Mykonos transportation

Mykonos transportation
About transportation in Mykonos island, Greece

Mykonos provides a well-developed road network offering visitors an easy access at the surrounding villages and beaches. The world-famous island is extremely busy during the summer and it is likely to meet traffic, especially towards the popular beaches (Paradise and Super Paradise).

Buses

Buses are the cheapest way to move around the island serving many routes, particularly to the most tourist places of Mykonos. Itineraries are daily and start from, early in the morning till late at night. There are three bus stations in Mykonos Town, serving various destinations:
Fabrika Station: The bus goes to Platis Gialos, Psarou, Ornos, Agios Ioannis, Paradise and Paranga
OTE Station: The bus goes to Ano Mera, Kalafatis and Elia Old Port: The bus goes to the new port (Tourlos) and Agios Stefanos

Taxis

Taxi is the most comfortable mean of transport in Mykonos, although it is a bit expensive. Most of the taxis are found just outside the port, the airport and at the central square of Mykonos, right next of the statue of Manto Mavrogenous. Alternatively, you can book your taxi online.

Car and Motorbike Rentals

In Mykonos, there are many car rentals to get around the island. Make sure you drive safe because there is much traffic on the island in high season.

Boats

From the old port of Mykonos, traditional boats depart for the beaches on the southern side of the island, including Paraga, Paradise, Super Paradise and Elia. There are also daily trips to the famous island of Delos, a neighboring open archaeological site.

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