DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF MYKONOS ISLAND
The Ftelia Beach
Ftelia Bay Boutique Hotel is located near the beach of Ftelia, just 600 m. away. This is one of the most famous beaches in Mykonos. Its’ a beautiful, sandy bay where the wind surfers love to spend endless hours at its waters. Ftelia is also known for the Neolithic settlement found here and the tomb of Iliad’s hero Ajax the Locrian. The beach is not organized and here your will really enjoy the sun and the sea with peace and quiet, but you can find restaurants and beach bars to enjoy the food and a coffee or a cocktail on the beach.
The Town (Chora) of Mykonos
Located just 4 km away the picturesque Chora of Mykonos is where all the famous restaurants, bars and shops are. Wander in the narrow streets of the island’s capital, enjoy the view from the windmills, have a cocktail at sunset time at the neighbourhood of Little Venice and enjoy the lively nightlife of an island like no other.
Ftelia Bay Boutique Hotel is located close to the only village of the island, Ano Mera, and the famous beaches of the island, like Kalafatis, Elia, Kalo Livadi and Lia. Starting from the hotel you will have the opportunity to discover the island and feel the thrills of Mykonos.
Travelling to Mykonos
There’s daily ferry connection between Mykonos to Piraeus and Rafina as well as the islands of Tinos, Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini and Andros. Mykonos is also frequently connected with the islands of Crete (Heraklion), Amorgos, Astypalaia, Kos, Rhodes and Samos. Less frequent but also available, especially during the summer season, are the ferry connections to the islands of Ikaria, Serifos, Sifnos, Kalymnos, Nissyros, Tilos and the city of Thessaloniki.
Catamarans connect Mykonos with Piraeus, Tinos, Syros and Ios, whereas excursion boats to Delos are available daily. There are daily flights to Athens International Airport, with the flight lasting 50 minutes, and several with Rhodes, Santorini and Crete (Heraklion).
HOW TO REACH US
There’s daily ferry connection between Mykonos and Piraeus, Rafina, Tinos, Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini and Andros. It is also frequently connected with Crete (Heraklion), Amorgos, Astypalaia, Kos, Rhodes and Samos. Less frequently is also connected with Ikaria, Serifos, Sifnos, Thessaloniki, Kalymnos, Nissyros, Tilos. Catamarans connect Mykonos with Piraeus, Tinos, Syros, Ios. Excursion boats to Delos daily. There are daily flights to Athens – West Terminal, 50 minutes – and several with Rhodes, Santorini and Crete (Heraklion).
Participants arriving by air:
Mykonos can be reached from most international airports via Athens. Arrival at Athens airport (Athens is served by the Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”)
From Athens to Mykonos airport:
Nearly all international flights arriving in Greece during this period allow adequate time for making the connecting flight to Mykonos, but because local flights have a minimum seating capacity, please book these flights early.
Olympic Airways, Flights Timetableswww.olympic-airways.gr
Cronus Airlines, Flights TimetablesAegean Airlines, Flights Timetableswww.aegeanair.com
Travel to Mykonos by boat from the Port of Piraeus:
For those participants having extra time, there is a regular ferry boat service to Mykonos from Piraeus offering a relaxing, pleasant journey. The cost is reasonable and takes an average of four to five hours. Reservations are not usually required on the ferry boats.
For exact times, call the port authorities at: + 30 10 422 6000.