the perfect location in mykonos
KOUROS HOTEL & SUITES IS PERFECTLY SITUATED IN FRONT OF THE NEW MARINA, AT THE ENTRANCE OF MYKONOS TOWN AND ONLY 500M AWAY FROM THE NEAREST BEACH.
Offering a panoramic view of the old and new Mykonos ports, Delos Island and the Aegean Sea, Kouros Hotel & Suites lays just a breath away from the vibrant Mykonos Town center.
In Mykonos Town, guests can enjoy the shopping, restaurants and famous nightlife of Mykonos Island.
The port is 1 km away, the airport is 7 km away and Kouros Hotel & Suites Hotel offers free transportation to its guests upon arrival and departure, following communication with our Guest Relations Officer.
close to the town
From Mykonos Airport (JMK), the distance to Kouros Hotel & Suites is 7 kilometres on an approximately 15 minutes’ drive.
Upon arrival and departure, Kouros Hotel & Suites offers complimentary transportation to its guests upon request.
Cars, ATVs and motorbikes are available for hire and are conveniently delivered to the Hotel upon booking.
Taxi service is available for all locations throughout Mykonos Island.
The island’s attractions & sights are easy to reach by rented vehicles or taxi service.
There is also availability for public bus transportation that serves specific locations on Mykonos Island.
City Entrance – 300m
Mykonos Old Port – 300m
Mykonos New Port – 1.2km
Little Venice – 1.3km
Mykonos Windmills – 1.4km
Island of Delos – 8.4km
By ferry boat or hydrofoil from Piraeus Port or Rafina Port
Piraeus Port Tel. +30 210 422-6000 to 04
Rafina Port Tel. +30 22940 22300 and +30 22940 22487
Hellenic Seaways Piraeus Tel. +30 210 419-9000
Blue Star Ferries Rafina Tel. +30 210 891-9800
By airplane from Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”
Athens Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” Tel. +30 210 353-0000
Olympic Air Athens: Tel. +30 210 355-0500 or 801-801-0101
Aegean Airlines Tel. +30 626-1000 or 801-11-20000
Mykonos Airport: Tel. +30 22890 79000
Olympic Air Mykonos: Tel. +30 22890 22490
Olympic Air Mykonos Airport: Tel. +30 22890 22327
Aegean Airlines Mykonos Airport: Tel. +30 22890 28720
Mykonos Port: Tel. +30 22890 22218
Hellas Seaways Mykonos: Tel. +30 22890 22322
Blue Star Ferries Mykonos: Tel. +30 22890 28240
From Mykonos, you can also visit the other Cycladic Islands, the Dodecanese Islands and Crete by ferryboat or hydrofoil.
to feel like
Mykonos lies 150 km South-East of Athens. Native population is approximately 8,500 and covers an area of about 88 square Km.
Surrounded by brilliant blue sky and the shimmering Aegean Sea, the legendary island of Mykonos is a picture-postcard come to life.
With its whitewashed churches, windmills, quaint cobbled streets and pristine beaches, this stunningly beautiful island captures the very essence of Greece.
Mykonos belongs to the Cyclades group of islands located in the center of the Aegean Sea. It is a small island yet offers much more than many of the big islands do.
Mykonos is a famous international holiday resort, as well as a celebrity spot, attracting several thousands of visitors from all parts of the world.
It has maintained its appeal as a world famous holiday destination providing a nice climate, beautiful beaches, ample services and facilities as well as a vibrant nightlife scene in Mykonos Town.
It is undeniable: Mykonos has a natural beauty that is hard to compete with, the gently curving beaches, water like liquid glass and a town that looks like it came straight out of a story book. There is a distinct sense of unreality about it because of its scale and vividness of color, which give it a toy-village feel. The buildings are perfectly white with multicolored doors and shutters.
Its tiny twisting streets have cobblestones picked out in white and are narrow enough to traverse with one step in some places.
Glimpses down alleys reveal a medley of little bridges between houses and balconies, stairways and porches, all carved out of the same white stone of the building they sprout from. Shops squeeze next to each other, o_ering traditional knitted cotton-wear, leatherwork, famous exquisitely wrought jewelry, artwork, T-shirts and unexpectedly sophisticated boutiques. These are interspersed with small but impressive churches, pretty little tavernas, restaurants and bars.
The landscape is breathtaking as the rocky land comes in contrast with the bright blue sea and sky. One of the most spectacular advantages of the island is that sandy beaches surround the whole of it. There is such a huge variety to please every taste, that none of the other islands in Greece o_er; there are the quiet, secluded beaches, the busy ones, with sea-sports and _nally beaches that play loud music and have a party/clubbing atmosphere! The crystal blue sea is always irresistible. There are many sports that one can enjoy in the island, such as windsur_ng, water-skiing, scuba diving (i.e. underwater caves, shipwrecks, ancient pots), horse riding,swimming and tennis.
Mykonos is a busy island with all the facilities of a modern resort and with plenty to do by day or night, for those who want to have a lively time. Yet visitors fond of more peaceful holidays will find quiet places in which to relax.
Archaeological Museum of Mykonos
Aegean Maritime Museum
Folklore Museum in Mykonos Town
Panagia Paraportiani Church at Kastro
Mykonos Tourist Police: +30 22890 22482
Mykonos Police Station: +30 22890 22235
Mykonos Port Authority: +30 22890 22218
Medical Center: +30 22890 23994 & 23997
Taxi Service: +30 22890 22400 & 23700
There are many attractions for the culturally thirsty to see on and around Mykonos. Some of the most impressive sites to visit are,
Visitors should not leave Mykonos without taking a walk through the beautiful maze-like streets of Mykonos Town and the lovely Alefkandra of Mykonos also known as Little Venice, home to many artists and one of the most photographed places in Europe.
In Ano Mera, it is worthwhile exploring the Monastery of Panagia Tourlianis, as well as the Castle. In Platis Gialos, travelers should visit the Well of Giannaros and the three Hellenistic Towers.
Lastly, tourists must visit the isle of Delos, a historical jewel of ancient Greece (the entire island has been declared a museum by the Greek government), located just opposite of Mykonos.