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An easy guide for how to get to Delos by Ferry, Ports description and recommendations for local public transportation services. Explore the website and find all necessary details for the Ferry to Delos; Destinations and Routes with schedules and prices, Accommodation options with real time Availability and helpful tips for transfer opportunities in Delos!

Ferry to Delos

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Book your ferry to Delos with any ferry company that suits you better and enjoy your ferry trip in Greece! The “Easy-Way” booking system of Go-ferry, allows the most reliable online ferry reservations and offers cheaper, faster and better services for your favour destination.

Passengers are able to connect online with the reservation systems of the most Greek shipping companies such as Minoan Lines, Superfast Ferries, Anek Lines, Hellenic Seaways, Blue Star Ferries, Cyclades Fast Ferries, Seajets, Aegean Speed Lines and many more that support the electronic ferry-ticket and then compare prices, find information about routes and ships, look for alternative routes and print instantly their prepaid electronic ferry-ticket.
Buy your ferry ticket to Delos in advance and organise your trip to Greece better and on time. Have a nice trip to Delos!

Book in advance

Ferry Delos is much like any other form of travel when it comes to finding the cheaper deals. The further you book in advance, the more likely it is that you will find a better choice of cheaper fares. Leave booking until closer to the time and those cheap tickets will have already been sold. Not only that, but chances are there may not be the full choice of tickets available for the times or crossings you require. So get organized and book early your Delos ferry.

There are a many reasons why you should book your ferry to-fromDelos in advance.
Here's some of the most important:

Delos is a popular route that sell out well!

  • Don't be disappointed!

Reduce stress!

  • Don't waste time haggling with the local agencies.

Lock in your price to/from Delos!

  • Currency dips & price hikes won't affect you.

Save vacation time!

  • Plan & book now, not later.

Balance your vacation budget!

  • Charge ferry coasts on this month's credit card bill.


Select your accommodation

Conventional ferries to Delos:

  • Restaurants, cafes, bars, WCs, decks are available for any class of accommodation.
  • Economy deck seats are spread all over the ship and you can seat wherever you want – the ones inside the ship, near the bar or cafeteria are better since they are more comfortable to sit, like armchairs. The ones outside are like swimming pool plastic chairs and tables – not comfortable for long trips, but fun to stay during the day, watching the beautiful blue sea and having a drink. The economy class stores the luggage in racks spread all over the ship, and sometimes not close to the place where you are sitting.
  • Air seats are numbered seats so each passenger is assigned a specific seat. They are large and comfortable and if you intend to take a nap, that’s good enough. The seats are in separate private rooms on the ship. The numbers refer to the location of these “rooms” and that doesn’t make any difference. They are all the same. You enter through a private door to the lounge and at the back you have racks to store your luggage. It’s like a first class wagon on a train.
  • Business class or/and VIP is a separate section with larger seats with the most comfortable seating. Both Business and VIP have their own bars, and are restricted to passengers holding tickets for those sections.

Highspeed and Sea Jets catamaran Delos ferries:

  • Economy or/and Air seats are all that most people need. They are reserved/ numbered seats and roomier than economy on a jet airliner.
  • Business class or/and VIP is a separate section with larger seats on the upper deck with the most comfortable seating. Both Business and VIP have their own bars, and are restricted to passengers holding tickets for those sections.



Although it is a small sunny island (extends over 6 km2) in the center of Aegean Sea, it became the religious and cultural center of antiquity. According to mythology, god of light Apollo was born in this island. Ancient Greeks believed that “Adelos” Asteria (or “Invisible” Starfish - former name of the island) was floating on the sea. After god’s birth “Adelos” became Delos (Visible) and was tied to the bottom of the sea. It was a religious center from 1.000 B.C. and a trade center from 478 B.C. Nowadays the island is uninhabited but you can go there by boat that departs everyday from Mykonos Port (6 nm distance).

Delos has been inhabited since 2500 B.C. First came Kares tribe, then Mycenaeans and from 1100 B.C. Iones. Around 700 B.C. Delos was already a famous sacred Ionic center, where they organized a convention with Pan Hellenic events. Many Ionic cities such as Paros, Naxos, Samos and Athens offered the island several votives.
Persian invaders respected the island’s sacredness. The first Athenian Alliance was established here in 478 B.C. aiming to the protection of Ionic cities. In the 3rd century B.C. Delos was no longer influenced by Athens but by Macedonia. In the middle of the 3rd century many rich businessmen and bankers came here turning Apollo's sacred island into an important trade center. During Roman occupation the island was announced free port and many Roman merchants and ship owners came to live here. 20.000 Romans, Egyptians, Sirius Phoenixes and Jews live in Delos.

In 88 B.C. the island was destroyed by King of Pontos Mithridatis and lost completely its sacred identity. In the first Christian years the island’s population was shrunk and Delos fell into complete decay. Whatever was left from antiquity was pillaged in 727 A.D. by the iconoclast Byzantine emperor Leontas Isavros, in 769 A.D. by Slavs and in 821 A.D. by Saracens.


  • The small Sacred Lake
  • The Minoan Fountain
  • The Temple of the Delians
  • The Terrace of the Lions
  • The meeting hall of the Poseidoniasts
  • The Doric Temple of Isis
  • The Temple of Hera
  • The House of Dionysus
  • The House of the Dolphins
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