Enjoy a comprehensive guided tour with an insight into the history of Mykonos, including the earliest settlers in the early 11th century BC, the Romans during the reign of the great Roman Empire, the Venetians, the Ottomans in 1718, the pirate raids and last but not least, the tourist boom of the 1960s.
Discover the less well-known sites the island has to offer and travel across some of its rugged terrain to take in the breath-taking countryside. Your tour will include a visit to one of the islands lighthouses and the two water dams built in order to support the continuously increasing needs of water supply of the Island. Then, pass by a deserted mining town, before visiting a prehistoric outpost and heading for a secluded picturesque beach.
You will also have an opportunity to explore a derelict monastery and see the prehistoric menhir, standing behind it.
It is highly recommended to wear shoes with rubber soles as this tour includes some walking on a dirt track.