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We offer private guided tours of Mykonos island with a variety of luxury and airconditioned vehicles. Depending on the number of participants we use private cars, mini vans or coaches. We use the best available professional guides and escorts.

Below are some examples of the Mykonos island guided excursions we offer. These can be changed to fit your requirements. If you are visiting Mykonos island with a cruise ship, we will arrange to meet you at port and return you to the port when the Mykonos private tour is completed.


4 hours - everyday

Pick up in front of the cruise ship at the agreed time (if ship docks at the new port of Tourlos meeting at the gate, if the tender boats dock at the pier of the old port meeting at the pier) or from your hotel. This tour in combine a car driving tour around the Island of Mykonos and a walking tour in the old city.  By driving around you will have the chance to see the beautiful and romantic white sandy beaches of the Island and also you will go to see the old city from the top road.

Walking in the city, You start with a visit to the Mykonian Archeological Museum which has a number of exhibits from the island of Delos.

Next you walk tour through the narrow whitewashed streets, where you will appreciate the fact that its confusing layout was designed to foil the attacking pirates. Your next stop is the traditional 15th century bakery which is still operational today and one of the few bakeries in Greece which still uses wood burning ovens.

You will stroll through picture-perfect Little Venice, so called due to its striking resemblance in design to the famous canal city. You will also see the famous windmills, an island trademark, which offer a wonderful photo opportunity.



Tuesdays & Wednesdays

16:30 - 20:30

Saturdays & Sundays
09:30 - 13:45

Mykonos - Labyrinth and Landscape... A pearl in the Aegean Sea - blue sky, beautiful snow- white houses, lovely beaches everywhere...
Starting the City-and Island tour by walking the small and narrow streets, we have many possibilities to take nice photographs in the early morning, quiet city.
We get orientation and information in the labyrinth of the old town as well as impressions of the small port and the churches in town. Of course we will see the famous wind-mills and find Petros The Pelecan, the mascot of Mykonos.
After this we are exploring the island with a bus, visiting some of the most famous beaches and the inner land- scape. We see fishermen and kaikis, small private chapels and houses built in typical cycladic style.
In the second main village of Mykonos, Ano Mera, an idyllic place 6km from town, where the guests have enough free time for a stroll around the traditional square and they can visit the monk monastery Panagia Tourliani built in the 16th century.
Next stop is Kalafatis beach were there is time to relax a little and have a coffee or a refreshment (not included in the price), before going back to town and to reach a place with a fantastic view all over the town and neigh- bour islands.
A Half-Day-Trip with a lot of impressions and useful information!





Departures:  Saturday: 17:15 - 21:15

Saturday walk through Mykonos town's labyrinth of small, narrow streets; first to the Agricultural Museum, then the 6 famous windmills, and the Folklore Museum, located in an 11th century house. Tour continues to, "Lena's House", a traditional Mykonian 19th century house in center town, and the Nautical Museum next door. Last stop is a typical Greek taverna for wine tasting. Languages: German, English.
Departures: Saturday, starts at Fabrika Square in Town at 17:30, ends at 21:30.




10:00 - 13:30
Visit one of the most important archaeological sites of Greece :

Only a 45 minute boat ride away from Mykonos Delos was the centre of the Cyclades of the ancient world, the island of light, birthplace of Apollon and Artemis, home to the first multicultural civilization and trade.
There is a lot to see: having been inhabited between 2500 and 69 b.C. Delos boasts of many treasures remaining from these times like the ancient market place Agora, the famous terrace of the Naxos lions, the holy lake, the ancients living quarters and theatre that give you a lively vision of the daily life then; especially the houses of Dionysos, Kleopatra, the Trident, the Masks, the Dolphins with their mosaics are a fantastic experience of art not to be missed.
Furthermore there are the Temple of Isis, the Egyptian goddess, the Roman water system and cisterns and the wonderful museum with plenty of breathtaking mosaics, statues and many more objects found during the excavations.
On our guided tour you depart at 10pm from the old pier in Mykonos Town and you return at 2.30 pm. If you wish to remain a little bit longer you can also take the last boat back at 3 pm in order to have some time at leisure or maybe climb on Mount Kynthos to enjoy the view over all the surrounding Cycladic islands.






Embark a unique afternoon cruise, pass by famous small islands and enjoy your drink under the amazing sunset of Mykonos!
The route takes us to Delos with a view to the ancient harbor and the ruins, then between Delos and the coast of Rhenia past the little islands "Ano and Kato Rematiaris" towards the South to the uninhabited islands "Prassonissia" where we can enjoy the magic light of the sun setting over Delos.
On board there is a choice of drinks between sparkling wine, white wine, Gin 6 tonic, Ouzo, beer and soft drinks which is offered with small snacks.
Return to Ornos Bus station at 20.30 after experiencing a beautiful sunset.


  • Pass by the famous islands of Delos & Rhenia
  • See the ancient harbor & the ruins of Delos
  • Enjoy your drink on board
  • See the amazing sunset
  • Taste small snacks



Tuesdays & Fridays
12:15 - 22:00

Only 45 minutes away is Tinos, the gorgeous neighbour island of Mykonos. Being three times bigger it has a lot to offer:
- Tinos town and the most famous and important church of Greece, the Evangellistria, with its miraculous icon and magic atmosphere
- The womens monastery Kechrovouni high up in the mounains which is inhabited by 40 nuns
- The traditional village Volax, home to the basket makers
- The valley of the pigeon houses from the Venetian time
- Pirgos, the centre of the marble arts
- The peaceful fishing bay of Panormos with its lovely fish tavernas
- Continiously changing scenery of landscapes, traditional villages and views over the Agean Sea and surrounding islands.
Please note that for the visit of the church and monastery there are strict clothing rules: sleveless shirts and shorts are not permitted. Men must wear long trousers that go below the ankle.




Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays
10:00 - 18:00
A Full-Day-Trip with a traditional boat at the southern coast of Mykonos.

Relax, enjoy the sun, watch the crystal clear seawater, see quiet beaches...
Meeting point is the pier of Aghios Giannis. We get aboard the traditional boat Dolphins of Delos which takes us along the south coast towards the East. If the wind is strong south, then we are going towards the north coast.
We head for the uninhabited island of Dragonissi, well known for its beautiful coastline and caves. If the weather permits we go into the caves with a dinghy.
We return to the coast of Mykonos and stop at the deserted beach of Frangias. Here we have enough time for swimming and snorkeling and we offer ouzo, wine, juices & water together with a lunch (bread, olives, tomatoes, cucumber, tzatziki, dolmadakia, giant beans, meatballs).
After lunch there is enough time to spend on the beach. The boats leave for the next beach of Paradise. Here we have time for a coffee break another swim and there is also a station for water sports.
Then we head back towards the pier of Aghios Giannis in the evening sun after a day full of activities and beautiful impressions.
The One Day Cruise - Sun And Fun For Everyone!



Contact Details

Name: Nikolas Zafiriou or Maria Renieri
Tel: +30-22860-21470
Fax: +30-22860-21475
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