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Mykonos to Paros

Mykonos to Paros ferries

Mykonos is a popular Greek island known for its vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and picturesque white-washed buildings. Visitors come from all over the world to experience the island's unique atmosphere and enjoy its many activities, including water sports, shopping, dining, and partying.

One of the iconic symbols of Mykonos is its collection of windmills, which were once used to grind grain and now serve as a popular tourist attraction and photo opportunity.

On the way to Paros you will probably will pass from Mykonos in the Season. You will find Mykinos to Paros ferries in the old port

Mykonos windmills

Directions and accommodation in Mykonos

Mykonos to Paros ferries

One of the ways to get to Paros is through Mykonos. Mykonos will be an intermediate stop for the onward ferry to Paros and we recommend you to spend a few days in Mykonos to enjoy from another picturesque Island that has a selection of special experiences.  

To reach from Mykonos to Paros with the ferry, you will take the ferry from the old port.

If you have only few hours from your flight to Mykonos to the ferry to Paros, you can leave your luggage in the old port and take the seabus to enjoy from the new port.

If you want to be near the ferry to have an easy continuation to Paros then old port is the area for booking a  hotel.

Mykonos - Where to stay?

Mykonos offers a wide range of accommodation options. The island is known for its luxurious hotels, villas, and resorts, many of which offer stunning sea views, private pools, and world-class amenities.

Mykonos Town: This is the island's main town and a popular area to stay. It's located on the west coast of the island and has a variety of accommodation options, from luxury hotels to budget-friendly guesthouses. Mykonos Town is also home to many of the island's best restaurants, bars, and shops. For booking hotel in Mykonos Town area.


Ornos: Ornos is a small village located on the southern coast of the island, just a short drive from Mykonos Town. It's a popular area to stay for families and those seeking a quieter atmosphere. There are many luxury hotels and villas in Ornos, as well as some budget-friendly options. For booking hotel in Ornos area.

Psarou: Psarou is a small bay located on the southern coast of the island, known for its crystal-clear waters and exclusive beach clubs. It's a popular area to stay for those seeking luxury accommodation and a lively atmosphere. There are several high-end hotels and villas in Psarou, many of which offer stunning sea views. For booking hotel in Psarou area.

Agios Ioannis: Agios Ioannis is a village located on the western coast of the island, known for its picturesque scenery and stunning sunsets. It's a quieter area to stay, with several luxury hotels and villas available. 

For booking hotel in Agios Ioannis area.

Ano Mera: Ano Mera is a traditional village located in the center of the island, known for its quaint streets and authentic Greek atmosphere. It's a popular area to stay for those seeking a more relaxed and peaceful atmosphere, with several guesthouses and villas available. For booking hotel in Ano Mera area.

Ftelia: Ftelia is a beach located on the northern coast of the island, known for its windsurfing and kite surfing opportunities. It's a quieter area to stay, with several guesthouses and villas available. For booking hotel in Ftelia area.

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Take a day trip to Delos: Delos is a nearby island that is home to several ancient ruins, including the Temple of Apollo and the Terrace of the Lions. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular day trip destination from Mykonos.

Unique experiences

Mykonos offers a variety of unique experiences, including photo shooting, water sports like kiteboarding, windsurfing, and jet skiing, island hopping, and shopping in designer boutiques and art galleries.


Mykonos has a vibrant food scene, and there are several culinary tours available to explore the island's gastronomic delights. These tours offer the opportunity to taste traditional Greek dishes like moussaka, souvlaki, and Greek salads, as well as local specialties like kopanisti cheese, louza ham, and pasteli. You can also visit local farms and vineyards to taste fresh produce and wines, or take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Greek dishes yourself.

Mykonos has several historic sites that offer a glimpse into the island's rich history and culture, including the nearby island of Delos with its ancient ruins, the unique Byzantine church of Panagia Paraportiani, the iconic windmills, the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, and the Church of Panagia Tourliani in the village of Ano Mera. These sites are must-visit destinations for anyone interested in history and culture.

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