Get a complete Mykonos experience from the comfort of your vehicle, as you visit the old lighthouse, travel to the charming Greek town of Ano Mera, and stop for photos of the stunning Elia Beach on a tour designed for wheelchair users.
• Your first stop of the day is the old lighthouse at the north part of the island, which offers a perfect spot for pictures from this hidden corner.
• Continue the drive to Ano Mera village, stopping first at the Panagia Tourliani Monastery, which was originally built by monks from the nearby Island of Paros in 1542 and was dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
• Admire the monastery’s spare, linear lines, whitewashed exterior, and colored dome typical of the Greek-island style.
• Afterwards, take a short stroll to the peaceful Ano Mera square, surrounded by beautiful tavernas.
• Next, head to Elia Beach, a prime example of a world-famous Mykonos white sand lapped by the blue Aegean Sea.
• Enjoy the scenic drive back to the port, with views of this isolated beach at the southeastern part of the island.
What to Bring:
• Local currency
What to Wear:
• Weather-appropriate attire
• This tour is designed for guests who are full-time wheelchair users.
• The vehicle is adapted with an access ramp (or lift where available) to accommodate a limited number of wheelchairs.
• In order to use the ramp and/or lift, guests must be seated in a wheelchair or scooter.
• At the monastery entrance, additional help is needed for guests on a wheelchair. Guests must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
• Tour must be reserved in advance of the cruise in order to secure equipment and departure time.
• Space permitting, tour tries to accommodate guests with walking difficulties, and those unable to handle steps or extended periods of walking or standing.
• During peak season, roads and walkways may have high levels of congestion and guests should be aware that this is beyond the tour operator’s control.