Location: In the resort of Agios Sostis 1km South West of Laganas
Getting There: It can be difficult to find by road. Follow the signposts for Laganas Camping and you will be very close. There is a bus service but it's not very frequent. A lot of people walk along the beach from Laganas. Just head for Aghios Sostis Port and Cameo Island.
Access: A few steps down from the road
Showers: Only in the pool areas of neighbouring hotels
Toilets: In the beachside bars and restaurants
Watersports: No, but there are boat trips to Marathonissi and the Keri Caves or you could hire a boat and do the trip yourself
Safe for Kids: Yes, the water is shallow with a sandy bottom. The only thing to watch out for is the road running behind the beach, but it isn't very busy.
Food & Drinks: There are plenty of beachside tavernas which have balconies overhanging the beach area and offer a full menu
Turtles: Yes. Although this not a nesting beach you can sometimes see turtles in the water.
Seaweed: Normally very little
Sand or Pebbles: Fine sand extending a long way into the water, although the beach is quite narrow and almost disappears after a storm!
Car Parking: You can usually park along the adjoining road, but it can get busy on Sundays and Bank Holidays
|A small family friendly place with a sandy beach and shallow water also offering boat trips to Marathonisi Island and the Keri Caves|
4.1Probably the best place to actually see a turtle. Just wade about in the shallow water and if they are about you will soon spot one.
|One of the few places on the island where British tourists are a small minority. Can get busy in peak season but otherwise quiet and relaxing.|
|It's as busy as you'd expect from a Club 18-30 resort, but keep walking and you'll find a long stretch of beach where development has been prevented by the Marine Park.|
|Often discovered by accident, this is a haven of peace and tranquillity despite being within walking distance of Laganas!|