Mykonos is perhaps the most famous of the Cyclades islands, well known for its fancy nights and cosmopolitan flair. The image of the pelican strolling at the port has drawn visitors for decades. Behind the scenes, however, one can find unspoiled beaches, remote villages and magnificent views.
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Mykonos can be reached by ferry as well as domestic and international flights. It is connected to several Greek ports all year round, including Piraeus (port of Athens).
There are two ports on Mykonos, the old port and the new port. Ferries arrive mostly at the new port.
You can visit Ferryhopper in order to plan your itinerary.
There is a bus service connecting most of the island’s villages and points of interest from May to early October. During the rest of the year, connections are much more limited but still existing for the most important villages.
You can check the timetables available at the Mykonos Bus service website.
Taxi, minibus and bus charter is available, as well as car, motorbike and squad rental.