read "muder in Mykonos" during trip to Delos but wish I had finished it first as the temple of Isis figures prominently, and i would have inspected it more closely had I read the last chapter
About Temple of Isis
We did a self guided tour and did not miss the Temple of Isis, in the foothills of Mt Kythnos. It is a bit of a walk to get up here but if you are going to hike up to Mt Kythnos, or even visit...More
This doesn't take but a moment to see, but just seeing an Egyptian temple in the middle of Greek ruins is worth it. Be warned, this is not an easy journey to get to. It's an uphill walk over some fairly rough terrain but if...More
Located some 10 minutes walk above the museum this small temple with its restored façade gives a good impression of what it must have been. Include it in your tour.
Its part of the Delos island tour from Mykonos, the main structure is still intact. You have to imagine this was made in the era of no electricity and machines.
As you depart the boat and pass by the ticket gate you enter Delos in the main square. To the right would have been the residential part and to the left the commercial. Delos was an important port town and had a lot of commerce...More
I liked this temple, one of many on Delos, the big ones are dedicated to Apollo who according to legend was born on Delos. What is particularly nice about this temple is that the remains of the statue are still in it, which is rare.
This is one of the prominent TEMPLES on DELOS and gives a very good idea of what this aspect of life must have been like in the heyday of the Island. It is a must see on DELOS.
The Temple of Isis is a Doric Temple which is built on a small hill above the Delos museum. It is a steady 10 minute walk up the hill on an uneven trail with loose rocks. The temple is very picturesque and leads to many...More