Stretching all the way from Kalamaki in the east to Agios Sostis in the west, Laganas Beach is one of Zante’s loveliest stretches of sand. To avoid disturbing the nesting turtles, you won’t find watersports apart from pedalos, but there are plenty of lively beach bars and restaurants. And at the Agios Sostis end of the beach is a wooden footbridge that crosses the sea to Cameo Island, which has a beach club on its far side.
On Zante’s southeast coast, Laganas has gone from a small fishing village to the island’s most vibrant resort. But even if its biggest selling point is its after-hours scene, that doesn’t mean it’s not also a bona fide family destination – its stellar beaches, boat trips, and resident loggerhead turtles are just some of its major draws.
The nightlife in Laganas is in the same league as Ibiza. There’s a mile-long, neon-lit avenue with more than 50 different venues, from karaoke bars to happening music venues. Most famous of all are the state-of-the-art nightclubs like Rescue ,Zeros,Must,Plus and Waikiki that fly in international DJs throughout the summer.
Cameo Island Beach Cafe Club
You get to Cameo Island beach club by a rustic footbridge that reaches out over the ocean to the beautiful little island. The bar is right on the beach and is a great spot to enjoy a drink at sunset. This is a popular place to get married, and you may see lovestruck couples being serenaded by local musicians