Tinos Town (Chora)

The capital and main port of the island, Tinos Town is a charming blend of Cycladic architecture, with its narrow alleyways, whitewashed buildings, and traditional tavernas.


Famous for its marble craftsmen and traditional architecture, Pyrgos is a picturesque village filled with marble workshops, galleries, and quaint streets to explore.


Renowned for its unique landscape of giant granite boulders, Volax is a charming village nestled amidst these impressive rock formations. It’s a great destination for nature lovers and photographers.


Perched on a hillside overlooking the Aegean Sea, the village boasts traditional Cycladic architecture, narrow alleys, and stunning views. It’s an ideal spot for a leisurely stroll and admiring the villages beauty.


Kolymbithra Beach

Famous for its golden sand dunes and crystal-clear waters, Kolibithra Beach is a haven for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts, offering excellent conditions for windsurfing and kiteboarding.

Agios Fokas Beach

Located close to Tinos Town, Agios Fokas Beach is a popular choice for its clear waters and convenient amenities. It’s a well-organized beach with sunbeds, umbrellas, and beach bars, making it ideal for a relaxing day by the sea.

Livada Beach

Tucked between rocky cliffs, Livada Beach is a serene and picturesque spot ideal for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty. Its calm waters and scenic surroundings make it perfect for unwinding and enjoying the island’s peaceful ambiance.

Agios Romanos Beach

With its long stretch of sandy shoreline and clear turquoise waters, Agios Romanos Beach is a favorite among both locals and visitors. 

Historic and Religious Monuments

Church of Panagia Evangelistria

One of the most important religious sites in Greece, the Church of Panagia Evangelistria is a pilgrimage destination dedicated to the Virgin Mary, attracting thousands of worshippers each year.


This ancient site features remnants of a fortified settlement dating back to ancient times. It offers panoramic views of the island and provides insight into Tinos’ ancient history and strategic importance.

Monastery of Kechrovouni

Perched atop a hill overlooking Tinos Town, the Monastery of Kechrovouni is one of the oldest monastic establishments on the island. Founded in the 10th century, it offers breathtaking views and a serene atmosphere for contemplation.

Marble Craft Museum

Tinos is famous for its marble craftsmanship, and this museum in Pyrgos showcases the island’s rich tradition of marble carving. Visitors can learn about the history of marble production on Tinos and admire exquisite marble sculptures and artifacts.
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