Mykonos Town Sightseeing cruises

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From Athens: Mykonos Day Trip by Plane and Ferry

1. From Athens: Mykonos Day Trip by Plane and Ferry

Enjoy a one-day tour of the most famous Greek island. Take a bus transfer to the Athens airport for a morning flight to Mykonos. Upon arrival, enjoy a bus transfer to the city center. Explore the city center before the late morning crowds arrive, including a 60-minute walking tour among the whitewashed houses with a guide. Wander the labyrinth of narrow lanes surrounded by traditional buildings with the island's unique architectural style, including local shops and galleries. Then it's time to visit the Little Venice of Mykonos where the famous pelican strolls. If you are lucky, you may see him opening his wings to impress all those who stop. Continue to the hill of windmills, one of the most popular sightseeing spots on the island, where you can feast your eyes on a panoramic view of the city and the Aegean Sea. Walk further to the Matoyiannia neighborhood for high-end shopping. Take a break to enjoy lunch or swim on the beach at the old city port. Meet you guide to take a ferry towards Mykonos, across the Aegean Sea. Enjoy a Greek summer salad before arriving at the Port of Rafina, where your driver will pick you up and transfer you back to Athens.

From Naxos: Delos and Mykonos Day Trip with Licensed Guide

2. From Naxos: Delos and Mykonos Day Trip with Licensed Guide

Embark on a Greek adventure from Naxos/Paros to the islands of Delos and Mykonos. Hop on a local cruise boat and meet your guide on Delos to explore its hidden treasures on a guided walking tour. Then, sail across to Mykonos with your guide and explore the island's charming town and harbor. Board your prebooked ship on Naxos/Paros and meet your licensed guide as you disembark in Delos. Travel back to ancient times by visiting this largest archaeological site in all of Greece, enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hear about the island's fascinating myths from your guide, marvel at the remains of the temples of Apollo and Artemis, walk on the famous ancient avenue of the marble lions, and explore the residential quarter with its ancient mansions with splendid mosaics. Finally, reach the top of the hill to see the ancient theatre. Continue by boat with your guide to Mykonos. Meander through the quaint alleyways of the picturesque capital town and marvel at the famous "Little Venice". Board your return ferry to Naxos, feeling the warm breeze as you reminisce about your day out.

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What people are saying about Mykonos Town

There were some unpredictable events that impacted the tour like the speed boat breaking and the tour scheduled a plane instead and then once in the island we could only return by plane since the sea was too agitated. We had to pay extra for the return flight (half paid by us and half by tour company) but I think all of these were well communicated and managed. We loved the island, every little corner has its charm and beauty. Food was also pretty good! Our guide Iloana did an outstanding job of guiding us through the island, leading us to another beach by bus (which was awesome) and made sure everyone in the group was having a good time.

This was an amazing trip!!! Our tour leader Ioanna was the most sincere, helpful wonderful person!!!! She went above and beyond to ensure we were enjoying ourselves. I absolutely recommend this trip and would do it again next time!

The trip is worth it. Mykonos is beautiful. We were picked up at our accommodation by the shuttle in the morning and brought back in the evening. The guides were friendly and know their stuff well.

Great experience if you don't have much time to see the island :)

It is very worth knowing the Island, the super attentive guide.