Mykonos ferries connect Cyclades Islands with Crete, Athens, Aegean Islands, Ikaria, Samos, Lesbos, Greece & Dodecanese Islands with crossings available to Paros, Thira, Syros, Tinos, Andros, Naxos, Folegandros, Sifnos, Ios, Katapola, Koufonissi, Milos, Serifos, Kimolos & Kythnos (in Cyclades Islands), Heraklion & Rethymno (in Crete), Piraeus & Rafina (in Athens), Chios, Fournoi & Limnos (in Aegean Islands), Evdilos & Agios Kirikos (in Ikaria), Karlovassi & Vathi (in Samos), Mytilene (in Lesbos), Kavala (in Greece) & Patmos (in Dodecanese Islands). Sailings from Mykonos are operated by numerous ferry companies.
There are up to 82 ferry crossings daily from Mykonos with sailing durations starting from 20 minutes. Our Mykonos ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Known as one of the most famous Greek Islands, Mykonos is a very popular holiday destination in the summer months. There are many ferry routes departing from Mykonos Port, mostly fairly short crossings to other coastal resorts belonging to Greece.
Famous for its luxurious beaches, scorching temperatures and, of course, the notorious party scene, Mykonos is usually inundated with young people across Europe looking for temporary tans and cheap alcohol. The beaches are rightfully popular; the golden sands next to crystal waters create an idyllic setting for a holiday in the sun, especially during the summer months. If the beaches seem popular, then the bars and clubs come nightfall will be twice as busy – for relentless partying then the strip of clubs is the place to go.
Contrary to popular belief, there is more to Mykonos than the thriving nightlife and young holidaymakers: the island is filled with hidden caves and traverses that are a refreshing change from the lively atmosphere. For a middle ground between partying and a mild stroll, there are canoeing and kayaking excursions available, supervised by fully qualified instructors.
Taxis are probably the best way to get around Mykonos, though the buses are a reliable and cheap alternative option. Much of the centre of the island can be covered by foot, which is a common choice considering the typically pleasant weather.
Port of Mykonos, 84600 Mykonos
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