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Antonis Delos Tour

What do Rick Steves and Matt Barrett have in common?
They both recommend Antonis Pothitos for his tours of
Mykonos and Delos

Antonis and Rick StevesAntonis is a certified guide specializing in private tours. In the last 10 years, he has been guiding small groups and individuals on the islands of Delos and Mykonos during the summer time. In the winters, he spends his time between Syros and Naxos, where he organizes private tours for hikers to explore the unique nature and culture of the Cyclades.

He was born in Athens but raised on the island of Naxos. He studied on the island of Crete and has spent most of his adult life in Mykonos. He can speak English fluently and has always been burning with a passion to share his knowledge about Delos and Mykonos with his guests. Read on as Antonis describes his tours....

Antonis' Tours


Divine Delos & Mykonos (8-9hrs):

Are you visiting Mykonos for a few days or hours and you would like to get the most out of your visit? Join a full day tour of cultural and gastronomical interest guided by a local certified guide! Pick up from your hotel or your cruise ship. Firstly, we get to buy our delicious fresh vegetable from the local producers making sure we have the best ingredients for our salad. Then, we board the first boat to Delos for our morning cultural visit to one of the most important archaeological sites of Greece. When we get back to Mykonos, we proceed with our guided walk to the scenic Little Venice, the world famous windmills, an old bakery of the 15th century and a local Greek deli shop, where we get to eat our food experience with yummy appetizers. Riding our comfortable car, we reach an organic vineyard, to enjoy our fresh salad accompanied with a glass of local dry white wine at a very rustic and rural environment. For your main dish I have reserved a table at one of the most unique settings, a sea cave restaurant. Afterwards we go to Ano Mera for a visit to the amazing monastery and a local eatery for our Greek dessert. Booking and Information Form

Delos lions

Delos (3hrs or 5hrs)

Join me in an amazing archaeological exploration on the sacred island of Artemis and Apollo. A whole ancient Greek city narrates a story full of money and glamour! Lets take a trip back into the past, touring the remains of the ruined city and reading its history in the cracks of time. The most educating and entertaining way to see Delos. If you are going to see one archaeological site after the Acropolis of Athens, this is the one to see. And lucky for you it is a short boat ride from the port of Mykonos. You have 2 options with this tour, the 3 hour or the 5 hour. Booking and Information Form

Mykonos Church

Mykonos of the Past (4hrs) 

We start our island drive with a visit to the lighthouse situated at the northwestern point of the island and in a rugged landscape. Through the uknown side of the island on narrow unpaved country roads we drive now to the one of the two water reservoirs and further to the village of Ano Mera. Our focal point here is the monastery of Our Lady (15th cent) with its amazing architecture and decoration, religious centre of Mykonos. After this cultural visit we may have the option for a greek coffee at one of the traditional coffee shops located in the main sq of the village. On our way back to Mykonos town, we will make a stop over at Mykonos Farmers, the creamery of the island, to check the production line and have a taste of the local dairy products. Roads bring us now to the charming town of Mykonos, that we will explore on foot: Walking through the pedestrian shopping streets of the Chora, we will make a visit to a little mosaic workshop to learn about the techniques of its artistry. As we pass the Public Gardens – a secret gem in the heart of Mykonos town. You will also see Tria Pighadhia (Three Wells), the water supply for the entire Mykonos’ Chora in the 18th century. On our way to the famous Windmills, we will walk through the narrowest street you have ever seen to make a stop at 16th century traditional bakery, with its still operating wood burning oven. The Windmills towering over the sea southeast of the capital are the most well-known and most photographed Mykonos landmarks. Once we finish taking pictures, we will head towards Little Venice, an utterly picturesque neighborhood in Mykonos, where the homes of the rich merchants of the island were located in the 18th century. Before finishing the tour we will visit the Paraportiani Church of Mykonos which, in essence, is a complex of five smaller temples – four at the base and one sitting atop the other four as dome. Our tour ends by the moment we reach the waterfront – the old harbour, with the numerous taverns and coffeeshops – the perfect place to enjoy a meal, to absorb all the great images of Mykonos of the past that we have seen! Booking and Information Form


Delos tour

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