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Nicolas C wrote a review Aug 2020
Limassol City, Cyprus635 contributions59 helpful votes
This is the beach for those who prefer natural beaches, without sunbeds & umbrellas, with long coastline and beautiful golden sand to drop your towels and lay under the Greek sun! The beach is divided in 2 parts by a natural small block of rocks, the left side is a small beach where older people or families usually sit, and the right side is a huge coastline stretching for 2km, where younger people and couples usually go, even with a nudist part at the far east of side of the beach. The beach is 20 minutes drive from the island's centre, but easy to find (just 1km after Panormos beach with Principote beach restaurant). There is a parking spot above the beach, but it is always full so best solution is to just park your car on the side of the road above the beach. Everyone does this, so you will notice a huge line of parked cars on the side of the road. There is a small local traditional tavern (Kiki's Tavern) right on the hill of Agios Sostis Beach, but they do not make reservations and there is a huge waiting line (approx. 2 hours of waiting to be sitted). The food is great, and the fish is fresh, but 2 hours is just too much. Best to bring your own snack and enjoy the lovely beach.…
Date of experience: August 2020
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TJ-KATE wrote a review Feb 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania40 contributions50 helpful votes
(Note: I am late in posting my review) We stopped at a great seaside taverna, Kiki's for a very memorable lunch. Afterwards, we walked down to the nearby Agios Sostis Beach for R&R beach time. During our 4-day stay on Mykonos, we wanted to explore several beaches. Kiki's and Angios Sostis Beach are north of Mykonos Town and on a more protected inlet bay about 9 km (20 minute drive) from our Hotel Tagoo in Mykonos Town. From the car park facing the water, you go right down a hill. There are no organized facilities on this beach, so it would be considered "wild" and far less touristy than other beaches like Paradise, Super Paradise, etc. We walked south past numerous bathers. The beach went from families to couples with ladies topless, to nudists the further we walked. We set up in the "nudist" area. There was a pleasant mixture of friendly nudist couples and singles. Everyone was respectful. We saw no issue swimming and walking the shoreline sans clothes. Water was crystal clear and the bottom pebbly, but water shoes not needed. Overall a really nice experience. Definitely couple a visit to Kiki's with a couple hours of beach time R&R. "RECOMMENDED!" We traveled in September 2014…
Date of experience: September 2019
Richard G wrote a review Oct 2019
Paignton, United Kingdom83 contributions15 helpful votes
Wouldn't exactly call this a beach. It wasn't there 25 years ago last time I was in laganas, i do believe it's man made to cater for the tourist trade. Don't get me wrong there are some nice eateries up that side but it's hardly a beach.
Date of experience: October 2019
ThomasTSF wrote a review Sep 2019
San Francisco, California302 contributions44 helpful votes
This was the final beach we visited and we were very happy with the quietness of the beach. However, it was extremely windy so much so that the sand exfoliated us.
Date of experience: August 2019
Nataly G wrote a review Aug 2019
Bogota, Colombia465 contributions157 helpful votes
Calm, beautiful beach. The are no restaurants, sun beds or loud music so you can enjoy some time of total relax in this beach.
Date of experience: August 2019