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Agios Sostis Holidays

An idyllic beach resort

A tranquil village on the southeast coast of Zante, Agios Sostis is a serene antidote to the bustling town of Laganas, only minutes away. The pristine sandy beach is lined with fragrant pine forests and the sea is a calm, crystal-clear blue. Agios Sostis holidays are perfect for families and those seeking a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of larger resorts, while still being close to city amenities.

In the evening, seafront tavernas and village bars host Greek nights with traditional dancing and live music. But if you prefer a sunset cocktail with a seriously Instagrammable backdrop, head to Cameo Island, accessible by a rickety footbridge that stretches from the village across the turquoise sea. As well as being a favoured wedding venue, the tiny island is home to a chic beach bar and café where you can lose a few hours feeling like a thoroughly pampered castaway.

Your Agios Sostis questions, answered

Aghios Sostis itself is relatively quiet, with a smattering of tavernas and bars with live music. Neighbouring Laganas has plenty of nightclubs for those looking to hit the dance floor.
Aghios Sostis is great for families. The shallow, calm water is safe for children, while the proximity to Zante Town and Laganas means you won’t run out of activities.
It’s sunny and mild throughout the year, with temperatures peaking in the mid-30s in August. Spring and autumn are milder, making them perfect seasons for walking holidays.

Best things to do in Agios Sostis

Swim with turtles

Nature lovers will be interested to learn that Aghios Sostis beach is home to nesting loggerhead turtles – you might even spot one swimming alongside you in the sea.

Laze on the beach

Aghios Sostis beach is clean, with fine sand and clear blue water. However, you won’t find water sports due to the nesting loggerhead turtles residing on the shore.

Visit an island

Head to Cameo Island for a slice of luxury – accessible via a wooden footbridge from the mainland, it’s an unforgettable experience. You’ll need to pay a small entry fee.