cruise port of Mykonos


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Mykonos, is an island that belongs to the Cyclades archipelago in the southern Aegean Sea. The cruise ships disembark their passengers in Mykonos town, also know as Chora, the capital of the island.

In the following photos we show you some of the most famous places in for you to design your visit / tour. If you have not purchased an excursion from your cruise ship, can save money if you design yourself the visit to . View the maps of at the end of this section, find the location of public transport (train, bus, taxi, boat...) and choose where to go... or hire a local tour. Has more on transportation in the section "travel information".

Kato Myloi sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Kato Myloi sights, Mykonos town (or Chora). The wind windmills of Mykonos, in cooperation with its many bakeries, contributed to the economic travel of the island, as it became a necessary stop, from the ships the Aegean

Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Blue door, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

View of a street, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Archaelogical Site of Delos, Delos Island, Greece

Archaelogical Site of Delos (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Delos is the Sacred Island of the Ancient Greek, where according to mythology Leto gave birth to Apollo and Artemis | (click here to download official brochure) | Maps

Apano Myloi sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Apano Myloi sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Windmills sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Windmills sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Nautical Museum or Aegean Maritime Museum, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Nautical Museum or Aegean Maritime Museum, Mikonos Town (or Chora). This museum has scale models of boats that have traversed the Aegean from prehistory until the present

Tria Pigadia sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Tria Pigadia sights, Mykonos town (or Chora). The three wells were the main source of city water until 1856

Kapari Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Kapari Beaches. Small beach after Agios Ioannis beach. It remains one of the secrets of those who know where to go swim when they want to go unnoticed . It is also one of the favourite beaches of celebrities

Ornos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ornos Beaches. Ornos is one of the most busy and family beaches of the island located in the southwest part of it

Ag. Ioannis Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ag. Ioannis Beaches. The beach, looking at Delos and the channel between Mykonos and Delos. It is the beach with the most famous feast of the island, Ai.Giannis at the end of September

Elia Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Elia Beaches. One of the most beautiful beaches on the island with white sand, easy access and a good word to describe it would be 'Gay friendly'

Lia Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Lia Beaches. The road is long and hard, but its beauty will compensate you. Thick sand, emerald waters, umbrellas, deck chairs

Ag. Sostis Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ag. Sostis Beaches. Previously it was nudist beach before being so popular, pets are also allowed.

Fokos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Fokos Beaches. There it is .. Mobile offline, complete peace and incredible sand

Agrari Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Agrari Beaches. Another beautiful beach on the island, most isolated, for those who do not love the crowds

Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

A nice street, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Paraportiani sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Paraportiani Church, Mykonos town (or Chora). The church is located in the Kastro district, the oldest section of Mykonos

Skarpa sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Scarpa sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Folklore Museum, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Folklore Museum, Mykonos town (or Chora). In its halls can be seen collections of antique furniture, Byzantine icons, ceramics, commemorative plates, gravures, as well as embroidered, locks and keys, weights and measures, a collection of model boats, and other historical artifacts

Nautical Museum & Lena's House, Mykonos, Greece

Lena's House, Mykonos town (or Chora), authentic 19th century Mykonian middle-class dwelling, which is completely furnished and equipped with antique furniture and house utensils. Is a division of the Mykonos Folklore Museum

Neolithic Settlement, Mykonos, Greece

Neolithic Settlement, Ftelia

Windmills sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Windmills sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Windmills sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Agricultural Museum of Mykonos (Boni Farming Museum and Mill), Mykonos town (or Chora). Is a division of the Mykonos Folklore Museum

Alefkandras Sq. sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Alefkandras Sq. sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Platis Gialos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Platis Gialos Beaches. It is perhaps the most overpopulated beach on the island

Psarou Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Psarou Beaches. One of the most beautiful beaches on the island with golden sand and emerald waters

Paradise Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Paradise Beaches. A beautiful and crowded beach, famous since the days of hippies

Kalo Livadi Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Kalo Livadi Beaches. A very popular beach in the southern part of the island

