This is an unspoiled area without any kind of amenities, a characteristic that creates to visitors a feeling of total freedom. The beach stretches for about 250 meters and visitors go down a small path to reach Agios Sostis.
Agios Sostis Beach, is one of the most remote and chic sandy beaches in Mykonos island! Just 14 km from Chora, and away from the busy beaches in the south.
There is no bus connection available so you can only come here by car or motorbike where you can park on the road and then walk down the hill. On your way to the beach, you will see a hidden tavern to enjoy a lovely meal after a hot day. Another path will lead you to the beach of Panormos, a lovely fishing village.
You will find no hotels studios or rooms for rent only apartments for rent , no umbrellas or sun beds, neither a beach bar, but you will meat the most loyal beach crowd on the island. Aghios Sostis used to be a traditional nudist beach in the past. Taking the road beyond Panormos beach and facing east onto the bay, Agios Sostis is one of the more remote beaches on the island. Nowadays it is visited by the low profile rich, chic and famous, and if you are not one of them, you might feel a little uncomfortable Void of accommodation and crowds this beautiful beach offers not only peace and quiet but a very good small restaurant. Access is limited to private vehicle and taxi.
Agios Sostis Beach at Mykonos Island in Greece is a wild and windswept beach that sits at the northern mouth of the bay and again a big favourite with surfers thanks to its exposure to the meltemi winds. Rollers crash in on a superb sand beach especially in July and August when the meltemi winds are at their strongest. In such an exposed spot the relatively long does tend to pick up rather a lot of litter as well.