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All reviews wooden bridge pay euros entrance fee steep steps small beach romantic place dj playing wedding party laganas beach free drink at the bar white sheets beach bar clear water rickety sea agios cove
I went there and it is definitely a great sight and beautiful to look at but (at least in my case) it was closed from the public - as far as I understood from the locals is that the island is privately owned and often...More
Cameo Island was stunning and it's a great place to relax and enjoy the breathtaking views. Definitely bring a camera with you! We were lucky enough to see a wedding taking place on the beach below.
Make sure to wear appropriate footwear when climbing the...More
We went here to walk over the bridge and enter the island. Unfortunately the bridge was closed so we could not get over. We tried more days, but it was never open. It looked nice from the start of the bridge as well, but it...More
Passed Agios Sostis (Cameo Island) on our boat tour around Zakynthos. The island is just off the coast of Laganas reached to by a long wooden walkway. Used as wedding venue, and It would now appear to be closed off to the general public. Looks...More
We went to cameo island for our friends wedding as they got married on there, you need flat shoes as the bridge is uneven ans there are many stairs to climb up and to go down where the wedding ceremony is held, sadly therr is...More
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As I previously stated, I was only informed that Cameo was closed for weddings, 4 days before I got married, despite there being issues prior to this. We were told that if the wedding went ahead on the Island, it would only... More
As I previously stated, I was only informed that Cameo was closed for weddings, 4 days before I got married, despite there being issues prior to this. We were told that if the wedding went ahead on the Island, it would only be a blessing, because Government Officials (Registrar) could not go on the Island. I spoke to a couple who went ahead with their ceremony on the Island, but they werent officially married. They had to do it again officially in the Uk. The wedding planners are not going to tell you this far in advance because it will cost them money to lose custom. Just be very cautious !!