Platis Gialos Water Sports is a fun, entertaining water sports club on Mykonos Island, Greece.
The Club is located in the centre of Platis Gialos beach, in front of Mykonos Palace Hotel and right next to the lifeguard tower. Platis Gialos is one of the most popular beaches on the Island, only 4km from Mykonos Town and is easily accessible by bus, bike, car or taxi. The beach also has a number of well known hotels, restaurants and beach bars, beach chairs and umbrellas, a mini-market and tourist shop. Neighbouring beaches, Psarou and Paranga are only a short walk or boat transfer away.
Our friendly, qualified, staff provide safe, exciting activities and lessons for all ages and levels in a wide range of water sports. Beginners and experts will enjoy waterskiing, wakeboarding and barefoot skiing with our high quality equipment and speed boats. Our experienced boat drivers can take you on an action packed tube ride, sofa ride or banana boat ride, safe for all the family, ranging from extreme to easy rides. Jet skis are available for rental within the bay, no experience is required, we will show you how! Beach transfers by speed boat and boat trips are running daily.
Come and experience the hype of Mykonos and enjoy your days on the beach!
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MYKONOS – THE ISLAND OF THE WINDS
The mystique Greek Island Mykonos is the crown Jewel of the Cycladic islands. These islands are on the shores of Greece. It seems to rise like an oasis from the Aegean Sea. You love to watch the islands meandering cliffs as they kiss the azure waters. The tourist is mesmerized by what the eyes meet. You look around and notice the whitewashed villas weathered by time. They date back to 3000 B.C.
Mykonos has witnessed the Zeus war against the Titans on its rugged terrain. The name of the island is a tribute to Mykons, Apollo’s grandson. Nothing seems to have changed on this island. The tourist never miss a chance to watch the golden glory of the sun shimmering on the shores in the morning. In the evening, the sky takes on a soft pastel hue as the sun sets. The islanders of Mykonos lead a simple life steeped in tradition. You see the doors painted in bright dark blue, and the red Bougainville welcomes its visitors. “Petros” is the official mascot of Mykonos. Mykonos is one of the most famous Greek Islands beautiful, stunning welcoming with its blazing granite rocks. It has got a cool stylish cosmopolitan edge to impress its visitors. It has a fantastic nightlife.