Ferry tickets from / to Mykonos

Book cheap ferry tickets to Mykonos, the most cosmopolitan island of the Aegean!

Mykonos or else the Wind Island does not need any recommendations. Its reputation that stems from the very intense nightlife and the luxurious lifestyle has spread – without exaggeration – all over the world! The fun keeps going until the early morning hours in the dozens of bars and clubs of Chora and Matogiannia. If you prefer a more relaxed drink, you can move to “Little Venice”, one of the most picturesque parts of the island with stone buildings with a more romantic style.

The main attraction of the island are the windmills located in Chora and the numerous beautiful beaches with high class restaurants and celebrity sightings. For those who prefer something more calm there is Ano Mera, the second most popular village of the island, quite picturesque and with nice taverns. There is also the historical monastery of Panagia Tourliani, founded in the 15th century.

As for the beaches except the famous Psarou and Super Paradise,there are also Kalo Livadi, Elia, Ftelia, Ornos and Panormos that have become very popular in recent years. In these popular beaches of the island, there are cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy breakfast and dinner, cocktails and drinks.

Finally, regarding hotels, we recommend visiting Mykonos Hotels online in order to find the best suggestions for your stay.

At bookferry.gr you can find the cheapest ferry tickets to Mykonos and make a direct online reservation with absolute security.

How to get to Mykonos
Mykonos is one of the most popular destinations and for this reason there are frequent itineraries, especially during the summer, both from the port of Piraeus and from Rafina. With the conventional ship you will be there in about 5 hours, while with the fast in almost 3 hours. Alternatively, you can travel by air all year round. Book cheap airline tickets to Mykonos at e-airtickets.gr.
Port of Mykonos (JMK)
Mykonos has two ports. The old one, which is 200 meters from Chora and the new one. The old is used by little boats that do daytime excursions to the neighboring island of Delos while most ferry boats connect to the new harbor, which is just 10 minutes from Chora. Outside the new harbor there is a bus stop, but you can also call a taxi if you don’t have your own means of transport.
Ferry connections from/to Mykonos
In addition to Piraeus and Rafina, Mykonos is connected by ferry boats to many islands, such as Amorgos (Aegiali), Ikaria (Agios Kirikos and Evdilos), Anafi, Andros, Donousa, Folegandros, Fournoi, Heraklion, Crete , Ios, Irakleia, Samos (Karlovasi - Vathi), Kea, Kimolos, Koufonissi, Kythnos, Milos, Naxos, Paros, Schinoussa, Serifos, Sifnos, Sikinos, Syros , Thira, Thirassia and Tinos.
Transportation in Mykonos
Traveling to Mykonos can be done, as in most islands, with the city bus, which is frequent, but also by taxi. You can also rent a car or motorbike from there in case you do not want to transfer your own vehicle to the island.

Book online cheap ferry tickets to Mykonos

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Greek Ferries to Mykonos