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**** By bus to/from airport and ports

***** Private hire between them

**** By air to Athens and other islandsa


There can be some confusion surrounding the name Mykonos Port. There are actually 2 ports in Mykonos – the Old Port and the New Port.

View the interactive Google map of the locations of Mykonos Town, the airport, the Old Port and the New Port. You can zoom in and out and click the pins or the menu icon in the top left of the map and you can flip between a map-view and a satellite-view.

The Old Port, the smaller of the two, is about 5 minutes’ walk from Mykonos Town and handles mostly the SeaJet catamarans. Yet more confusion – part of the Old Port is the quay from which tour boats leave for day-trips to the island of Delos; this quay is right in town close to the small white church and NO ferries leave from this quay. You have to walk around the harbour, past the square where the taxis wait and on past the Archaeological Museum to get to the Old Port.

Ferries using the Old Port near Mykonos Town:

  • Sea Jets

The New Port is larger and is about 1.5km from Mykonos Town in an area called Tourlos. It can be seen from the town and handles the big cruise ships and most of the inter-island ferries.

Ferries using the New Port at Tourlos:

  • Agoudimos
  • Blue Star Ferries
  • Cyclades Fast Ferries
  • Golden Star Ferries
  • Hellenic Seaways

If you’re carrying baggage you’ll probably need to take a taxi to the New Port. It’s often not easy to get a taxi when you arrive at the New Port. Most hotels will arrange a transfer, often free, to either port and also to and from the airport.

A not-very-frequent local bus runs between the Old Port and the New Port. See the KTEL bus company website for the timetable.

The Seabus is a great option for going between Mykonos Town, the Old Port and the New Port. It runs every hour or every half-hour when a cruise ship or two hit town. It takes less than 10 minutes and costs just €2 – worth it for the picture-taking potential alone. Check out the Seabus website.