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Delos/Mykonos Excursion from Tinos

This tour features a guide for Delos Island; the best way to make the most of your visit.

Delos Terrace of the Lions
A morning departure with the Seajet catamaran will whisk you to Mykonos in only 20 minutes, where you can connect to local departure to Delos. Once on Delos, you will meet our guide and begin your tour.

Delos is the Sacred Island of Antiquity and the birthplace of Apollo. The entire island, all 5 square kilometers, is an archaeological monument, with remains of temples, houses, holy places and settlements dating back to the Neolithic period.

Following your guided tour of Delos, you will be transported by boat back to the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, where you will have plenty of time on your own to enjoy the sights, do some shopping, or have a quick bite, or a leisurely lunch.

Your Highspeed craft will depart Mykonos at 17:00 for the 20-minute trip back to Tinos. On certain days, there is the possibility to stay even longer on Mykonos. Just ask our agent in the Tinos Branch of Windmills and she will be happy to arrange your problem accordingly!

Notes: All tours are guided in the language of your choice ... English, French, Italian, German, or Spanish. The tours are usually monolingual.

From: Tinos Town


Delos (Island), Mykonos (Island)

Photo Gallery

Delos Sacred Island Archaeological Site
Delos Island At Spring Time (A Picture Taken By Henry Wu)

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