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Information on Mykonos Port

Mykonos has 2 main ports: the old and the new port. The old port is used only for excursions to the neighbouring island of ancient Delos. The new port is a few metres away from the City of Mykonos. The number of ferries that anchor into in the port of Mykonos has dramatically increased during the last decade. 10 to 12 ferry boats anchor at the port of Mykonos daily between May and September. 2 or 3 cruise ships arrive daily in the port and 6 or 7 cruises anchor here during summer weekends. You can even travel to Mykonos by air. The frequency of itineraries and the price of tickets depend on the season.
In case you need more information about ferry departures and arrivals at the port of Mykonos you can call the port authorities at (+30 22890) 22218, 23922.

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Getting to Mykonos Port

  • The new port of Mykonos is located a few metres away from the City of Mykonos and you can easily get there even on foot (10 minute walk).
  • You can also use the bus from the new port to the old port of Mykonos. Almost every hotel in Mykonos allocates a mini van for the needs of their clients, therefore you can reach your hotel like that only after having arranged this with the hotel personell.
  • If you have your own car, then you should head to the old regional road. The car is a comfortable way to explore isolated regions of the island. If you prefer to rent a car instead of bringing your own you can use the car search engine of FantasticGreece.com.
  • You can call a taxi at (+30 22890) 23700. The taxi is a comfortable but also expensive means of transport on the island. The prices vary depending on the season.There are no taximeters and the transfer costs are predetermined. There is a table where you can clearly check what a taxi transfer will cost. The taxi stand is located in the central square of the island, next to Manto Mavrogenous Statue. Due to the fact that taxis are the most popular means of transport on Mykonos, you may need some time until you find one.
  • Additionally,there are caiques (small boats) that departl from the old Port of Mykonos to the island of Delos on a daily basis (excpet of Monday).

Ferry Itineraries from Mykonos

  • Ferries and high-speed boats depart from the ports of Piraeus and Rafina arriving at Mykonos. Moreover, Mykonos is also connected with Thessaloniki, other Cyclades islands, Dodekanisa and Crete.
  • Piraeus (Athens port), Syros, Tinos, Mykonos are connected by the ferries of the ferry company Blue Star Ferries.
  • Rafina, Andros, Tinos, Mykonos are served via Agoudimos Lines ferries, Hellenic Seaways ferries, Cyclades Fast Ferries, Alpha Ferries and Blue Star Ferries.
  • Mykonos is also connected with other neighbouring islands such as Paros and Naxos via Alpha Ferries boats and Blue Star Ferries, while Heraklion in Crete, Santorini, Folegandros, Amorgos, Koufonisi and Naxos are connected with Mykonos by using the high-speed ferries of the ferry company Sea Jets.
  • Mykonos is also an intermediary port of the following itinerary: Heraklion Crete, Ios, Naxos, Paros, Mykonos, Tinos, Skopelos, Skiathos, Thessaloniki with GA Ferries.
  • Mykonos is connected with Ikaria and Samos with itineraries of Kallisti Ferries but also with Chios and Mytilene with itineraries of Nel Lines.

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