Agios Sostis beach is one of the most remote and chic beaches in the north of Mykonos!
Located 8 kilometers in the North-east of Mykonos Town, you can get to Agios Sostis beach by car, motorbike or taxi. Taking the road beyond Panormos beach and facing east onto the bay, you will find easy street signs to follow. Unfortunately no public transportation goes there.
Agios Sostis beach is named after a nearby church which stands above the bay and is one of the last forts against sun-beds in Mykonos. Uncultivated, pure and wild but also quite busy during the high season, it’s mostly quiet, especially compared to some of the other beaches on the island.
As there are no sunbeds or umbrellas here, you have all the beach for yourselves! Also you might want to look for a private spot at the end of the beach in case you want to swim naturist style. It’s position on the island, in a protected cove, also asures that not too much rubble washes ashore, so it’s quite clean.
The beach hosts the world famous Kiki’s tavern and a couple of accommodation choices offering not only peace and quiet, but also amazing views.
If you walk back from the beach to the main road and then turn right (towards the north) you will find another smaller and even more secluded sandy beach after a few minutes walk.
If you are looking for an amazing sandy beach for the perfect swim, this is the place to be!