Tinos isn’t one of those Greek islands that you hear a lot about. For those looking for a taste of the traditional Cycladic life, nature, architecture, and art, Tinos is filled with delights and treasures.
Located only a short ferry ride from Mykonos, the island has a breath-taking landscape with an untamed, uninhabited ambiance. It is the island for those looking for tranquillity and seclusion. Tinos boasts both untouched beaches and beaches dotted with thatched huts that attract water sports enthusiasts, scuba divers, and surfers.
Incredible food built with fresh, local ingredients and numerous traditional villages with distinctive, eye-catching geometric designs built into the mountainsides can also be found on this Aegean island. You should also visit the Marble Art Museum, the Tinos Cultural Foundation, and the numerous festivals and events.
As a spot to quietly unwind and soak up some sun, Tino’s villas are perfect and free from the crowds. A villa provides the ideal setup for spending hours on end basking in the quintessential Greek island atmosphere and lounging above the Mediterranean in complete privacy.