Getting Around Mykonos
There are buses to all the island villages and most of the beaches. In the tourist season, service is frequent (about every half hour). There are two departure points: one at Fabrica ( the southern section of Hora) serves Ornos, Aghios Ioannis, Psarou, Paranga, Paradise, Platys Gialos; the other, at the Museum (in the northern of Hora) serves Tourlos, Aghios Stefanos, Kalafatis and Ano Mera.
Fares range from 0.80€ to 1.20€ depending on your destination.
Tel.: +30 22890 23360
One of the most popular ways to visit the more remote beaches. Boats go from Ornos (for Psarou: 4.10 Euro and for Elia, Super Paradise, Agrari: 5 Euro) and from Platys Gialos (for Agrari, Elia and Super Paradise: 4.40 Euro).
Caiques were used as fishing boats but their owners turned them into taxi boats used mainly by tourists. It is worth mentioning here that before the port of Tourlos was constructed were used a lot by the cruising companies. Particularly the large cruise ships that had also Mykonos as destination could not anchor at the small port of Mykonos and that's why they anchored few hundred meters far from it and used the caiques to transfer the passangers from the cruise ship to the island.
The Taxi stand is on Mando's Sq. and the rates are fixed. You should know that calling for a radio taxi costs 1.30€ extra, and an appointment 5€ in addition to the fare.
The numbers to call for taxi service are:
+30 22890 22400 and +30 22890 23700