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Highlights of Mykonos: Half-Day Tour

1. Highlights of Mykonos: Half-Day Tour

Travel by vehicle on this 4-hour tour to visit Kalafatis Beach, Agios Yiannis Beach and the charming village of Ano Mera. Afterwards, enjoy a walking tour of Mykonos town. Enjoy a stop at Agios Yiannis, a stunning beach on the island’s west coast, and then again at Kalafatis Beach, before reaching the village of Ano Mera. Spend some free time exploring this charming village or visiting the 16th-century Monastery of Panagia Tourliani. Head to Mykonos town for a walking tour. Admire the cube-shaped whitewashed houses and see highlights such as Little Venice, the Church of Paraportiani and the windmills.

Mykonos: Cooking Class with Food and Wine

2. Mykonos: Cooking Class with Food and Wine

Experience the traditional way of life on Mykonos and learn about its culture and cuisine on this 6-hour program. Teta, your hostess and chef, will provide tips and show you cooking methods that have made Mykonos cuisine so popular. Enjoy some local snack favorites such as dakos with kopanisti cheese and tomato, louza (sun dried pork fillets), wine and Cretan raki. Enjoy her lovely home and visit her organic vegetable garden. Head to the kitchen, where you’ll make tzatziki and spinach pie, stuffed peppers and tomatoes, beef with orzo and more. You’ll be guided through the whole procedure, and afterwards have a chance to taste what you’ve prepared.

Mykonos: Half-Day City Walking Tour and Island Bus Tour

3. Mykonos: Half-Day City Walking Tour and Island Bus Tour

Your 4-hour combined tour begins with a walk along the small, narrow streets of Mykonos. You’ll get an orientation and information from your guide about navigating the labyrinth of the old town. Admire views of the small port and the churches and see the famous windmills and Petros the Pelican, the mascot of Mykonos. Next you’ll explore the island by bus, enjoying the landscapes of the interior and visiting some of the most famous beaches. See the small private chapels and houses built in typical Cycladic style. When you reach Ano Mera, the second main village of Mykonos, you’ll have some free time for a walk around the traditional square. Later you’ll stop to see the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani, built in the 16th century. Relax a bit at Kalafatis beach, and enjoy a cup of coffee or a refreshing drink (not included in the price). Before heading back to Mykonos town, you’ll visit the beaches of Ornos and Agios Giannis. At the end of the trip you’ll come to a viewpoint where you can take in the panorama of the town and the neighboring islands.

From Mykonos: Full-Day Trip to Tinos Island

4. From Mykonos: Full-Day Trip to Tinos Island

Climb aboard in the new port of Tourlos on the north-west coast of Mykonos and cross the Aegean Sea to the neighboring island of Tinos to experience the authentic culture and traditional hospitality of Greece. Explore the namesake capital to see one of the most important churches in Greece at the Panagía Evangelístria, built around a miraculous icon to the Virgin Mary. Then, travel up to the women's monastery of Kechrovouni high in the mountains to get stunning views of the surroundings. Stroll through the traditional village of Volax to see the basket weavers at work and stop to take souvenir photos of the Venetian-era dovecotes in the valley. Marvel at the marble arts of Pyrgos and get some free time to enjoy a coffee in the shade of a plane tree on the main square before the return boat trip to Mykonos.

Mykonos Walking Tour

5. Mykonos Walking Tour

Benefit from pickup at your hotel or the cruise ship port of Mykonos, and then experience the cosmopolitan lifestyle and jet set vibe of one of the most famous islands of the Aegean. Venture beyond the stylish bars and boutiques, and discover a more traditional way of life. Experience first-hand the true beauty of Mykonos Town, and travel back in time on an enchanting stroll. Start your tour at 10:00 AM or 5:00 PM(depending on option booked), and then journey along the coastal road to Manto Square, famous for its monument of the heroine of the Greek War of Independence, Manto Mavrogenous. Next, go into the district of Matogianni and window shop the stores full of famous fashion brands. Pass the former home of the mother of Manto Mavrogenous, along with the Maritime Museum and Three Wells monument outside the famous Astra bar. Next, go to the traditional Gioras bakery for a treat and refreshment. Head towards the 5 windmills that still stand proudly as a local attraction even after they stopped functioning as working mills. Venture down the narrow paths to the castle of the Chora and enter the Scarpa area, where you will see the houses of Little Venice jutting out across the water. Visit the elaborate church of Panagia Paraportiani and experience one of the most famous architectural structures in Greece. Go to the Folklore Museum (entrance fee not included), located in a former captain's house. Then, head back to your starting point, and pass the famous church of Agios Nikolaos before the drive back to your original meeting point.

Mykonos: Barbecue at a Mykonian Farm

6. Mykonos: Barbecue at a Mykonian Farm

Start at 5:00 PM with pickup from your hotel and enjoy the scenic drive on a road through the center of the island that unites Hora with the village of Ano Mera. Be welcomed when you arrive with some tradtional treats like loukoumi or dried figs. Sit and relax on a traditional stone-built couch and sip some raki as you hear about the history of the island's farming, livestock, and crops. Tour the organic farm to see how it operates. Meet the pigs, sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens, and a donkey named Konstantis. Cut and sample products directly from the vegetable garden (depending on the season). Get involved with the farming tasks, if you would like to. Take turns learning the Hellenic practice of barbecuing while guided by the grill master. Learn to make staple side dishes like horiatiki salad, a tasty tzatziki sauce with fresh cucumbers, and a Mykonian sausage omelet with farm-fresh eggs. Eat under a shady pavilion. End with a photo session with guests and staff.

