The beach at Agrari on Mykonos is less commercialised than many of its neighbours strung along the southern shores of Mykonos and it's just a short walk from the much bigger beach of Elia.
Agrari is a fairly deep stretch of sand and small pebbles that bank steeply into the sea at the shoreline so it's not a particularly good beach for families with small children.
Visitors can also expect some nudity although stripping off here is nowhere near as pronounced as it is at neighbouring Elia. Although Agrari does attract a small gay crowd it is mostly a family beach.
It has a single restaurant and a beach bar cantina usually opens in the summer. There are sunbeds and umbrellas to rent and watersports in the centre of the beach.
There is no public transport direct to Agrari but Elia beach does have a bus service and it is near enough to walk.
There are also daily water taxis that arrive throughout the summer and land taxis also visit, so Agrari is not particularly difficult to reach.
Holiday visitors arriving by car will find that the road leading down to Agrari beach is as spectacular as it is steep. Many visitors say it's worth a day trip drive to Agrari just for the terrific views getting there.
Agrari beach, like many on Mykonos, is overlooked by a large holiday hotel complex. There is a shady taverna situated down a path that snakes beneath the trees at the back of the beach and where there are also toilets and showers.