Delos Island Mykonos Town Tour
Cruise across the harbor to Delos. Explore this vast archaeological site revered in antiquity as the birthplace of Apollo and the third most important archeological site in Greece. Your guided walk visits three ruined temples, the Naxos Lions and the Sacred Lions Walk
Visit a 16th century monastery. Stroll the streets of Mykonos´ old town, and enjoy some free time on one of the island´s famous beaches
Tour Itinerary – Delos Island Mykonos Town Tour
Delos Archaeological Site
As the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, Delos was a major religious center for centuries. The whole island is an archaeological site. Join your guide for an approximately two-hour tour of the site and see the Lions Walk, the Naxos marble lions, the ruins of three temples consecrated to Apollo. Of special interest are the houses and workshops, some of which have amazing mosaics still visible
Panagia Tourliani Monastery
Originally built by monks in 1542 and dedicated to the Virgin Mary, it has marvelous distinct island architecture. It has a wonderfully carved marble fountain in the courtyard and a superb carved wooden screen in the church made especially in Florence
One of the world´s leading jet set destinations, your guide will walk you through some of the most famous landmarks such as the windmills and Little Venice with its plethora of cafeterias and restaurants. The town is filled with restaurants, exclusive boutiques and stores of every description.
Mykonos is world famous for its beaches with golden white sand lapped by the blue Aegean. Free time will be given to walk along the shore. Refreshments are available for purchase.
Tour Price Includes
Pick up from/to hotel or Port. Professional English speaking tour guide, Entrance fees, air-conditioned non-smoking vehicles. Lunch (only on full day tours).
Tour Price Des not includes
Personal expenses, Beverages, tip to driver and guide
Special Notes – Delos Island Mykonos Town Tour
Passengers will be transported by local boat from Mykonos to the ancient harbor of Delos island.
The site of Delos will be explored on foot and involves approximately two hours of walking over relatively even terrain. Low heeled comfortable shoes, water and a hat are highly recommended. Passengers with physical limitations are requested to consider this
- Lunch : Do as the locals do and sit for an afternoon drink and snacks. We will arrange a spot for you to enjoy Ouzo (local anise flavored spirit) with traditional mezedes (appetizers).