Tripotamos is the nearest village to Chora.
It takes its name from its position since it is built among three rivers.
It is one of the oldest villages of the island.
Walking through the village you will find the parish church of the Virgin Mary. On November the 21st, date of celebration, a festival takes place during which all the village houses are “open”to visitors.
Kardiani is situated about 16 kilometers away from Chora.
Full of green, with crystal clear waters, tall plane trees, beautiful two storey houses with flower gardens, whitewashed cobbled roads, arches and alleys, it will definitely cause your admiration.
There are three big churches: Aghia Triada (Holy Trinity) on one edge of the village, Kimisi (Dormition) in the center, and Kioura at the other end, where cool water springs from its foundations.
Delicious summer fruit!
Mountados is a traditional village, built on the slope of Kechrovouni. Located 8 km away from Chora.
The village once had one of the few old schools of the island and one of the most famous mills. A point landmark of the village is the stream with a stone bridge. You will find a lot of old churches and of course the cathedral of St. John with its great marble temple.
The first impression, when arriving at Tinos, is maybe not what you did expect, but be sure Tinos town holds well-kept secrets.
While wandering in the alleys the visitor will discover arches, old mansions and churches, villas with large gardens, cobblestone paths and houses with blazons, all showing the urban development of the town in the period between the 18th and 19th century and proving a past economic and social prosperity.
Worth to visit are the several museums, the Cultural fondation of Tinos, and ofcourse the Megalochari (Church of Virgin Mary).
This is a very beautiful, picturesque and quiet beach with fine gravel and a view to the north.
A few meters before the beach you will find a beautiful pond with ducks, and, a little before that, a small tavern serving good traditional dishes.
The shapes of the rocks on the left of the beach make it unique and observing them has inspired artists and geologists.
This pretty village, practically in the center of the island and accessed by the main road to Pyrgos, is ideally situated overlooking the terraced countryside surrounding the famous dovecotes of Tarambados.
This series of dovecotes includes some of the oldest and most ornate on the island. They are truly a local treasure.
A walk through the pretty village, dating to around 1700, is highly recommended.
Isternia is a picturesque village located 20 km from the main town of Tinos and close to Kardiani village.
The entire village is an example of fine marble sculpture. It is worth mentioning that Ysternia is the birth place of many famous Greek sculptors like Vitalis, Latena and Sochou.
A beautiful old marble-paved road connects Isternia with the wonderful sandy beach called the Isternia Bay. The village offers a magnificent view of the neighbouring Syros and a wonderful panoramic view of the Aegean.
The monastery of Kyra Xeni, now abandoned of nuns, is built on a location with a magnificent view of Panormos.
Volax village is located in a strange and unique site full of huge granite boulder formations, reminders of a volcanic eruption that took place some thousands of years ago. Those natural monoliths have different shapes and give to the landscape a unique natural charm.
The old churches you will find around the village are really worth visiting. There is also a Folklore Museum that displays an interesting collection of exhibits from the19th century.
Myrsini is the picturesque village you’ll meet after Steni while heading to Livada. The village seems to have been founded during the Byzantine era.
A place of unique architectural interest is the three-aisled church of the Annunciation. Take note of the pigeon houses at the village entrance.
It is situated at the foot of Tsiknias (729m), the highest mountain of Tinos.
Located 12 km away from Chora (Tinos).
lies on the foothills of Tsiknias.
The churches of Aghios Nikolaos and Aghios Antonios are remarkable monuments, while some beautiful chapels like Faneromeni, Aghios Dimitrios, Kioura ton Angelon are scattered outside the village.
Unpaved roads lead to the beautiful beaches of Santa Margharita, Faneromeni, Aghios Dimitrios.
is a productive village with many livestock breeders located at the northern side of Hora, 12 km from Tinos Town. It is a very old village that dates back to 1400s, built amphitheatrically opposite the village of Kechrovouni.
The Folklore Museum is really worth seeing. During September various festivals are organized in Falatados to celebrate the raki-making season. The most beautiful spots of the village count on the magnificent Cycladic Megalohari (Great Joy) Square and the beautiful marble church of Agios Ioannis that stands at the top of the hill. At the northern side of the village lie numerous impressive volcanic rocks.
is the largest village of Tinos. It is located in the northeast of the island, 23 kilometers from Tinos town. The actual name of the village is Panormos, this name was given to the village in the year 1915. Before the village was called Pyrgos and that is the name that the residents still use.
The architecture of the houses is characterized by the excessive use of marble, logically given the fact that it is everywhere in the ground, both in white and in green variation. In Pyrgos are beautiful churches (Agios Nikolaos and Agios Dimitrios), beautiful fountains, beautiful traditional houses with marble door and window gables, the village looks like an open-air museum.
Worth to visit is the marble museum who is located just out of the village.