Many people flock to Mykonos for two reasons: beaches and parties. A trip to the southern coast and Paradise Beach — Mykonos' original nudist beach — will kill two birds with one stone.
Soft sands, azure seas and a rowdy atmosphere have made Paradise one of the most popular places on the island. Paradise has become more developed over the past few years and now features a nearby strip of resort hotels, restaurants and beloved carousing spots like the Tropicana Beach Bar and Cavo Paradiso Club. If you're not one for built-up beaches, head east along the coast to the Super Paradise Beach; although it lacks many of the amenities, the party scene attracts barely clothed bathers and a large portion of Mykonos' LGBT community.
Paradise Beach sits about 2 miles south of Chora and can be reached on foot or by bus or boat. The beach is open 24/7 and you don't have to pay to lounge. However, you may want to bring some euros with you just in case your glass runs dry.