Kalo Livadi is situated at the lower end of a long open valley, part of another collection of beaches in the South, accessible only via the Ano Mera road.
A short, dusty walk over the headland at Elia Beach will take you to Kalo Livadi, the last port of call for the regular sea taxis.
The valley behind is particularly scenic and scattered with small white farmhouses and cottages.
The beach can be known to be windy, hence the permanent straw umbrellas, sunbeds are available, there is also a beach service and a resident life-guard.
Regular bus service from Mykonos town allows access to this beautiful beach with restaurants/tavernas on the sea, rental hotels, and studios are available.
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