From Naxos to Delos
To get from Naxos to Delos it usually takes 45 to 50 minutes with our motorboats. That, of course, depends on the motorboat speed and the weather conditions.
The distance between the 2 islands is approximately 18 nautical miles.
Delos is the birthplace of the twin gods Apollo and Artemis. It has held a crucial religious and strategic position in the area during antiquity. As the remnants reveal, the dedication of the ancient Greeks to their deities held an important place in their everyday lives.
The traces of civilization on Delos go back to the 3rd millennium B.C.
We estimate that it will take you 3 hours for a tour to the major archaeological monuments. Please note that the entire island of Delos, as well as the three neighbouring islands Rineia and Greater and Lesser Revmatiaris are in the list of Unesco’s World Heritage monuments since 1990.
To protect both the landscape and the antiquities by the visitors, specific pathways have been created and the area is under the supervision of trained personnel. They have, also, remained uninhabited and swimming is not allowed there.
We would advise you to hire a professional guide as soon as you arrive there, to get the most out of this unique tour.
From Delos to Mykonos
To get from Delos to Mykonos, it will take you approximately 15 minutes with one of our mini yachts. The distance is 6 nautical miles and, if you start your tour early enough, you will get the opportunity to enjoy both islands.
While at Mykonos, you will have at least 4 hours to spend as you wish. A visit to one or more of the island’s beautiful and lively beaches Ornos, Psarrou and Platys Gialos is an absolute must. And, while at Mykonos Town, do not forget to spend some time to Little Venice and enjoy the magnificent and romantic scenery.
For this tour you will need
- Swimming gear
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Comfortable and airy clothing
- A hat for the sun (you will spend quite some time under the warm Mediterranean sun)
- A good quality sun lotion to protect your skin
Please note that pets are not allowed at the Archaeological sites.