Tinos

Tinos

Located on the northern side of Cyclades, Tinos island has a special spirit. This place has religious importance for the Greeks as the Church of Panagia Evangelistria in Tinos Town is considered the protector of the entire country. In fact, many pilgrims head to this church all year round. Apart from the main town and the lovely beaches, in Tinos Cyclades do not miss a trip to the mountainous villages and the interesting monasteries in the countryside. Pyrgos, Kardiani and Isternia are among the most beautiful villages with traditional style. Holidays in Tinos can be combined with other close islands, like Syros, Mykonos and Andros.

The island of Tinos, in Greece, is one of the Greek islands of the Aegean Sea and it belongs to the Cyclades islands group. Tinos island is a quiet and relaxing island and distinguishes for the miracle-working Church of Virgin Mary in Town that receives thousands of visitors all year round and for the traditional villages in the inland. These mountainous villages have picturesque architecture with paved streets, stone houses and lovely squares. Pyrgos is the most traditional village, also famous for its long tradition in marble carving. The wild landscape of Tinos island is dotted with dovecotes and churches, often constructed in privileged spots with view to the sea. The most frequented beaches are located on the southern side of the island, close to the Town, and they have many tourist facilities.

Most convenient accommodation in Tinos is found in the beaches on the southern side of the island. Agios Ioannis Porto, Agios Romanos and Agios Sostis have well-organized tourist facilities. In these beaches, you can find larges hotels next to simple apartments and traditional studios. These venues provide direct access to the beach. Some hotels are also found in Tinos Town and Kionia beach.

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