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Old Port

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Old Port

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Mykonos to Delos & Rhenia Cruise ,BBQ&drinks, optional Delos Tour & Transfer

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Visit the mythological birthplace of the Greek god Apollo on this customizable sailing tour to Delos. Leave Mykonos’ bustling harbor behind for the ancient ruins and sweeping Aegean views of the uninhabited island, where you can explore on your own or with an optional guided tour. Other bonuses include a snorkeling stop at nearby Rhenia island, a barbecue lunch served on board, and the option to include hotel pickup.
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Jan V wrote a review Sep 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria5,939 contributions1,044 helpful votes
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A bit low-graded area of the city with touristy shops and restaurants. The port itself is just a stop for the Seabus from new port and some boats to Dilos. What it impresses here are the views upon approaching it from the sea.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Nicolas C wrote a review Aug 2020
Limassol City, Cyprus635 contributions59 helpful votes
The area of old port is on the shore of town, touching the sea. You can walk from here through the pedestrian alleys to all Mykonos town's areas. Best time to be here is sunset, where you can get a good view from the famous Windmills. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes, as well as ice cream and crepe stores, but don't expect to find traditional stores here, you have to pass the port area, and get to the main area of town for that.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Luis-in-Arizona wrote a review Jul 2020
Gilbert, Arizona599 contributions104 helpful votes
We stayed at Mykonos Island for a couple of days, outside the old town at Platis Gialos, so we rented a car to drive to town. We parked our car at a large waterfront parking area right beside the Old Port, at the new marina on the way into town (parking is free). It extends from the port along most of the Tagoo area seafront. From there you will have about a 15-minute+ walk around the harbor to reach the Delos ferry quay. There also is a parking lot directly behind the windmills. The old port is a small town with narrow streets and tourist shops. We then wandered along the water front past cafes and shops along the water front and back through the labyrinth of tiny streets packed with with tourists. It is great for a walk in the late afternoon to watch the sunset and the estuary with the ships offshore. There are little places to sit and enjoy a coffee, watch the tourist pass by, with beautiful views of the boats and sea, as well as the beautiful whitewashed buildings and blue doors that are a beautiful blue like the water in the Aegean Sea. Just enjoy and take beautiful photos with vibrant colors and nice backgrounds. You could get lost in the maze of beautiful small streets with endless shops, bars, and restaurants. It was very busy when we were there at the end of June 2019 but we were still able to move around freely. Finally, we found our way to the windmills by walking through the row of restaurants in Little Venice.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Petrosey wrote a review Dec 2019
Coin, Spain170 contributions52 helpful votes
If you travel in on a cruise ship, then the old port area is probably your introduction to Mykonos. Explore the narrow streets around the harbour and walk over to the windmills. Admire the numerous cats that frequent the area. Amble around looking at the shops and galleries and take a rest for a coffee or lunch. Chill out! One of the jewels of the Greek islands.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ann622 wrote a review Nov 2019
South Windsor, Connecticut869 contributions117 helpful votes
We tendered into Old Port from our cruise ship on a sunny and very windy day. The first half of the day, the seas were rough but calmed down as the day went by - as evidenced by the number of seasickness bags brought onto the tender. Old Port, Mykonos is very picturesque as you easily wander small streets or alleys past restaurants, cafes, shops and windmills. Photo ops of the whitewashed buildings and blue doors that are a beautiful blue like the water in the Aegean Sea are everywhere! There are a number of restaurants and cafes along the port's waterfront to just sit back enjoy.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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