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Ancient Delos Tour

Platys Gialos, Greece
Ancient Delos Tour

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icon5 hours  (Approx.)
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Uncover the myths and legends of ancient Greece on an educational tour of Delos from Mykonos. With an expert historian guide, discover ancient monuments like the Temple of Apollo and the Sacred Way. Enrich your historical knowledge at the Museum of Delos; marvel at the archaic Sanctuary of Artemis; and learn about the culture of the Greek empire from your expert guide. Opt to upgrade your tour to include lunch at a Mykonian farm and a walking tour of Mykonos Old Town.
  • Half-day tour of the ancient town of Delos from Mykonos
  • Visit archaic monuments like the Temple of Apollo and the Sanctuary of Artemis
  • Learn about the fascinating history of the Greek empire from your expert guide
  • Upgrade your tour to include lunch at a Mykonian ranch and a walking tour of Mykonos Old Town
  • Get picked up and dropped off at your hotel or cruise ship port
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Professional tour guide for ancient Delos
Lunch (only if option is chosen)
Hotel or port pickup and drop-off (unless option is not included)
Entrance fees to the museum are not included (12 euro per person)
Any fees not indicated as included

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Traveler pickup is offered


  • Mykonos New Port, Tourlos 846 00, Greece

  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Suitable for cruise ship day stops
  • Our company is not responsible for the client’s failure to appear at the meeting point for the booked tour or activity.
  • Last minute cancellation of flights or inability to disembark from a cruise ship, is not our company’s responsibility, therefore any refund requests due to such incidents will not be accepted. Should the client be aware of such a change, he/she is requested to communicate with our company more than 24 hours before the tour or activity starts, in order to discuss possible date or time amendment (subject to availability)
  • Refund requests for last minute cancellations (up to 24 hours before the tour or activity), for any reason, will not be accepted.
  • All clients are kindly requested to send their preferred meeting point and location until 3:00pm of the previous date, regarding their pick-up for the booked tour or activity. Should they fail to do so, our company will do anything it can in order to locate them (telephone, email, etc), however it is not responsible for any failure to meet them. Meeting points could be, anywhere on the island and the information necessary is either the hotel name or the name of the cruise ship they are arriving with. In the occasion that they are staying at an apartment, clients are requested to send us a google map, a nearby hotel or any information that would help us locate them. Any delay of behalf of the client (up until 15 minutes that we will be waiting for them) affects the transfer schedule and disrupts the smooth conduct of the tour/activity.
  • For no-name accommodations, our company will set the most convenient location for the pick-up.
  • For accommodations that are located in a pedestrian zone, our company will set the best possible pick-up point.
  • Our company is not responsible for knowing whether the client is supposed to book transfer or not. The transfer schedule is prepare less than 24 hours before the operation, therefore we cannot predict such necessity.

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Ancient Delos Tour?
A:The policy on face masks and attendee health is:

  • Face masks provided for travelers
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What is the policy on sanitization during Ancient Delos Tour?
A:The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
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What is the social distancing policy during Ancient Delos Tour?
A:The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
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What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Ancient Delos Tour?
A:The policy on staff health & safety is:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
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Traveler Tips

  • "There are refreshments on the boat so plan ahead, bring a hat and sunscreen as there is no shade." See review
  • "This tour is a must if you are staying in Mykonos for more than one day." See review