Ag. Stefanos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ag. Stefanos Beaches. On the left side of the sea shore,one can find the traditional old Agios Stefanos, chapel Facing the beach, (east) region of Agios stefanos expands on the hills

Merchia Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Merchia Beaches

Mersini Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Mersini Beaches. The beach is divided into two smaller parts with a small part of rock cascading down to the sea

Ftelia Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ftelia Beaches. Windsurfing - air waves and incredible wind ! The best beach for incredible leaps, waveriding and windsurf

'Little Venice' sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

'Little Venice' sights, Mykonos town (or Chora). Little Venice is the colorful neighborhood between the Castro and Scarpa, with the wooden balconies hanging above the sea. One can enjoy here one of the most beautiful sunsets of Greece

Pelican, Mykonos, Greece

Pelican, Mykonos town (or Chora). Petros was a pelican which was adopted as the mascot of Mykonos town from 1958 to 1985. Following the death of Petros other pelicans have taken their place

Municipal Library, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Municipal Library, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Summer Cinema, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Summer Cinema, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Mycenean Tomb, Mykonos, Greece

Mycenean tomb, in Vrysi, between the town of Mykonos and Ornos

Matogiannia sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Matogiannia sights, the most important street in Mykonos town (or Chora)

Nautical Museum sights, Mykonos town, Mykonos, Greece

Nautical Museum sights, Mykonos town (or Chora)

Megali Ammos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Megali Ammos Beaches. One characteristic about the beach and in particular of the bottom of the sea there is a huge slab that prevents swimming

Panormos Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Panormos Beaches. These unique beaches, are suitable for swimming, located in the northern part of the island, with a fascinating view over the bay

Paranga Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Paranga Beaches. Pretty small beach with a beautiful landscape (cape Drapanos)

Super Paradise Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Super Paradise Beaches. The most famous beach on the island

Ag. Anna Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Ag. Anna Beaches. It is preferred especially by many of those who know the island well, and they want their peace of mind

Kalafatis Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Kalafatis Beaches. A feature of the beach is that there are plenty of trees that offers natural shading

Frangia Beaches, Mykonos, Greece

Frangia Beaches

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Travel information

Mykonos, is an island that belongs to the Cyclades archipelago in the southern Aegean Sea. The cruise ships disembark their passengers in Mykonos (town, also know as Chora), the capital of the island.

The island of Mykonos, already inhabited since the 5th millennium B.C. (prehistoric settlement of Ftelia), essentially preserves the traditional architecture of this area. White houses, narrow and cobblestone streets, red or blue domes, and the windmills reflecting the economic activity of the past ... The harmony of the Mykonian architecture is really astonishing.

Since the fifties it has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. To provide services to all the tourists who visit the island today has a huge network of shops, hotels and some of the best beaches in the world. It is also known for its nightlife. Tranquility and fun in equal measure.

If this is the first time what you travel to Mykonos, the most common is see Mykonos Town and the archeological site of Delos island. Especially because Mykonos city has many places to contemplate, many beautiful sights to photograph, see shops or relax with a snack, and is difficult to see the city of Mikonos and another place at the same day in the hours that we have. If in the future you choose return here, in another cruise ship, you can choose to visit other places on the island as Ano Mera, Elia, Kalafati, its famous beaches ... Another option you have is to travel to Mykonos a whole week for see better the island and enjoy its night famous parties.

Whatever it is what you go to see.... you enjoy .


General information


Location


  •   Europe, Greece, Cyclades islands, island, cruise port of Mykonos town
  •   Atlantic ocean, Mediterranean sea, Aegean sea
  •   Coordinates (DDD): 37.448879, 25.328438
  •   Official map of South Greece

Other Information


How to get


Cruise ship


  • Many tourists come to Mykonos on cruise ships and are on the island only a few hours.

