The cruise port of Mykonos in Greece is normally a port on a Mediterranean or Greek Isles cruise, but what is there to see in the cruise port of Mykonos, Greece?
The cruise terminal in Mykonos is just a dock and has nothing there. To get to the town of Mykonos you can either take the sea bus which is a short boat trip across the harbour or take a taxi.
There are not many taxis on the island, so I suggest using the sea bus.
The best way to see the beauty of Mykonos is on foot when inside the town or by going on a tour.
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What is there to see in the cruise port of Mykonos in Greece?
The cruise port of Mykonos is a gorgeous place to just walk around and take in the beauty of turquoise water, the whitewashed buildings and the narrow cobbled streets.
In the memorising streets of Little Venice, you can get lost amongst the churches, beautiful shops, bars and restaurants. Each street has a lovely contrast of white, blue and stunning pink flowers.
On the waterfront, there are lots of waterside restaurants that you can sit at and people-watch. In the summer months, there are a lot of tourists there.
The unique windmills of the island are scattered around the island. There are some right by the waterfront to see.
What Else to See in Mykonos
If you would like to see something apart from the town, you can venture to Delos.
Delos is an island near Mykonos which is an archaeological site and the mythological birthplace of Apollo.
See the ruins of temples, markets, an amphitheatre, houses and lion statues.
If the town or Delos is not your scene, maybe you fancy a day at the beach at the sandy beach of Fokos. Your cruise line may offer tours to these sites.
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I hope this article has given you lots of ideas for your next cruise including the port of Mykonos.
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