166 Reviews

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Sweat equity worth it
, Sep 2021
To come to Mykonos and skip Delos would be a shame. Our guide brought the ancient site to life with her knowledge (and candor). The day was hot but I’ll put in this sweat equity for a great experience any time.
Great tour down the history lane!
, Sep 2020
This was a very good tour, though it didn't start well for us. We had actually booked last minute after speaking a Viator agent who contacted the tour operator on the ground and confirmed the tour with a hotel pick-up/drop. We got picked-up on time and our guide Alexandra, a bubbly person with full of information gave us a briefing en route to the port, however upon arrival we learnt to our disappointment that there was some issue with the agency that booked our tickets and their communication to the company that operated the ferry, consequently we couldn't be on the boat as they were sold out and could operate only on limited capacity due to COVID! However, this we later learnt wasn't the issue as the ferry company has a monopoly on that route and there was some issue with that tour company thru which we had booked out tickets and hence we couldn't be on board, because our tickets were transferred to the next day and they took us on board even though I am not sure that the problem they had cited was resolved. Nevertheless, we were able to get to Delos. It was extremely windy on that day resulting in a choppy sea and high waves. Even though it was less than an hour's travel to the Delos island, this didn't go down well for those with sea-sickness (something to be considered). However, the tour on the island made up for it and there is something about that island, the feelings you get and the vibes it generates, it's very special. And all that history dating to thousands of years and to think that a flourishing civilization existed on that island which was a major religious centre and a port (more than Mykonos). Our guide Athina, a very knowledgeable person, guided us through the island and it's history in great patience and we were longing for more. Time was short as we only had few hours (morning tour) and there was only ferry per day and covid complicatons, so we couldn't do full justice in visiting the whole island and had to be contented with part of it. However, we do hope to return sometime in the future and do the full island tour exploring every nook and corner. Highly recommended tour. Just be warned of the sea Mykonos is one of the windiest of all islands, it has a bearing on the sea (choppy) and high waves, which was the case on that day of our cruise, even though the cruise lasted less than a hour, it was hard to take for some experiencing sea-sickness.
Delos the delightful
, Feb 2020
This was fascinating. To be in a place with so much history was almost magical. This is a tour to do on a day when the temperature is not high as there is no shade and when we went no shop available. So take a hat, plenty of water and sunscreen. Good for people who don't like boats because the ferry ride is only 30 minutes.
A nust-see if you are in Mykonos
, Nov 2019
It was a fantastic tour with our very knowledgeable tour guide. Group was small so no trouble seeing or hearing unlike some of the larger groups. Ferry ride was about 30 minutes. Tour guide purchased our tickets after we gave her the money so we did not have to wait long in line.
Would book again
, Oct 2019
This was a great smaller tour. The guide was very informative and patient considering we had a three year old in tow. This was one of my favorite stops on my vacation.
, Oct 2019
The tour guide was very knowledgeable, if you like ancient history of delos this the tour who want to take.The driver and guide was on time and nice.
Your better off going on your own
Noelle M
, Oct 2019
Sorry to say but our tour guide was not a very pleasant person. She arrived a bit late. Seemed a bit disorganized. We were on a tight timeline due to being on a cruise so there was some concern that we wouldn't see everything. This was definitely just a job for her and there was no passion behind what she was speaking about. I feel like we could have just worn one of those recording things and got more information.
, Oct 2019
We were on a cruise ship and a bit nervous about planning a tour with outside that offered by the cruise line. There was no need for worry. Our guide gave us a clear meeting point and she was punctual in meeting us there. The tour was very informative and the guide was knowledgeable, but she seemed a bit gruff (admittedly it was pouring rain, so that could account for the gruffness). I really enjoyed this tour, but it required we purchase an additional ticket to enter Delos and it required a moderate amount of walking and transport by boat. Definitely wear comfortable shoes, take something to drink, and use the restroom prior to exiting the boat, as facilities are limited once there.
A good way to experience a very crowded site
, Oct 2019
The tour was very good. The guide was knowledgeable, clear, and happy to answer any questions. The meeting place was right near the boarding area, and because we were in a group, we did not have to wait on line for tickets. We strongly recommend choosing a small group. Some of the groups we ran into were very large, saw less, and were difficult to negotiate.
Expect to walk a long way if you're part of a cruise
, Sep 2019
While the site of Delos is extremely interesting, it does need to be done by someone with enthusiasm. Unfortunately, our guide was not terribly enthused and there was enough miscommunication during the tour to make it one of our least favorite ones. In addition, the instructions for meeting the bus were not correct, the bus was late, and the driver almost didn't pick up our group because he expected us to be somewhere that wasn't close to the ship unlike the other drivers. Just a note of warning: If you're coming from a cruise ship, expect about a half mile or more of walking on cobblestones before you get to the ferry. Rather than making use of the Water Taxi (for 2 euros) that will drop you right beside the ferry from the cruise ship, they ask you to take a bus that drops you quite a bit from the ferry, requiring you to walk.

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