Mykonos Accommodations Center, at the corner of Enoplon Dhinameon and Malamatenias (tel. 22890/23-160; www.mykonos-accommodation.com), helps visitors find accommodations. It also functions as a tourist information center. Windmills Travel (tel. 22890/23-877; www.windmillstravel.com) has an office at Fabrica Square, where you can get general information, book accommodations, arrange excursions, and rent a car or moped. Look for the free Mykonos Summertime magazine, available in cafes, shops, and hotels throughout the island.
Commercial Bank and National Bank of Greece are on the harbor 2 blocks west of Taxi Square; both are open Monday through Friday from 8am to 2pm. ATMs are available throughout town. Mykonos Health Center (tel. 22890/23-994 or 22890/23-996) handles routine medical complaints; serious cases are usually airlifted to the mainland. The tourist police (tel. 22890/22-482) are on the west side of the port near the ferries to Delos; the local police (tel. 22890/22-235) are behind the grammar school, near Plateia Laka. The post office (tel. 22890/22-238) is next to the police station; it's open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 2pm. The telephone office (OTE; tel. 22890/22-499) is on the north side of the harbor, beyond the Hotel Leto, and is open Monday through Friday 7:30am to 3pm. Internet access is expensive here: Mykonos Cyber Cafe, 26 M. Axioti, on the road between the south bus station and the windmills (tel. 22890/27-684), is open daily 9am to 10pm and charges 16€ per hour or 5€ for 15 minutes. Angelo's Internet Cafe, on the same road (tel. 22890/24-106), may have lower rates.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.