Elia Beach Mykonos
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Elia Beach Mykonos

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Elia Beach is a place you feel lucky to find. It is the largest of the south chain of Mykonos beaches with fine sand and beautiful crystalline waters, offering a wide choice of taverns and bars as well as water sports facilities such as water-skiing, para-sailing and windsurfing.

Elia is the last stop on the "caique", a traditional fishing boat used as taxi boat, which you can catch from Platis Yalos beach.

Elia was named after the Olive tree (Greek: Ελιά) and is a beach with its own identity and views of the one of the most spectacular parts of Mykonos.

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