Paros Island features a small port which is easy to navigate. You will not have any trouble finding the gate as there are only three of them. If you are reaching Paros Port by car or bus from another location, be aware that there might be traffic. Most of the time there are two ships docked in the port and that has as an outcome a traffic jam.
To reach the port of Paros from other locations on the island you can use the local bus line, a taxi or a transfer service. It is useful to know that the local bus line has the final stop right next to port gates. If you choose a taxi or a transfer service, we suggest you make an appointment the day before. If you have a rental car, you can drop it off at the port after communicating with the rental agency.
We suggest you arrival 60 minutes before the departure.
You will not experience any difficulty in finding your ship due to the fact that the port is quite small. You will see it after all as you will first arrive on Paros Island.
After acquiring a ferry ticket from ferry-travel.gr you will receive an email which includes, among others your personal information and reservation number.
This is not a ticket yet. You will have to visit our office in order for us to print it. You can also print it in any travel agency in Greece which handles ferry tickets.
For example you can go to any travel agency in Greece that handles ferry tickets, show them the email from ferry-travel.gr and ask them to print you the ticket. There might be a handle fee of about 1€.
The fastest ferry trip from Paros to Mykonos takes 45 minutes and the longest takes 2 hrs and 20 minutes.
Mykonos is located in Cyclades and is one of the most popular destinations in the world. Therefore, the introduction of this island is almost unnecessary. The main port of Mykonos is located 3 km away from the island’s capital, Chora. The old port is located in Chora, and it is a large and picturesque bay.
To reach other locations of Mykonos Island, you can use the local bus line, taxi or transfer service. You can also use car rental services. In this case you can ask the rental agency to deliver your car to the port.
If you choose the local bus line to get to your destination from the port of Mykonos, it is important to know where the starting point is. As you will disembark from the ferry and turn left, you will walk for a few hundred meters and you will see the buses right in front of you.
Taxi in the port of Mykonos can be found in the same location as the buses. As you disembark from the ferry and turn to the left, you will see many of them. Most of Mykonos taxi are waiting for every ship’s arrival.
Mykonos Island features few attractions which are known on a global scale. Additionally, the island’s beaches are amazing and most of them consist of golden sand.
Let’s start with Mykonos beaches. Most of them are quite popular and you probably already saw their pictures somewhere online. We are of course talking about Ornos Beach, Psarou, Platis GIalos, Paradise Beach, Elia etc. Although they can get crowded during the high season, it is worth visiting a few for them. The nice aspect about Mykonos is that the island has a little bit more secluded beach. You can choose them if you like to relax and listen to the waves.
We believe that it is important for you to know that you can find traffic on the roads of Mykonos. Therefore, if you do, be patient and the beautiful landscape will reward you.
Mykonos Town is an attraction on its own. The beautiful narrow Cycladic alleys, the picturesque bay of the old port will be remembered for a lifetime. Of course the main sight of Mykonos Town is the Little Venice. You will find it on the northwest side of the town. You can enjoy lunch or dinner there, accompanied by the colourful houses and the sunset view.
Next to Mykonos there is Delos Islet which features one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Greece. It hosts an ancient town and if you are visiting Mykonos, you must not miss this attraction. It will take you for a trip back in time, as you walk on the paths where ancient people used to walk as well. Additionally, there is also the Archaeological Museum of Delos there.
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