In 1990, UNESCO inscribed Delos on the World Heritage List, citing it as the "exceptionally extensive and rich" archaeological site which "conveys the image of a great cosmopolitan Mediterranean port".
Delos, Home of the God of light
Even though it is one of the smallest islands in the Aegean, Delos (just 6.85 km2) was the most famous and sacred of all islands in antiquity, since, according to the legend, it was there that Apollo-Helios, god of daylight, and Artemis-Selene, goddess of night light, were born – it was, in short, the birthplace of Light, which the Greeks always regarded as precious.
|Ticket price for Mykonos-Delos round trip||20,00 €|
|Ticket price for children from 6 to 12 years old||10,00 €|
|For children under 6 years old||Free|
Entrance fee at Delos Site: 12,00 € per person.
Half-Day Guided Tours to Delos available from April 25th till October 31st.
Children 6-12 years old: 25,00€.
Children under 6 years old for free.
The price includes:
Kindly pay attention on the days of operation per language:
|6 March||Melina Merkouri Memorial Day|
|18 April||International Monuments Day|
|18 May||International Museum Day|
|5 June||World Environment Day|
|The last weekend of September||European Days of Cultural Heritage|
|Sundays from November 1st till March 31st|
The site of Delos is explored on foot.
Please wear low heeled comfortable shoes, hat, and suncream.
You may buy cold bottled water from Delos vessels.
The trip lasts 30 minutes.