Delos (Dilos)
Delos (Dilos)
Delos (Dilos)

Delos (Dilos) Tours and Tickets

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Discover archaeological ruins and ancient Greek history during a trip to Delos, an island in the Cyclades, near Mykonos. Known as the mythological birthplace of Apollo, Delos was an important religious and cultural center in Ancient Greece. Visit to see the ruins, including a theater, temples, monuments, private homes, and markets.

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Mirta_A, Sep 2023
Wonderful experience
Crew were friendly, accomodating and knowledgeable. Highly recommend this tour!! Food was good and authentic. Yacht was clean and comfortable.1
Michael_H, Nov 2023
Beautiful day in Mykonos
Really fun excursion, in a really beautiful place! Crew was really friendly and informative. Highlight was when dolphins swam up to the boat!
SusanLeslie_S, Oct 2023
Delos tour
Delos is incredible. Our two guides knew their history and were very accomidating, our sailboat was beautiful as well as comfortable. We enjoyed the opportunity to swim in the clear waters, we would recommend this tour.
Mark_S, Oct 2023
Great day on the water and at Delos
If you want to visit the very interesting historical Island of Delos and also spend some time snorkeling and sailing then this is the tour for you. The sailboat was great (not a catamaran) as were the drinks and the food. Lunch was superb and a nice surprise. I highly recommend this excursion.
People Also Ask
Q:How long do I need in Delos?
A:To fully indulge in its magic, 2–3 hours is the minimum for a day trip to Delos. However, if you're an enthusiastic archaeology lover looking to gain more profound insights, there's no harm in allocating a whole day to exploring the island thoroughly from Mykonos or another island.
Q:Is Delos worth seeing?
A:Yes. Nestled in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Delos Island is one of Greece's most important archaeological sites. From its rich history and crumbling ruins to its stunning landscapes, there is no shortage of reasons to visit this picturesque Greek island for the day.
Q:Is Delos open on Monday?
A:Yes, Delos is open and can be visited on Mondays—but plan ahead. Ferries are available from Mykonos, or day tours also operate daily during summer when visitor numbers are at their highest.
Q:Are there toilets on Delos?
A:Yes, there are toilets on Delos. If you find yourself wandering around the uninhabited island, you can find facilities in the museum and the gift shop. Otherwise, there are hardly any other facilities on the island, so be aware of your needs as you explore.
Q:Can you swim in Delos?
A:No, swimming is not allowed on the island as it's a protected archaeological site. However, pristine beaches and crystal-clear coves are nearby. If you visit on a day tour from adjacent islands, you may have the chance to stop for a swim away from the island.
Q:Can you eat on Delos?
A:Unfortunately, no cafes or shops sell food on Delos, so plan ahead. You'll want to ensure you have packed enough snacks for your visit or enjoy a lunch served as part of a day tour of the island.