Visit the impressive ancient ruins on the spectacular uninhabited island of Delos and next to the cosmopolitan Mykonos
Sail the Archipelagos from Naousa and visit the uninhabited island of Delos, to explore the most sacred of all the Greek islands in ancient times.
Get free time to wander around the impressive ruins, imagine ancient Greeks wandering around, and admire the excavated artifacts in the small museum.
Hiring a private professional licensed guide once you enter the archaeological site will upgrade your experience.
You can also join one of the groups formed on the spot to spare some cash by sharing the same guide.
Afterward, cruise to the posh island of Mykonos with free time to take advantage of.
Explore Mykonos Town with the premium brand shops at Matoyanni street and stroll in the pretty alleys all the way to the romantic "Little Venice" to enjoy a coffee or a cocktail with the sea washing your feet.
Some people even rent a scooter or a motorbike for a couple of hours to expand the exploration possibilities,
Climb on the hill to see the famous windmills up close and get spectacular views of the surroundings. Swim at the beach or have lunch at one of the traditional tavernas. Sail back to Paros in the early evening at the end of an amazing day.
Note: Please note, once you have booked, you will get the exact contact details, including a mobile phone number and email address, of the tour organizer, on your ticket.
9:30 Departure from Naousa port
10:40 Arrival on Delos
13:30 Departure from Delos to Mykonos
13:50 Arrival in Mykonos
17:00 Departure from Mykonos to Paros
18:20 Arrival Naousa Paros
Rarely, bad weather may also mean that, for your safety, a different itinerary is used. Here, no refund is possible. The tour organizer will always offer an equivelant itinerary taking the same amount of time and visiting equally impressive places (just those not so prone to bad weather) and offering an equally enjoyable experience that you are sure to treasure.
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