Ok, you have decided that you would like to visit Mykonos. Don't worry! If you're already in Greece, you can easily go to the island, as there are regular flights from Athens airport, but also with high-speed boats from the port of Piraeus, Rafina or Lavrio. If not, Santorini is connected with flights to numerous international airports. Are your bags still not ready? Hurry up! Mykonos awaits!
From Athens to Mykonos by ship:
There are ferries and speedboats from the port of Piraeus to Mykonos on a daily basis. The journey by boat is approximately 5 hours and the most usual route is: Syros-Tinos-Mykonos. The speedboat ride is about 3 hours with a variety of routes. The speedboat returns back to Piraeus and departs again in the late afternoon. Ferries and speedboats also depart from the port of Rafina daily, going towards the islands of Andros, Tinos and Mykonos. The small speedboats transport only passengers and in less than 2,5 hours you can reach the port of Mykonos.
From Athens to Mykonos by plane:
Mykonos Airport is 4 km from Mykonos town and there is a taxi station outside the airport. Also within the airport you can find car rental agencies and an information kiosk.
From Mykonos to other destinations:
The island is connected to other islands of the Cyclades, the Dodecanese, Crete and Thessaloniki by ferry or high-speed boats, while you can fly to or from Thessaloniki, Santorini and Rodos islands.