Right next to Kalafatis bay, after Divounia hill, there is a tiny gulf called Agia Anna. Agia Anna beach is not very popular but it is quite, and truly beautiful. It is organized, with sunbeds and umbrellas, and although there is music from the beach bar, it’s not very loud, neither annoying. The small beach boasts a few pebbles and deep blue waters. The village has lovely whitewashed houses overlooking the sea.

There are several options if you wish to eat something, as there are some taverns around, which and serve delicious fish dishes from the morning catch of the day.
Additionally, the prehistoric remains that lie in the area date back to the Roman period. Find here Mykonos Luxury Villas in Kalafatis area.