The Old Port of Mykonos is located in Mykonos town, just behind the famous Little Venice. The southern part of the Port is a place full of life 24 hours a day, as it attracts many visitors thanks to its central location. Many shops, bars, restaurants, hotels and the traditional fish market of the island are located nearby and can be discovered while walking through the town’s picturesque alleys.
It also offers magnificent views, as it happens to be the perfect location to gaze at one of the famous Cycladic sunsets and watch the picturesque town transform into a vivid night-life center after the golden hour.
A small sandy beach located in the Old Port is a nice spot for swimming, while for those interested in the historical sights of the island, the Archeological Museum of Mykonos is not far away.
Although it is no longer used for ferry arrivals and departures, the northern part of the Old Port has a wide variety of activities to offer, including organized tours and cruises. We highly recommend going on a sailing trip starting from the Old Port to visit nearby beaches or islands such as Delos and take a closer look at the deep blue Aegean waters.
Tours and activities related to Old Port of Mykonos
Delos is the most imporatnt sacred area of the anciemt world. It reaveals a history of 3,000 years.
According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music, of true and light, and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting.
Discover hidden spots and admire the picturesque white houses on a private sightseeing tour of Mykonos. Explore the most famous street in the city, photograph the windmills and Little Venice, and visit the old port.
Sail for 7 days in the Aegean sea and explore the beauties of Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Ios and Santorini. The sailing cruise starts in Mykonos, the party island, and during 7 days you will cruising around Cyclades with final destination being Santorini. What's even better? Snorkeling equipment, stand up paddleboards, and quad tours organised to have the ultimate fun during this 7-days sailing cruise