This short video includes aerial views of Delos island, film of the excursion boats that ferry visitors between Mykonos and Delos and, at the 1:39 mark of the clip, a schedule of boat trips and prices for tickets and guided tours in 2017
Time changes: If you’re visiting Mykonos this summer and hope to take a daytrip to explore the historic ruins and museum at nearby Delos island, take note there has been a slight change to the time excursion boats will return from Delos in the evening during 2017. The last boat back to Mykonos will now depart Delos at 7:30 p.m., a half hour earlier than last year.
That’s the only significant change (so far, at least) to the information provided in my Visiting Delos in 2016 blog post. Prices for the boat rides remain at €20 per adult and €10 for children aged 6 to 12. Kids under 6 can still ride for free.
Guided half-day tours still cost €50 per adult and €25 per child between 6 and 12 years of age. There is no charge for kids under 6 to join the guided tours, which are available from May 2 until the end of October.
The ferry ticket and tour prices do not include the government-imposed fee for admission to the Delos archaeological site, which is €12 per person again this year, and which is payable at the entrance gate on the island.
For full details about Delos excursions from Mykonos, consult the website for Delos Tours — the company that operates the boat service between the islands.
For photos and information about what you can see and do on Delos, check out my previous articles about daytrips to the island.
In the meantime, take a look below at the three videos I have posted to inform and inspire you prior to your Delos visit.
This 2.5-minute clip, flimed by www.sky-net.co.uk, shows drone views of the Delos archaeological site
This 6-minute film, by sitesandphotosvideo, offers an overview of some of the most significant sites on Delos
Learn more about Delos and its fascinating history in this beautifully-filmed 23-minute video by Andonis Kioukas