|Getting To Mykonos|
Mykonos is part of Greece's Cyclades island group in the Aegean Sea, approximately 100 miles from Athens. So, how do I get there, you ask? There are a number of options for getting to Mykonos islandů it's up to you to decide how quickly you want to get the party started!
There are two main domestic carriers, Olympic Airlines and Aegean Airlinesoperate daily up to 10 flights a day during peak season to the island from Athens International Airport at Spata. It is essential to book well ahead. There are also flights from Mykonos to Rhodes, Kos, Crete (Iraklio), and Santorini.
In summer time, there are many direct charter flights to Mykonos Greece from different countries of Europe, without transfer in Athens.
Happy Gay Travel main flights are on
from Gatwick, Manchester, and Luton, and also Thomson from London Gatwick. These flights operate from the April until October. Flying time is about three and a half hours.
Daily options are available on Olympic Airlines from Heathrow, and Aegean Airlines from London Stansted, and Heathrow. These flights operate with a change of aircraft at Athens. If you prefer top use this option, then please write us for further information.
From Austria direct flights available on Austrian myHoliday from Vienna.
From Switzerland direct flights available on Swiss Edelweiss Air from Zurich.
From France direct flights available on Transaviafrom Paris.
Transportation from Mykonos airport
Depending on where you are staying in Mykonos, on the popular beaches or in town, there is a great bus system and enough taxis to take you around. You can also rent cars, 4-wheelers and motoscooters. The roads in Mykonos wind around the rocky terrain and are narrow to many foreigners. Travel time from Paradise Beach to Hora is about 20-25 minutes, so driving a motoscooter into town after the beach day partying and drinking has brought tourist vehicle accident fatalities to unfortunate high numbers. The best way to get around the Hora is by foot. Get lost in the cubic white maze and narrow walkways of town adorned with beautiful balconies and flowers hanging from the top.
Mykonos has daily ferry connections with Piraeus, Rafina, Tinos, Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini and Andros. It is also frequently connected with Crete (Heraklion), Amorgos, Astypalaia, Kos, Rhodes and Samos. Less frequently is also connected with Ikaria, Serifos, Sifnos, Thessaloniki, Kalymnos, Nissyros, Tilos. Catamarans connect Mykonos to Piraeus, Tinos, Syros, Naxos, Ios. Excursion boats to Delos daily. More...
It is possible to take your car on a ferry from Athens to Mykonos, and this is popular with Greek visitors to the island. If you intend to hire a car, it's easy to hire on the island itself, with reputable international rental agencies represented on the island. Driving in Mykonos is laid-back, although visitors should be aware of the different road rules and etiquette. More...