Hotel Matina

Odos Fournakion 3, Mykonos, 84600, Greece
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Mykonos -> Santorini by hydrofoil/catamaran

by wcph

Searching online, I found two companies running this route: Hellenic Seaways (once daily) and Sea Jets (not daily). I've read that sometimes service gets canceled due to high winds. How likely is this to happen in mid-June? Problem is hotels in Santorini are hard to book and some require prepayment. Does anyone have any experience traveling in the summer?

Thank you in advance.

RE: Mykonos -> Santorini by hydrofoil/catamaran

by brotherleelove

The seas are calm in mid-June. Cancellations are not likely.

RE: Mykonos -> Santorini by catamaran and ferry via Paros

by Ouzone

I have been going to the Greek islands for over 25 years, usually in June, and the meltemi wind is still present, it lasts a few days normally. The possibility is quite rare for a cancellation due to really bad weather, however you do have the alternative of one of the larger ferries to Paros and another to Santorini, these larger ferries travel in quite rough weather, maybe running late but they get you there, so it really is not going to be a problem.

I never book hotels, so payment problems never happen, accomodation owners understand the ferry situation.

RE: Mykonos -> Santorini by hydrofoil/catamaran

by thanalik

One more detail... HellenicSeaways has bigger hidrofloids with a huge garage. Sea Jets are smaller and dont take vehicles.They maybe faster (SJ) but easier to cancel if there is bad weather.
Anyway is very difficult on summer period and even more in June to find such a bad contitions.

Re: Mykonos -> Santorini by hydrofoil/catamaran

by johngayton

Even in mid June you shouldn't have a problem with accommodaton unless you have very specific needs - what you'll find is that whatever ferry you take the local hoteliers will be at the port to tout for business (usually with free transfers). The main tip about the Greek Islands is not to take anything too seriously, just go with the flow;0)

Travel Tips for Mykonos

One of the best known...

by SirRichard

One of the best known views in Mykonos is this little riviera where the houses seem to enter in the sea. It starts from the sand beach of Alevkantra and ends at the edge of the old neighbourhood of Kastro (Castle). Houses built over the sea with polychrome porches, balconies, windows, doors and stairways, wooden terraces under which the waves break, lend a special flavour to this part of Mykonos. It is the neighbourhood beloved of artists, many of whom have immortalized it in beautiful paintings, thus in their own way contributing to the spread of the island's fame.

You can come by cruise ship

by wadekorzan

Every day new and different cruise ships were arriving and the twn was being stormed by the masses. Going by cruise ship is a great way to see many Greek Islands. However, we felt it rather unfortunate that we saw many people each day coming from the cruise ships and had just a few hours to spend, wandered around Mykonos Tow during the day (when some of the shops are closed) and in the day there certainly isn't the pleasant and exciting atmosphere of the evening...and unfortunately many cruise ship passengers were rushing back to their ships already by 5 or 6 PM because either the ship was leaving or they didn't want to miss dinner aboad the ship which they had already paid is a shame to be so cheated of Mykonos Island in a I would say if you come by cruise ship, try to stay ashore in the evening, too, if you can, and if you ahve the chance, eat in one of the restaurants and don't go rushing back to the ship just because it is included!

Church of Panagia Paraportiani

by wadekorzan

There are over 250 churches on the small island of Mykonos, but this one is certainly the most photographed, and I certainly recommend having a look at it. It's right in Mykonos Town (Hora). Built over 500 years ago, this church actually is "5 churches in one", as there are 5 different churches on two different levels. The four churches that combine with the main church are Agios Sozontas, Agioi Anargyroi, Agia Anastasia, and Agios Efstathios. The church is also known as "Our Lady of the Postern Gate", and architecturally it is really a unique blend of traditional, modern, and Byzantine architecture.

The main church, known as "Paraportiani" is named from the word "porta", meaning door, because it used to stand at the entrance to an old medieval castle which no longer exists.

The church is located in the Kastro district, which is the "old" center of Mykonos.

Crowded, but sort of a must-see beach

by wadekorzan

Plats Yialos is famous, everybody knows kind of have to come here, to see it for yourself. Personally this was the one beach I didn't care for soooo much. It is really very crowded (some others are, too, but tis one is so compact it seemed like everybody was really on top of each other). We were actually lucky to get sunbeds and an umbrella. It is a nice enough beach, and easy to get to if you don't have a car, as there are regular buses from Mykonos Town. You can also take a boat from here to Paradise, Super Paradise, and Elia beaches, so it is convenient... This is a very family oriented beach so good in that sense, if you like that...The beach is located on the south coast of the island, there are some beach tavernas here where you can eat, and watersports....

Mykonos, The Party Island

by zindara

Mykonos is a nice island for tourism.. white houses, blue sea, beautiful mills...
But Mykonos also has a lot of live in the night. You will find lots of pubs, bars, etc. The typical narrow streets change right after the sunset...


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 Hotel Matina

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Address: Odos Fournakion 3, Mykonos, 84600, Greece