rocky, popular or private; most of the popular beaches are very well organized, with modern amenities and plenty of fun water sport facilities of every kind. The northern winds that often blow on the island’s coasts make its beaches ideal for extreme sports, such as kite surfing, wake surfing,and wake skating. Mykonos’ best beaches for water sports in Mykonos are Kalo Livadi, Paradise beach, Agia Anna, Agrari, Elia, Platys Gialos and Ftelia.

You can try your competence in various water and beach sports such as beach volley, wind surfing, water skiing and wake boarding, if you are feeling adventurous. There are more laid-back options like canoeing, snorkeling and scuba diving, parasailing or boat trips, and then there are the ultimate fun, the most exhilarating and thrilling water activities like the tube rings, the banana-boats and Jetskis! Water sports are the most popular summer activities, as they can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of their previous experience. Experienced, certified instructors are there to guide you through the basics and instruct you as to best experience the sport you chose to try!

The beach of Ftelia is known as a surfer’s paradise. This beautiful beach is ideally situated so that when the winds blow from the north, its surf is perfect for kite surfing, wind surfing, wake surfing and wake skating, and naturally, it attracts extreme sport enthusiasts from around the world, as well as people who simply enjoy watching the exciting spectacle of hundreds of kites and sails swooshing around one of the most beautiful beaches of Mykonos, the beach of Ftelia. You can easily admire this magnificent scenery from the comfort of your veranda or terrace at one of the luxurious rooms and suites of the four-star Ftelia Bay Boutique Hotel. For additional information on the beach of Ftelia and the Ftelia Bay Hotel, visit www.fteliabay.gr.