From Athens: Mykonos Day Trip by Plane and Ferry

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

Enjoy a one-day tour to the most famous greek island. The bus will transfer you to the airport of Athens early in the morning, with plane departure at 615AM and the flight lasts 50 minutes. Upon arrival at the airport of Mykonos, you will get transferred to the city center by the local bus. Having arrived in the city center early in the morning, you will have a unique chance to explore it and enjoy its beauty while it is still quiet and not crowded. First, you will join a 60-minute walking tour among the whitewashed houses, with your tour leader. Be excited as you are walking along the labyrinthine narrow lanes surrounded by traditional buildings that compose the unique architectural style of the island. During the walking tour, you will visit the Little Venice of Mykonos, where the famous pelican strolls. If you are lucky enough, you may see him opening wide his wings to impress all those people who stop to take a picture with this beautiful bird! The tour leader will lead you up to the windmills hill, which is one of the most popular sightseeing spots of the island. There you will have a panoramic view of the city and the Aegean Sea. As you are wandering among the streets you will see plenty of little shops with local products. Apart from the little souvenir shops, you will have the chance to walk along the famous neighborhood called “Matoyiannia” where you will see some of the world’s most famous brands. You will have free time for lunch or swimming at the beach located next to the old port of the city, until 330PM. Then, the tour leader will meet you at a specified point so that you go altogether to the port. The ferry departs from Mykonos at 4PM and you will cross the Aegean Sea. Passing from the port of Tinos island, enjoy the greek summer sunset onboard. You will arrive at the port of Rafina at 840 PM. The driver will pick you up from the port and will transfer you back to Athens.

From Mykonos: Ano Mera Farm Tour with Monastery Visit

8. From Mykonos: Ano Mera Farm Tour with Monastery Visit

Get a glimpse into Mykoninan farming life on this hands-on tour. Learn about the island's agricultural history, try local snacks, and involve yourself in some farming tasks. Also, pass by the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani. From your hotel, drive across the center of the island to the village of Ano Mera. Once you arrive, pass through a picturesque square and visit the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani. Afterward, continue walking about 400 meters to a Mykonian farm. Be greeted by the farm’s superintendent. Tour the grounds and listen as they recount the history of the property and how the farm operates. Sit and relax on a traditional stone-built seat while sipping traditional raki. Learn more about the history of the island’s farming, livestock, and crops. Enjoy a farmer’s snack consisting of bread, tomatoes, kopanisti, cucumbers, and poor man’s black olives. Cut and savor products from the vegetable garden, depending on the season. If you wish to partake in some farming tasks, the superintendent will provide you with the right tools and instructions as you go along. Some of the tasks include cleaning the garden and weeding, trimming the garden and vineyard, and cleaning, watering, or feeding the animals. If you prefer not to get involved with the farming tasks, you can instead opt to have more free time at your leisure.

Mykonos: Sightseeing Tour with Terminal Pickup

9. Mykonos: Sightseeing Tour with Terminal Pickup

Explore the sites in Mykonos with this shore excursion tour. Snap pictures at Kalafatis Beach and admire the Panagia Tourliani monastery in the town of Ano Mera. Take a guided walking tour through the top attractions in the charming white-washed town of Mykonos.  Choose to be picked up from the cruise ship terminal in Mykonos New Port or the disembarkation point for the cruise tender boats. Sit back and relax in the air-conditioned van on the way to the iconic Armenistis Lighthouse. Admire views of the sea and the island from the lighthouse.  Continue to the Kalafatis Beach where you will have some time to get out and capture some photos. Head inland to the village of Ano Mera, home to the restored 16th-century monastery Panagia Tourliani. Spend some free time strolling around the village square or visiting a café.  Continue to the town of Mykonos for your guided walking tour. Dive into sights like the 16th-century windmills and the 15th-century Greek orthodox Paraportiani church.  Take in the romantic atmosphere as you walk through the elegant old houses that line the sea in the district of little Venice. Finish your tour in at the Mykonos waterfront. 

Mykonos: Wine Tasting at a Mykonian Farm

10. Mykonos: Wine Tasting at a Mykonian Farm

Start at 12:00 or 18:00 when you will be picked up from your hotel. Relax, and enjoy the scenery as you drive across the road at the center of the island that unites the city Hora with the village of Ano Mera. Once you arrive at the Mykonian Farm, you will be greeted by the sommelier Mr. Stathis Pasoglou and seated in the specially designed wine corner of this beautiful traditional farm. Savor 4 different local wines and get to know their dynamic character step-by-step through the tasting stages. Learn the basic tasting techniques and uncork Greece’s most distinct blends. Try some local products with your wine.

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What people are saying about Mykonos

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 631 reviews

We really enjoyed visiting the farm. Our guide Babis was super friendly, explained a lot to us about how the farm came about and how it is run. We were able to spend extensive time with the cows, donkeys, sheep and goats and pet and feed them. The subsequent meal was very rich and the best meal we have enjoyed in Mykonos. There was also unlimited wine to drink. All in all a very great activity five stars from us.

Wonderful experience with Mrs. Fragedaki. She brought a great personality to the class and made sure everyone had a good time. Fantastic way to spend an afternoon and my wife and I were really happy we decided to do this!

Gracious hosts welcomed us into their home and taught us a lot about cooking and having a good time doing so. Food was delicious and the wine was plentiful. Would recommend this to anyone stopping in Mykonos!

This was an amazing experience! Our sommelier, Panagiotis was attentive, knowledgeable and gave us excellent advice to make us more educated about wine.

Highly recommend! Wonderful experience with an entertaining guide. Thank you!