Mykonos' most undiscovered beach is close enough to Mykonos Town (7km) to ensure you can have the best of both worlds – an uncrowded beach and the unspoiled beauty of Mykonos town. The rugged coastline melts into Aegean water and the mountain view is also undeveloped. Ftelia beach is a windy beach making it a favourite with windsurfers but it’s also a very tranquil place even during the busy months of July and August. Aside from windsurfing, Ftelia Beach offers plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation. Picnics, photography, and kite flying are also popular or else relax on one of the available sunbeds. Whether you want to feel the wind in your hair as you surf through the clear water or escape the crowds for a more tranquil scene, Ftelia Beach offers excitement and peace in one, easy-to-reach location. Tarsanas beach is less than half a mile from Ftelia and is known for its laid-back vibe and bohemian aesthetic. Beach clubs in both Ftelia and Tarsanas are really chic and sophisticated. Ftelia Beach Club is nestled on the water’s edge of pristine Ftelia Beach and is has white-washed walls contrasting the blue water and have a decidedly sixties design glamour. Alemagou Beach Club in Tarsanas is rustic boho chic and relaxed.