The island Mykonos is situated in the Cyclades of Greece and captivates its visitors with its whitewashed houses, glam-packed beaches and party lifestyle. Its main harbor, the port of Mykonos, is not located in one area - it consists of the Old Port that lies 400 m north of Hora, the old town, as well as the New Port in the area of Tourlos. As a result, be sure to ask the port agent in Mykonos from which of the two ports your ferry departure will take place. Altogether, five ferry companies offer services from Mykonos ferry port to the surrounding islands as well as the mainland ports of Athens and Kavala.
Travelers can book a ferry from the port of Mykonos to Ios, Naxos, Paros, Rafina/ Athens, Syros, Rethymnon/ Crete and Tinos. Most of the ferry services to the above mentioned destinations are only provided on a seasonal basis. Hellenic Seaways and Sea Jets offer Mykonos ferry crossings seasonally to Santorini and Heraklion/ Crete. Trips to Andros, Tinos and Rafina/ Athens are available on a regular basis with Golden Star Ferries and Cyclades Fast Ferries. Sea Jets goes seasonally from Mykonos port to Koufonissi, Folegandros, Milos, Anafi, Katapola/ Amorgos, Sifnos and Piraeus/ Athens.
Hellenic Seaways provides ferry trips all year round from Mykonos to Chios, Mytilene/ Lesvos, Kavala, Vathi/ Samos, Limnos and Piraeus/ Athens, as well as seasonal crossings to Agios Kirikos/ Ikaria, Fourni, Evdilos/ Ikaria, Patmos, Iraklia, Schinoussa and Karlovassi/ Samos. In addition, Small Cyclades Lines offers year-round routes between Mykonos ferry port and Katapola/ Amorgos, whereas Anek Lines/Aegean Pelagos provides a regular service to Rhodes, Diafani/ Karpathos, Karpathos town itself, Halki, Kasos and Sitia port in Crete. Furthermore, Blue Star Ferries plies regularly from the port of Mykonos to Piraeus/ Athens.