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From Mykonos: Delos Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Tickets

1. From Mykonos: Delos Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Tickets

Discover the ancient ruins on the island of Delos with this boat tour from Mykonos. See sights like the house of Dionysus, the Colossus of the Naxians, and the Temple of Apollo. Step back in time as you stroll through the ruins of a market. Start your morning tour with a 30-minute boat ride from Mykonos to Delos. Once you arrive on Delos you will receive an introduction to the ancient and sacred site. With your guide, you will explore the narrow city streets. Marvel at the impressive house of Dionysus and the exceptional mosaics, well-preserved marble columns, and wall paintings. See other monuments in the urban area, including the Theater of Delos. Take a walk along the main street to the market and the sanctuary zone. Here you’ll find the Stoa of Phillipe, the Propylaia, the Colossus of the Naxians, and the Temple of Apollo.

Mykonos: Sightseeing Tour with Terminal Pickup

2. 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. 

From Naxos: Delos and Mykonos Day Trip with Licensed Guide

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

Embark on a Greek adventure from Naxos to the islands of Delos and Mykonos. Hop on your ferry and meet your guide on Delos to explore its hidden treasures on a guided walking tour. Take another ferry to Mykonos with your guide and explore the island's charming town and harbor. Board your prebooked ferry on Naxos 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.

From Athens: Day Trip to Mykonos

4. From Athens: Day Trip to Mykonos

Start with being picked up from specific points in downtown Athens and be transferred in an air-conditioned vehicle to the port of Piraeus. Here, board a speedboat that will take you to Mykonos in approximately 2.5 hours. Arrive at the port of Mykonos and meet your driver who will take you into town. Explore the traditional Cycladic alleys, admire the beauty of the white-blue houses, and take pictures in front of the iconic windmills. Stop for a coffee at a local café in the Little Venice district and enjoy the views of the Aegean Sea. Next, continue to a nearby beach and spend some time at one of the most famous spots by the sea, where you can swim in the crystal-clear waters. Find a spot to have some lunch, followed by some free time to sunbathe on the beach or further explore the coastline. In the afternoon, hop on the bus to go to the port for your ferry journey back to Athens. Be dropped off in downtown Athens in the evening.

From Heraklion: 3-Night Greek Islands Cruise with Meals

5. From Heraklion: 3-Night Greek Islands Cruise with Meals

Our magical Iconic Aegean cruise delivers a packed schedule and takes you to no fewer than six enchanting destinations in the romantic Aegean Sea. Embark on a fascinating journey as you glide through emerald waters to unravel the mystery of history, take in breathtaking landscapes, and discover iconic landmarks. This remarkable voyage invites you to experience the Mediterranean lifestyle, sample authentic Greek cuisine and visit iconic locations. Heraklion, Crete: Heraklion and Knossos, Agios Nikolaos, Gorges and Gorgeous Beaches, Amazing Foods of Crete. Crete was the starting point of European civilization in ancient times and also flourished under four centuries of Venetian rule. Here on the island of artist El Greco and Nikos Kazantzakis, author of Zorba the Greek, there’s inspiration at every turn. Santorini: Fabulous Fira, Akrotiri, Santorini’s beaches, Magical Oia, Santorini tastes, Volcanic close-up. Few islands have the power to captivate the way Santorini does. Gorgeous and cosmopolitan, it’s famous for that classic Greek island look with white-painted houses clustered along narrow winding lanes, perched atop reddish-black volcanic cliffs that tumble down more than a thousand feet to the wide caldera. Athens: The Acropolis and Acropolis Museum, Areopagus and Ancient Agora, The Plaka, Mount Lycabettus. Sun-drenched and mythic, Athens is a big and modern metropolis with inspiring world heritage marvels at its very heart. The most important city-state in ancient Greece and the birthplace of democracy is also the sprawling capital of Greece today, but most of the major archaeological and historical sites are to be found within a compact area around the Acropolis itself. Mykonos: Chora and Little Venice, Mykonos Museums, Mykonos Beaches, Delos. There is no Greek island more synonymous with carefree times, glitz and glamour than Mykonos. At just 85 square kilometers Mykonos is a small island but it’s one that positively crackles with excitement, especially in the long Greek summer. Kusadasi: Ephesus, a World Heritage Site, Ephesus main sights, Fortress Mosque and Pigeon Island, The Grand Bazaar, and Ladies Beach. In the great atlas of Mediterranean antiquity, few cities shone as bright as Ephesus, part of Izmir province and the most culturally significant and best-preserved ancient city in Turkey. And Kuşadası, which dominates the gulf of the same name along this stretch of the Aegean coast, is one of the most vibrant and popular destinations in modern Turkey. It’s been an important port for centuries, hosting a variety of civilizations and for a time some of the most infamous pirates of the Mediterranean Patmos: Skala, Chora, Cave of the Apocalypse, Agriolivado beach. Patmos is shaped like a seahorse, its two main portions joined by a narrow isthmus at Skala. Just five kilometers south from there Chora, the inland island capital crowned with the fortress-like Monastery of St. John the Theologian.

From Naxos: Private Mykonos Island Boat Trip

6. From Naxos: Private Mykonos Island Boat Trip

See the sights of Mykonos in style on a private cruise from Naxos island. Set sail from the port of Naxos or Agia Anna and find yourself on Greece's most well-known island. Spend the day exploring hiking trails, visiting world-famous beach bars, or relaxing on beaches such as Kalo Livadi. Meet your captain in the port of Naxos or Agia Anna and board the rib boat that will take you to Mykonos. Enjoy traditional snacks and refreshing beverages while at sea. Feel the breeze as you make your way to the island of traditional Cycladic architecture and white sand beaches. Once in Mykonos, enjoy some free time to explore the island at your leisure. You could try out the bars and restaurants frequented by the rich and famous, explore some of the island's walking trails, or take in the views from the traditional Greek windmills. Alternatively, spend the day hopping between the island's white sand beaches. Try out water sports at Kalo Livadi or relax to the sound of chill music with a drink in hand at one of the beach clubs such as Paradise or Super Paradise. At the end of the day, watch the sunset from the Little Venice neighborhood before heading back to Naxos.

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What people are saying about Mykonos Town

The guide, Athena, was incredibly knowledgeable. She gave so many interesting information on archeology, history and mythology. She was very attentive, detailed and made sure no one was left behind. The wireless system didn't work and it was a bit disappointing as we paid the ticket to the site and it is a Unesco site. So Athena had to talk loud most of the time, it's a pity but she did a great job and we didn't loss anything. The process of collecting tickets, the ferry trips were smooth and enjoyable.

Great experience so glad we had the opportunity to go ! Our guide Vaso was very knowledgeable! Bring water ! Bring sunscreen ! And comfortable shoes !

This was one of my favourite things we did in Greece. The guide was amazing and it was such a magical experience to visit.

Very informative and a private tour is the way to go. We were able to customize our trip.

Andrea was a great guide - interesting info on Mykonos.