Ferry to Delos
Passengers traveling by ferry to Delos reach a rocky island in the Aegean Sea, which was considered to be the birthplace of God Apollo and Goddess Artemis!
What makes it unique is the fact that no other island in the whole world has that number of archeological monuments and antiquities. It’s considered such a sacred place that no one has ever been born or died on that island.
When traveling to the destination Delos, one is taken to a large archeological site. The monuments are well preserved due to its remote location and the fact that they are constantly preserved and restored by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. Architects, conservators, archaeologists and technicians visit the island frequently and work together so as to preserve the beauty and authenticity of the monuments. Among the most famous ones is the Terrace of the Lions, the statue of Aphrodite of Delos and the House of Dionysus. Those taking a ferry from Delos will have taken a memorable trip back in time.
Delos has a total area of 6.85 square kilometers and a central hill runs along the entire island. It’s populated only by 24 inhabitants most of them being the staff of the archeological site and the museum. Ferry routes to Delos are daily from Mykonos and the duration of the trip is 30 minutes. During high season, boats from Tinos and Naxos offer the service as well.
Ferry Port Delos
Delos is a very small island near Mykonos island excluded from mass tourism and without a developed touristic infrastructure. Nevertheless, in high season private minivans, usually organized by the accommodation estates in Delos, may transfer passengers from the port to the accommodation destination and vice versa.
Schedules & Prices Delos
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