Tinos is one of the largest
of the Cyclades islands in Greece. It is a lovely island, very mountainous, with terraces and remote villages in the mountains and a coastline full of beautiful beaches. Tinos is undeveloped, the island was controlled by the Venetians for 500 years. It is an important religious site for the Greeks, despite being little tourism for foreigners, the island is filled with Greeks in particular, March 25th and August 15th. Kionia is a beautfiul beach resort outside Tinos Town. There are ferries from Rafina (near Athens) and Thessaloniki. There are also the inter-islands ferries.
What to see in Tinos – Tinos Town; Kechrovouni Monastery; Volax; Pirgos; Panormos Bay; Evangellistria Church; Exobourgo; Valley of Pigeon Houses;