Is it better to fly or take ferry from Athens to Mykonos?
If you’re arriving in Greece at Athens Airport and want to get straight out to Mykonos, the best way is to take a flight. If you’re planning to spend a couple of days sightseeing in Athens first, and then want to get to Mykonos, the best way is to take a ferry.
How do I get from Athens to Mykonos?
Ferries from Athens (Piraeus) to Mykonos
Mykonos is a 2.5 to 3-hour ferry ride from the Piraeus Ferry Port by the fastest highspeed ferries and catamarans, and 4 to 6 hours by the slower car ferries. Most ferries from Athens to Mykonos also stop in Syros and Tinos en route.
How much does the ferry to Mykonos cost?
How much does the ferry cost from Athens (all ports) to Mykonos? Ferry ticket prices range between 20.00 – 145.70 euros, depending on the ferry you choose to travel with. Infants and children up to four years old can usually travel for free.