The Greek island of Mykonos is situated in the center of the Aegean Sea 150
kilometres east of Athens and is part of the group of islands known as the
Cyclades. Although it is the most famous of this group it is actually the
smallest, covering an area of just 90 square kilometres.
By ferry from Piraeus 94 nau.mi, 6 hours by
The island can be reached by air from Athens (daily service
from Athens airport and more than ten flights a day during peak periods),
Rhodes, Santorini and Herakleion (Crete). The flight from Athens lasts 30 to 35
minutes. If you prefer to travel by ship, you have a choice of ferries, flying
dolphins, hydrofoils, or catamarans that leave from Piraeus, Rafina, and
Lavrion. The distance from Piraeus is 94 nautical miles and from Rafina 71
nautical miles. The trip by a "normal speed" ferry from Piraeus takes about 6
hours, while the respective one from Rafina takes about 5 hours, but there is a
variety of faster vessels (high-speed ferries) to choose if you want to cut that
time to almost the half.
Information: Piraeus Port
Authority, tel.: (+30) 210 4226000
By ferry from Rafina port 71
nau.mi, 2.5 hours by
Information: Rafina Port Authority,
tel.: (+30) 22940 22300
Hellenic Seaways has been actively covering
destinations to many Islands in Greece since November 1999. It is the leading
Greek maritime company which serves over 35 ports in the Cyclades,
Argosaronikos and the Sporades islands with its 34 privately owned vessels.
Information about sea
routes (Greece-Italy, Cyclades Islands, Ionian Islands, )
- Mykonos International
Postcode: 84600 P.O BOX: 521
Tel : +30 22890
+30 22890 79016
Information on all flights and timetables.
Tel: (+30) 210 9666666
A name identical with beautiful journeys, since high
quality services are offered to all passengers, making every flight a unique
- Athens International
Get into detailed information on all
scheduled flights from our airport.
Tel.: (+30) 210