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Kalafati beach in Mykonos, Greece is popular for its water sports. One of the earliest established beaches, Kalafati is popular amongst wind surfers who can enjoy a good offshore breeze. This is an active beach where one can snorkel or dive. One can find a windsurf center, from where one can rent a board by hour, take lessons, or opt to visit the water action hut amidst the beach for jet ski.
This is an isolated beach at the south east of the Mykonos Island and one of the biggest as well as least crowded beaches of Mykonos. This family beach runs into the Tsarna white sands that are spread out on either side of a narrow rocky headland. Nearby there are many holiday hotel complexes, fronting the beach. There are a few taverns here which offer good food, sea sport facilities which include scuba diving and wind surfing. Apart from this, one can see trees lined out separating the the beach from the settlement houses, offering Cyclades shadow.