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Getting around

Bus & tram


Hora (Mykonos) has two main bus stations and a pick-up point at the New Port. The northern bus station (22890 23360; Remezzo) is behind the OTE office and has frequent departures to Agios Stefanos via Tourlos (€1.20), and services to Ano Mera, (€1.20), Elia (€1.50), and Kalafatis Beach (€1.70). Trips range from 20 minutes to 40 minutes. There are two buses daily to Kalo Livadi Beach (€1.50). Buses for the New Port, Tourlos and Agios Stefanos stop at the Old Port. The southern bus station (22890 23360; Fabrika Sq [Plateias Yralos]) serves Agios Ioannis Beach (€1.20), Ornos, (€1.20), Platys Gialos (€1.20), Paraga (€1.20) and Paradise Beach (€1.50). Trips range from 15 minutes to 40 minutes.

Bus tickets are sold at street kiosks, minimarkets and tourist shops. You must buy a ticket before boarding (buy return tickets if required), validate the ticket on the bus and hang on to it. From 12.15am to 6am all prices are €1.50.

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Car & motorcycle

For cars, expect to pay (depending on model) about €40 to €98 per day in high season, or €31 to €80 in low season. For scooters it’s about €15 to €30 in high season, €10 to €20 in low season. Reliable hire agencies are the Mykonos Accommodation Centre and O.K. Rent A Car (22890 23761; Agio Stefanos). There are several car and motorcycle rental firms around the southern bus station in Hora.

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Local transport


If you’re after a taxi (22400 23700/22400), you’ll find them at Hora’s Taxi Sq (Plateia Manto Mavrogenous) and by the bus stations and ports. The minimum fare is €2.85, but there’s a charge of €0.30 for each item of luggage. Fares to beaches: Agios Stefanos €4, Ornos €4.40, Platys Gialos €5.90, Paradise €7.20 and Elia €11.40.

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