Sea transportation


  • The route Mykonos-Athens lasts for 5 hours by ferry. There are also connections to other islands.
  • Port Authority of Mykonos, Hellenic Coast Guard, Phone: +30 22890 22218, www.hcg.gr
  • Routes and schedules of ferries from the port of Piraeus, Hellenic Coast Guard, www.hcg.gr
  • Port of Piraeus, Ministry of Mercantile Marine, www.yen.gr

Air transportation


  • The route Mykonos-Athens lasts for 40 minutes by plane. There are several daily flights from Athens International Airport (Eleftherios Venizelos) and from other parts of Greece, there are also charter flights that connect Mykonos with airports across Europe.
  • Direct flights, Athens International airport (El. Venizelos), Phone: +30 210 35 30 000, www.aia.gr
  • Charter flights and scheduled flights, Mykonos Airport, Phone: +30 22890 79000, www.hcaa.gr
  • Airlines of scheduled flights:
  •    Aegean Airlines, Phone: +30 22890 28720, +30 22890 28721,    www.aegeanair.gr

How to get around in


  • Buses, long-distance bus (KTEL), Phone: +30 22890 23360, +30 22890 26797, www.mykonosbus.com
  • Radio taxis, Phone: +30 22890 22400, +30 22890 23700
  • Car-bike rental:
  •    Avis, Phone: +30 22890 22960
  •    Europcar, Phone: +30 22890 27111
  •    Hertz, Phone: +30 22890 23791
  • Tickets from Mykonos to Delos, Delos Tours, Kastro Street, Mykonos Town, Phone: +30 22890 23051, www.delostours.gr

Useful phone numbers


  • International country code of Greece: 0030 (+30)
  • Mykonos local area code: +30 22890
  • European Emergency number (an ambulance, the fire brigade or the police): 112
  • Embassies and consular offices of foreign countries in Greece
  • Greek National Tourist Organization Office, Phone: +30 22890 25250
  • Municipality of Mykonos, Phone: +30 22890 22201, +30 22890 23261, +30 22890 23990, +30 22890 24036
  • Police, Phone: +30 22890 27000, +30 22890 28890
  • Police (Tourist Division), Phone: +30 22890 22482
  • Mykonos Health Centre, Phone: +30 22890 23994
  • Post Office (Mykonos Town), Phone: +30 22860 22238, www.elta.gr

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Basic greek



A taste of

Like many other places in the Mediterranean, has a spectacular cuisine based mainly on local produce. The wines get better every year. You can taste them by visiting the wineries of the village of Ano Mera.

You can eat when you have arrived at cruise ship, but it's hard to resist the temptation to leave here without to relish .

Melopita, Mykonos, Greece

Melopita. A Greek cheesecake that is sweetened with honey

Lazarakia, Mykonos, Greece

Lazarakia. Are small, sweet spice breads, do not contain any dairy products or eggs

Ouzo, Mykonos, Greece

Ouzo. Is an aniseed liqueur

Amygdalota, Mykonos, Greece

Amygdalota. Traditional almond biscuits

Omeletta, Mykonos, Greece

Omeletta. An omelette or omelet is a dish made from beaten eggs quickly cooked with butter or oil in a frying pan

Louza, Mykonos, Greece

Louza. Is preserved pork loin. This is the star taste of Mykonian gastronomy.

Kopanisti Mykonou, Mykonos, Greece

Kopanisti Mykonou (cheese). It is a characteristic very spicy cheese. It accompanied excellently with Ouzo and any other Greek aperitif

Meze, Mykonos, Greece

Meze. Different delicacies including cheeses, meats, olives and other specialties, which are tasted accompanied by ouzo (liqueur)

Kremmydopita, Mykonos, Greece

Kremmydopita. Is an onion pie

Kopanisti Mykonou, Mykonos, Greece

Kopanisti Mykonou (cheese). It can also be mixed with butter or some other white cheese to produce a lighter taste

Ano Mera, Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos has no wine production as big as Santorini or Paros, the vineyards and wineries are located in the central part of the island, around the village of Ano Mera


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