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Delos itself is fascinating and well worth the visit, it also provided a much needed opportunity to walk around for a few hours (there are very few paths in Mykonos so have to travel everywhere by bus/moped).
The later ferry was cancelled, presumably because of...More
Anyone visiting the cyclades islands should visit Delos island for a tour. We had a guided tour of 1,5-2 hours with out guide Roxanne (i can give you her details- she is top!)
Being Greeks and having visited many sites, we are used to our...More
We visited Delos on a day trip from Mykonos town. There is a tour which includes the return boat trip, entrance fee and a guide, this is €50. Or you can independently visit, buy the return boat ticket from the harbour booth, €20, then €12...More
The woman at the entrance was very aggressive and did not allow our friends in despite informing her we had their entrance fee. Truly disappointed to go out of our way for half of us to not be able to visit the island. Prepare to...More
Words really can't describe walking through this ancient city. We were lucky enough to have I-Pads which were provided by our tour guide that showed locations in 3-D as to how they would have looked thousands of years ago. Truly a site not to be...More
We joined one of the half day trips from Mykonos to Delos that included a guided tour. Athena, our guide, had been one of the archeologist who worked on the excavation in the 80s and 90s and was super knowledgeable and engaging. If you are...More
Sailed from Mykonos to Delos by ferry and did an organised tour with a very knowledgeable guide. The ruins were interesting and quite extensive - unfortunately we didn't have enough time to walk to the top of the island to get a view of the...More
We did a day trip to Mykonos and stopped for 3 hours to Delos, an amaxing island full of antiquities from ancient times. If you like greek history you will be blown away by this place.
Wear comfortable footwear, I would not advise...More
Response from MamaMontreal | Reviewed this property |
Hello, the ferry ride is 30 minutes. The earliest ferry... i am sorry i don’t remember. But maybe you can write an email at the office of tourism of Mykonos, they will be able to tell you for the dates you are going to be... More
Hello, the ferry ride is 30 minutes. The earliest ferry... i am sorry i don’t remember. But maybe you can write an email at the office of tourism of Mykonos, they will be able to tell you for the dates you are going to be there. One thing to remember on the islands, the schedule is « stretchable », they are not always on time. Enjoy your visit!
We did not use a tour company. You can just go to the old port in Mykonos and buy a boat ticket to Delos. When you arrive in Delos, you buy an admission ticket to the archaeological site. There are guides right inside the... More
We did not use a tour company. You can just go to the old port in Mykonos and buy a boat ticket to Delos. When you arrive in Delos, you buy an admission ticket to the archaeological site. There are guides right inside the site who offer their (paid) services or you can take along a guidebook which explains the site - your choice.
I would suggest you get to the dock early to get your boat ticket to Delos. There are lots and lots of cruise ship passengers taking the same boats to Delos.